Yamato damashii

Roger Macy macyroger at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Mar 26 07:22:52 EDT 2010

Dear Sébastien,
I tried to contact you off list, but it has bounced.

I wish I could help you, but when was Yamato damashii, 1924 released in France, please !

(And I would appreciate some suggestions in researching the early exhibition and reception Japanese films in Paris, please.)
macyroger at yahoo.co.uk

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  From: =%UTF-8?Q?S=C3=A9bastien_BONDETTI?= 
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  Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2010 12:01 PM
  Subject: In the realm of senses / Yamato damashii

  Dear all,

  I am lookin for the original american movie poster of Ai no corrida ?
  Do you know where I could find a good digital image of it ?

  I am looking for some informations about a Shochiku movie, called "Yamato damashii" (1924).
  It was released in France as "Yamato le bucheron" (yamato the lumberjack)

  Cinématheque Française

    > Message du 12/03/10 18:31
    > De : "Mark Nornes" 
    > A : "KineJapan at lists.acs.ohio-state.edu" 
    > Copie à : 
    > Objet : Re: finding people
    > On Mar 11, 2010, at 11:56 PM, faith wrote:
    > > I have found Nihon Eiga Jinmei Jiten [Kinema Jumpo] to be most reliable for bios, but there must also be a lot online.
    > An even more complete source is the Tarento meiboroku, or what is usually called just the "Red Book" (guess why). It doesn't have the nice bios of the KJ dictionary. It's strictly contact info, as it's the book the industry uses to find people. 
    > There are other sources as well, all in the Research Guide. The Red Book, and its companion Green Book, are updated every year so you can usually find them dirt cheap at the furuhonya. A nice thing to have on your shelf.
    > Markus 
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