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Cover of sheet music for the theme song
|Directed by||Kenji Mizoguchi|
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Tokyo March (東京行進曲 Tōkyō kōshinkyoku?) is a 1929 black and white Japanese silent film, originally presented with benshi accompaniment, directed by Kenji Mizoguchi. It is a classic melodramatic love tragedy addressing social inequality in modern Japan, depicted in Mizoguchi's typical style. The theme song "Tokyo March" was originally sung by Chiyako Sato.
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