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Hiroshima jingi: Hitojichi dakkai sakusen, Movie, 1976 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Hiroshima Gambling Code
  • Hiroshima Honor and Humanity - Strategy for Recapturing the Hostage
  • The Yakuza Code Still Lives

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s13a RU

2019-05-04 14:44

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[Image: hiroshimajingihitojichidakkaisakusentitle.jpg]

World-wide (English title): The Yakuza Code Still Lives

Country: Japan
Year: 1976
Genre: Action, Crime, Drama

Director: Yûji Makiguchi
Starring: Hiroki Matsukata, Akira Kobayashi, Yutaka Nakajima and others.

Distant/blurry or less important vehicles:
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Trains:
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Ingo DE

2019-05-04 15:30

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low budget production as partly filmed on a junkyard?

s13a RU

2019-05-04 15:39

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Yes, despite this being a Toei Production movie, there is a tendency for old japanese movies in general (especially the ones from the 1970s) to shoot their scenes in a junkyard rather often.

Ingo DE

2019-05-04 21:28

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screw13article wrote Yes, despite this being a Toei Production movie, there is a tendency for old japanese movies in general (especially the ones from the 1970s) to shoot their scenes in a junkyard rather often.

:king: we need more of such stuff!

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