Submersion of Japan (1973)
Submersion of Japan (日本沈没 is a Nihon Chinbotsu, lit. Japan Sinks)1973 disaster film produced by Toho. The film was released to Japanese theaters on December 29, 1973 and to American theaters in May of 1975.
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- Directed by Shiro Moritani
- Written by Shinobu Hashimoto and Sakyo Komatsu
- Produced by Tomoyuki Tanaka and Osamu Tanaka
- Music by Masaru Sato
- Cinematography by Daisaku Kimura and Hiroshi Murai
- Edited by Michiko Ikeda
- Production Design by Yoshiro Muraki
- Assistant Directing by Koji Hashimoto
- Special Effects by Teruyoshi Nakano
Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.
- Keiju Kobayashi as Dr. Tadokoro
- Hiroshi Fujioka as Onodera Toshio
- Ayumi Ishida as Abe Reiko
- Rhonda Leigh Hopkins as Fran
- Lorne Greene as Ambassador Warren Richards
- Tetsuro Tamba as Prime Minister Yamamoto
- Shogo Shimada as Watari
- John Fujioka as Narita
- Andrew Hughes as Australian Prime Minister
- Nobuo Nakamura as Japanese Ambassador
- Haruo Nakajima as Prime Minister's Chauffeur
- Hideaki Nitani as Dr. Nakata
- Isao Natsuyagi as Yuuki
- Yusuke Takita as Assistant Professor Yukinaga
Weapons, Vehicles, and Races
- Wadatsumi-No. 1
- UH-1 Iroquois
With an incredible box office total of ¥5,340,000,000, Submersion of Japan was the highest-grossing Japanese film of both 1973 and 1974.
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