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Sôjin Kamiyama (1884–1954)

Sôjin Kamiyama was born on January 30, 1884 in Sendai, Miyagi, Japan as Mitsugu Mita. He was an actor, known for Seven Samurai (1954), The Sea Beast (1926) and The Crimson City (1928). He was married to Ura Mita. He died on July 28, 1954 in Tokyo, Japan. See full bio »


(age 70) in Tokyo, Japan

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Known For

Seven Samurai Blind Player
The Sea Beast Fedallah
The Crimson City Sing Yoy
The Bat Billy - the Butler


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 1954 Seven Samurai
Blind Player
 1952 Foghorn
 1947 Ôedo no oni
 1942 Kurama Tengu
 1940 Musume tazunete sanzen-ri
Popeye no Genzô
 1939 Mazushiki mono no kofuku
Sakuzo Nakata
 1939 Utau noriai basha
 1939 Gonin no kyodai
 1938 Hitozuma shinju
 1937 Konjiki yasha
Naoyuki Wanibuchi (as Sôjin Kamiyama)
 1937 Hanayome karuta
 1936 Akanishi Kakita
 1936 Men vs Women
Hikoma Okakura
 1935 Yotamono to komachimusume
 1934 Kanraku no yo wa fukete (as Sôjin Kamiyama)
 1932 Chûshingura
Kozukenosuke Kira
 1932 Chûshingura - Kôhen: Edo no maki
Kônosuke Kira
 1931 Tôjin Okichi
 1930 Way for a Sailor
Singapore Brothel Proprietor (uncredited)
 1930 The Dude Wrangler
Wong (as K. Sojin)
 1930 Golden Dawn
Piper (as Sojin)
 1930 Le spectre vert (as Sojin)
 1929 Show of Shows
Performer in '$20 Bet' Sketch (as Sojin)
 1929 Painted Faces
Cafe Owner (uncredited)
 1929 The Unholy Night
The Mystic (as Sojin)
 1929 Madame X
Oriental Doctor (uncredited)
 1929 Careers
Biwa Player (as Sojin)
 1929 Back from Shanghai (as Sojin)
 1929 Seven Footprints to Satan
Sojin (as Sojin)
 1929 China Slaver
Ming Foy / Wing Foy / The Cobra (as Sojin)
 1929 Manchu Love (Short)
Su Shun (as Sôjin)
 1929 The Rescue
Daman (as Kamiyama Sojin)
 1928 Tropic Madness (as Sojin)
 1928 Ships of the Night
Yut Sen (as Sojin)
 1928 Out with the Tide
Chee Chee (as Sojin)
 1928 Telling the World (as Sojin)
 1928 The Hawk's Nest
Sojin (as Sojin)
 1928 Chinatown Charlie
The Mandarin (as Sojin)
 1928 The Crimson City
Sing Yoy (as Sojin)
 1928 Something Always Happens
Chang-Tzo (as Sojin)
 1928 The Man Without a Face (as Sojin)
 1927 Streets of Shanghai
Fong Kiang (as Sojin)
 1927 The Haunted Ship
Bombay Charlie (as Sojin)
 1927 The Devil Dancer
Sadik Lama (as Sojin)
 1927 The Chinese Parrot
Charlie Chan (as Sojin)
 1927 The Thirteenth Hour
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1927 Foreign Devils
Lama priest (as Sojin)
 1927 Why Girls Love Sailors (Short)
Moneylender (scenes deleted, as Sôjin)
 1927 Old San Francisco
Lu Fong (uncredited)
 1927 The Honorable Mr. Buggs (Short)
The Crook (as Sojin)
 1927 The King of Kings
Prince Of Persia (as Sojin)
 1927 All Aboard
Prince (as Sojin)
 1927 Driven from Home (as Sojin)
 1926 The Sky Pirate (as Sojin)
 1926 The Lady of the Harem
Sultan (as Sojin)
 1926 Across the Pacific (as Sojin)
 1926 Diplomacy
Chinese Diplomat (as Sojin)
 1926 The Road to Mandalay
English Charlie Wing (as Kamiyama Sojin)
 1926 Eve's Leaves
Le Sing (as Sojin)
 1926 The Lucky Lady
Secretary to Garletz (as Sojin)
 1926 The Bat
Billy - the Butler (as Sojin Kamiyama)
 1926 The Sea Beast
Fedallah (as Sojin)
 1925 The Wanderer
Sadyk the Jeweler (uncredited)
 1925 My Lady's Lips (as Sojin)
 1925 The White Desert
Chinese Cook (as Sojin)
 1925 Proud Flesh
Wong (as Sojin)
 1925 East of Suez
Lee Tai (as Kamiyama Sojin)
 1925 Soft Shoes
Yet Tzu (as Sojin)
 1924 The Thief of Bagdad
The Mongol Prince (as Sojin)
 1917 Patria
Sojin (as Sojin)
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Alternate Names:

Sojin Kamiyama | K. Sojin | Kamiyama Sojin | Sojin | Sôjin


5' 9" (1.75 m)

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Sojin (The Chinese Parrot 1927), George Kuwa (The House Without a Key 1926) and the Korean actor E.L. Park (Behind That Curtain 1929) are the only Asian actors to portray the Chinese-American detective Charlie Chan on film. Kuwa and Sojin were both Japanese. See more »

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