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Wild Bill Hecock

Explanation

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  • He was a star, the great actor among the many great actors of Tezuka Osamu's Manga, with talent and style on a par with Laurence Olivier. Although he never starred in a big hit Manga, he displayed his originality in admirable form in many, many works. His staggeringly sleek performance of evil in his debut work "Metropolis" led to him being cast as the villain for some time after that and he left a strong impression in such roles. But he also cultured his inherent refinement and style to become a first class actor. Although he could give virtuoso performances of righteous men, small-time villains, the filthy rich and the sufferings of a good-natured man, he was hampered by his highly distinctive nose, which made him very difficult to draw face on. However, this evolved to become part of his individual charm and helped to make him the larger-than-life character he is.

 

List of the works

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    • COMIC
    • 1949
    • Metropolis (as the leader of the Red Party)
    • 1950
    • The Wonderful Journey (as the police)
    • 1950
    • Manga University (as Mrs. Zaamasu)
    • 1951
    • Next World (as Redonof)
    • 1951
    • Fossil Island (as the chief of the native indian)
    • 1952
    • The Adventure of Rock Home (participating in a conference with Bird Man)
    • 1952
    • People with Pistols on Their Head (as Goncharov)
    • 1953
    • Astro Boy / Red Cat (as the government official of the Ministry of Construction)
    • 1953
    • Cyrano, the Hero
    • 1953
    • Crime & Punishment (as Judge Polfili)
    • 1954
    • Wonder-kun (as Sir Nicholas Red)
    • 1954
    • Benkei (as Minamoto Yoritomo)
    • 1955
    • Astro Boy / Frozen Men (as Dr. Don Perez Prado)
    • 1955
    • The age of Great Floods
    • 1956
    • The Phoenix / Chapter of Egypt (as the king)
    • 1957
    • Lion Books / Multiple-Eyed Devil (as the passenger on a train)
    • 1957
    • Lion Books / Bullet Hole in the Wilderness (as the peace officer)
    • 1958
    • The Three Who Glimpse The Future
    • 1959
    • Astro Boy / The Eyes of Christ (as the Father)
    • 1959
    • HIKARI (as Karasuguchi)
    • 1960
    • Astro Boy / Uran (as the spectator of the Robotting game)
    • 1960
    • Dream of the Universe
    • 1961
    • The Ant and The Giant (as the police)
    • 1962
    • Astro Boy / Astro Boy vs Garon (as Dr. Amanogawa)
    • 1962
    • SHIKYOYAMAENGI Picture scroll
    • 1963
    • Astro Boy / The Devil's Balloon
    • 1963
    • Submarine Bathys Doesn't Emerge (as Colonel Morse)
    • 1964
    • The Great Zeo (as the secretary of the minister?)
    • 1965
    • Astro Boy / Heroes of Tezuka Osamu Mangaas Dr. Hyono Tango (as Dr. Hyono Tango)
    • 1965
    • Amazing Three (Dr. Delta)
    • 1966
    • Flying Ben (as Dr. Brandon, the member of the expreditionary party)
    • 1967
    • Astro Boy / Chronicles of Astro Boy (as the captain of the nuclear submarine)
    • 1968
    • Under the Air / Joe's Visitor (as the shogun)
    • 1968
    • Swallwing the Earth (as the FBI)
    • 1969
    • The Crater / Sergeant Okuno (as the shogun)
    • 1969
    • I.L / Mannequin (as the U.S. Ambassador)
    • 1969
    • The Runaway Tanker (as the president of Bagdad Oil Company)
    • 1971
    • Lion Books / The Closed Classroom (as Dr. Kurama Tengu)
    • 1971
    • Otsune (as the U.S. officer)
    • 1972
    • Lion Books / Mother River (as the staff of TT TV)
    • 1972
    • Lion Books / The March Covered with Mud (as the journalist)
    • 1972
    • Yellow Dust (as General Boman)
    • 1973
    • Black Jack / Where is a doctor! (as Nikura, a man of great wealth)
    • 1974
    • Black Jack / Dead twice (as the clergyman)
    • 1974
    • Black Jack / Pac Captain (as the spectator)
    • 1974
    • Black Jack / Two Loves (as the doctor)
    • 1974
    • Black Jack / From Faraway Country (as the doctor)
    • 1974
    • The Jumbo (as the passenger)
    • 1974
    • Paper Fortress (as the teacher at the factory)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / The Corsican Brothers (as the leader of the circus troupe)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / The Cursed Operation (as the scholar)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / A Body Turning to Stone (as the Father)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / Go Gyan's Painting (as the doctor)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / Revenge (as Bockelini)
    • 1975
    • Black Jack / Swindler Apprentice (as the doctor)
    • 1975
    • The Three-eyed One / Secretin Glebe (as the scholar, as the chief of the base)
    • 1975
    • Astro Boy / Astro Boy II (as the minister of Science)
    • 1976
    • Black Jack / Urashima Taro (as the doctor)
    • 1976
    • Black Jack / Race Against Time (as the owner of Yarisugi Construction Company)
    • 1976
    • Black Jack / Promise (as the doctor)
    • 1977
    • Black Jack / Days of Vanity (as the passenger at the airport)
    • 1978
    • Black Jack / Cancer Hunter (the person talking with Shirabyoshi)
    • 1978
    • Black Jack / Black Jack Saves his Savior (as the passerby)
    • 1978
    • Black Jack / Psychic Powers From A Closed room (as Mononoke)
    • 1979
    • Black Jack / Sacrifice (as the doctor)
    • 1979
    • NEC Advertisement
    • 1981
    • Rainbow Parakeet / Shuzenji Story (as the prime minister Hattori)
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    • ANIMATION
    • Astro Boy
    • Jungle Emperor Leo
    • Jungle Emperor, Go Ahead Leo!
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