HOUSE OF BAMBOO MOVIE CAST - LOBBY CARD UNSIGNED (USA) 1955 - HFSID 262200
HOUSE OF BAMBOO. Lobby card unsigned. Color, 13½x10. Promotion for the 1955 film, House of Bamboo. Samuel Fuller directed and co wrote this typically hard-boiled drama set in Japan following World War II.
Sale Price $45.00
HOUSE OF BAMBOO. Lobby card unsigned. Color, 13½x10. Promotion for the 1955 film, House of Bamboo. Samuel Fuller directed and co wrote this typically hard-boiled drama set in Japan following World War II. Eddie Kenner (Robert Stack) is given a special assignment by the Army to get the inside story on Sandy Dawson (Robert Ryan), a former GI who has formed a gang of fellow servicemen and Japanese locals who use their muscle to take over Tokyo's pachinko racket and commit a series of train robberies, targeting deliveries of military ammunition. Eddie is supposed to gather evidence on the murder of a soldier believed to have fallen in with the gang, and Eddie tries to blend in with the group to find out how they work. Hoping to learn more, Eddie also begins romancing Mariko (Shirley Yamaguchi), a Japanese woman who was married to the slain gangster, and he learns that the ruthless Dawson kills men who are injured during robberies rather than leave them behind to possibly testify against him. After a burglary goes wrong, Dawson becomes convinced that there's an informer in the group; wrongly believing its Griff (Cameron Mitchell), Dawson kills his loyal soldier and makes Eddie his second in command. Veteran Japanese actor Sessue Hayakawa appears as Inspector Kito, a Japanese police detective working with Eddie to crack the case. Slightly creased and staple holes at corners. Fine condition.
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