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Matsumoto Hakuō I (初代 松本 白鸚 Shodai Matsumoto Hakuō, 7 July 1910 - 11 January 1982), born Junjirō Fujima (藤間 順次郎 Fujima Junjirō), was a Japanese Kabuki actor, regarded as the leading tachiyaku (specialist in male roles) of the postwar decades; he also performed in a number of non-kabuki venues, including Western theatre and films. Taking the name Hakuō upon retirement, he was known as Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII for much of his career.

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  • Matsumoto Hakuō I (初代 松本 白鸚 Shodai Matsumoto Hakuō, 7 July 1910 - 11 January 1982), born Junjirō Fujima (藤間 順次郎 Fujima Junjirō), was a Japanese Kabuki actor, regarded as the leading tachiyaku (specialist in male roles) of the postwar decades; he also performed in a number of non-kabuki venues, including Western theatre and films. Taking the name Hakuō upon retirement, he was known as Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII for much of his career.
  • Matsumoto Hakuō I (初代 松本 白鸚, Shodai Matsumoto Hakuō, 7 July 1910 – 11 January 1982), born Junjirō Fujima (藤間 順次郎, Fujima Junjirō), was a Japanese Kabuki actor, regarded as the leading tachiyaku (specialist in male roles) of the postwar decades; he also performed in a number of non-kabuki venues, including Western theatre and films. Taking the name Hakuō upon retirement, he was known as Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII for much of his career.
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  • Matsumoto Hakuō I (初代 松本 白鸚 Shodai Matsumoto Hakuō, 7 July 1910 - 11 January 1982), born Junjirō Fujima (藤間 順次郎 Fujima Junjirō), was a Japanese Kabuki actor, regarded as the leading tachiyaku (specialist in male roles) of the postwar decades; he also performed in a number of non-kabuki venues, including Western theatre and films. Taking the name Hakuō upon retirement, he was known as Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII for much of his career.
  • Matsumoto Hakuō I (初代 松本 白鸚, Shodai Matsumoto Hakuō, 7 July 1910 – 11 January 1982), born Junjirō Fujima (藤間 順次郎, Fujima Junjirō), was a Japanese Kabuki actor, regarded as the leading tachiyaku (specialist in male roles) of the postwar decades; he also performed in a number of non-kabuki venues, including Western theatre and films. Taking the name Hakuō upon retirement, he was known as Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII for much of his career.
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  • Kōraiya, Matsumoto Sumizō II, Ichikawa Somegorō V, Matsumoto Kōshirō VIII
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