Victory Is Mine

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Victory Is Mine
Directed by Seijun Suzuki[1]
Produced by Kenzō Asada
Written by Norio Nakagawa
Kiriro Urayama
Starring Kō Mishima
Shinsuke Maki
Sumiko Minami
Keiko Amaji
Music by Hideo Hirakawa
Cinematography Kumenobu Fujioka
Distributed by Nikkatsu
Release date
March 21, 1956
Running time
65 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Victory Is Mine (港の乾杯 勝利をわが手に?, Minato no Kanpai: Shōri o Waga Te ni, aka Harbour Toast: Victory Is in Our Grasp) is a 1956 Japanese B movie directed by Seijun Suzuki for the Nikkatsu Corporation. It is Suzuki's first film, credited under his given name Seitarō Suzuki. The film was primarily a vehicle for an already popular song.

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  1. ^ Credited as Seitarō Suzuki.

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