Ei Ogawa

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Ei Ogawa
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Born March 10, 1930
Tokyo, Japan[1]
Died April 27, 1994 (aged 64)[1]
Occupation Screenwriter
First work Chanchiki Okesa (1958)
Notable work The Vampire Doll (1970),
Roar at the Sun! (TV 1972-1986)
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Ei Ogawa (小川 英,   Ogawa Ei), born Eiji Ogawa (小川 英二,   Ogawa Eiji) and occasionally credited as Hide Ogawa, was a Japanese screenwriter. He was primarily a television writer, most famously working on the detective series Roar at the Sun! for its entire 14-year run, but also scripted five genre films for Toho from 1971 to 1974. Ogawa passed away on April 27, 1994 at age 64 due to chronic respiratory failure.[1]

Selected filmography



This is a list of references for Ei Ogawa. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 The Encyclopedia of Modern Deaths 1994~1996. Nichigai Associates. 1 March 1997. p. 133. ISBN 4816914129.
  2. @KanedaMasumi. "この「大海獣ゲボラ」の写真は1959年5月発行の週刊誌に掲載。企画は電通。脚本は小川英。テレビ映画として製作されたが放送はされず。その後、小川脚本の東宝映画検討稿「怪獣大襲撃」を経て「決戦!南海の大怪獣」に。ゲボラがゲゾラになりました。". Twitter. Unknown parameter |accsessdate= ignored (help)


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