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Atsushi Yamatoya (1936–1993)

Atsushi Yamatoya was born on June 19, 1936 in Mikasa, Hokkaido, Japan. He was a writer and actor, known for Dutch Wife in the Desert (1967), Season of Treason (1966) and Ke no haeta kenjû (1968). He died on January 16, 1993 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »


(age 56) in Tokyo, Japan

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 1988 Dogra Magra (writer)
 1986 Time Stranger
 1985 Gakidama (Video) (screenplay)
 1984 Locke the Superman (screenplay)
 1984 Lupin III: Part III (TV Series)
 1983 Pâman (TV Series) (teleplay)
 1983 Cat's Eye (TV Series) (writer - 2 episodes)
- Harukanaru tottochiino (1983) ... (writer)
- Yakan hikou wa kiken na kaori (1983) ... (writer)
 1980 Monster Kid (TV Series) (teleplay - 1980-)
 1980 The Detective Story (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
- Diamond Panic (1980) ... (teleplay)
 1979 The Fang in the Hole (writer)
 1979 Beautiful Girl Hunter (screenplay)
 1978 Puppets Under Starry Skies (screenplay)
 1975 Ganba no Boken (TV Series) (scenario - 4 episodes)
- The Last Battle: The Great Whirlpool (1975) ... (scenario)
- Grotto of Hell (1975) ... (scenario)
- Ganba Kidnapped by an Eagle (1975) ... (scenario)
- Attack of a Pack of Hunting Dogs (1975) ... (scenario)
 1973 Bankaku Rokku (screenplay)
 1973 Sweet Scent of Eros (writer)
 1972 Sex Hunter: Wet Target (screenplay)
 1971 Lupin the 3rd (TV Series) (screenplay - 1 episode)
- The Man They Called a Magician (1971) ... (screenplay)
 1970 Onna jigoku uta: Shakuhachi benten (as Wataru Hino)
 1970 Secret Hot Spring Resort: Starfish at Night (screenplay - as Wataru Hino)
 1970 Tatto of the Jack (screenplay)
 1969 Notorious Concubines (writer)
 1969 Violent Virgin (writer)
 1969 Nekyôhan (as Kô Hino)
 1968 Ke no haeta kenjû (as Ôyama Murabito)
 1968 Blue Film: Estimation (screenplay - as Murabito Ôyama)
 1967 Branded to Kill (uncredited) / (screenplay)
 1967 A Certain Adultery (story "Kuchibeni")
 1967 Black Narcissus of Lust (as Yoshiaki Ôtani)
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Alternate Names:

Kô Hino | Wataru Hino | Ôyama Murabito | Yoshiaki Ôtani | Murabito Ôyama

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