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Rentaro Mikuni (born January 20, 1923) is a Japanese actor from Gunma Prefecture. He has appeared in over 150 films since making his screen debut in 1951, and has won three Japanese Academy Awards for Best Actor, and a further seven nominations. He also won two Blue Ribbon Awards for Best Actor, in 1960 and in 1989. Kōichi Satō is his son.
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|Samurai I: Musashi Miyamoto||Matahachi||1954|
|The Burmese Harp||Captain Inouye||1956|
|Kwaidan||Husband (segment "Kurokami")||1964|
|Profound Desires of the Gods||Nekichi Futori, the chained son||1968|
|Miyamoto Musashi VI||Baiken Shishido||1971|
|Zatoichi at Large||Boss Tetsugoro||1972|