Most Popular Tsunehiko Watase Trailers
Total trailers found: 48
13 January 1973
In the teeming black markets of postwar Japan, Shozo Hirono and his buddies find themselves in a new war between factious and ambitious yakuza.
Antarctica Trailer (1983)
23 July 1983
Two Japanese scientists, Ushioda and Ochi, develop a bond with their sled dogs while on an expedition in Antarctica.
G.I. Samurai Trailer (1979)
17 September 1979
A squadron of Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers find themselves transported through time to their country's warring states era, when rival samurai clans were battling to become the supreme Shogun.
19 December 1981
A high-school girl inherits a declining yakuza organization, which seeks to repair its fortunes under her leadership.
25 September 1973
The film is set in 1960, fifteen years after the end of the end of World War II. Shozo Hirono (Bunta Sugawara), the protagonist of the first film in the series, has managed to separate from the Yamamori family, create his own small family, and extend his circle of acquaintances.
12 January 1971
A yakuza gang gets driven out of Yokohama by a big gang from Tokyo. They relocate to Okinawa to violently start over.
28 October 1978
This is the story of "The Forty-Seven Ronin." Based on historical events in 1701-2, the movie tells the tale of the Asano clan's downfall and the revenge of its former samurai on the perpetrator of the catastrophe.
24 May 1973
Girl Boss Ruriko and her cellmates escape from a greedy corrupt reform school that's more interested in cheating the government out of money than reformation.
The Silk Road Trailer (1988)
25 June 1988
In 1026, students in western China are shanghaied into the forces of crown prince Li Yuanhao of Xi Xia, who wants to control the length of the Silk Road.
Heaven and Earth Trailer (1990)
24 November 1990
Warlords Kagetora and Takeda each wish to prevent the other from gaining hegemony in feudal Japan. The two samurai leaders pursue one another across the countryside, engaging in massive battles of cavalry and infantry.
Hell Riders in Kyoto Trailer (1973)
01 January 1973
An entertaining early 70s TOEI rider flick directed by Takayuki Miyagawa, and scripted by Norfumi Suzuki.
Call from Darkness Trailer (1981)
26 September 1981
Keiko Inagawa (Asami Kobayashi) pays a visit to neurologist Aizawa about her fiancé Tatsuo Tamura (Kaoru Kobayashi).
29 May 1976
Although not an official sequel (Shihomi plays a different character), the film is often referred to as a sequel to the series.
Heaven Sent Trailer (1979)
28 December 1979
Sayoko (Kaori Momoi) is desperate to bear a child of her own, but her live-in boyfriend Shinsaku (Tsunehiko Watase) strenuously objects to the idea.
21 April 1971
Reiko Oshida stars as a young wannabe gangster tough girl, just released from reform school. She tracks down one of her classmates fathers, who runs an auto repair shop that the local Yakuza are trying to force out of business and take over, and starts working for him.
Tokyo Blackout Trailer (1987)
16 January 1987
Based on a science-fiction novel by Sakyo Komatsu. Tokyo is suddenly covered by a dome shaped electromagnetic cloud for an unknown reason and is totally blocked and isolated from other parts of the world.
29 April 1977
A Japanese geologist discovers that dinosaurs still exist in caves beneath the surface of a volcanic lake.
Death Shadows Trailer (1986)
20 September 1986
Three men sentenced to death are spared and changed into “shadows executioners”, a group of ruthless ninja working for mysterious high ranking officials.
23 February 1980
The tale takes place around 1650, after the death of the third Tokugawa shogun, when ronin were expelled from Edo, the military capital.
One Bowl of Kakesoba Trailer (1992)
15 February 1992
Set in Sapporo during the oil crisis of the early '70s, the film centers on the Hokkaitei soba stand run by a stoic patriarch (Tsunehiko Watase) and his perky wife (Yoshie Ichige).
20 March 2009
Sanpei is a young boy who lives with his grandpa in a small village in Akita and they both love fishing and are masters at it.
31 July 1971
Hoodlum group helps fishermen against firm polluting their fishing ground.
Carmen 1945 Trailer (1988)
09 April 1988
Prostitutes in burnt out Tokyo ghetto of post-WWII Japan peddle their flesh and save one-third of their money for a proposed dancehall to be named Paradise.
01 January 1971
Gang leader Nami (cult film legend Meiko Kaji) kills a member of a yakuza group and goes away to prison.
28 December 1974
The sixth chapter of Jingi Naki Tatakai series With the endless power struggle. The extraordinary combination of Kinji Fukasaku and Bunta Sugawara, along with new ideas and a strong touch of realism, created the sixth movie of the series that describes 'The War of Hiroshima Gangsters' which had lasted almost 30 years after World War II.
30 March 1974
Hijiriko makes off from the bar she works at with money and a car that isn't hers. Meanwhile, Jiro Katagiri is up to no good with his gangster friends and ends up making off with all their ill-gotten gains, much to their disapproval.
Lovers Lost Trailer (1982)
12 June 1982
A poignant love story between a 29-year-old woman, who has once been a prostitute but is now the mistress of a wealthy jewelry merchant, and a 19-year-old college student.
Andromedia Trailer (1998)
11 July 1998
After his daughter Mai is killed in an auto accident, a genius programmer recreates her in the form of a computer program called AI.
05 April 1980
The 224-minute compilation edition of the first four films in the series.
A Bridge of Tears Trailer (1983)
17 June 1983
Japanese drama film.
Okinawa Yakuza War Trailer (1976)
01 January 1976
Chiba, looking gnarly, and acting as animalistic as ever, stars alongside Matsukata as violent gangsters battling their way through fight after bloody fight with rival yakuza on the streets of Okinawa.
04 August 1984
In Shibamata, Tokyo, Tora-san's family prepares for a wedding. Meanwhile, the traveling Tora-san meets an old acqaintance in Iwate Province.
Writhing Tongue Trailer (1980)
22 November 1980
Masako, a five-year-old girl living in the suburbs of Chiba, gets a tiny scratch on her finger while playing with mud in a marsh.
28 January 1976
Like its title, this crazy Toei film from 1976 falls neatly into two parts. The first details the exploits of two bank robbers who specialize in "smash and grab" style heists.
29 December 1971
Pinku from 1971.
The Experience Trailer (1970)
06 October 1970
Two boys and two girls become acquainted and fall in love.
The Tattooed Hit Man Trailer (1977)
01 January 1977
The most dangerous hired gun in Tokyo's underworld has managed to trigger a vicious gang war, and now, there's a contract on his life.
Time and Tide Trailer (1983)
18 March 1983
An antique shop "Jidaiya" sells time not antiques. One day a lady run into this shop with a cat.
Karate Killer Trailer (1973)
13 October 1973
Karate master Kiba Naoto fights to protect his younger sister.
23 September 1978
Taking the Chilean coup as an example, a group of young officers plan to overthrow the Japanese government on V-J Day.
The Last Glory Trailer (1970)
29 October 1970
With World War II is coming to its end and Japan nearing defeat, Japanese military leaders step up suicide attacks on Allied ships.
01 January 1973
by Sadao Nakajima
Gekitotsu! Aikidô Trailer (1975)
01 January 1975
It is about the life of Ueshiba - the founder of aikido. We can see how he decided to develop aikido and how he did it.
01 January 1970
The second film in the series.
Bodyguard Kiba Trailer (1973)
30 June 1973
14 September 1972
Kogarashi Monjiro is a lone samurai who agrees to take responsibility for a murder that his friend committed so that he can stay with his dying mother, with the expectation that his friend will confess and get him pardoned once she dies.
16 December 1972
Pinku from 1972.
Gate of Youth 2 Trailer (1982)
23 January 1982
Mid 50s: the trials and tribulations of Shinsuke Ibuki, freshly arrived in Tokyo from Kyushu.