Kadokawa Daiei Studio

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Kadokawa Daiei Studio, formerly Kadokawa Pictures Inc. is the film division of Japanese company Kadokawa Corporation.wikipedia
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Kadokawa Shoten

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In 1945, Genyoshi Kadokawa established Kadokawa Shoten Publishing Co., focusing on the publishing business.
Since its founding, Kadokawa has expanded into the multimedia sector, namely in video games (as Kadokawa Games) and movies (as Kadokawa Pictures).

Daiei Film

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Kadokawa Shoten later acquired Daiei Film Co. from Tokuma Shoten following the passing of its president, Yasuyoshi Tokuma. It approached Toho Company Ltd. about co-producing Godzilla vs. Gamera in 2002, but the offer was rejected, so it turned its attention to reviving some of the combined studio's best-known properties since the Daiei Film Co. era.
It declared bankruptcy in 1971 and was acquired by Kadokawa Pictures.

The Great Yokai War

2005 saw successful releases for both Masaaki Tezuka's Samurai Commando: Mission 1,549 (Sengoku Jieitai 1,549) and Takashi Miike’s The Great Yokai War (Yokai Daisenso). As these two films opened in Japan, it revealed that the studio would begin shooting the twelfth Gamera film in July 2005.
The Great Yokai War is a 2005 Japanese fantasy children's film directed by Takashi Miike and produced by Kadokawa Pictures.

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From 1945 through the Toei merger, Tokyo-Yokohama Films leased from the Daiei Motion Picture Company a second studio in Kyoto.

Kadokawa Corporation

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Kadokawa Daiei Studio, formerly Kadokawa Pictures Inc. is the film division of Japanese company Kadokawa Corporation.
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Mystery Science Theater 3000

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Five of their original eight Gamera films were mocked (twice) on Mystery Science Theater 3000.
According to Shout Factory, the Japanese movie studio Kadokawa Pictures were so horrified with MST3K's treatment of five Gamera films that they refused to let Shout release the episodes on home video.

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It approached Toho Company Ltd. about co-producing Godzilla vs. Gamera in 2002, but the offer was rejected, so it turned its attention to reviving some of the combined studio's best-known properties since the Daiei Film Co. era.
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Kadokawa Daiei Studio, formerly Kadokawa Pictures Inc. is the film division of Japanese company Kadokawa Corporation.

Haruki Kadokawa

In 1975, Kadokawa's president, Haruki Kadokawa decided to venture into the film business, launching the film division of Kadokawa Shoten, thus Kadokawa Pictures was born.

The Inugami Family (1976 film)

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The company's first film was the 1976 release The Inugamis, directed by Kon Ichikawa and adopted from a Kadokawa Shoten published novel written by Seishi Yokomizo.

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The company's first film was the 1976 release The Inugamis, directed by Kon Ichikawa and adopted from a Kadokawa Shoten published novel written by Seishi Yokomizo.

Seishi Yokomizo

The company's first film was the 1976 release The Inugamis, directed by Kon Ichikawa and adopted from a Kadokawa Shoten published novel written by Seishi Yokomizo.

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Its biggest failure came in 1992 when the 25 million US$ film Ruby Cairo, starring Andie MacDowell, failed to find a distributor in the United States.

Ruby Cairo

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Its biggest failure came in 1992 when the 25 million US$ film Ruby Cairo, starring Andie MacDowell, failed to find a distributor in the United States.

Andie MacDowell

Its biggest failure came in 1992 when the 25 million US$ film Ruby Cairo, starring Andie MacDowell, failed to find a distributor in the United States.

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Haruki Kadokawa was forced to resign from Kadokawa Shoten after being arrested for smuggling cocaine.

Tokuma Shoten

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Kadokawa Shoten later acquired Daiei Film Co. from Tokuma Shoten following the passing of its president, Yasuyoshi Tokuma.

Takashi Miike

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2005 saw successful releases for both Masaaki Tezuka's Samurai Commando: Mission 1,549 (Sengoku Jieitai 1,549) and Takashi Miike’s The Great Yokai War (Yokai Daisenso). As these two films opened in Japan, it revealed that the studio would begin shooting the twelfth Gamera film in July 2005.

Shout! Factory

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According to Shout! Factory, because of this, they were horrified by the mockery and refused to let Shout!

YouTube

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* Kadokawa Anime Channel at YouTube