Samurai Wolf II

Synopsis: The second and final installment in Gosha's Samurai Wolf carries on many on the hallmarks as the original: the same freeze-frame battle cry opening montage, the same awesome harmonica theme music, another title sequence in which Kiba is enjoying a snack. Kiba's trademark scissors are once again employed as a key plot device, and Kiba continues to demonstrate his honesty and honor in a corrupt and dirty world.
 
IMDB:
7.2
Year:
1967
72 min
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SAMURAI WOLF 2

(KIBA OKAMINOSUKE)

HELL-CU (JIGOKUGIRI)

Original Story by

GOSHA Hideo

Script by

SUZUKI Norifumi

ONO Yasuko

Photography by

YOSHIDASadatsugu

Lighting by

NAKAYAMA Haruo

Music by

TSUSHIMAToshiaki

Sound by

MIZUGUCHI Masayoshi

Film Editing By

HORIIKE Kozo

Cast

NATSUYAGI Isao

NAKATANI Ichiro

AMAzU Satoshi

KUSUNOKI Yuko

AOI Chiyo

FUJI Rumiko

ORIMOTO Junkichi

AOKI Yoshiaki

SATO Kyoichi

USHIO Kenji

SHIOJI Akira

NISHIMURA Ko

Directed by

GOSHA Hideo

Who are you?

Kiba...

Okaminosuke.

Kiba?

Kiba (teeth).

Like these.

Hey you!

Are you trying to interrupt the

Kazama Dojo's fighting practice?

It's a weird practice

also your skills are very soft.

Like this persimmon.

What?!

Are you trying to find fault

with our fighting style?

Isn't your style already faulty?

Damn you!

It's okay now.

You go home now!

But you can't go like that.

Okay, you go home!

Hey, stop it!

I'm glad!

Is she crazy?

- Kiba Okaminosuke?

He's a rogue!

Anyway, I wanted to report to you.

What fighting style

did he use?

I'm not sure,

but it was lai-Giri (Quick-draw).

He was very skillful!

Stand up!

- Huh?

Stand up, Gunbei!

- Sensei!

Draw your sword.

Attack me the

way he used lai-Giri!

Come on!

Did you understand?

The Kazama dojo teachings

will beat any lai-Giri.

Kiba,

I, Ikkaku will kill you!

We're going to take a break here.

- Yes.

- Hey, let's take a break!

Wait!

You can't drink that water!

Who are you?

You are irresponsible!

If you think I am lying,

you better try that first.

- He is right!

This water is from Mount Higasa

and it's contaminated with poison.

The farmers who lived around

here left because of that.

Hey, please give me water!

I don't care if it's contaminated or not,

because I am going to be a

sun-dried human body soon!

Shut up!

What are you complaining about?

My body is going to crack open very soon!

It's one of the punishments for you!

When you get thirsty,

you better think about what you've done!

Didn't your policy say that one

must respect even a bad wolf?

What's that?

Hey hey hey, who gave you permission?

Don't get so uptight and have one!

Hey, Karubei!

What's your name?

Kiba Okaminosuke.

I am the thief, "Black cat"

who broke into the house of a Samurai.

I am not just a petty thief

but big time.

Didn't you ever hear my name before?

No, I didn't.

Would you like to have some?

You have a weird name,

but you're considerate.

He so resembles him...

During his lifetime, my father

made his living by 'Dojo Yaburi'

(Raiding Dojos and beating them all up for money)

INN:

I was always hungry.

Hey hey, how long were you following us?

If you don't stop following us,

you will be arrested too.

Officer,

what did that ronin do?

This is very sweet!

You really don't know?

He is Kawazu Magobei who went after

a Shogunate official,

Mishina Mondo-san.

And killed him.

Mount Higasayama's gold mine

was closed down a year ago.

Mishina-sama was patrolling there

when Magobei killed him.

What for?

I think he killed him because

he just didn't like an officer.

Hey! Are you Takada-sama

who came from the castle town?

That's right.

I came from Nishida village over there

and the officers escorting

criminals were poisoned by bad water...

Bad water?

- Yes.

They must get to the administration

office in Arakawa by end of the day.

We know this is too much to ask of you,

but the chief who is very

sick hopes that you'll

let us join your group, Takada-sama.

Do you have the letter?

Oh, that woman is Oni-Azami Oren.

She had an affair with the

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Hideo Gosha

Hideo Gosha (五社 英雄, Gosha Hideo, February 26, 1929 – August 30, 1992) was a Japanese film director. Born in Arasaka, Tokyo Prefecture, Gosha graduated from high school and served in the Imperial Navy during the Second World War. After earning a business degree at Meiji University, he joined Nippon television as a reporter in 1953. In 1957 he moved on to the newly founded Fuji Television and rose through the ranks as a producer and director. One of his television shows, the chambara Three Outlaw Samurai, so impressed the heads of the Shochiku film studio that he was offered the chance to adapt it as a feature film in 1964. Following this film's financial success, he directed a string of equally successful chambara productions through the end of the 1960s. His two most critical and popular successes of the period are Goyokin and Hitokiri (also known as Tenchu), both released in 1969 and both considered to be two of the finest examples of the chambara genre. During the 1970s Gosha abandoned pure chambara and turned his productive energies toward films in the yakuza genre but he still produced period sword films such as The Wolves (1971 film) (1972), Bandits vs. Samurai Squadron (1978), and Hunter in the Dark (1979). His films Three Outlaw Samurai and Sword of the Beast (1965) have been released by Criterion.By the early 1980s, Gosha began making period films that featured prostitutes as protagonists that were renowned for their realism, violence, and overt sexuality. They were critically panned for those very reasons, but they were also all box office successes. In 1984 he was awarded the Japan Academy Prize for Director of the Year for The Geisha.Gosha’s films have influenced directors including Chang Cheh, Takashi Miike, and Yoshiaki Kawajiri. more…

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