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Overview

When Katsukawa, a low ranking vassal, learns that his greedy superior, Tatewaki, has hatched a plan to expand his territory, he and his comrades decide to take matters into their own hands. Lots of action in this all-star production from Toei Films, the foremost studio during that era. As with so many of their films, this is highly entertaining, with lots of plot twists and exciting swordplay

  1. Sadatsugu Matsuda

    Director

  2. Yoshitake Hisa

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Chiyonosuke Azuma

    Chiyonosuke Azuma

  2. Shinobu Chihara

    Shinobu Chihara

  3. Utaemon Ichikawa

    Utaemon Ichikawa

  4. Takashi Shimura

    Takashi Shimura

  5. Hashizo Okawa

    Hashizo Okawa

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Seven from Edo

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Original Title 大江戸七人衆

Status Released

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  • April 30, 1958
    Theatrical

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Original Language Japanese

Runtime 1h 32m

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