Cast & Crew
A small railway station near Kochi has three employees: stationmaster Yamashita, Ryota Sakamoto, and Sanpei Koga. Machiko, Ryota's wife, works as a tour guide and would rather play mahjong with the priest or go to the movies with the priest's son Shinsuke than perform her domestic duties. As a result, Ryota falls in love with Takako, the proprietress of a small restaurant. When Machiko goes to a nearby resort with Shinsuke, Ryota follows her, and the two quarrel; Ryota then returns and moves into the station house. Takako brings him lunch every day, and Ryota decides to marry her as soon as he can obtain a divorce from Machiko. Yamashita, who is Takako's father, is unaware that his daughter operates the restaurant and is engaged to the chef. Upon discovering the truth about Takako, Yamashita strikes her, and Ryota realizes that he has misinterpreted her feelings for him. When a landslide destroys a nearby track, the three stop their arguing and join forces to flag down a train headed for disaster. Later, on a festival day, Ryota manages to obtain the stationmaster's approval of Takako's marriage to the chef. Having learned that his wife had asked Takako to bring him his lunch, Ryota returns home to Machiko, who tells him that she is pregnant with his child.
Pinky And The Killers
Released in Japan in November 1969 as Yosakoi ryoko.