Shinichi Sekizawa

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Shinichi Sekizawa
Shinichi Sekizawa
Born June 2, 1920
Kyoto, Japan
Died November 19, 1992
Nanpeidai, Shibuya, Japan
Occupation Screenwriter
First work Musume Jūhachi
Usotsuki Jidai
(1949)
Notable work King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
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Shinichi Sekizawa (関沢 新一,   Sekizawa Shin'ichi) was a Japanese screenwriter noted for his immense contributions to Toho's tokusatsu output in the Showa era. He also created the 1968 miniseries Agon: Atomic Dragon. Sekizawa passed away on November 19, 1992, at the age of 72 from myocardial infarction.

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  1. Credited as "Screenplay Adviser" in the film's international export version.

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