Tetsu Komai (1894–1970) was a minor Hollywood actor born in Kumamoto, Japan who died in Gardena, California of congestive heart failure. Tetsu had small parts in over 50 films from the 1920s until the mid-1960s. In his early films, Tetsu was often described with derogatory terms such as Chinaman, although he was Japanese. He played the villain in many of his films.
- Detectives (1928)
- Time (August 22, 1932)
- Sunday Arts & Leisure Section, The New York Times (December 1, 1940) p. X-4
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