Norifumi Suzuki

Norifumi Suzuki, also known as Noribumi Suzuki, was a Japanese film director and screenwriter.wikipedia
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Torakku Yarō

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He is best known for the Torakku Yarō series. His 1975 film Torakku Yarō: Goiken Muyō, starring Bunta Sugawara and co-written with Shinichiro Sawai, was also a huge success and spawned nine sequels.
All ten films in the series were directed by Noribumi Suzuki and starred Bunta Sugawara as Momojiro Hoshi ("Ichibanboshi" or "first star") and Kinya Aikawa as Kinzo Matsushita, also known as "Jonathan".

Sex & Fury

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Sex & Fury, translated Story of Delinquent Female Boss: o-Chō Inoshika, is a 1973 Japanese action-thriller film directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starring Reiko Ike.

Shinichiro Sawai

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His 1975 film Torakku Yarō: Goiken Muyō, starring Bunta Sugawara and co-written with Shinichiro Sawai, was also a huge success and spawned nine sequels.
Graduating in 1961, he joined the Toei Company as an assistant director and worked under such directors as Masahiro Makino and Noribumi Suzuki.

Girl Boss Guerilla

Girl Boss Guerilla (1972)
The third in the seven-film Girl Boss series, it was directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starred Miki Sugimoto and Reiko Ike.

Terrifying Girls' High School: Lynch Law Classroom

Terrifying Girls' High School: Lynch Law Classroom (1973)
The second in the Terrifying Girls' High School series, this was the last entry in the series directed by Norifumi Suzuki and to pair Reiko Ike and Miki Sugimoto.

Sukeban (film)

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Sukeban (1973)
Girl Boss Revenge: Sukeban is a 1972 Japanese exploitation film that is directed by Norifumi Suzuki and stars lead females of the genre, Reiko Ike and Miki Sugimoto.

Roaring Fire

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Hoero! Tekken a.k.a. Roaring Fire (1982)
Roaring Fire is a 1981 Japanese martial arts film co-written and directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starring Hiroyuki Sanada, Etsuko Shihomi, and Sonny Chiba, who also choreographed the film's action sequences.

School of the Holy Beast

School of the Holy Beast (1974)
Praising the work of writer/director Norifumi Suzuki as well as the leading actors, critic Donald Guarisco of Allmovie says, "This Japanese shocker manages to [be] shocking and artistically stunning all at once."

Igano Kabamaru

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Iga-no Kabamaru (1983)
A live action film based on the plot of the manga and the anime was released in August 6, 1983, directed by Norifumi Suzuki.

Shizuoka (city)

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Suzuki was born in 1933 in Shizuoka.

Ritsumeikan University

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He dropped out of Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, and subsequently joined Toei's Kyoto Studio as an assistant director in 1956, learning his craft under Masahiro Makino, Tai Kato and Tomu Uchida.

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He dropped out of Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, and subsequently joined Toei's Kyoto Studio as an assistant director in 1956, learning his craft under Masahiro Makino, Tai Kato and Tomu Uchida.

Kyoto

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He dropped out of Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, and subsequently joined Toei's Kyoto Studio as an assistant director in 1956, learning his craft under Masahiro Makino, Tai Kato and Tomu Uchida.

Masahiro Makino

He dropped out of Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, and subsequently joined Toei's Kyoto Studio as an assistant director in 1956, learning his craft under Masahiro Makino, Tai Kato and Tomu Uchida.

Tai Kato

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He dropped out of Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, and subsequently joined Toei's Kyoto Studio as an assistant director in 1956, learning his craft under Masahiro Makino, Tai Kato and Tomu Uchida.

Tomu Uchida

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He dropped out of Ritsumeikan University's Department of Economics, and subsequently joined Toei's Kyoto Studio as an assistant director in 1956, learning his craft under Masahiro Makino, Tai Kato and Tomu Uchida.

Makoto Fujita

He made his screenwriting debut on director Kōkichi Uchide's 1963 film Zoku: Tenamonya Sandogasa (co-written with Takaharu Sawada), and his directorial debut in 1965 with Osaka Dokonjō Monogatari: Doerai Yatsu, starring Makoto Fujita.

Sumiko Fuji

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At the behest of Toei producer Shigeru Okada, Suzuki wrote the script for female gambler film Red Peony Gambler (1968) starring Junko Fuji, which became a hit series spanning eight films.

Bunta Sugawara

His 1975 film Torakku Yarō: Goiken Muyō, starring Bunta Sugawara and co-written with Shinichiro Sawai, was also a huge success and spawned nine sequels.

Yokohama Film Festival

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At the 1985 Yokohama Film Festival, he was awarded a special prize for his career.

Kōji Wakamatsu

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Suzuki's last film was Binbari High School, released in 1990 and produced by Kōji Wakamatsu.

Screenwriter

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