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Sentai Filmworks Original network TBS Original run October 4, 2007 – March 27, 2008 Episodes 24 ( List of episodes) You're Under Arrest ( Japanese: 逮捕しちゃうぞ, Hepburn: Taiho Shichauzo) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kōsuke Fujishima. It was serialized in Kodansha's seinen manga magazines Morning Party Zōkan and Morning from 1986 through 1992. [3] [4] [5] [6] It centers on a fictional police station in Sumida, Tokyo, as its officers tackle everyday criminals while keeping people safe.

It mixes both drama and action with some comedy and humor. The chapters of You're Under Arrest have been collected in seven tankōbon volumes by Kodansha. The manga has been adapted into three television seasons, three OVA series and a film, all animated by Studio Deen. The series also spawned a live-action drama special starring Misaki Ito and Sachie Hara. The show has received positive reviews from critics. Contents • 1 Story • 2 Media • 2.1 Manga • 2.1.1 Original release • download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie Dark Horse Comics release • 2.1.3 First Shinsōban edition • 2.1.4 Second Shinsōban edition • 2.1.5 Bunkoban • 2.2 Anime • 2.3 Movie • 2.4 Video game • 2.5 Novel • 2.6 TV drama • 2.7 Model kits • 3 Reception • 4 References • 5 External links Story [ edit ] Main article: List of You're Under Arrest characters The story revolves around Natsumi Tsujimoto and Miyuki Kobayakawa, two female officers of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department and the protagonists of the show as they are stationed at the fictional Bokuto Police Station located at Sumida, Tokyo.

The series is largely episodic, and it focuses on the interaction between the main characters and the humorous supporting cast. The majority of the series takes place in the Greater Tokyo Area. However, the site where the Bokuto Police Station is supposed to be does not exist in the Sumida Ward. [7] In reality, the Bokuto Hospital takes its place. [7] Media [ edit ] Manga [ edit ] The English version of the manga was published by Dark Horse Comics, which only contained selected episodes from volumes 6 and 7 (reportedly at Fujishima's request, resulting in continuity confusion by download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie fans of the series [8]).

The final frame of the last Japanese volume refers to a You're Under Arrest 2, which has not yet been serialized. Original release [ edit ] No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN 1 December 17, 1987 [9] 4-06-315001-1 • FILE.1: "The Fearless and Explosive Police Ladies" ( 怖い物知らずの爆風婦人警官, Kowai Mono Shirazu no Bakufū Fujin Keikan) • FILE.2: "Don't Trash the Violation Tickets" ( 反則キップは破らないで, Hansoku Kippu wa Yaburanai de) • FILE.3: "Big Shower Room Incident" ( シャワールーム騒乱事件, Shawā Rūmu Sōran Jiken) • FILE.4: "A Salute to an Arrogant Bike Cop!" ( 傲慢白バイ警官に敬礼!, Gōman Shirobai Keikan ni Keirei!) • FILE.5: "Dash into Fire" ( とんで火にいる, Tonde Hi ni Iru) • FILE.6: "Tracking the Bomber" ( 追跡ボンバー, Tsuiseki Bonbā) • FILE.7: "Invincible Old Lady on a Moped" ( 完全無敵の原付おばさん, Kanzen Muteki no Gentsuki Oba-san) • FILE.8: "Search for the Bike Thieves" ( バイク窃盗団をさがせ, Baiku Settō-dan wo Sagase) • FILE.9: "Found 80,000,000 Yen!" ( 8千万円みーつけ!, Hassen Man-en Mitsuke!) • FILE.10: "Regretless Driver's Safety Seminar" ( さっぱりと交通安全講習会, Sapparito Kōtsū Anzen Kōshū Kai) • FILE.11: "Very Desprate Love Confession" ( 愛の告白は命がけ, Ai no Kokuhaku wa Inochigake) • FILE.12: "Yosaku Will Cut the Tree" ( 与作が木を切る, Yosaku ga Ki wo Kiru) • FILE.13: "Extremely Lucky Weather Conditions" ( すごくツイてる絶好調日和, Sugoku Tsuiteru Zekkōchō Biyori) • FILE.14: "The Day Miyuki got Angry" ( 美幸が怒った日, Miyuki ga Okotta Hi) • FILE.15: "Natsumi-type Spirit Controlling Method" ( 夏美式精神改造法, Natsumi-shiki Seishin Kaizō-hō) • FILE.16: "Nemesis: Thief No.

704 Appears" ( 宿敵・怪盗704号登場, Shukuteki: Kaitō Nanahyakuyon-gō Tōjō) • FILE.17: "Female Attitude Match" ( 女は態度で勝負する, Onna wa Taido de Shōbu Suru) • FILE.18: "Bokuto Station Arm Wrestling Match to Win Natsumi" ( 墨東署夏美争奪大腕相撲大会, Bokutō-sho Natsumi Sōdatsu Dai Udezumou Taikai) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "GOOD MORNING!

NATSUMI&MIYUKI: Natsumi and Miyuki's Private Life" ( GOOD MORNING!NATSUMI&MIYUKI ~夏実と美幸のプライベート・ライフ~, GOOD MORNING! NATSUMI&MIYUKI: Natsumi to Miyuki no Puraibēto Raifu) 2 June 23, 1988 [10] 4-06-315003-8 • FILE.19: "Fox Hunting" ( フォックスハンティング, Fokkusu Hantingu) • FILE.20: "The Roar and Power of Making Lunch" ( 怒号とパワーの弁当作り, Do-gō to Pawā no Bentō-tsukuri) • FILE.21: "Thief No.

704 Strikes Back" ( 怪盗704号の逆襲, Kaitō Nanahyakuyon-gō no Gyakushū) • FILE.22: "The Old Man Tunes Up Without Asking" ( 問答無用のチューンアップじいさん, Mondō Muyō no Chūn Appu Jī-san) • FILE.23: "Traffic Control Under Hot Weather" ( 炎天下の交通整理, Entenka no Kōtsū Seiri) • FILE.24: "Horror Night" ( ホラーナイト, Horā Naito) • FILE.25: "Finding Runaway People Under Hot Weather" ( 炎天下の家出人探し, Entenka no Iede Hitosagashi) • FILE.26: "Mysterious Luce Rotary Coupe Car Incident" ( 妖車ルーチェ・ロータリークーペ事件, Ayatashisha Rūche Rōtarī Kūpe Jiken) • FILE.27: "Heavy Rain, Strong Wind, and Finally, Perfect Weather" ( 豪雨、強風、後、快晴, Gōu, Kyōfū, Ato, Kaisei) • FILE.28: "Underground Food Regeneration Strategy!" ( 地下食再生作戦!, Chika Shoku Saisei Sakusen!) • FILE.29: "Chase the Red BMW!" ( 赤いBMWを追え!, Akai Bī Emu Daburyū wo Oe!) • FILE.30: "The Attache Case Download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie ( 謎のアタッシュケース, Nazo no Atasshu Kēsu) • FILE.31: "10,000 Rotation MONUMENT" ( 1万回転のMONUMENT, Ichi-man Kaiten no MONUMENT) • FILE.32: "Big Thunder Mountain" ( ビッグ・サンダー・マウンテン, Biggu Sandā Download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie • FILE.33: "DIGITAL VS.

ANALOGE" 3 January 23, 1989 [11] 4-06-315007-0 • FILE.34: "GOOD MORNING! NATSUMI & MIYUKI 2" • FILE.35: "Poisoned(?) Juice Incident" ( 毒入り(?)ジュース事件, Dokiri(?) Jūsu Jiken) • FILE.36: "Love is Energy" ( 恋はエナジー, Koi wa Enajī) • FILE.37: "The DJ Disappeared - Find the 1" ( 消えたDJ-1を探せ, Kieta Dī Jei - Ichi wo Sagase) • FILE.38: "Blowing the Fire From Natsumi's Face" ( 夏実の顔から火が吹いた, Natsumi no Kao Kara Hi ga Fuita) • FILE.39: "A Dangerous Date" ( 危険なデート, Kiken na Dēto) • FILE.40: "Spicy Love" ( きわどいのがお好き, Kiwadoi no ga Osuki) • FILE.41: "Explosive!

Cannonball" ( 爆走!キャノンボール, Bakusō! Kyanonbōru) • FILE.42: "Lovely Bodyguard" ( すてきなボディーガード, Suteki na Bodīgādo) • FILE.43: "A Building Demolished by a Sneeze shot" ( くしゃみ一発ビル全壊, Kushami Ippatsu Biru Zenkai) 4 November 22, 1989 [12] 4-06-315012-7 • FILE.44: "I Want to be a Policewoman" ( 婦警さんになりたーい, Fukei-san ni Naritai) • FILE.45: "1/2 Day" ( 1/2デー, 1/2 Dē) • FILE.46: "The Devil's Tears Love the Black Dress" ( 切り裂き魔は赤いドレスが好き, Kirisaki Ma wa Akai Doresu ga Suki) • FILE.47: "Natsumi's Beer" ( 夏実の酒, Natsumi no Sake) • FILE.48: "Valentine Love" ( 愛しのバレンタイン, Itoshi no Barentain) • FILE.49: "The Women's Dormitory Serial Arson Incident" ( 女子寮連続放火事件, Joshi Ryō Renzoku Hōka Jiken) • FILE.50: "Becoming A Motorcycle Cop" ( 白バイ警官になっちゃうぞ, Shirobai Keikan ni Natsuchauzo) • FILE.51: "Being an AV Actress is Fun" ( AV女優は楽しい, Ei Bī Joyū wa Tanoshī) • FILE.52: "The Start of a Headache has Begun" ( 頭痛のタネがやってきた, Zutsū no Tane ga Yattekita) 5 August 23, 1990 [13] 4-06-315025-9 • FILE.53: "A Sunny Sky, and Natsumi's Judgement" ( 天晴れ、夏実裁き, Ten Hare, Natsumi Sabaki) • FILE.54: "Race Through Driving School!" ( 教習所を突っ走れ!, Kyōshūjo wo Tsuppashire!) • FILE.55: "Natsumi's Car is the Super Car" ( 夏美の車はスーパーカー, Natsumi no Kuruma wa Sūpā Kā) • FILE.56: "Catch the Masked Robber!" ( 覆面強盗を捕まえろ!, Fukumengōtō wo Tsukamaero!) • FILE.57: "Silky Panty Collector" ( シルキーパンティー・コレクター, Shirukī Pantī Korekutā) • FILE.58: "The Christmas Tree Explosion Plan" ( クリスマスツリー爆破計画, Kurisumasu Tsurī Bakuha Keikaku) • FILE.59: "The Mysterious Kattobi Rider" ( 謎のかっとびライダー, Nazo no Kattobi Raidā) • FILE.60: "Is Dad Okay?" ( お父さん大丈夫?, Otōsan Daijōbu?) • FILE.61: "Nice Shot, Aoi-chan!" ( ナイスショット、葵ちゃん!, Naisu Shotto, Aoi-chan!) 6 September 21, 1991 [14] 4-06-315038-0 • FILE.62: "Getting Revenge on the Paint Army" ( ペイントアーミーに復讐を, Peinto Āmī ni Fukushū wo) • FILE.63: "Reverse Shot!

Home-Run Girl versus Strike Man" ( 逆転一発!ホームラン女 対 ストライク男, Gyakuten Ippatsu! Hōmu-Ran Onna tai Sutoraiku Otoko) • FILE.64: "Out!? Strike Man's Fearsome New Special Moves!!" ( 出るか!?ストライク男 新必殺技の恐怖!!, Deru ka!? Sutoraiku Otoko Shin Hissawwaza no Kyōfu!!) • FILE.65: "Deathmatch in Late Summer Heat - Tear Apart Beach Volley Man!!" ( 残暑の死闘 ビーチバレー男を破れ!!, Zansho no Shitō - Bīchi Barē Otoko wo Yabure!!) • FILE.66: "Mother is 20-years old" ( お母さんは20歳, Okā-san wa Nijū-sai) • FILE.67: "Defeat!!

the Santa Claus From Hell" ( 倒せ!!地獄からのサンタクロース, Taose!! Jigoku Kara no Santa Kurōsu) • FILE.68: "Fragments of a Dream" ( 夢のかけら, Yume no Kakera) • FILE.69: "Spin!! Revolving Lamp of Fire (Part one)" ( 廻れ!!炎の回転灯(前編), Maware!! Honō download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie Kaiten-tō (Zenpen)) • FILE.70: "Spin!! Revolving Lamp of Fire (Part two)" ( 廻れ!!炎の回転灯(後編), Maware!!

Honō no Kaiten-tō (Kōhen)) 7 May 23, 1992 [15] 4-06-315046-1 • FILE.71: "The Raiding Strike Girl corps" ( 遊撃ストライク少女隊, Yūgeki Sutoraiku Shōjo-tai) • FILE.72: "The Sweet Wedding Bell Trap" ( ウエディングベルの甘い罠, Uedingu Beru no Amai Wana) • FILE.73: "Yoriko-chan - Biggest Match of a Lifetime" ( 頼子ちゃん 一世一代の大勝負, Yoriko-chan - Isseichidai no Dai Shōbu) • FILE.74: "Tokyo Mystery Theater" ( 東京ミステリー劇場, Tōkyō Misuterī Gekijō) • FILE.75: "Little Secret of the Two" ( ふたりだけの秘密, Futari Dake no Himitsu) • FILE.76: "Aoi-chan Panic!" ( 葵ちゃんパニック!, Aoi-chan Panikku!) • FILE.77: "A Magic Item" ( 魔法のアイテム, Mahō no Aitemu) • FILE.78: "The Final Challenge of Today (Part one)" ( トゥデイ最後の挑戦(前編), Tōdei Saigo no Chōsen (Zenpen)) • FINAL: "The Final Challenge of Today (Part two)" ( トゥデイ最後の挑戦(後編), Tōdei Saigo no Chōsen (Kōhen)) Dark Horse Comics release [ edit ] No.

Title English release date English ISBN 1 The Wild Ones October 15, 1997 [16] 978-1-56971-319-8 • Issue #1: "Natsumi Makes the News" (Initially FILE.53, released December 1, 1995 [17]) • Issue #1: "Racing Through Driving School" (Initially (FILE.54, released December 1, 1995 [17]) • Issue #2: "Natsumi's Supercar" (Initially FILE.55, released January 1, 1996 [18]) • Issue #2: "Trick or Treat" (Initially FILE.56, released January 1, 1996 [18]) • Issue #3: "The Silk Panties Collector" (Initially FILE.57, released February 1, 1996 [19]) • Issue #3: "The Exploding Christmas-Tree Caper" (Initially FILE.58, released February 1, 1996 [19]) • Issue #4: "The Wild One" (Initially FILE.59, released March 1, 1996 [20]) • Issue #4: "You Okay Dad?" (Initially FILE.60, released March 1, 1996 [20]) 2 Lights and Siren!

December 1, 1999 [21] 978-1-56971-432-4 • Issue #5: "Nice Shot, Aoi!" (Initially FILE.61, released April 1, 1996 [22]) • Issue #5: "Defeat of the Paintball Army" (Initially FILE.62, released April 1, 1996 [22]) • Issue #6: "Strikeman vs. Home-Run Girl" (Initially FILE.63, released May 1, 1996 [23]) • Issue #6: "Strikeman Returns!" (Initially FILE.64, released May 1, 1996 [23]) • Issue #7: "Mom's Only Twenty?!" (Initially FILE.66, released June 1, 1996 [24]) • Issue #7: "The Santa from Hell" (Initially FILE.67, released June 1, 1996 [24]) • Issue #8: "Lights and Siren!

Part One" (Initially FILE.69, released July 1, 1996 [25]) • Issue #8: "Lights and siren! Part Two" (Initially FILE.70, released July 1, 1996 [25]) First Shinsōban edition [ edit ] No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN 1 April 21, 1999 [26] 978-4-06-314202-0 • FILE.1 - FILE.26 • SPECIAL ISSUE 1 2 April 21, 1999 [27] 978-4-06-314203-7 • FILE.27 - FILE.41 • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (1)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(1), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Ichi)) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (2)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(2), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Ni)) 3 May 21, 1999 [28] 978-4-06-314205-1 • FILE.42 - FILE.53 • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (3)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(3), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (San)) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (4)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(4), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Shi)) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (5)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(5), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Gō)) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (6)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(6), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Roku)) 4 May 21, 1999 [29] 978-4-06-314206-8 • FILE.54 - FILE.66 • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (7)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(7), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Nana)) 5 May 21, 1999 [30] 978-4-06-314207-5 • FILE.67 - FINAL • EXTRA: "You Can Also be Strike Man!" ( キミもストライク男になろう!, Kimi mo Sutoraiku Otoko ni Narō!) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (8)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(8), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Hachi)) • EXTRA: "The Mystery of You're Under Arrest Omnibus 5" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞ総集編5つの謎, Taiho Shichauzo Sōshūhen Itsutsu no Nazo) • SPECIAL ISSUE: "You're Under Arrest MECHANICS (9)" ( 逮捕しちゃうぞMECHANICS(9), Taiho Shichauzo MECHANICS (Kyū)) • EXTRA 1 - EXTRA 2 Second Shinsōban edition [ edit ] No.

Japanese release date Japanese ISBN 1 April 23, 2001 [31] 4-06-334401-0 2 Download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie 23, 2001 [32] 4-06-334402-9 3 May 23, 2001 [33] 4-06-334406-1 4 May 23, 2001 [34] 4-06-334407-X 5 June 22, 2001 [35] 4-06-334422-3 6 June 22, 2001 [36] 4-06-334423-1 Bunkoban [ edit ] No.

Japanese release date Japanese ISBN 1 May 12, 2004 [37] 4-06-360756-9 2 June 11, 2004 [38] 4-06-360757-7 3 July 9, 2004 [39] 4-06-360758-5 4 August 10, 2004 [40] 4-06-360759-3 Anime [ edit ] The series was first adapted into a four-episode OVA series, directed by Kazuhiro Furuhashi, which was released in Japan from 1994 to 1995.

An animated television series subsequently aired in Japan on TBS between 1996 and 1997, spanning a total of 47 episodes. It was also broadcast on Rai in Italy, NTV7 in Malaysia, Hero TV in the Philippines and TTV and AXN-Taiwan in Taiwan. 20 7-minute Mini specials and one full length episode was created and broadcast on TBS in 1999. A 26 episode sequel to the series also aired on TBS in 2001. A third animated television series, You're Under Arrest: Full Throttle ( 逮捕しちゃうぞ フルスロットル, Taiho Shichauzo: Furu Surottoru), aired from 2007 to 2008.

[41] [42] Animated by Studio Deen and produced by Bandai Visual, the series featured character designs by Atsuko Nakajima and music by Kow Otani and Yasunori Iwasaki. The first two television series were aired with English subtitles on AXN Asia's networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia. [43] AnimEigo licensed the initial OVA series, the first television series, and the only full-length television episode of You're Under Arrest that aired in 1999 for North American release.

ADV Films subsequently released the 1999 mini TV episodes that comprised the rest of You're Under Arrest! Mini-Specials as well as the movie. The 2001 TV series, the 2002 OVA TV special and Full Throttle are licensed in North America by Sentai Filmworks and distributed by the new company Section23 Films.

[44] [45] In South Korea, Tooniverse licensed the OVA series until 2nd season. [46] [47] Movie [ edit ] The movie ran for 90 minutes in the US and 92 minutes in France. [48] Video game [ edit ] Released on March 29, 2001 by Pioneer LDC for the PlayStation, the game is a text adventure game that introduces two new characters. One of them is a detective named Ryosuke Arisugawa, a 24-year-old plainclothed officer assigned to Bokuto Police Station in order to identify and arrest a hacker who was trying to break into the precinct's network system.

Another character is his 18-year-old sister Chiharu Arisugawa, who the player must keep an eye on. [49] Novel [ edit ] A novel was published by Kodansha. It is a stand-alone story from the series, detailing a fight with Miyuki and Natsumi due to the latter being late for work again in Bokuto Station. [50] Work on the novel had been supervised by Kōsuke Fujishima himself personally with Atsuko Nakajima doing the artwork in the novel.

[50] TV drama [ edit ] A TV drama was created and aired on TV Asahi in 2002. The opening theme song was called "Galaxy" by Nana Katase, and the closing theme was " Through the Rain" by Mariah Carey. It adapted the main characters while adding new characters over the course of the nine-episode series. The drama also advances the romantic relationships of the main characters, and it appears as if the producers of this drama were giving the fans what they have always wanted.

Each episode ran for 45 minutes each. Model kits [ edit ] Two models were created and titled Honda Today and Natsumi's motorcycle. Each are 1⁄ 60 scale. Reception [ edit ] You're Under Arrest was among the top 10 anime shows in Newtype 's August 2001 issue. [51] "Little that the series does in these episodes is especially fresh or memorable, but if you were always a fan of the Bokuto Traffic Section's antics in the earlier series then that enjoyment is unlikely to fade here." — Theron Martin, Anime News Network.

[52] "Though this season pales for a lot of people because some of the supporting cast are either minimized or gone entirely, I appreciated the return to dealing with the core cast of characters after all download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie time." — Chris Beveridge, Mania.

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Chanbara is a sub-category of jidaigeki, which equates to period drama. Jidaigeki may refer to a story set in a historical period, though not necessarily dealing with a samurai character or depicting swordplay. While earlier samurai period pieces were more dramatic rather than action-based, samurai movies produced after World War II have become more action-based, with darker and more violent characters.

Post-war samurai epics tended to portray psychologically or physically scarred warriors. [2] Akira Kurosawa stylized and exaggerated death and violence in samurai epics. His samurai, and many others portrayed in film, were solitary figures, more often concerned with concealing their martial abilities, rather than showing them off. [2] Historically, the genre is usually set during the Tokugawa era (1600–1868). The samurai film hence often focuses on the end of an entire way of life for the samurai: many of the films deal with masterless rōnin, or samurai dealing with changes to their status resulting from a changing society.

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{INSERTKEYS} [3] Contents • 1 Samurai film directors • 2 Popular characters in samurai films • 2.1 Zatoichi • 2.2 The Crimson Bat • 2.3 Nemuri Kyōshirō • 2.4 Miyamoto Musashi • 2.5 Lone Wolf and Cub • 2.6 Sanjuro • 2.7 The Bored Hatamoto • 2.8 Tange Sazen • 2.9 Himura Kenshin • 3 Themes • 4 International influence • 4.1 Western cinema • 4.2 Hong Kong action cinema • 5 List of notable films • 6 Actors • 7 Directors • 8 See also • 9 Notes • 10 References • 11 External links Samurai film directors [ edit ] Daisuke Itō and Masahiro Makino were central to the development of samurai films in the silent and prewar eras.

Akira Kurosawa is the best known to western audiences, and similarly has directed the samurai films best known in the West. He directed Seven Samurai, Rashomon, Throne of Blood, Yojimbo and many others. He had a long association with Toshirō Mifune, arguably Japan's most famous actor. Mifune himself had a production company that produced samurai epics, often with him starring.

Two of Kurosawa's samurai movies were based on the works of William Shakespeare, Throne of Blood ( Macbeth) and Ran ( King Lear). A number of his films were remade in Italy and the United States as westerns, or as action films set in other contexts. [4] His film Seven Samurai is one of the most important touchstones of the genre and the most well known outside Japan. It also illustrates some of the conventions of samurai film in that the main characters are ronin, masterless unemployed samurai, free to act as their conscience dictates.

Importantly, these men tend to deal with their problems with their swords and are very skilled at doing so. It also shows the helplessness of the peasantry and the distinction between the two classes. Masaki Kobayashi directed the films Harakiri and Samurai Rebellion, both cynical films based on flawed loyalty to the clan. Kihachi Okamoto films focus on violence in a particular fashion. In particular in his films Samurai Assassin, Kill!

and Sword of Doom. The latter is particularly violent, the main character engaging in combat for a lengthy 7 minutes of film at the end of the movie. His characters are often estranged from their environments, and their violence is a flawed reaction to this. [4] Hideo Gosha, and many of his films helped create the archetype of the samurai outlaw. Gosha's films are as important as Kurosawa's in terms of their influence, visual style and content, yet are not as well known in the West.

Gosha's films often portrayed the struggle between traditional and modernist thought and were decidedly anti-feudal. He largely stopped making chambara, switching to the Yakuza genre, in the 1970s.

Some of his most noted movies are Goyokin, Hitokiri, Sanbiki no Samurai and Kedamono no Ken ("Sword of the Beast"). Kenji Misumi was active making samurai films from the 1950s to the mid 1970s. He directed roughly 30 films in the genre, including some the Lone Wolf and Cub films, and a number in the Zatoichi and Sleepy Eyes of Death series.

An excellent example of the kind of immediacy and action evident in the best genre is seen Gosha's first film, the Three Outlaw Samurai, based on a television series. Three farmers kidnap the daughter of the local magistrate in order to call attention to the starvation of local peasants, a ronin appears and decides to help them.

In the process, two other ronin with shifting allegiances join the drama, the conflict widens, eventually leading to betrayal, assassination and battles between armies of mercenary ronin. [5] Recently, another director, Keishi Ōtomo has directed a live action adaption of Nobuhiro Watsuki's manga series Rurouni Kenshin, which tells the story of a former Ishin Shishi named Himura Kenshin (formerly known as "Hitokiri Battōsai" (人斬り抜刀斎?) who, after the end of the Bakumatsu, becomes a wanderer of the countryside of Japan offering protection and aid to those in need, as atonement for the murders he once committed as an assassin.

The film was a huge success. Rurouni Kenshin was theatrically released on August 25, 2012 in Japan, grossing over $36 million in that country and over $60 million worldwide as of November 2012. It was released in DVD on December 26, 2012. The film has been licensed for distribution in over 60 countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia. The movie premiered in North America as an opening selection for the 2012 LA EigaFest in December 14, 2012.

Two sequels titled Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Taika-hen and Rurouni Kenshin: Densetsu no Saigo-hen were released in 2014.

Popular characters in samurai films [ edit ] Zatoichi [ edit ] Main article: Nemuri Kyōshirō Nemuri Kyoshirō, the master of the Engetsu ("Full Moon Cut") sword style, was a wandering "lone wolf" warrior plagued by the fact that he was fathered in less than honorable circumstance by a "fallen" Portuguese priest who had turned to worshipping Satan and a Japanese noblewoman whom he had seduced and raped as part of a Black Mass and who had committed suicide after Kyōshirō was born.

As a result, Kyōshirō despised both Christianity (which he considered weak and hypocritical) and the shogunal government (which he considered corrupt). Miyamoto Musashi [ edit ] Main article: Miyamoto Musashi A substantial number of films have been made about Miyamoto Musashi, a famed historical warrior and swordsman, most notably a three-movie series (1954-1956) starring Toshiro Mifune and a six-movie series (1961-1965 and 1971) starring Kinnosuke Nakamura, both based on the novel Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa.

Lone Wolf and Cub [ edit ] Main article: Lone Wolf and Cub Lone Wolf and Cub, the tale of a samurai traveling Japan with his son in a wooden pram (which is armed and on occasion used in combat) was made into a six-film series (1972-1974) starring Tomisaburo Wakayama as Ogami Itto and a live action television series (1973-1976) starring actor Kinnosuke Yorozuya (formerly Kinnosuke Nakamura) as Ogami Ittō.

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Sanjuro [ edit ] Sanjuro, played by Toshiro Mifune, is the wandering ronin character who acts as a yojimbo (bodyguard) in two of Kurosawa's films, Yojimbo and Sanjuro. In both films, 三十郎 Sanjuro (a proper given name but which can also be interpreted as meaning "thirty-years-old") makes up a different surname (桑畑 Kuwabatake which means "mulberry field", and 椿 Tsubaki which means "camellia"), thus leading some to label the character as a "ronin with no name", in reference to the Man with No Name character who was directly inspired by Yojimbo and portrayed by Clint Eastwood in Sergio Leone's " Dollars Trilogy" of Spaghetti Western films.

Mifune later played analogous roles in two films released in 1970, the Zatoichi film Zatoichi Meets Yojimbo (as 佐々大作 Sasa Daisaku), and Incident at Blood Pass (as 鎬刀三郎 Shinogi Tōzaburō = "ridges on a sword" Tozaburo), the two 1972-1974 TV series Ronin of the Wilderness and Yojimbo of the Wilderness (as 峠九十郎 Tōge Kujūrō = "Mountain pass" Kujuro), the 1975 TV series The Sword, the Wind, and the Lullaby (as 砦十三郎 Toride Jūzaburō = "Fortress" Juzaburo), the 1976 TV series Ronin in a Lawless Town (as ミスターの旦那 Misutā no Danna = "Mister customer"), the 1981 TV movie series The Lowly Ronin (as 春夏秋冬 Shunka Shūtō = "Spring-Summer Autumn-Winter"), and the 1983 TV movie The Secret of Cruel Valley (as 素浪人 Surōnin = "Lowly ronin").

The Bored Hatamoto [ edit ] "Bored Hatamoto" Saotome Mondonosuke (also known in English as "The Idle Vassal" and "The Crescent-Scarred Samurai"), was a hatamoto or direct vassal of Shogun Tsunayoshi, whose 'crescent-scar' on his forehead signifies his right to kill in the name of the shogun and rid Japan of corruption and evil. Saotome craves action to fight the boredom he feels when not pitting his sword skill against those who would corrupt Japan.

The character was famously played by Utaemon Ichikawa on film 30 times from 1930-1963 and in a 25 episode TV series from 1973-1974, by Takeo Nakamura in a TV series from 1959-1960, by Hideki Takahashi in a TV series from 1970-1971, by Mikijiro Hira in a 1983 TV movie, and by Kin'ya Kitaōji (Ichikawa's son, who also appeared with his father in some of the films) in 9 made-for-TV movies from 1988-1994 and in a 10 episode TV series in 2001.

Tange Sazen [ edit ] Main article: Tange Sazen Tange Samanosuke, a Sōma clan samurai, is attacked and mutilated as a result of betrayal, losing his right eye and right arm, and becomes a nihilistic ronin, using the pseudonym "Sazen".

He has been played in numerous films by Denjirō Ōkōchi, Tsumasaburō Bandō, Ryūtarō Ōtomo, Ryūnosuke Tsukigata, Kinnosuke Nakamura, and Tetsurō Tanba Himura Kenshin [ edit ] Main article: Himura Kenshin Himura Kenshin is the protagonist of the Rurouni Kenshin manga series created by Nobuhiro Watsuki. Kenshin is a former legendary assassin known as " Hitokiri Battōsai" [note 1]. Kenshin wanders the countryside of Japan offering protection and aid to those in need, as atonement for the murders he once committed as an assassin.

In Tokyo, he meets a young woman named Kamiya Kaoru, who invites him to live in her dojo despite learning about Kenshin's past. Throughout the series, Kenshin begins to establish lifelong relationships with many people, including ex-enemies, while dealing with his fair share of enemies, new and old.

The character is portrayed by actor Takeru Satoh in five live-action films adapting the story, such as Rurouni Kenshin, Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Taika-hen and Rurouni Kenshin: Densetsu no Saigo-hen directed by Keishi Ōtomo.

Themes [ edit ] A samurai film must include samurai warriors, sword fighting, and historical setting. Samurai warriors, in film, are differentiated from other warriors by the code of honor followed to honor the samurai's leader.

A samurai must perforce be skilled in warfare and martial arts and ready to defend his honor even to his death. If not able to defend his honor, a samurai may choose to commit self-disembowelment, seppuku, in order to save reputation or "face". Instead, a samurai may exact vengeance in a case of the loss of someone the samurai cared about, such as occurs in the film Harakiri.

In Harakiri, Hanshiro Tsugumo takes revenge on the house of Kageyu Saito for the loss of his adopted son-in-law, who was forced to commit suicide by the house of Kageyu Saito.

The house of Kageyu Saito refused to give the son-in-law money. Because he had asked to commit suicide he was forced to perform self-disembowelment, with a remarkable twist not revealed in this discussion. Hanshiro knows an example was unrightfully made of his son-in-law in order to discourage the asking by impoverished samurai for donations from the house of Kageyu.

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For instance the Sengoku period (1478–1603) saw Japan torn by civil war as daimyō warlords fought for control of land. In the Tokugawa period (1603–1868), peace from civil war meant there were no wars for the samurai to fight and some samurai became ronin, masterless warriors left to struggle to survive.

In the Meiji period (1868–1912), we see a decline of the hereditary existence of the samurai and the rise of westernization. In this period the ideal of the samurai and the code of bushido are popularized into the military warrior's belief. The time frame meant changes in the sorts of conflicts for the samurai to fight and film would capture their resistance against overwhelming odds.

A recurring conflict the ideal samurai encounters is the ninjō and giri conflict. [9] Ninjō is the human feeling that tells you what is right and giri is the obligation of the samurai to his lord and clan.

The conflict originated from overwhelming control of the Tokugawa bakufu government over the samurai's behavior. Often samurai would question the morality of their actions and are torn between duty and conscience. This conflict transcends eras in samurai films and can create the perception of the protagonist as being the moral underdog or steadfast warrior. In The Last Samurai, Katsumoto is no longer of use to his emperor and sentenced to self-disembowelment. He goes against his duty to follow through with his sentence and flees to fight his final rebellion against the central government's army.

Ninjo and giri conflict is dynamic to the character of the samurai. The samurai warrior is often synonymous with his or her own sword. Although swordsmanship is an important aspect of warfare, idealizing the samurai and the sword as having a bond is an invented ideal, [ citation needed] although it is popularized in many dramas.

The Tokugawa period saw a change in the type of warfare, as combat shifted from the bow and arrow to close range combat with handheld weapons, and competitive sword competition.

There are a number of download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie that occur in samurai film plots. Many feature roaming masterless samurai, seeking work or a place in society. Others are period historical tales of true characters. Others show tales of clan loyalty.

[4] International influence [ edit ] Western cinema [ edit ] Initially early samurai films were influenced by the still growing Western film genre before and during World War II. Since then both genres have had a healthy impact on one another. [10] Two forefathers of the genre, Akira Kurosawa and Masaki Kobayashi, were influenced by American film directors such as John Ford. [11] [12] [13] A number of western movies have re-told the samurai movie in a Western context, particularly Spaghetti Westerns.

Italian director Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars and Walter Hill's Last Man Standing are both remakes of Yojimbo. Clint Eastwood's Man with No Name character was modeled to some degree on Mifune's wandering ronin character that appeared in so many of his films. The Hidden Fortress influenced George Lucas when he made Star Wars. Seven Samurai has been remade as a Western and a science fiction context film, The Magnificent Seven and Battle Beyond the Stars. Other samurai influenced western movies include Charles Bronson and Toshirō Mifune in Red Sun (1971), David Mamet's Ronin (with Jean Reno and Robert De Niro), Six-String Samurai (1998) and Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999).

[14] Seven Samurai was highly influential, often seen as one of the most "remade, reworked, referenced" films in cinema. [15] It made the "assembling the team" trope popular in movies and other media; this has since become a common trope in many action movies and heist films. [16] The visuals, plot and dialogue of Seven Samurai have inspired a wide range of filmmakers, ranging from George Lucas to Quentin Tarantino.

Elements from Seven Samurai have been borrowed by many films, with examples including plot elements in films such as Three Amigos (1986) by John Landis, visual elements in large-scale battle scenes of films such as The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) and The Matrix Revolutions (2003), and borrowed scenes in George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road (2015).

[17] The Zatoichi character was re-made as Blind Fury in the United States, starring Rutger Hauer as a blind swordsman living in the modern US. Most recently, The Last Samurai (2003), the story being loosely based on the true historical French officer Jules Brunet assisting Japanese samurai in rebellion against the Emperor. Hong Kong action cinema [ edit ] See also: Wu xia and Kung fu film Early wu xia weapon martial arts films from Hong Kong action cinema were inspired by Japanese samurai films from the 1940s onwards.

By the early 1970s, these wu xia films had evolved into hand-to-hand kung fu films, popularized by Bruce Lee. In turn, kung fu films from Hong Kong became popular and influential in Japan from the 1970s onwards. [18] List of notable films [ edit ] Title Director Release Date Comments Orochi Buntaro Futagawa 1925.11.20 Humanity and Paper Balloons Sadao Yamanaka 1937.08.25 The 47 Ronin Kenji Mizoguchi 1941.12.01 1941.12.11 Jakoman download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie Tetsu Senkichi Taniguchi 1949.07.11 Rashomon Akira Kurosawa 1950.08.25 Conclusion of Kojiro Sasaki: Duel at Ganryu Island Hiroshi Inagaki 1951.10.26 This was the first time that Toshirō Mifune played Musashi Miyamoto.

Vendetta for a Samurai Kazuo Mori 1952.01.03 Gate of Hell Teinosuke Kinugasa 1953.10.31 Seven Samurai Akira Kurosawa 1954.04.26 Samurai Trilogy • Musashi Miyamoto • Duel at Ichijoji Temple • Duel at Ganryu Island Hiroshi Inagaki 1954.09.26 1955.07.12 1956.01.01 The first film won a Special/Honorary Award at the 1955 Academy Awards for outstanding foreign language film.

Throne of Blood Akira Kurosawa 1957.01.15 A Japanese version of Macbeth. The Hidden Fortress Akira Kurosawa 1958.12.28 A key inspiration for Star Wars Samurai Saga Hiroshi Inagaki 1959.04.28 A Japanese version of Cyrano de Bergerac. The Gambling Samurai Senkichi Taniguchi 1960.03.29 Castle of Flames Tai Kato 1960.10.30 A Japanese version of Hamlet. Sanjuro • Yojimbo • Sanjuro Akira Kurosawa 1961.04.25 1962.01.01 A Fistful of Dollars was based on the first film.

The Tale of Zatoichi Kenji Misui 1962.04.12 Debut of the character Zatoichi, who would go on to appear in 28 more films. [19] Harakiri Masaki Kobayashi 1962.09.16 Won a prize at the Cannes Film Festival.

Chushingura Hiroshi Inagaki 1962.11.03 Three Outlaw Samurai Hideo Gosha 1964.05.13 Samurai Assassin Kihachi Okamoto 1965.01.03 Sword of the Beast Hideo Gosha 1965.09.18 The Sword of Doom Kihachi Okamoto 1966.02.25 Samurai Rebellion Masaki Kobayashi 1967.05.27 This won the Fipresci Prize at the Venice Film Festival. The Saga of Tanegashima Kazuo Mori 1968.05.18 Kill! Kihachi Okamoto 1968.06.22 Samurai Banners Hiroshi Inagaki 1969.03.01 Red Lion Kihachi Okamoto 1969.10.10 Shinsengumi Tadashi Sawashima 1969.12.05 Goyokin Hideo Gosha 1969.05.01 Hitokiri (Tenchu) Hideo Gosha 1969.08.09 Mission: Iron Castle Kazuo Mori 1970.02.07 The Ambitious Daisuke Itō 1970.02.14 Incident at Blood Pass Hiroshi Inagaki 1970.03.21 Shogun's Samurai Kinji Fukasaku 1978.01.21 The Fall of Ako Castle Kinji Fukasaku 1978.10.28 Kagemusha Akira Kurosawa 1980.04.26 Nominated for a best foreign film Oscar.

The Bushido Blade Tsugunobu Kotani 1981 Legend of the Eight Samurai Kinji Fukasaku 1983.12.10 Ran Akira Kurosawa 1985.06.01 A Japanese version of King Lear. Won Oscar for Best Costume Design; won 25 other awards and 15 nominations. Zatoichi: Darkness Is His Ally Shintaro Katsu 1989.02.04 Directed, written and starring Shintaro Katsu. Heaven and Earth Haruki Kadokawa 1991.02.08 Journey of Honor Gordon Hessler 1991.04.27 Produced, written and starring Sho Kosugi. Final samurai role for Toshiro Mifune.

47 Ronin Kon Ichikawa 1994.10.22 After the Rain Takashi Koizumi 1999.09.05 Written by Akira Kurosawa. Received a Japanese Academy Award in 1999 The Twilight Samurai Yōji Yamada 2002.11.02 Nominated for a best foreign film Oscar.

When the Last Sword Is Drawn Yōjirō Takita 2003.01.18 Zatoichi Beat Takeshi 2003.09.02 Directed by and starring Beat Takeshi, this film was the Silver Lion award winner at the Venice Film Festival. The Hidden Blade Yōji Yamada 2004.10.30 Love and Honor Yōji Yamada 2006.12.01 Castle Under Fiery Skies Mitsutoshi Tanaka 2009.09.12 13 Assassins Takashi Miike 2010.09.25 Sword of Desperation Hideyuki Hirayama 2010.07.10 Ichimei Takashi Miike 2011.10.15 Rurouni Kenshin • Rurouni Kenshin • Kyoto Inferno • The Download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie Ends Keishi Ōtomo 2012.08.25 2014.08.01 2014.09.13 Samurai's Promise Daisaku Kimura 2018.09.28 Actors [ edit ] • Sonny Chiba • Chiyonosuke Azuma • Ryunosuke Tsukigata • Raizo Ichikawa • Shintaro Katsu • Tomisaburō Wakayama • Hiroki Matsukata • Toshirō Mifune • Tatsuya Nakadai • Kinnosuke Nakamura • Denjiro Okochi • Ryutaro Otomo • Hiroyuki Sanada • Tetsuro Tamba • Tomisaburo Wakayama • Ken Watanabe • Masakazu Tamura • Tsumasaburo Bando • Utaemon Ichikawa • Hiroki Matsukata Directors [ edit ] • Kinji Fukasaku • Hideo Gosha • Daisuke Ito • Kon Ichikawa download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie Hiroshi Inagaki • Masaki Kobayashi • Akira Kurosawa • Kenji Misumi • Kihachi Okamoto • Kaneto Shindo • Masahiro Shinoda • Takeshi Kitano • Yoji Yamada • Sadao Yamanaka • Tokuzō Tanaka • Kazuo Ikehiro • Kimiyoshi Yasuda • Kazuo Mori • Sadao Nakajima See also [ edit ] • Cinema of Japan • List of historical drama films of Asia • List of samurai films of the 2000s • List of samurai films of the 2010s Notes [ edit ] • ^ " Hitokiri".

The term refers to an assassin and translates as "man-slayer". Within the Rurouni Kenshin universe " Battōsai" refers to someone who has mastered battōjutsu.

[6] Assassins during the bakumatsu adopted professional names; for instance Kawakami Gensai was known as Hitokiri Gensai. [7] References [ edit ] • ^ Hill (2002). • ^ a b Silver (1977), p. 37. • ^ Japan: A New Wave (retrieved on 07/13/2008) • ^ a b c Silver (1977), p. 44. • ^ White, p. 1. • ^ Watsuki, Nobuhiro (2003). "Act 13: The Meaning of the Name". Rurouni Kenshin, Volume 2. Viz Media. ISBN 1-59116-249-1. • ^ Watsuki, Nobuhiro.

"Glossary of the Restoration". Rurouni Kenshin Volume 3. Viz Media. p. 190. • ^ Galloway, Patrick, Stray Dogs & Lone Wolves: The Samurai Film Handbook, (Berkeley: Stone Bridge P, 2005), 16–17. • ^ Galloway, Patrick, Stray Dogs & Lone Wolves: The Samurai Film Handbook, (Berkeley: Stone Bridge P, 2005), 18. • ^ Cowboys and Shoguns: The American Western, Japanese Jidaigeki, and Cross-Cultural Exchange, Kyle Keough, 2008 University of Rhode Island, ( PDF) • download rurouni kenshin the final 2021 full movie Shaw, Justine.

"Star Wars Origins". Far Cry from the Original Site. Archived from the original on November 3, 2015. Retrieved December 20, 2015. December 14, 2015 • ^ Patrick Crogan. " Translating Kurosawa." Senses of Cinema, September 2000, Archived from the original on February 13, 2011 at the Wayback Machine. • ^ "Midnight Eye review: Kwaidan (Kaidan, 1965, Masaki KOBAYASHI)". www.midnighteye.com. Retrieved 2020-02-27. • ^ White, p. 2. • ^ Desser, David (Nov 1998). "Reviewed Work: The Films of Akira Kurosawa by Donald Richie".

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57 (4): 1173. doi: 10.2307/2659350. JSTOR 2659350. • ^ Billson, Anne (30 October 2018). "Why is Seven Samurai so good?". BBC Culture. BBC. Retrieved 31 May 2020.

• ^ Winfrey, Graham (2 May 2017). " 'Seven Samurai': How Akira Kurosawa's Masterpiece Continues to Influence Filmmakers Today — Watch". IndieWire. Penske Media Corporation. Retrieved 31 May 2020. • ^ Shuk-ting, Kinnia Yau (1 October 2005). "Interactions Between Japanese and Hong Kong Action Cinemas". In Morris, Meaghan; Li, Siu Leung; Chan, Stephen Ching-kiu (eds.). Hong Kong Connections: Transnational Imagination in Action Cinema.

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ISBN 978-1-932643-19-0. • ^ "The Tale of Zatoichi (1962) - Kenji Misumi - Synopsis, Characteristics, Moods, Themes and Related - AllMovie".

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• Silver, Alain (1977). The Samurai Film. New York: Overlook Press. ISBN 0-87951-175-3. • White, Allen (22 December 2015). "A Man, a Blade, an Empty Road". UncleanArts. Retrieved 2016-01-11. • Galloway, Patrick (2005). Stray Dogs & Lone Wolves: The Samurai Film Handbook.

Berkeley: Stone Bridge P. • Galloway, Patrick (2009). Warring Clans, Flashing Blades: A Samurai Film Companion.

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Berkeley: Stone Bridge P. • Hobshawn, Eric (1992). The Invention of Tradition. New York: Cambridge UP. External links [ edit ] • Jidaigeki Renaissance Project • Toei Kyoto Studio Park • Gerow, Aaron, ed. (2012). "The Sword and The Screen: The Japanese Period Film 1915-1960". Film Series Commentaries. Yale University Council on East Asian Studies. 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