|Sengoku Yarō (Warring Clans)|
|Directed by||Kihachi Okamoto|
|Produced by||Tomoyuki Tanaka|
|Written by||Kihachi Okamoto
|Music by||Masaru Sato|
|Distributed by||Toho Company|
Sengoku Yarō (戦国野郎, literally: "Sengoku Rascal") is a 1963 Japanese jidaigeki period black comedy adventure film directed by Kihachi Okamoto, co-written by Shinichi Sekizawa and starring Yūzō Kayama. Masaru Sato composed the music for the film. It is known in the English version as Warring Clans.
The film also starred Ichirō Nakatani, Makoto Satō, Hiroshi Hasegawa, Jun Tazaki, Yuriko Hoshi, Tadao Nakamaru, Tatsuyoshi Ehara, Kumi Mizuno, Hideyo Amamoto (as Eisei Amamoto), Yutaka Nakayama, Masanari Nihei (as Masanori Nihei), Yoshifumi Tajima, Kazuo Suzuki, Ren Yamamoto, Naoya Kusakawa and Ikio Sawamura.
- Toho Kingdom: Warring Clans
- David Desser, The Samurai Films of Akira Kurosawa (p.100)
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