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Tokugawa Ieyasu has passed .
Topic Started: Aug 7 2018, 08:31 AM (152 Views)
Wicked L
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The only Ieyasu in mine and many others eyes, Masahiko Tsugawa has passed .
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He was the son in law of legendary director Masahiro Makino, but its Ieyasu we know him as, he played the role 5 times, inc Aoi and the Masamune Taiga's. His performance in Aoi saw him claim ownership of the role , no other actor could come close to him .

His last role was in the recent Kyoshiro TV Movie .
Edited by Wicked L, Aug 7 2018, 02:41 PM.
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His wife Yukiji Asaoka passed away earlier this year too. I saw the interview with Masahiko, he did not look good at all. :(
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That kind of explains things.

Playing Ieyasu

1987 Donganryu Masamune Taiga Drama (NHK)

1993 3 Generations Of The Yagyu Sword mini-series (TV Asahi )

2000 Aoi Tokugawa Sandai Taiga Drama (NHK)

2005 Sengoku Jietai Sekigahara mini-series (Tokyo TV )

2006 Shinobi Heart Under Blade film .

He also played Takeda Shingen in Heaven And Earth, multiple turns as both Kira and Oishi, Tokugawa Tsunayoshi twice, and Nemuri's boss in the TV version . Also played a lecherous bi-sexual Hideyoshi in the Donganryu Masamune Tokyo TV remake in 1994.
Made his debut in the 1956 rebellious teen film Crazed Fruit, and starred in many of Nagisa Oshima's youth films .In the 80's and early 90's he became a favorite of director Juzo Itami .

Made his directorial debut in 1998 with the Jirocho film Samurai Gangsters starring Kiichi Nakai and Koichi Sato, the film was a tribute to his father in law Masahiro Makino.
Edited by Wicked L, Aug 7 2018, 02:56 PM.
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