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上田吉二郎 1904-1972

Overview
Works: 17 works in 32 publications in 4 languages and 2,061 library holdings
Genres: Drama  Film adaptations  Martial arts films  Film and video adaptations  History  Fiction  Samurai films  Gangster films 
Roles: Actor, Performer
Classifications: PN1997, 791.4372
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Publications by 上田吉二郎
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Most widely held works about 上田吉二郎
 
Most widely held works by 上田吉二郎
Rashōmon by Akira Kurosawa( visu )
11 editions published between 2000 and 2013 in Japanese and German and held by 1,774 libraries worldwide
Set in the Middle Ages, the nature of truth and subjective reality are probed in a series of flashbacks from four viewpoints to present the case history of a man's murder and the rape of his wife by a bandit
Ikimono no kiroku I live in fear by Akira Kurosawa( visu )
1 edition published in 2009 in Japanese and held by 69 libraries worldwide
Presents an elderly, stubborn businessman, so fearful of a nuclear attack that he resolves to move his reluctant family to South America. Kurosawa depicts a society emerging from the shadows but still terrorized by memories of the past and anxieties for the future
Shūbun Sukyandaru by Akira Kurosawa( visu )
1 edition published in 2009 in Japanese and held by 69 libraries worldwide
Portrayal of a sensitive young artist who is dragged through the mud by a tabloid entertainment magazine after an innocent encounter with a pop singer and decides to sue
The Blind Swordsman Zatoichi ; Sonatine by Bīto Takeshi( visu )
4 editions published in 2013 in Japanese and held by 51 libraries worldwide
The colossally popular Zatoichi films make up the longest-running action series in Japanese history and created one of the screen's great heroes: an itinerant blind masseur who also happens to be a lightning-fast swordsman. Features the string of twenty-five Zatoichi films made between 1962 and 1973, starring Shintaro Katsu, collected in one package for the first time
Return of the giant monsters ( visu )
3 editions published between 2004 and 2006 in English and held by 49 libraries worldwide
In "Return of the giant monsters," the saga of Gamera continues as he battles Gaos, a giant vampire bat that survives on human blood
Gamera vs. Gyaos ( visu )
1 edition published in 2011 in Japanese and held by 17 libraries worldwide
Gamera vs. Gyaos: The Fuji volcanic range becomes suddenly active and awakens a giant flying monster, Gyaos. When Gyaos attacks the young boy Eiichi, Gamera comes to save him
The Adventures of a blind man Zatōichi sekishoyaburi ( visu )
1 edition published in 1995 in Japanese and held by 11 libraries worldwide
Always a champion of the weak, Zatoichi and his deadly cane sword are again caught-up in a web of intrigue, bloody sword fights and death. This time, Zatoichi, the blind masseur and swordsman, discovers crimes of murder, extortion and terror in Kasama Town, and sets out to right the wrongs and punish the gangsters who hold the townspeople in terror
Gamera war of the monsters collection ( visu )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 8 libraries worldwide
War of the monsters: After a group of adventurers steal a giant pearl from some local natives, they get more than they bargain for when the "jewel" hatches and spawns the freeze-ray spewing Baragon. It'll be monster versus monster as Gamera, now friendly to mankind, tries to save Tokyo from its inevitable fate
Gamera vs. Gaos Gammera the Invincible ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Gammera the Invincible: "An atomic explosion awakens Gammera -- a giant, fire-breathing turtle monster -- from his millions of years hibernation"--Container
Marai no tora ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in Japanese and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Gaos, el terror de la noche ( visu )
1 edition published in 1998 in Spanish and held by 1 library worldwide
Gamera contra Gaos : el terror de la noche = Gamera Vs. Gyaos ( visu )
1 edition published in 1998 in Spanish and held by 1 library worldwide
Gamera tai Gyaosu daikaijū kūchūsen ( visu )
1 edition published in 2001 in Japanese and held by 1 library worldwide
The Fuji volcanic range becomes suddenly active and awakens a giant flying monster, Gyaos. When Gyaos attacks the young boy Eiichi, Gamera comes to save him
Gamera contra Gaos = Gamera tai Gyaos ( visu )
1 edition published in 1983 in Spanish and held by 1 library worldwide
El monstruo prehistórico Gamera queda liberado tras una serie de erupciones en el volcán Fujiyama
Gamera vs. Gyaos by Noriaki Yuasa( visu )
1 edition published in 2010 in Japanese and held by 1 library worldwide
FILM 3 du Coffret : Le jeune Eiichi vit dans un village près du Mont Fuji. Son grand-père, le chef du village, tente d'empêcher un conglomérat de construire une autoroute à proximité. Tandis que la révolte s'organise contre le projet, des évènements étranges se produisent au beau milieu des montagnes. Parti enquêter, Eiichi est attaqué par un monstre volant préhistorique très belliqueux, Gyaos. Heureusement, Gamera est là pour le sauver !
RASHOMON ; Regie: Akira Kurosawa. Mit Toshiro Mifune, Machiko Kyo, Masayuki Mori, Takashi Shimura, Minoru Chiaki, Kichijiro Ueda, Fumiko Homma, Daisuke Kato, u. a. Musik: Fumio Hayasaka ( visu )
1 edition published in 1950 in Undetermined and held by 0 libraries worldwide
1951, bei den Filmfestspielen in Venedig, gewann "Rashomon" von Akira Kurosawa den Goldenen Löwen. Zum ersten Mal nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg erschloss sich dem westlichen Publikum ein japanischer Film. Durch "Rashomon" wurde Japan als Filmland wahrgenommen und sein Regisseur zum bekanntesten Vertreter. Von diesem Klassiker der Filmgeschichte war in der deutschen Fassung die kunstvolle Gestaltung der Einleitungssequenz, die originalen Schriftzeichen über dem alten Tempeltor der ehemaligen Hauptstadt Kioto, entfallen. Das ZDF hat diese Sequenz wieder eingefügt, um den Zauber des Ambientes dem Zuschauer nicht vorzuenthalten. "Rashomon" heißt wörtlich übersetzt Tor des Rasho und bezeichnet einen Dämon aus der buddhistischen Mythologie. Das vom Krieg zerstörte Bauwerk bietet einem Mönch, einem Holzfäller und einem Knecht Schutz bei einem sintflutartigen Regen. Die drei Männer beklagen angesichts eines furchtbaren Verbrechens im "Wald der Dämonen" die Schlechtigkeit des Menschen und das Böse in der Welt. Sie selbst ergötzen sich an der Aufklärung des Verbrechens, das während der Heian-Zeit im zwölften Jahrhundert angesiedelt ist. "Spannend, expressiv, filmisch außergewöhnlich und von Mifune mit animalischer Ausdruckstechnik glänzend gespielt." (Lexikon Filme im Fernsehen) Unter dem großen Stadttor von Kioto suchen ein Holzfäller (Takashi Shimura), ein Mönch (Minour Chiaki) und ein Knecht (Kichijiro Ueda) Zuflucht vor dem Regen.
 
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Alternative Names
Mori, Sadao 1904-1972
Ueda, Kichijirō
Ueda, Kichijiro 1904-1972
Ueda, Yoshijirō 1904-1972
ウエダ, キチジロウ 1904-1972
上田吉二郎 1904-1972
Languages
Japanese (21)
English (5)
Spanish (3)
German (2)
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