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Kagi
Directed by:
Kon Ichikawa

Starring Machiko Kyô, Ganjiro Nakamura, Junko Kano and Tatsuya Nakadai, "Kagi" (also known as "Chiave, La", "Odd Obsession", "Key, The") is a Drama film directed by Kon Ichikawa, released on May 12 of 1961 in the USA.

Who directed "Kagi":

Kagi was directed by Kon Ichikawa, a Japanese director, writer, and producer.

Before Kagi, Kon Ichikawa had directed Enjo, released in 1958, Biruma no tategoto (1956). Since, he directed Nobi, released in 1959, Jokyo (1960), Toppo Jijo no botan senso (1967), Biruma no tategoto (1985), Inugamike no ichizoku (2006).

When was "Kagi" released:

Kagi was first released in the United States on Friday, May 12, 1961.. This was fifty-eight (58) years ago.

It has been released on May, 1960 in France and on Tuesday, June 23, 1959 in Japan.

Who is at the casting of "Kagi":

At the casting of Kagi we find Machiko Kyô, previously seen in The Teahouse of the August Moon (1956) and Tsukigata Hanpeita (1956); Ganjiro Nakamura (Enjo (1958), Donzoko (1957)); Junko Kano () [ more... ]

  • Machiko Kyô, Ganjiro Nakamura and Junko Kano can all be seen in Jokyo, released in 1960.

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