Tomotaka Tasaka

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      • 73
      • Male
      • 1901-04-14
      • 1974-10-17
      • Hiroshima, Japan
      • Directing
      Born in Hiroshima Prefecture, he began working at Nikkatsu's Kyoto studio in 1924 and eventually came to prominence for a series of realist, humanist films made at Nikkatsu's Tamagawa studio in the late 1930s such as Robō no ishi and Mud and Soldiers, both of which starred Isamu Kosugi.
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