Koya no toseinin (1968)

  |  Drama, Western


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Ken, son of a former samurai settles with his family in the west from Japan. Soon his family is killed in front of him by stagecoach robbers, making him aim to get revenge. Marvin an experienced gunman befriends Ken and becomes his mentor.


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  • Ken Goodlet in Koya no toseinin (1968)
  • Ken Takakura in Koya no toseinin (1968)
  • Ken Takakura in Koya no toseinin (1968)
  • Judith Roberts, Ken Takakura, and Kevin Cooney in Koya no toseinin (1968)
  • Takashi Shimura and Ken Takakura in Koya no toseinin (1968)

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15 August 2018 | davidleedonnell
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| Interesting Concept
Definitely a must have for collectors of the genre, simply because of its uniqueness. Pretty straight ahead sushi western; I've seen a lot worse experiments in westerns. Sticking to a revenge theme was smart. Allows good genre development of the action.

I'm informed that the copyright has expired on this, so you can download it directly, for those that were complaining they couldn't get a copy. Here's a link.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Western

Details

Release Date:

15 June 1968

Language

Japanese


Country of Origin

Japan

Filming Locations

Australia

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