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The Nikkatsu Corporation (日活株式会社,   Nikkatsu Kabushiki Gaisha) is a Japanese film and television company. It was founded as Japan Motion Film Co., Ltd. (日本活動フィルム株式會社,   Nippon Katsudō Firumu Kabushiki Gaisha) in March of 1912 through the merger of the film studios Yokota Shokai, Yoshizawa Shoten, Fukuhodo, and M. Pathe. Its name was changed to Japan Motion Picture Co., Ltd. (日本活動冩眞株式會社,   Nippon Katsudō Shashin Kabushiki Gaisha) on September 10 of that year, and finally to Nikkatsu (a portmanteau of Nippon and Katsudō) in November of 1945. Nikkatsu was regarded as one of the six major studios of the golden age of Japanese cinema alongside Toho, Daiei, Toei, Shintoho, and Shochiku. They are best recognized within the context of kaiju eiga for their 1967 production Gappa.
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