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Sanjuro (1962) - Killing People Is A Bad Habit Having just rescued the chamberlain's daughter (Reiko Dan) and her mother (Takako Irie), Toshiro Mifune (title character), Iori (Yuzo Kayama) and their gang decide to flee, in Akira Kurosawa's Sanjuro, 1962.
Yojimbo (1961) - Chickening Out The Samurai Sanjuro (Toshiro Mifune) makes a strategic switch of sides, as the first confrontation between warring clans takes shape, in Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo, 1961.
Yojimbo (1961) - There's No Cure For Fools The Samurai (Toshiro Mifune) demonstrates his value by slaughtering three ruffians and placing an order with the coffin-maker (Atsushi Watanabe), early in Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo, 1961.
Sanjuro (1962) - You Wanna Fight? From the opening scene, Toshiro Mifune (title character) shows the nine Samurai led by Iori (Yuzo Kayama) that their true enemy is the superintendent, whose henchman Muroto (Tatsuya Nakadai) appears with posse, in Akira Kurosawa's Sanjuro, 1962.
Yojimbo (1961) - The Chance To Get Killed! The wandering Samruai (Toshiro Mifune) comes upon a son (Yosuke Natsuki) arguing with his father, before his memorable entry into the town, in Akira Kurosawa's Yojimbo, 1961.
Throne Of Blood (1957) - Master Of North Castle Taketoki (Toshiro Mifune) and Miki (Minoru Chiaki) have to stay cool as they receive what should be great news, fulfilling an ominous prediction, in Akira Kurosawa's version of "Macbeth," Throne Of Blood, 1957.
Throne Of Blood (1957) - Pay No Attention The wife (Isuzu Yamada) tells the guests it's just the Sake` talking, as warlord Taketoki (Toshiro Mifune) goes feudal on a ghost, in Akira Kurosawa's treatment of Shakespeare's "Macbeth," Throne Of Blood, 1957.
Ikiru (1952) - Open, This Stomach Belongs To... Credits and the memorable opening sequence introducing Takashi Shimura as the bureaucrat Watanabe, from Akira Kurosawa's acclaimed Ikiru, 1952.
Ikiru (1952) - There Seems To Be A Deeper Issue Mournful bureacrat Watanabe (Takashi Shimura), hanging in a sakè bar on a quasi-bender because of his terminal cancer diagnosis, has just offered his spare sedatives to a hard-drinking novelist (Yunosuke Ito), who was ranting about having run out, in Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru, 1952.
Ikiru (1952) - It's A Mild Ulcer Lonesome Watanabe (Takashi Shimura) realizes what the audience already knows, about his stomach cancer, with an obfuscating doctor (Masao Shimizu) in Akira Kurosawa's Ikiru, 1952, music by Fumio Hayasaka.
Bad Sleep Well, The (1960) - Sticking With Your Silence Middle manager Wada (Kamatari Fujiwara), still silent after weeks in jail, doesn't bend under questioning from a prosecutor (Koji Nanbara) in Akira Kurosawa's The Bad Sleep Well, 1960.
Bad Sleep Well, The (1960) - An Unusual Toast The wedding party just barely manages to take a threatening toast from young Iwabuchi (Tatsuya Mihashi) in stride when further weirdness ensues, still in the opening scene from Akira Kurosawa's The Bad Sleep Well, 1960.