Tokyo File 212

Tokyo File 212 (Japanese: 東京ファイル212) is a 1951 spy film directed by and.wikipedia
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Lee Frederick

Robert Peyton
The film, a Japanese-American co-production, starred Florence Marly and Robert Peyton in the lead roles while Tetsu Nakamura played the antagonist.
He played the lead character of an intelligence officer in the 1951 espionage thriller Tokyo File 212 opposite Florence Marly.

Florence Marly

The film, a Japanese-American co-production, starred Florence Marly and Robert Peyton in the lead roles while Tetsu Nakamura played the antagonist.
Marly's acting in the espionage film Tokyo File 212 brought her appreciations.

Katsuhiko Haida

Katsuhiko
Katsuhiko Haida, Reiko Otani, Tatsuo Saitō and Heihachirô Ôkawa featured as supporting characters.
He played an important role in the 1951 Tokyo File 212.

Heihachiro Okawa

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Katsuhiko Haida, Reiko Otani, Tatsuo Saitō and Heihachirô Ôkawa featured as supporting characters. In addition to the above, Heihachirô Ôkawa, Jun Tazaki and Dekao Yokoo also played minor roles.
He is best known for Moyuru ōzora (1940), Dawn of Freedom (1944) Tokyo File 212 (1951), Floating Clouds (1955) and The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957).

Jun Tazaki

In addition to the above, Heihachirô Ôkawa, Jun Tazaki and Dekao Yokoo also played minor roles.

Tetsu Nakamura (actor)

Tetsu NakamuraTetu Nakamura
The film, a Japanese-American co-production, starred Florence Marly and Robert Peyton in the lead roles while Tetsu Nakamura played the antagonist.
He played the antagonist in Tokyo File 212 (1951) and a supporting role in Geisha Girl (1952).

Tatsuo Saitō

Tatsuo Saito
Katsuhiko Haida, Reiko Otani, Tatsuo Saitō and Heihachirô Ôkawa featured as supporting characters.

Ichimaru

Real life geisha Ichimaru appeared in a song sequence.
She also had a brief role in the 1951 film Tokyo File 212.

George Breakston

George P. BreakstonGeorge Paul Breakston
George Breakston wrote the film's script and co-produced it with Dorrell McGowan jointly under the banner of their newly formed Breakston–McGowan Productions and Japanese.
Returning to Japan, Breakston co-produced and wrote Tokyo File 212 a 1951 American film credited as Hollywood's first feature film totally filmed in Japan.

Atami

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She takes Cater to meet Oyama at an enkai party at a resort in Atami.

Melvin Belli

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Californian lawyer Melvin Belli executive-produced the feature while composer Albert Glasser provided the film's score.
Belli executive produced Tokyo File 212 (1951), Hollywood's first film to be shot entirely in Japan.

Cyclone Fury

Prominent films it was double billed with included Sealed Cargo and Cyclone Fury (both 1951).
It was double billed with Tokyo File 212.

Albert Glasser

Californian lawyer Melvin Belli executive-produced the feature while composer Albert Glasser provided the film's score.

Co-production (media)

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The film, a Japanese-American co-production, starred Florence Marly and Robert Peyton in the lead roles while Tetsu Nakamura played the antagonist.

Geisha

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Real life geisha Ichimaru appeared in a song sequence.

Principal photography

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Principal photography commenced on July 21, 1950 in Japan and was completed in 36 days; making it Hollywood's first feature film to be shot entirely in Japan.

Feature film

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Principal photography commenced on July 21, 1950 in Japan and was completed in 36 days; making it Hollywood's first feature film to be shot entirely in Japan.

RKO Pictures

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RKO Pictures distributed the film in the US.

Enoshima

Enoshima IslandEnoshima Yacht HarborEnoshima, Kanagawa Prefecture
Back at his hotel, Jim receives a telegram informing him to reach Enoshima island.

Kamikaze

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He meets Taro's father Matsudo, a government official, who tells him that Matsudo aspired to be a kamikaze pilot but when Japan surrendered during World War II, he was disappointed with the government and sided with the Communists.

World War II

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He meets Taro's father Matsudo, a government official, who tells him that Matsudo aspired to be a kamikaze pilot but when Japan surrendered during World War II, he was disappointed with the government and sided with the Communists.

North Korea

Democratic People's Republic of KoreaNorthDPRK
Meanwhile, Steffi meets Oyama who promises her that in return for spying on Carter she would be able to meet her sister in North Korea.

Nomikai

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She takes Cater to meet Oyama at an enkai party at a resort in Atami.

Takarazuka Revue

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Next, he goes to Tokyo's Takarazuka Theater where he meets Taro's lover Namiko.

Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department

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The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department intervenes to restore peace.