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|Directed by||Koroku Numata|
|Written by||Rokuhei Susukita|
|39 minutes (Digital Meme DVD)
48 minutes (Disk Plan DVD)
Kosuzume Tōge (小雀峠 Kosuzume Pass?) is a 1923 black-and-white Japanese silent film directed by Koroku Numata. It is significant because it is the oldest preserved film featuring jidaigeki star Tsumasaburo Bando, appearing in a minor role. The value is further increased by the film being one of the very few extant works featuring the period-drama star Banya Ichikawa in the lead.
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