|[citation(s) needed] — This article is missing references.
Please improve this article by including relevant citations.
As a reader, exercise caution when encountering unsourced statements.
Haruo Suzuki (鈴木 治夫 was a Suzuki Haruo)Japanese actor. Though he only typically appeared in bit parts, Suzuki was an extremely prolific film and television actor between 1952 and 1976, appearing in several films directed by Akira Kurosawa and Ishiro Honda, as well as television dramas airing on many of Japan's major networks. Suzuki made his debut in Kurosawa's critically-acclaimed film Ikiru in 1952, playing a receptionist, and went on to appear in countless Toho films, each time playing minor background characters and sometimes playing up to three roles in the same film. Suzuki was particularly prolific in tokusatsu productions, appearing in numerous kaiju and science fiction films for Toho as well as multiple episodes of Tsuburaya Productions' Ultra Series shows. Suzuki continued to act even after the decline of the Japanese film industry in the 1970's before finally retiring in 1976.
- Godzilla (1954) as Parliamentarian
- Invisible Man (1954) as Man at nightclub
- Rodan (1956) as Coal mine worker / JASDF executive
- The Mysterians (1957) as Police officer at Fuji Central Police Station
- The H-Man (1958) as Policeman
- The Three Treasures (1959) as Citizen of Sagami
- Battle in Outer Space (1959) as Policeman
- The Human Vapor (1960) as Policeman
- Mothra (1961) as JSDF soldier
- The Last War (1961) as Securities trading company employee / Tokyo Defense Headquarters officer
- Gorath (1962) as Newspaper reporter / government official
- King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962) as Ship crew member
- Atragon (1963) as Gotengo sergeant / Muan
- Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964) as JSDF correspondent
- Dogora (1964) as JSDF soldier
- Frankenstein vs. Baragon (1965) as Reporter / university researcher
- Invasion of Astro-Monster (1965) as Space authority officer
- Ultra Q (TV 1966) as Suzuki, daily news reporter [episodes 2 and 11] / detective [episode 27]
- The War of the Gargantuas (1966) as Patrol boat sailor / JSDF soldier in Tokyo / doctor
- Ebirah, Horror of the Deep (1966) as Red Bamboo soldier
- Ultraman (TV 1966) as Man at Omuro Park [episode 20]
- King Kong Escapes (1967) as Dr. Who's henchman
- Ultraseven (TV 1967) as Detective [episode 8]
- Destroy All Monsters (1968) as Integrated Defense Command officer
- Mighty Jack (TV 1968) as Newspaper editor [episode 11]
- All Monsters Attack (1969) as Reporter
- Lake of Dracula (1971) as Security guard
- Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971) as JSDF officer
- Here Comes Golden Bat (1972)
- Jumborg Ace (TV 1973) as Kenta's father [episode 11] / Air Defense Corps underground missile base commander [episode 31, uncredited]
- Zone Fighter (TV 1973) as Dr. Morita [episode 3]
- Fireman (TV 1973) as Gosaku Aoya [episode 23]
- Submersion of Japan (1973) as Commander of firefighting helicopter unit
- Submersion of Japan: Television Series (TV 1973) as Detective [episode 3]
- Evil of Dracula (1974) as Security guard
- Prophecies of Nostradamus (1974) as Policeman
- Terror of Mechagodzilla (1975) as Akatsuki engineer
This is a list of references for Haruo Suzuki. 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: 
- Tanaka, Tomoyuki (10 December 1983). The Complete History of Toho Special Effects Movies. Toho. ISBN 4-924609-00-5.
- Motoyama, Sho; Matsunomoto, Kazuhiro; Asai, Kazuyasu; Suzuki, Nobutaka; Kato, Masashi (28 September 2012). Toho Special Effects Movie Complete Works (1st ed.). villagebooks. ISBN 978-4864910132.CS1 maint: ref duplicates default (link)
Showing 1 comments. When commenting, please remain respectful of other users, stay on topic, and avoid role-playing and excessive punctuation. Comments which violate these guidelines may be removed by administrators.