Koruto wa ore no pasupoto (A Colt Is My Passport)

Year:
1967
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A NIKKATSU PRODUCTION

A COLT IS MY PASSPOR

Produced by

TAKEO YANAGAWA:

Based on a Story by

SHINJI FUJIWARA:

Screenplay by

NOBUO YAMADA:

SHUICHI NAGAHARA

Cinematography by

SHIGEYOSHI MINE:

Production Design by

TOSHIYUKI MATSUI

Edited by

AKIRA SUZUKI:

Music by

HARUMI IBE:

Starring

JOE SHISHIDO:

CHITOSE KOBAYASHI

JERRY FUJIO:

SHOKI FUKAE:

ZENJI YAMADA:

HIDEAKI ESUMI:

JUN HONGO:

AKIO MIYABE:

TO YOKO TAKECHI:

KOJIRO KUSANAGI:

RYOTARO SUGI:

Featuring

TAKAMARU SASAKI:

ASAO UCHIDA:

ZEKO NAKAMURA:

KANJURO ARASHI:

Directed by

TAKASHI NOMURA:

SHIMAZU:

Shimazu's in the back seat

on the right.

His bodyguard, Funaki,

is on the left.

Shimazu leaves home

every morning at this time

for his office in Ginza.

He keeps a regular schedule,

only varying it

under special circumstances.

The car windows are bulletproof.

This might seem

like a good place to target him,

but those windows

are bulletproof too.

As you can see,

his bodyguard's always with him.

It'll be a tough job,

even for you.

After lunch tomorrow,

he'll be at the bank and foreign ministry,

preparing for his trip abroad.

He should finish at 2:30.

At 3:
00, he'll meet with our boss

one last time in the tearoom at Kikaku.

If I do say so,

our boss is really too kind.

Why meet with Shimazu now?

In any case,

the meeting will last an hour,

so he'll return to his office

shortly after 4:
00.

If he leaves his office

at his usual time, 5:00,

he'll probably go straight home.

There he'll relax

until his departure in two days.

That's about it.

What do you think?

- You've done your research.

- That's my job.

- Your information is reliable?

- Yes.

So... will you do it?

Tomorrow is Shimazu's

last full day in Japan.

If you don't kill him tomorrow,

we're in trouble.

You can do it, right?

You're our last hope.

If you botch it, we're done for.

Here's half the money

and two passports:

One for you,

and one for Mr. Shiozaki.

Please examine them.

It should all be in order.

Here are your boarding passes.

You'll get the other half

at the usual place once the job is done.

But as we agreed,

we'll need to confirm he's dead first.

I'll make sure you can't miss it.

We'd appreciate that.

As I mentioned before,

this port has long been

the Otawara gang's territory,

but recently the Shimazu gang

from Kansai has muscled its way in.

But that needn't be a problem.

We go into Kansai sometimes too.

It's stupid for us to squabble

in a small country like Japan.

We have to dream big,

so we made plans to team up

with a foreign organization.

But Shimazu got greedy.

He stole the deal from us,

and that's why -

That's why he's leaving Japan

the day after tomorrow.

We have to stop him

before he leaves.

That's enough.

Show me the way.

Very well.

I'll be going.

We're counting on you.

Don't kid around!

All done.

A lot of people order

modifications for fun,

but I don't get

many customers like you.

I can understand

souping up the engine,

but why a second brake?

Keep the change.

Thank you, sir!

SHIMAZU:

I'd like to see an apartment.

- What kind?

- Have anything on the fourth floor?

We certainly do.

I'll show you.

This one is perfect.

I liked it right away.

Is that so?

Thank you very much.

This is the best building

in the neighborhood.

I'd like to look around

a bit longer.

Please take your time.

Here are the keys.

I'll most likely take it.

Thank you.

Thank you, sir.

I'll be leaving now.

What do you think?

Very nice. I'd like to live

in a place like that one day.

I'll get you some tea.

Please have a seat.

Tell me:

How did he die?

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