Japanese Actress

Hideko Takamine

  • Mar 27, 1924 - Dec 28, 2010 (age 86)
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2012
Award2012

Special Award from the Chairman

Won Japan Academy Prize …
Won Japan Academy Prize for Special Award from the Chairman.
Japan Academy Prize
2010
Hideko Takamine
PersonalDecember 2010

Hideko Takamine

Hideko Takamine passed away.
1980
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
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Nomination1980

Outstanding Performance by an Actress …

Nominated for "My Son! My Son!".
Japan Academy Prize
1979
My Son! My Son!
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MovieSep 15, 1979

My Son! My Son!

Parents campaign to change the law for families who have …
Parents campaign to change the law for families who have suffered from violent crime, after their son is murdered.
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1969
Oni no sumu yakata
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MovieMay 31, 1969

Oni no sumu yakata

An abandoned temple in the mountains outside of the old …
An abandoned temple in the mountains outside of the old capital city of Kyoto is the scene of a fated meeting between a traveling priest, two women, and a vicious killer.
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1967
The Wife of Seishu Hanaoka
MovieOct 20, 1967

The Wife of Seishu Hanaoka

The Wife of Seishû Hanaoka …
The Wife of Seishû Hanaoka is set in feudal Japan. Its two central characters are based on the wife and mother of Japanese physician Seishû Hanaoka (1760-1835). Hanaoka developed a herbal general anesthetic, "Tsusensan", some forty years before the better-known innovations of his American counterparts Long, Wells and Morton.
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1955
Zenzo Matsuyama
MarriageMarch 1955

Zenzo Matsuyama

Zenzō Matsuyama (松山 善三, Matsuyama Zenzō, born 3 …
Zenzō Matsuyama (松山 善三, Matsuyama Zenzō, born 3 April 1925) is a Japanese script writer and film director. He was born in Kobe and grew up in Yokohama. After leaving school, he began training to become a doctor but dropped out of medical school to take up a career in films. In 1948 he became an assistant director at Shochiku studios. With the support of Keisuke Kinoshita, he also began writing film scripts. His first filmed script was Kojo no tsuki, based on the song Kōjō no Tsuki, filmed in 1954. In 1955 he married actress Hideko Takamine. He made his debut as a director with a film called Na mo naku mazushiku utsukushiku in 1961. He continued to work as a scriptwriter for films like Proof of the Man as well as a director. He also wrote the lyrics for a song Ippon no enpitsu for Hibari Misora.
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Zenzo Matsuyama
Relationship1955

Zenzo Matsuyama

Zenzō Matsuyama (松山 善三, Matsuyama Zenzō, born 3 …
Zenzō Matsuyama (松山 善三, Matsuyama Zenzō, born 3 April 1925) is a Japanese script writer and film director. He was born in Kobe and grew up in Yokohama. After leaving school, he began training to become a doctor but dropped out of medical school to take up a career in films. In 1948 he became an assistant director at Shochiku studios. With the support of Keisuke Kinoshita, he also began writing film scripts. His first filmed script was Kojo no tsuki, based on the song Kōjō no Tsuki, filmed in 1954. In 1955 he married actress Hideko Takamine. He made his debut as a director with a film called Na mo naku mazushiku utsukushiku in 1961. He continued to work as a scriptwriter for films like Proof of the Man as well as a director. He also wrote the lyrics for a song Ippon no enpitsu for Hibari Misora.
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