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CineVue
Miyamoto Musashi, a 17th century samurai of mythic status in Japan, is the subject of Hiroshi Inagaki's superlative trilogy. An epic told in three parts, The Samurai Trilogy shows the foolish young Takezo's journey to becoming the legendary samurai ...

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'Westworld' Season 2: The History And Possibilities Of Samurai World

moviepilot.com
A master samurai with legendary stories, Miyamoto Musashi was considered the greatest swordsman of all time. Imagine the possibilities of living alongside the legend during his reign of undefeated duels. We can tag along with Musashi as he lives the ...

1956 Academy Awards Foreign Language Film Winner Samurai The Legend of Musashi News

Miyamoto Musashi (Photo: Shochiku)

A.V. Club
It was his knack for ingratiating himself to authority that allowed Mizoguchi to make his first postwar masterpiece, Utamaro And His Five Women (1946), despite the American occupation's standing ban on samurai-era period films. He would later claim to ...

1956 Academy Awards Foreign Language Film Winner Samurai The Legend of Musashi News

Looking back at The Samurai Trilogy

Den of Geek UK
It was released across three films over as many years but is best enjoyed as a single piece of work; a five-hour biography of legendary swordsman Musashi Miyamoto. The real Musashi lived in the Edo period and, having mastered the art of swordfighting ...

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