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Seven Samurai (1954)
Action, Drama . 03 h 27 m
3/5(1)

Overview

A samurai answers a village's request for protection after he falls on hard times. The town needs protection from bandits, so the samurai gathers six others to help him teach the people how to defend themselves, and the villagers provide the soldiers with food.

Release Date

26 April 1954

Languages

Japanese,

Produced By

TOHO,

Directed by :
Akira Kurosawa

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Summary

"Seven Samurai - The Mighty Warriors Who Became the Seven National Heroes of a Small Town" is japanese Language Movie.

"Seven Samurai" was released on 26 April 1954 it had a budget of $2,000,000 and had box office collection of $346,300.

The movie was directed by Akira Kurosawa

It has cast of: Toshirō Mifune as Kikuchiyo, Takashi Shimura as Kambei Shimada, Yoshio Inaba as Gorobei Katayama, Seiji Miyaguchi as Kyuzo, Minoru Chiaki as Heihachi Hayashida, Daisuke Katō as Shichiroji, Isao Kimura as Katsushiro Okamoto, Keiko Tsushima as Shino, Yukiko Shimazaki as Rikichi's Wife, Kamatari Fujiwara as Manzô - Father of Shino, Yoshio Kosugi as Mosuke, Bokuzen Hidari as Yohei, Yoshio Tsuchiya as Rikichi, Kokuten Kōdō as Gisaku, the Old Man, Eijirō Tōno as Kidnapper, Jun Tatara as Coolie A, Atsushi Watanabe as Bun Seller, Toranosuke Ogawa as Grandfather of Kidnapped Girl, Isao Yamagata as Samurai, Kichijirō Ueda as Bandit Scout, Sôjin Kamiyama as Blind Player, Gen Shimizu as Samurai Who Kicks Farmers, Keiji Sakakida as Gosaku, Shinpei Takagi as Bandit Chieftain, Shin Ōtomo as Bandit Second-in-Command, Toshio Takahara as Samurai with Gun, Hiroshi Sugi as Tea Shop Owner, Hiroshi Hayashi as Weak Ronin, Sachio Sakai as Coolie #2, Sôkichi Maki as Strong-Looking Samurai, Ichirō Chiba as Buddhist Priest, Noriko Sengoku as Wife of Gono Family, Noriko Honma as Woman Farmer, Masanobu Ôkubo as Samurai, Etsuo Saijo as Bandit, Minoru Itō as Samurai, Haruya Sakamoto as Samurai, Gorô Sakurai as Samurai, Hideo Shibuya as Bandit, Kiyoshi Kamoda as Samurai, Senkichi Ōmura as Bandit Who Escapes, Takashi Narita as Bandit Who Escapes, Shōichi Hirose as Bandit, Kôji Uno as Bandit, Masaaki Tachibana as Bandit, Kamayuki Tsubono as Bandit, Taiji Naka as Bandit, Chindanji Miyagawa as Bandit, Shigemi Sunagawa as Bandit, Akira Tani as Bandit, Akio Kusama as Bandit, Ryûtarô Amami as Bandit, Jun Mikami as Bandit, Haruo Nakajima as Bandit, Sanpei Mine as Farmer, Masahide Matsushita as Samurai, Kaneo Ikeda as Samurai, Takuzô Kumagaya as Gisaku's Son, Ippei Kawagoe as Farmer, Jirô Suzukawa as Farmer, Junpei Natsuki as Farmer, Kyôichi Kamiyama as Farmer, Haruo Suzuki as Farmer, Gorô Amano as Farmer, Akira Kitchôji as Farmer, Kōji Iwamoto as Farmer, Hiroshi Akitsu as Husband of Gono Family, Akira Yamada as Farmer, Kazuo Imai as Farmer, Eisuke Nakanishi as Farmer, Toku Ihara as Farmer, Hideo Ôtsuka as Farmer, Shû Ôe as Farmer, Yasuhisa Tsutsumi as Farmer in Front of Gono, Yasumasa Ônishi as Farmer, Tsuneo Katagiri as Farmer in Front of Gono, Megeru Shimoda as Farmer, Masayoshi Kawabe as Farmer, Shigeo Katô as Farmer, Yoshikazu Kawamata as Farmer, Takeshi Seki as Coolie #3, Haruko Toyama as Gisaku's Daughter-in-Law, Tsuruko Mano as Woman Farmer in front of Gono, Matsue Ono as Woman Farmer, Tsurue Ichimanji as Woman Farmer, Masako Ôshiro as Woman Farmer, Kyōko Ozawa as Woman Farmer, Michiko Kadono as Farmer's Wife, Toshiko Nakano as Farmer's Wife, Shizuko Azuma as Farmer's Wife, Michiko Kawabe as Farmer's Wife, Yûko Togawa as Farmer's Wife, Yayoko Kitano as Farmer's Wife, Kyoko Mori as Farmer's Wife, Misao Suyama as Woman Farmer, Toriko Takahara as Woman Farmer, Takeshi Katō as Samurai Wandering through Town (uncredited), Tatsuya Nakadai as Samurai Wandering through Town (uncredited), Ken Utsui as Samurai Wandering through Town (uncredited), Ren Yamamoto as Farmer (uncredited) in lead roles.

Series Cast

Toshirō Mifune
Kikuchiyo
Popularity:17.966

Takashi Shimura
Kambei Shimada
Popularity:11.712

Yoshio Inaba
Gorobei Katayama
Popularity:5.193

Seiji Miyaguchi
Kyuzo
Popularity:6.261

Minoru Chiaki
Heihachi Hayashida
Popularity:5.036

Daisuke Katō
Shichiroji
Popularity:6.094

Isao Kimura
Katsushiro Okamoto
Popularity:3.754

Keiko Tsushima
Shino
Popularity:7.924

Yukiko Shimazaki
Rikichi's Wife
Popularity:4.872

Kamatari Fujiwara
Manzô - Father of Shino
Popularity:3.655

Yoshio Kosugi
Mosuke
Popularity:2.693

Bokuzen Hidari
Yohei
Popularity:4.246

Yoshio Tsuchiya
Rikichi
Popularity:4.153

Kokuten Kōdō
Gisaku, the Old Man
Popularity:2.611

Eijirō Tōno
Kidnapper
Popularity:2.993

Jun Tatara
Coolie A
Popularity:1.708

Atsushi Watanabe
Bun Seller
Popularity:2.337

Toranosuke Ogawa
Grandfather of Kidnapped Girl
Popularity:3.1

Isao Yamagata
Samurai
Popularity:5.061

Kichijirō Ueda
Bandit Scout
Popularity:7.144

Sôjin Kamiyama
Blind Player
Popularity:2.251

Gen Shimizu
Samurai Who Kicks Farmers
Popularity:3.09

Keiji Sakakida
Gosaku
Popularity:1.135

Shinpei Takagi
Bandit Chieftain
Popularity:1.091

Shin Ōtomo
Bandit Second-in-Command
Popularity:1.291

Toshio Takahara
Samurai with Gun
Popularity:5.057

Hiroshi Sugi
Tea Shop Owner
Popularity:0.773

Hiroshi Hayashi
Weak Ronin
Popularity:3.165

Sachio Sakai
Coolie #2
Popularity:2.596

Sôkichi Maki
Strong-Looking Samurai
Popularity:0.491

Ichirō Chiba
Buddhist Priest
Popularity:1.049

Noriko Sengoku
Wife of Gono Family
Popularity:3.019

Noriko Honma
Woman Farmer
Popularity:3.069

Masanobu Ôkubo
Samurai
Popularity:1.214

Etsuo Saijo
Bandit
Popularity:0.62

Minoru Itō
Samurai
Popularity:0.645

Haruya Sakamoto
Samurai
Popularity:0.782

Gorô Sakurai
Samurai
Popularity:1.035

Hideo Shibuya
Bandit
Popularity:0.709

Kiyoshi Kamoda
Samurai
Popularity:1.044

Senkichi Ōmura
Bandit Who Escapes
Popularity:2.446

Takashi Narita
Bandit Who Escapes
Popularity:0.607

Shōichi Hirose
Bandit
Popularity:1.872

Kôji Uno
Bandit
Popularity:1.023

Masaaki Tachibana
Bandit
Popularity:0.333

Kamayuki Tsubono
Bandit
Popularity:3.822

Taiji Naka
Bandit
Popularity:0.352

Chindanji Miyagawa
Bandit
Popularity:0.225

Shigemi Sunagawa
Bandit
Popularity:1.171

Akira Tani
Bandit
Popularity:1.024

Akio Kusama
Bandit
Popularity:1.241

Ryûtarô Amami
Bandit
Popularity:0.65

Jun Mikami
Bandit
Popularity:0.196

Haruo Nakajima
Bandit
Popularity:2.406

Sanpei Mine
Farmer
Popularity:0.974

Masahide Matsushita
Samurai
Popularity:0.235

Kaneo Ikeda
Samurai
Popularity:0.547

Takuzô Kumagaya
Gisaku's Son
Popularity:0.001

Ippei Kawagoe
Farmer
Popularity:0.125

Jirô Suzukawa
Farmer
Popularity:0.141

Junpei Natsuki
Farmer
Popularity:1.645

Kyôichi Kamiyama
Farmer
Popularity:0.02

Haruo Suzuki
Farmer
Popularity:4.843

Gorô Amano
Farmer
Popularity:0.004

Akira Kitchôji
Farmer
Popularity:0.175

Kōji Iwamoto
Farmer
Popularity:0.52

Hiroshi Akitsu
Husband of Gono Family
Popularity:1.032

Akira Yamada
Farmer
Popularity:1.551

Kazuo Imai
Farmer
Popularity:0.551

Eisuke Nakanishi
Farmer
Popularity:0.235

Toku Ihara
Farmer
Popularity:0.031

Hideo Ôtsuka
Farmer
Popularity:0.524

Shû Ôe
Farmer
Popularity:0.076

Yasuhisa Tsutsumi
Farmer in Front of Gono
Popularity:1.27

Yasumasa Ônishi
Farmer
Popularity:0.809

Tsuneo Katagiri
Farmer in Front of Gono
Popularity:1.02

Megeru Shimoda
Farmer
Popularity:0.045

Masayoshi Kawabe
Farmer
Popularity:0.994

Shigeo Katô
Farmer
Popularity:3.028

Yoshikazu Kawamata
Farmer
Popularity:0.48

Takeshi Seki
Coolie #3
Popularity:0.433

Haruko Toyama
Gisaku's Daughter-in-Law
Popularity:0.342

Tsuruko Mano
Woman Farmer in front of Gono
Popularity:1.729

Matsue Ono
Woman Farmer
Popularity:0.803

Tsurue Ichimanji
Woman Farmer
Popularity:0.712

Masako Ôshiro
Woman Farmer
Popularity:0.041

Kyōko Ozawa
Woman Farmer
Popularity:0.797

Michiko Kadono
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:0.019

Toshiko Nakano
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:0.505

Shizuko Azuma
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:4.68

Michiko Kawabe
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:0.006

Yûko Togawa
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:0.104

Yayoko Kitano
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:0.142

Kyoko Mori
Farmer's Wife
Popularity:1.295

Misao Suyama
Woman Farmer
Popularity:0.115

Toriko Takahara
Woman Farmer
Popularity:0.645

Takeshi Katō
Samurai Wandering through Town (uncredited)
Popularity:3.288

Tatsuya Nakadai
Samurai Wandering through Town (uncredited)
Popularity:12.107

Ken Utsui
Samurai Wandering through Town (uncredited)
Popularity:3.741

Ren Yamamoto
Farmer (uncredited)
Popularity:2.85

It Crew included: Shinobu Hashimoto as Screenplay(Writing), Sōjirō Motoki as Producer(Production), Hideo Oguni as Screenplay(Writing), Akira Kurosawa as Screenplay(Writing), Akira Kurosawa as Director(Directing), Takeharu Shimada as Production Office Assistant(Crew), Fumio Yanoguchi as Sound Recordist(Crew), Shigeru Mori as Lighting Technician(Lighting), Asakazu Nakai as Director of Photography(Camera), Takao Saitō as First Assistant Camera(Camera), Fumio Hayasaka as Original Music Composer(Sound), Sakae Hirosawa as Assistant Director(Directing), Yasuyoshi Tajitsu as Assistant Director(Directing), Hiromichi Horikawa as Assistant Director(Directing), Akira Kurosawa as Editor(Editing), Teruyo Nogami as Script Supervisor(Directing), Yoshirō Muraki as Assistant Art Director(Art), Hiroshi Nezu as Production Supervisor(Production), Ichirô Minawa as Sound Effects Editor(Sound), Kôichi Hamamura as Set Decoration(Art), Mitsuo Kaneko as Lighting Technician(Lighting), Haruo Nakajima as Stunts(Crew), Junjirō Yamada as Makeup Artist(Costume & Make-Up), Masao Fukuda as Still Photographer(Camera), Masaya Shimizu as Assistant Director(Directing), Kôichi Hamamura as Property Master(Art), Midori Nakajô as Hairstylist(Costume & Make-Up), Toshi Kaneko as Assistant Director(Directing), Takashi Matsuyama as Art Direction(Art), Mieko Yamaguchi as Costume Design(Costume & Make-Up), Masanao Uehara as Sound Assistant(Sound), Hiroshi Nezu as Editorial Manager(Editing), Teruyo Nogami as Production Assistant(Production), Yuji Hamada as Accountant(Production), Kōhei Ezaki as Researcher(Production), in lead roles.

Series Crew
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Status: Released
Released on:
26 April 1954

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