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Ku·ro·sa·wa

 (ko͝or′ə-sä′wə, ko͞o′rô-sä′wä), Akira 1910-1998.
Japanese director whose films set in feudal Japan, including Rashomon (1950), The Seven Samurai (1954), and Ran (1985), have greatly influenced American and European filmmaking.

Kurosawa

(ˌkʊərəˈsɑːwə)
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(Biography) Akira (əˈkɪərə). 1910–99, Japanese film director. His works include Rashomon (1950), The Seven Samurai (1954), The Throne of Blood (1957), Kagemusha (1980), Ran (1985), and Madadayo (1993)

Ku•ro•sa•wa

(ˌkʊər əˈsɑ wə)

n.
A•ki•ra (ɑˈkɪər ə) 1910–98 Japanese film director.
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Noun1.Kurosawa - Japanese filmmaker noted for blending Japanese folklore with western styles of acting (1910-1998)
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