Travels of Hibari and Chiemi: The Tumultuous Journey

Synopsis:
Genre: Comedy
 
IMDB:
5.4
Year:
1963
85 min
6 Views

TOEI COMPANY LTD.

TRAVELS OF HIBARI AND CHIEMI

(Hibari Chiemi no Yaji Kita Dochu)

Planning by:

SAKAI Ken KOBE Yumi

Screenplay by:

TAKASAWA Kazuyoshi

TAKASHIMA Sadaharu

Music by:
YONEYAMA Masao

Photography by:
YAMAGISHI Nagaki

Production Manager: KAMISAKI Sho

CAST:

MISORA Hibari

ERI Chiemi

TANAKA Haruo

CHIAKI Minoru

YAMAGATA Isao

SAKAI Shunji

AZUMA Chiyonosuke

Directed by:
SAWASHIMA Tadashi

What a grand sight this is!

A thousand gold coins for

this spring scenery is too little...

I, Goemon, value it at 10,000 coins!

This apricot crested kimono

which has no place to hide in Edo

smells of cherry blossoms.

Young lad named Sukeroku...

Come closer...

And take a look.

What a splendid view.

What are you two doing?

We were practicing our acting.

You spoiled the mood.

Rokusuke, what did you

think of my acting just now?

Wasn't it great?

How can you put us in

charge of the footwear?

You have no eye for talent.

Do we have to get into this again?

You are not good

enough to perform on stage.

Is that so?

We will show you!

Listen up, petty officers!

I am the infamous preacher!

I am the infamous preacher!

Brother!

Excuse me!

That hurts!

If you got your clogs, leave!

Excuse me!

Where are they?

Where's number six?

It's not here!

Ouch!

Shouldn't you be wearing your glasses?

I will just go with my instincts.

Let's hang in there.

Here it is.

What?

One side is stolen.

I have no choice but to give it a shot.

That's not mine.

Will you get your act together?

I'm very sorry.

Please bear with only one side of it.

Stop laughing when we are very busy.

Treat him very well.

He's a big patron.

You both look cute!

He's disgusting!

That was a huge crowd!

I'm exhausted.

The clog and footwear

business is closed for the day.

Oh, my.

I don't like these.

Is there more?

What number is it?

Fools!

Didn't a mendicant priest come in?

Where did you hide him?

A mendicant priest?

We only deal in footwear here.

If you have no claim ticket, please leave.

What a big attitude!

It must be a generation gap!

Let's go!

Oh, he was an officer!

I'm sorry.

Thank you.

Whose voice is that?

The mendicant priest!

Oh, my! The mendicant priest!

Thanks for your help!

Hey! Who are you men?

You can't come in!

A man being pursued

by the police is trouble!

Get out!

Wait a minute!

It must be no fun working all day long!

I will give you something nice.

Here you go.

Drink it.

You will feel light-headed in an instant.

Your life will be rosy.

Is that right?

It's sleeping powder.

Sleeping powder?

It will put you to sleep instantly.

Get out, you terrible scum!

Rosy life, my foot!

A rosy life...

A rosy youth...

We have been slaving at work everyday.

Is this how it should be?

We are quickly losing

our precious youth...

What awaits us ahead?

I...

Day after day...

What we see are...

Footwear tickets and feet!

I'll take these for you.

What dirty footwear!

Truly disappointing!

But we still hang in there!

And a rosy life will unfold before us.

Ouch!

Our rosy life... hurts.

And it's too gloomy.

Fools! Hopeless guys!

You fools!

You won't get away with

losing the precious drugs

to the police officers!

What's more important,

you guys or the drugs?

It's... the drugs.

So you know it.

You want me to thank the

priest for helping you?

What do you take me for?

Priest! Get out!

Jigoku (hell)-no-Kumakichi?

We are not entire strangers to each other.

Is this the precious drugs

that you are talking about?

How did you get this?

The officer had it on him,

so I snatched it from him.

Is that right?

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