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  1. House of Bamboo is directed by Sam Fuller who also co-writes with Harry Kleiner. It stars Robert Ryan, Robert Stack, Shirley Yamaguchi and Cameron Mitchell. It's a CinemaScope production with colour by De Luxe, with photography by Joseph MacDonald/5(69).
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  4. House of Junk. David H. Despite some fine cinematography of Japan in the s House of Bamboo is nothing more than transplanted junk. I kept wondering why Robert Ryan's MORE> house of bamboo. kevin sellers
  5. House of Bamboo () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  6. Overview - Writer-director Samuel Fuller’s House of Bamboo () is a gangster-noir for the post-war world: hard, fast, and out of control. Shot entirely on location in Tokyo and Yokohama by the brilliant cinematographer Joe MacDonald, it gives us a look at a brutally exploitative Japanese-based American gang led by a compelling sadist (the one and only Robert Ryan).
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  9. Feb 25,  · ‘House Of Bamboo‘ was the first post-war American movie to be filmed in Japan and as you can imagine most of the Tokyo locations (including Ginza and Asakusa) now look nothing like what’s seen on screen. However, there are a couple of locations which have remained relatively unchanged in the six decades that have passed since filming.

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