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Hitoshi Ueki (1927–2007)

Hitoshi Ueki was born on February 25, 1927 in Mie, Japan. He was an actor, known for Ran (1985), Big Joys, Small Sorrows (1986) and Itoshi no Chi-Pappa (1986). He died on March 27, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »

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(age 80) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Ran Nobuhiro Fujimaki
(1985)
Itoshi no Chi-Pappa Chi-pappa, Shuzo Nakahara
(1986)
Congratulatory Speech Ichiro Harada
(1985)

Filmography

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 2007 Maiko haaaan!!!
Old Saito
 1997 Amakarashan (TV Series)
 1995 Ashita
Yaichiro Kanazawa
 1992 Daikûkô '92 - Ai no tabidachi (TV Mini-Series)
 1991 Kaze no kuni
 1989 Aitsu ga tomaranai! (TV Series)
 1987 Oyobi de nai yatsu! (TV Series)
 1987 Totto Channel
 1986 Itoshi no Chi-Pappa
Chi-pappa, Shuzo Nakahara
 1986 Oyako gêmu (TV Series)
Hayakawa
 1985 Ora Tôkyô sa iguda
Kozo nonomiya
 1985 Congratulatory Speech
Ichiro Harada
 1985 Ran
Nobuhiro Fujimaki
 1984 The Crazy Family
Yasukune Kobayashi
 1982 Tattoo Ari
 1981 Kakaku hakai (TV Series)
 1980 Genji monogatari (TV Movie)
Uma no kami
 1978 Yokomizo Seishi shirîzu (TV Series)
 1976 Momotarô-zamurai (TV Series)
Saru no inosuke
- Episode #1.1 (1976) ... Saru no inosuke
 1974 Zatôichi monogatari (TV Series)
Kobuichi
- The Second Zatoichi (1974) ... Kobuichi
 1969 Nippon ichi no danzetsu otoko
Ichiro Nihon
 1969 Dai bakuhatsu
 1969 Kureji no buchamukure daihakken
Hiroshi Uemura
 1967 Monsieur Zivaco
Jibako
 1967 Las Vegas Free-for-All
Shinran Machida
 1966 Kureji da yo: kisôtengai
Alpha-sei chôkan / Masaki
 1964 The Sandal Keeper
Tôkichrô Kinoshita
 1964 The Sandal Keeper
Hitoshi Hajime
 1964 You Can Succeed, Too
A salaryman (uncredited)
 1963 Honkon kurêjî sakusen
Hitoshi Ueda (as The Crazy Cats)
 1963 Nippon ichi no iro otoko
Hitoshi Hikaru
 1963 Crazy Operation
The Crazy Cats
 1962 Nippon musekinin yaro
Hitoshi Minamoto / Hitoshi Taira
 1962 Wakai kisetsu
 1962 Yume de aimashô
The Crazy Cats
 1962 Nippon musekinin jidai
Hitoshi Taira
 1962 Ika naru hoshi no moto ni
Gorô Ôya
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Wrote his father's biography 'Yume o Kuitsuduketa Otoko' (1984 Asahi Shinbun-sha, Tokyo) ISBN 4022551844, which is republished in 1987 in a paper back edition. The title would be translated as ' A Man Who Kept Eating Dreams' . The book is written from Ueki's interview notes, etc. by Kitabayashi, Kiyoyasu (an editor of Asahi ... See more »

Alternate Names:

The Crazy Cats
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His father was a Buddism monk closely acquainted with Japanese Socialist group in early 20th century. Later, as a priest of a small temple, he supported and fought with Japanese discriminated people, called as "Buraku-Min" for their emancipation, also having arrested and jailed during World War II , regarded as he had "dangerous" thought against militaristic Japan in those days. See more »

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