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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Music (feature film)

1.
The Kremlin Letter (1970) as Mus comp & cond
A team of spies tries to recover a CIA letter that could trigger an international incident.
2.
The Girl I Abandoned (1970) as Music
3.
Kuragejima--Legends From a Southern Island (1970) as Music
The Tokyo engineer Kariya arrives on a primitive tropical island to drill a well to provide water for the sugar mill. He is assisted on the island by Kametaro, from the inbred Futori family. Nekichi Futori is chained in a pit that he has to dig, in order to appease the gods for breaking island customs. Nekichi is in love with his sister Uma, who is a shaman priestess at the sacred shrine, that contains the only good water close to the mill. She is also the mistress of Ryu, the manager of the mill. The patriarch of the Futori family tries to get the engineer to marry his retarded daughter Toriko.
4.
Asiapol Secret Service (1969) as Music
5.
Tunnel to the Sun (1968) as Music
6.
Goodbye, Moscow (1968) as Music
7.
The Daphne (1967) as Music
8.
Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967) as Music Composition
A military officer becomes obsessed with an enlisted man.
9.
The Bible...In the Beginning (1966) as Music Score
Through the Old Testament from Adam to Isaac.
10.
Longing for Love (1966) as Music
11.
Twilight Path (1965) as Music
12.
Brand of Evil (1965) as Music
13.
Tokyo Olympiad (1965) as Mus for Japanese version
Cameras capture both audience and athletes attending the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
14.
Unholy Desire (1964) as Music
15.
Bushido (1964) as Music
Episodic chronicle of one family's lineage and how it has been affected by the strict code of deference to the feudal lords.
16.
The Insect Woman (1964) as Music
A woman raised in corruption sets out on a path of immorality in this critique of post-war Japan.
17.
The Weird Love Makers (1963) as Music
18.
The Flesh Is Hot (1963) as Music
Explores the effect of the American military presence in Japan.
19.
Born in Sin (1963) as Music
20.
Early Autumn (1962) as Music
A brewery manager tries to manage his daughter's affairs in the wake of his wife's death.
21.
The Big Wave (1962) as Music
Yukio, a farm boy, and Toru, a fisherboy, live in a small Japanese village that is periodically threatned by a volcano on one side and tidal waves on the other. Yukio's younger sister Setsu (Juddy Ongg, and later Rumiki Sasa) follows then and dreams of becoming a pearl diver. Toru is preparing to go fishing with his father when a bell tolls and a danger flag is hung high on the hill behind the village to warn of an impending tidal wave by the village patriarch, known as Old Gentleman (Sessue Hayakawa). The fishermen consult the other village elders and decide that Old Gentleman is wrong and they will go on with their work. Old Gentleman comes down from his home and begs them to send their children to his hilltop home for theie safety, but the refuse. That night, after Toru has gone to the home of his friend Yukio, a tidal wave destroys the village, leaving only afew survivors. Old Gentleman offers to take the orphaned Toru as his son but Toru, despite knowing he will live in wealth, decides to stay on with Yukio's poor family. Ten years later, Yukio (Mickey Curtis) and Toru (Ichizo Itami) are as brothers. Toru is saving his money to buy a boat and Haruko (Reiko Higa), a diver, offers to sell him one of hers as she has fallen in love with him. Setsu (Rumiki Sasa) has also fallen in love with Toru, while Yukio loves Haruko. On the day of the annual shark hunt, Yukio convinces Toru to join in helping kill the sharks, and they are joined by Haruko and Setsu. The girls get into a fight over Toru. Toru sees the fight and pulls Haruko off the smaller Setsu. Yukio sees him throw her aside and attacks Toru, declaring his own love for Haruko, while Toru revelas that it is Setsu whom he loves. Later, as Toru and Setsu discuss their wedding, Old Gentleman overhears their plans to go back to fishing. He hates the sea, as it killed his son thirty years ago, and offers them the biggest farm in the village if they will work it. He says he will not warn them of any more waves if the refuse. They do refuse, but tell him he will still warn them as he is a good man, but they will pay heed to his wisdom in the future.
22.
The Big Wave (1962) as Composer
Yukio, a farm boy, and Toru, a fisherboy, live in a small Japanese village that is periodically threatned by a volcano on one side and tidal waves on the other. Yukio's younger sister Setsu (Juddy Ongg, and later Rumiki Sasa) follows then and dreams of becoming a pearl diver. Toru is preparing to go fishing with his father when a bell tolls and a danger flag is hung high on the hill behind the village to warn of an impending tidal wave by the village patriarch, known as Old Gentleman (Sessue Hayakawa). The fishermen consult the other village elders and decide that Old Gentleman is wrong and they will go on with their work. Old Gentleman comes down from his home and begs them to send their children to his hilltop home for theie safety, but the refuse. That night, after Toru has gone to the home of his friend Yukio, a tidal wave destroys the village, leaving only afew survivors. Old Gentleman offers to take the orphaned Toru as his son but Toru, despite knowing he will live in wealth, decides to stay on with Yukio's poor family. Ten years later, Yukio (Mickey Curtis) and Toru (Ichizo Itami) are as brothers. Toru is saving his money to buy a boat and Haruko (Reiko Higa), a diver, offers to sell him one of hers as she has fallen in love with him. Setsu (Rumiki Sasa) has also fallen in love with Toru, while Yukio loves Haruko. On the day of the annual shark hunt, Yukio convinces Toru to join in helping kill the sharks, and they are joined by Haruko and Setsu. The girls get into a fight over Toru. Toru sees the fight and pulls Haruko off the smaller Setsu. Yukio sees him throw her aside and attacks Toru, declaring his own love for Haruko, while Toru revelas that it is Setsu whom he loves. Later, as Toru and Setsu discuss their wedding, Old Gentleman overhears their plans to go back to fishing. He hates the sea, as it killed his son thirty years ago, and offers them the biggest farm in the village if they will work it. He says he will not warn them of any more waves if the refuse. They do refuse, but tell him he will still warn them as he is a good man, but they will pay heed to his wisdom in the future.
23.
Ohayo (1959) as Music
Two boys stop speaking until their parents will buy them a new TV.

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