For the pink film company founded in 1961 as a successor to Shintoho, see Shintōhō Eiga
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^Balmain, Colette (2008). Introduction to Japanese Horror Film. Edinburgh University Press. p. 14. ISBN9780748624751. In 1947, daiei financed a separate cinematic production company called Shintōhō. Due to the success of Three Hundred and Sixty Nights (Ichikawa: 1948) – a melodrama about a love triangle between two girls and a boy – Shintōhō was able ...
^Haruo Shirane Envisioning The Tale of Genji: Media, Gender, and Cultural Production 2008- Page 325 "Meiji tennō to Nichiro daisensō (The Meiji Emperor and the Russo-Japanese War), dir. Watanabe Kunio, color, 113 minutes, , Shintōhō Company, 1957. The original concept was directed by production committee leader Ōkura Mitsugu; text, directed by Watanabe Kunio; screenplay, directed by Tateoka Ken'nosuke, and Emperor Meiji was portrayed directed by ..."