Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中 友幸, Tanaka Tomoyuki) was a Japanese film producer, most famous for creating the Godzilla franchise. He was born in Kashiwara, Osaka, Japan on April 26, 1910, and died in Tokyo on April 2, 1997. Tanaka was married to the actress Chieko Nakakita (1926 – 2005). He died of a stroke at the age of 86.
Fantastic Plastic Machine is the stage name of Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中知之, Tanaka Tomoyuki, born 13 March 1967), a Japanese musician and DJ born in Kyoto, Japan. Tanaka was considered to be part of the Shibuya-kei movement.
Tomoyuki Tanaka(田中 友幸,Tanaka Tomoyuki)was a Japanesefilm producer, most famous for creating the Godzilla franchise. He was born in Kashiwara, Osaka, Japanon April 26, 1910, and died in Tokyoon April 2, 1997. Tanaka was married to the actress Chieko Nakakita (1926 – 2005). He died of a stroke at the age of 86.
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- Selected Filmography
1. Godzilla(1954) 2. Half Human(1955) 3. Godzilla Raids Again(1955) 4. The Legend of the White Serpent(1956) 5. Rodan(1956) 6. The Mysterians(1957) 7. H-Man(1958) 8. Varan(1958) 9. The Three Treasures(1959) [with Sanezumi Fujimoto] 10. Battle in Outer Space(1959) 11. The Secret of the Telegian(1960) 12. The Human Vapor(1960) 13. Mothra(1961) 14. The Last War(1961) [with Sanezumi Fujimoto] 15. Gorath(1962) 16. King Kong vs. Godzilla(1962) 17. Matango(1963) 18. Atragon(1963) 19. Mothra vs. Godz...
1. Mothra (1961) - Lyrics ["Mothra's Song"; with Ishiro Honda, Shinichi Sekizawa; as Koji Yuki] 2. Zone Fighter(TV 1973) - Supervisor 3. Submersion of Japan: Television Series(TV 1974) - Planning 4. The Return of Godzilla(1984) - Original story 5. Toho Unused Special Effects Complete Collection(1986) - Supervisor 6. Rebirth of Mothra(1996) - Planning / original story 7. Rebirth of Mothra II(1997) - Planning / original story
1. Submersion of Japan(1973) as Government official [uncredited]Tomoyuki Tanaka with Sadamasa Arikawa, Ishiro Honda, Eiji Tsuburaya, and the monster cast of Destroy All MonstersTanaka's photo (right) in Rebirth of Mothra IIITanaka wrote the lyrics for Mothra's insert song, "Mothra's Song" with Ishiro Honda and Shinichi Sekizawa under the joint pen name Koji Yuki (由起こうじ, Yuki Kōji).
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Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中 友幸?, Tanaka Tomoyuki) was a Japanese film producer, most famous for creating the Godzilla movies alongside his associates. He was born in Osaka, Japan on April 26, 1910, and died in Tokyo on April 2, 1997. Soon after graduating from Kansai University in 1940, Tanaka joined Toho Studios.
Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中 友幸 Tanaka Tomoyuki?) fue un productor de cine japonés, más famoso por crear la franquicia Godzilla. Nació en Kashiwara, Osaka, Japón, el 26 de abril de 1910, y murió en Tokio el 2 de abril de 1997. Tanaka estuvo casado con la actriz Chieko Nakakita (1926 – 2005).
Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中 友幸, Tanaka Tomoyuki?, n. 26 aprilie 1910, Kashiwara, Japonia – d. 2 aprilie 1997, Tokyo[*] , Japonia) a fost un producător de film japonez, cunoscut în calitate de creator al francizei Godzilla
Tomoyuki Tanaka (田中友幸 Tanaka Tomoyuki), né le 26 avril 1910 à Osaka et mort à Tokyo le 2 avril 1997, est un producteur japonais de cinéma, et notamment de la série des films de Godzilla dont il est en quelque sorte un des créateurs. Il est diplômé de l' Université du Kansai.
Tomoyuki Tanaka was born on April 26, 1910 in Kashiwara, Osaka, Japan. He graduated from Kansai University in 1940 and joined Toho Studios the same year. After four years with the company, he became a producer, with his first film production being Kita no san-nin (1945). He was set to begin work on a Japanese-Indonesian film called "Eiko no...
Tomoyuki Yamashita (山下 奉文, Yamashita Tomoyuki, 8 November 1885 – 23 February 1946; also called Tomobumi Yamashita) was a Japanese general of the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.