Keiju Kobayashi - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Keiju Kobayashi’s height is 5ft 7in (1.7 m)

Keiju Kobayashi was a Japanese actor. Born in Gunma Prefecture, he began acting at the Nikkatsu studio after dropping out of Nihon University and made his film debut in 1942.

Best Known For Movie: Sanjuro
Height: 5ft 7in (1.7 m)
Born: November 23, 1923, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Filmography: Hoshi no kunikara mago futari (2010), Koisuru kanojo, nishi e. (2008), Switching – Goodbye Me (2007), Nagasaki 1945: Anjerasu no kane (2005), Haha no iru basho (2005), Koinu no warutsu (2004), Warushawa no aki (2003), Take the ‘A’ Train, Someday (2003), Tegami (2003/II), Denen no yuutsu (2001), Vengeance for Sale (2001), Kokubetsu (2001), Ano natsu no hi (1999), Aisuru (1997), Whisper of the Heart (1995), Hôbiki no Tatsu torimonochô (1995), Karin (1993), Hawaiian Wedding Song: Maui No Omoide (1992), Tabi no hajimari (1990), Tasmania Story (1990), Yawara! (1989), A Taxing Woman (1987), Shinshi dômei (1986), Tree Without Leaves (1986), For Business (1986), Godzilla 1985 (1984), Loving (1983), Okinawa no shonen (1983), Chichi to ko (1983), High Teen Boogie (1982), Kurumi no heya (1982), The Imperial Navy (1981), Kazunomiya sama otome (1981), White Love (1979), Akujo ni tsuite (1978), Hakkodasan (1977), Kigeki hyakkuten manten (1976), Love and Separation in Sri Lanka (1976), Kaze to kumo to niji to (1976), Tora-san, the Intellectual (1975), Tooi sekkin (1975), Waga seishun no toki (1975), Tidal Wave (1973), Nippon sanjûshi: Hakata obi shime ippon dokko no maki (1973), Nippon sanjûshi: Osaraba Tokyo no maki (1972), Ôgon Batto ga yattekuru (1972), Zoku Showa hito keta shachô tai futaketa shain: Getsu-getsu kasui moku kinkin (1971), Tô-chan no pô ga kikoeru (1971), Gekido no showashi: Okinawa kessen (1971), Showa hito keta shachô tai futaketa shain (1971), Gekido no showashi ‘Gunbatsu’ (1970), Zoku shachô gaku ABC (1970), Bakumatsu (1970), Shachô gaku ABC (1970), Shinsengumi: Assassins of Honor (1969), Dai Nippon suri shûdan (1969), Burakku comedi (1969), Zoku shachô enmachô (1969), Shachô enmachô (1969), Wakamono yo chôsen seyo (1968), Kubi (1968), Zoku shacho hanjôki (1968), Shachô hanjôki (1968), Japan’s Longest Day (1967), Topo Gigio and the Missile War (1967), Five Gents Prefer Geisha (1967), Chichi to ko: Zoku Na mo naku mazushiku utsukushiku (1967), Zoku namonaku mazushiku utsukushiku: Haha to ko (1967), Shachô senichiya (1967), Eiko eno chôsen (1966), The Daphne (1966), Dark the Mountain Snow (1966), Five Gents on the Spot (1966), The Stranger Within a Woman (1966), Shachô gyôjôki (1966), Beast Alley (1965), Senjo ni nagareru uta (1965), Tameki no taisho (1965), Five Gents Trick Book (1965), Samurai Assassin (1965), Shachô ninpôchô (1965), Danchi: Nanatsu no taizai (1964), Could I But Live (1964), Tensai sagishi monogatari: Tanuki no hanamichi (1964), Kon’nichiwa akachan (1964/II), Ken (1964), Zoku shachô shinshiroku (1964), A Company President’s Gentleman’s Story (1964), We Are Salary Men (1963), The Elegant Life of Mr. Everyman (1963), Zoku shachô gaiyûki (1963), Shiro to kuro (1963), Shachô gaiyûki (1963), Zoku shachô manyûki (1963), Attack Squadron! (1963), Shachô manyûki (1963), Born in Sin (1962), Burari burabura monogatari (1962), 47 Samurai (1962), A Wanderer’s Notebook (1962), Sôtome ke no musume tachi (1962), Zoku shachô yôkôki (1962), Shachô yôkôki (1962), The Bridge Between (1962), Zoku sararîman shimizu minato (1962), A Woman’s Place (1962), Sarariman shimizu minato (1962), Sanjuro (1962), Bebî gyangu to oneechan (1961), The End of Summer (1961), Acchan no bebi gyangu (1961), Playboy President (1961), Zoku shachô dochuki: onna oyabun taiketsu no maki (1961), Wakarete ikiru toki mo (1961), Zoku sararîman Chûshingura (1961), Wakai ôkami (1961), Happiness of Us Alone (1961), Sararîman Chûshingura (1960), Master Fencer Sees the World (1960), Shin jôdaigaku (1960), Wanton Journey (1960), Hawai Middowei daikaikûsen: Taiheiyô no arashi (1960), Shin santô jûyaku: Ataru mo hakke no maki (1960), Sarariman shussetai kôki daigobu (1960), Kuroi gashû: Aru sarariman no shôgen (1960), Shin santô jûyaku: Tabi to onna to sake no maki (1960), Sarariman jikkai (1959), Nippon tanjô (1959), New Third Grade Executive (1959), Sarariman shussetai koki daiyonbu (1959), Bringing Up Husbands (1959), Kitsune to tanuki (1959), Zoku shachô taiheiki (1959), Shachô taiheiki (1959), The Happy Pilgrimage (1958), Hadaka no taishô (1958), Kami no taisho (1958), Zokuzoku sarariman shussetai kôki (1958), Summer Clouds (1958), Kekkon no subete (1958), Anzukko (1958), Yajikita dôchûki (1958), A Holiday in Tokyo (1958), Zoku shachô sandaiki (1958), Makeraremasen katsumadewa (1958), Shachô sandaiki (1958), Hibô no miyako (1957), Jirochô gaiden: Ôabare jirochô ikka (1957), Zoku sarariman shussetai kôki (1957), Daigaku no samurai tachi (1957), Salaryman shusse taikôki (1957), Ôban (1957), Goyôkiki monogatari (1957), Zoku Goyôkiki monogatari (1957), Taian kichijitsu (1957), Okashi-na yatsu (1956), Ani to sono musume (1956), Harikiri shacho (1956), A Wife’s Heart (1956), Yakan chûgaku (1956), Aijô no kessan (1956), Zoku hesokuri shacho (1956), Sudden Rain (1956), Hesokuri shachô (1956), Aoi hate (1955), Yagate aozora (1955), Zoku Salaryman Mejiro Sampei (1955), Kuchizuke (1955), Onna doshi (1955), Atsukama-shi to Oyakama-shi (1955), Seifuku no otome tachi (1955), Salaryman Mejiro Sampei (1955), Koko ni izumi ari (1955), Hatsukoi kanariya musume (1955), Saturday Angel (1954), Kakute yume ari (1954), Zoku Take-chan shacho (1954), Take-chan shacho (1954), Akasen kichi (1953), Taiheiyô no washi (1953), Hana no naka no musumetachi (1953), Kofuku-san (1953), Youth of Heiji Senigata (1953), Adolescence Part II (1953), Haha to musume (1953), Mr. Pu (1953), Husband and Wife (1953), Fukeyo haru kaze (1953), Third Class Executives (1952), Tokyo no ekubo (1952), Tôkyô no koibito (1952), Kin no tamago: Golden girl (1952), Mr. Lucky (1952), Repast (1951), Hopu-san: sararîman no maki (1951), Sengoha obake taikai (1951), Clothes of Deception (1951), Fukkatsu (1950), Mado kara tobidase (1950), Nijiotoko (1949), Kenji to onnakanshu (1949), Hanasaku kazoku (1947), Shûdôin no hanayome (1946), Kikuchi sembon-yari: Shidonî tokubetsu kôgeki-tai (1944), Marai no tora (1943), Daigoretsu no kyofu (1942), Making of ‘A Taxing Woman’ (1987), The 23rd Annual NHK kôhaku uta gassen (1972), Kaigun to taisô (1942).
Astrological Sign: Sagittarius
Occupation: Actor
Died: September 16, 2010, Tokyo, Japan
Awards: Japan Academy Prize for Special Award from the Chairman

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