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Shōgun (1980)
Action & Adventure, Drama, War & Politics . NA m


An English navigator becomes both a player and pawn in complex political games in feudal Japan.

Release Date

15 September 1980


Japanese, English,

Produced By

TOHO, Jardine Matheson, TV Asahi Holdings Corporation, Paramount Television,
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"Shōgun - A nation of violence, Samurai warriors ... and forbidden love." is english Language Tv Show.

"Shōgun" was released on 22 July 2024 .

It has cast of: Richard Chamberlain as Pilot-Major John Blackthorne / Anjin-san, Toshirō Mifune as Lord Yoshi Toranaga, Yoko Shimada as Lady Toda Buntaro - Mariko, John Rhys-Davies as Vasco Rodrigues, Damien Thomas as Father Alvito, Frankie Sakai as Yabu, Yûki Meguro as Omi, Hiromi Senno as Fujiko, Alan Badel as Father Dell'Aqua, Miiko Taka as Kiri, Vladek Sheybal as Captain Ferriera, Nobuo Kaneko as Ishido, Hideo Takamatsu as Lord Buntarō, Michael Hordern as Friar Domingo, George Innes as Johann Vinck, Leon Lissek as Father Sebastio, Takeshi Ōbayashi as Urano, Hiroshi Hasegawa as Galley Captain, Akira Sera as Old Gardener, Atsuko Sano as Lady Ochiba, Masumi Okada as Brother Michael, Edward Peel as Pieterzoon, Eric Richard as Maetsukker, Neil McCarthy as Spillbergen, Seiji Miyaguchi as Muraji, Yōsuke Natsuki as Zataki, William Morgan Sheppard as Specz, Shin Takuma as Naga, Ai Matsubara as Rako, John J. Carney as Ginsel, Tōru Abe as Hiromatsu, Orson Welles as Narrator, Anne Bancroft as Narrator in lead roles.

Series Cast

It Crew included: Eric Bercovici as Producer(Production), James Clavell as Executive Producer(Production), James Clavell as Novel(Writing), Maurice Jarre as Original Music Composer(Sound), Joseph R. Jennings as Production Design(Art), Tom Pedigo as Set Decoration(Art), Shin Nishida as Costume Design(Costume & Make-Up), Maurice Jarre as Conductor(Sound), Andrew Laszlo as Director of Photography(Camera), Frank Cardea as Production Executive(Production), Ben Chapman as Associate Producer(Production), in lead roles.

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