Yakuza's Law: Yakuza Keibatsushi: Rinchi Trailer

Yakuza's Law: Yakuza Keibatsushi: Rinchi Trailer (1969)

27 June 1969 Drama, Action, Crime 96 mins

The film is divided into three parts - the first two taking place in feudal Japan, the last segment being more "modern" and set in the late 1960's. All three deal with those that have broken the Yakuza code, and their subsequent torture and dispatch.

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Teruo Ishii

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International Titles

やくざ刑罰史 私刑(リンチ)! Trailer

Yakuza keibatsu-shi: Rinchi - shikei! Trailer

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