Mie Nakao

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Mie Nakao (Japanese: 中尾 ミエ ; born 6 June 1946 in Kokura) is a Japanese actress and singer. With Yukari Ito and Mari Sono she co-starred in the hit 1963 teen movie Hai, Hai Sannin Musume ("Yes, Yes, The Three Girls"). The three actress became the latest incarnation of the long-running series of "Three Girls" acts during the 1950s, 60s and 70s, under their manager Watanabe as the Watanabe-Pro Sannin musume (渡辺プロ三人娘).[1] Nakao has continued to appear on television and produce music.

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  1. ^ Mark Schilling The Encyclopedia of Japanese pop culture 0834803801 1997 p.199, "Among the most popular were a trio of teenage girls — Mie Nakao, Yukari Ito, and Mari Sono — under contract to Watanabe. Following their appearance in the hit 1963 teen movie Hai, Hai Sannin Musume (Yes, Yes, The Three Girls), the agency billed them as — what else? — the Sannin Musume..."

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