Keiko Kishi

Keiko Kishi


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Yakuza, The (1974) -- (Movie Clip) You Think I'm Too Old? First appearance of top-billed Robert Mitchum, in Los Angeles, as low-energy detective and WWII vet Harry, taking a call from war buddy and Tokyo-based businessman Tanner (Brian Keith), who’s just been threatened by Japanese gangsters, who mentions an old love interest (Keiko Kishi), in The Yakuza, 1974.
Yakuza, The (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Justice, Peace And Humanity Complex exposition by director Sydney Pollack, from the screenplay by Leonard and Paul Schrader and Robert Towne, as Japanese-resident American WWII vet Wheat (Herb Edelman) explains for youngster Dusty (Richard Jordan), the son of another war-buddy, the background of Harry (Robert Mitchum), with whom he’s traveling, and his old-flame Eiko (Keiko Kishi), in The Yakuza, 1974.
Kwaidan -- (Movie Clip) The Woman of the Snow The Snow Maiden (Keiko Kishi) appears before the woodcutter Minikichi (Tatsuya Nakadai) in "The Woman of the Snow," the second segment of director Masaki Kobayashi's celebrated horror anthology Kwaidan, 1965.
Early Spring (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Where's The Wife? The gang from the office on the weekend hike they planned, married Shoji (Ryo Ikebe) and Chiyo (Keiko Kishi), nicknamed "Goldfish" and the well-known office flirt, pair off, with outwardly innocent conversation, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.
Early Spring (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Why Is He So Jealous? Still giddy after her generally above-board visit over the weekend with married Shoji (Ryo Ikebe), office flirt Chiyo (Keiko Kishi) makes a colleague (Chieko Nakakita) wonder, then meets him for a somewhat secret lunch, in Yasujiro Ozu's Early Spring, 1956.