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|Born||10 June 1902|
|Died||2 March 1968 (aged 65)|
Tatsuo Saitō (斎藤 達雄, Saitō Tatsuo, 10 June 1902 – 2 March 1968) was a Japanese film actor. He appeared in more than one hundred films from 1925 to 1967.
Saitō joined Shochiku's Kamata studio and made his film debut with Ōkami no mure. He is most known for his roles in Yasujirō Ozu's films, especially as the father in I Was Born, But.... After the war, he also acted for television and directed a number of films.
|1951||Tokyo File 212||Mr. Matsuto||A Japanese-American co-production|
|1950||The Munekata Sisters|
|1941||Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family|
|1937||What Did the Lady Forget?|
|1932||I Was Born, But...|
|1929||Days of Youth|
- "Saitō Tatsuo". Kotobanku (in Japanese). Asahi Shinbun. Retrieved 1 March 2015.
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