Riichiro Manabe

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Riichirō Manabe (真鍋理一郎, Manabe Riichirō) (November 9, 1924 – January 29, 2015)[1][2] was a Japanese composer. He wrote scores for numerous science fiction, horror, and kaiju films.

Filmography[edit]

  • Suzaki paradise: Akashingō (洲崎パラダイス 赤信号 Suzaki paradaisu Akashingō) aka Suzaki Paradise Red Light (1956)
  • Hungry Soul (飢える魂) (1956)
  • Summer Storm (夏の嵐 Natsu no arashi) (1956)
  • Super Giant - The Artificial Satellite and the Destruction of Humanity (スーパー・ジャイアンツ 人工衛星と人類の破滅 - Sūpā Jaiantsu - Jinkō Eisei to Jinrui no Hametsu) (1957)
  • Super Giant - The Spaceship and the Clash of the Artificial Satellite (スーパー・ジャイアンツ 宇宙艇と人工衛星の激突 - Sūpā Jaiantsu - Uchūtei to Jinkō Eisei no Gekitotsu) (1958)
  • Kokoro to nikutai no tabi (完全な遊戯) (1958)
  • Kanzenna yûgi (1958)
  • Nora neko (1958)
  • Noren (暖簾)(1958)
  • Onna o wasurero (1959)
  • Yoru no togyo (1959)
  • High Teen (1959)
  • Jigoku no magarikado (1959)
  • A Street of Love and Hope (Ai to kibô no machi) (1959)
  • Room for Let (Kashima ari) (1959)
  • The Five Jolly Thieves (Shiranami gonin otoko: tenka no ô-dorobô) (1960)
  • Hito mo arukeba (1960)
  • Cruel Story of Youth (1960)
  • The Sun's Burial (1960)
  • Kenka Tarô (1960)
  • Night and Fog in Japan (1960)
  • Ponkotsu (1960)
  • 'Akasaka no shimai' yori: yoru no hada (1960)
  • Shôjo (1961)
  • Romance Express (1961)
  • Aoi me no sugao (1961)
  • Kono wakasa aru kagiri (1961)
  • Kill the Killer! (1961)
  • Keishichô monogatari: jûni-nin no keiji (1961)
  • Machi (1961)
  • A Wife Confesses (1961)
  • The Catch (1961)
  • Urusai imôtotachi (1961)
  • Shiro Amakusa, the Christian Rebel (1962)
  • Heso no taisho (1962)
  • Gang domei (1963)
  • Fushigina Kusuri (Short) (1965)
  • Hatoba no taka (1967)
  • The Smell of Poison (1967)
  • Kamo to negi (1968)
  • Â Himeyuri no Tô (1968)
  • Sogeki (1968)
  • Front Row Life (1968)
  • Fukushû no uta ga kikoeru (1968)
  • Stormy Era (1969)
  • Burakku comedi (1969)
  • Oretachi no kôya (1969)
  • Koto no taiyo (1969)
  • Yakuza bangaichi (1969)
  • Exiled to Hell (1969)
  • Cruel Female Love Suicide (残酷おんな情死 Zankoku onna jōshi) (1970)
  • Oiroke komikku (1970)
  • Kigeki kudabare! Otoko-dama (1970)
  • Terror in the Streets (1970)
  • The Vampire Doll (1970)
  • The Militarists (1970)
  • Winter in Narita (Documentary) (1970)
  • Profile of a Boss's Son (1970)
  • Showa hito keta shachô tai futaketa shain (1971)
  • Lake of Dracula (1971)
  • Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971)
  • Zoku Showa hito keta shachô tai futaketa shain: Getsu-getsu kasui moku kinkin (1971)
  • Hakuchô no uta nanka kikoenai (1972)
  • Love Hunter (1972)
  • Manatsu no Yoru no Jôji (1972)
  • Wolf Guy (1973)
  • Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973)
  • Ame no yo no jôji (1973)
  • Hitozuma: nokoribi (1973)
  • Onna kyôshi: Amai seikatsu (1973)
  • Hirusagari no jôji: Uwasa no kangofu (1974)
  • Flower and Snake (1974)
  • Evil of Dracula (1974)
  • Okita Sôji (1974)
  • The Gate of Youth (1975)
  • Akan ni hatsu (1975)
  • Kamome-yo, kirameku umi o mitaka/meguri ai (1975)
  • The Possessed (1976)
  • Boko! (1976)
  • Gakusei mabu: shojo no aji (1976)
  • The Gate of Youth Part 2 (1977)
  • Shûdôjo Rushia: Kegasu (1978)
  • Tatsu no ko Taro (1979)
  • Jigoku (1979)
  • Taiyo no ko teda no fua (1980)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "眞鍋理一郎(まなべ・りいちろう)(Manabe Riichiro, profile)". Riichiro Manabe's homepage (in Japanese). Retrieved 2007-07-12. {{cite web}}: External link in |work= (help)
  2. ^ RIP Riichiro Manabe

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