Shōgun

Shōgun (1980)

A nation of violence, Samurai warriors ... and forbidden love.

  • Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, War & Politics
  • Creator: James Clavell
  • First Air Date: 1980-09-15
  • Last Air Date: 1980-09-19
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 5
  • Status: Ended
  • Production Company: TOHO
  • Production Country: Hong Kong, Japan, United States of America
  • Networks: NBC
star 7.6/10
From 183 Ratings

Summary

An English navigator becomes both a player and pawn in complex political games in feudal Japan.

  • Keywords: japan, asia, samurai, miniseries, period drama, sengoku period, 17th century
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    Shōgun Seasons

    Season 0

    First Air Date: 2011-03-14
    16 Episodes

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 1980-09-15
    5 Episodes

    Shōgun Episodes

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    • Richard Chamberlain

      as Pilot-Major John Blackthorne / Anjin-san
    • Toshirō Mifune

      as Lord Yoshi Toranaga
    • Yoko Shimada

      as Lady Toda Buntaro - Mariko
    • John Rhys-Davies

      as Vasco Rodrigues
    • Alan Badel

      as Father Dell'Aqua
    • Frankie Sakai

      as Yabu
    • Vladek Sheybal

      as Captain Ferriera
    • Yûki Meguro

      as Omi
    • Michael Hordern

      as Friar Domingo
    • George Innes

      as Johann Vinck
    • Damien Thomas

      as Father Alvito
    • Hideo Takamatsu

      as Lord Buntarō
    • Hiromi Senno

      as Fujiko
    • Leon Lissek

      as Father Sebastio
    • Nobuo Kaneko

      as Ishido
    • Takeshi Ōbayashi

      as Urano
    • Hiroshi Hasegawa

      as Galley Captain
    • Akira Sera

      as Old Gardener
    • Atsuko Sano

      as Lady Ochiba
    • Miiko Taka

      as Kiri
    • Masumi Okada

      as Brother Michael
    • Edward Peel

      as Pieterzoon
    • Eric Richard

      as Maetsukker
    • Neil McCarthy

      as Spillbergen
    • Seiji Miyaguchi

      as Muraji
    • Yōsuke Natsuki

      as Zataki
    • William Morgan Sheppard

      as Specz
    • Shin Takuma

      as Naga
    • Ai Matsubara

      as Rako
    • John J. Carney

      as Ginsel
    • Tōru Abe

      as Hiromatsu
    • Orson Welles

      as Narrator
    • Anne Bancroft

      as Narrator
    Production Eric Bercovici Producer
    Production James Clavell Executive Producer
    Writing James Clavell Novel
    Sound Maurice Jarre Original Music Composer
    Art Joseph R. Jennings Production Design
    Art Tom Pedigo Set Decoration
    Costume & Make-Up Shin Nishida Costume Design
    Sound Maurice Jarre Conductor
    Camera Andrew Laszlo Director of Photography
    Production Frank Cardea Production Executive
    Production Ben Chapman Associate Producer

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