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Toho Studios Story

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Since its inception in 1933, Toho Co., Ltd., Japan's most famous movie production company and distributor, has produced and/or distributed some of the most notable films ever to come out of Asia, including Seven Samurai, Godzilla, When a Woman Ascends the Stairs, Kwaidan, Woman in the Dunes, Ran, Shall We Dance?, Ringu, and Spirited Away. While the western world often defi ...more
Hardcover, 528 pages
Published May 28th 2008 by Scarecrow Press
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Stuart Galbraith IV is the author of seven books. He also makes DVD audio commentaries and liner-note essays, writes a DVD column for the English edition of "The Daily Yomiuri", and reviews DVDs at He lives in Kyoto.
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