Most Rated Movies and TV Shows With Akiko Wakabayashi
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1. You Only Live Twice (1967)
PG | 117 min | Action, Adventure, Thriller
Secret Agent James Bond and the Japanese Secret Service must find and stop the true culprit of a series of space hijackings, before war is provoked between Russia and the United States.
Votes: 95,213 | Gross: $43.08M
2. King Kong vs. Godzilla (1962)
Not Rated | 91 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
A newspaper and television station funded by a pharmaceutical company want a sensation, which happens to be the discovery of King Kong on an island. He is captured and brought to Japan, where he escapes from captivity and battles Godzilla.
Votes: 8,190 | Gross: $2.73M
3. Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964)
Not Rated | 85 min | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
After a meteorite unleashes a three-headed beast upon Tokyo, Mothra tries to unite with Godzilla and Rodan to battle the extraterrestrial threat.
5. Ultraman: A Special Effects Fantasy Series (1966–1967)
TV-14 | 30 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
A human member of a defense force is given the life and ability to change into a giant super-hero to battle the monsters that wrecks havoc on Earth.
6. The Stranger Within a Woman (1966)
102 min | Crime, Drama
Two friends meet in a bar. Later that night, one friend's flirtatious wife is reportedly in an accident. The other friend doesn't feel well. What's come over him?
7. The Lost World of Sinbad (1963)
96 min | Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Sukezaemon, a pirate, is shipwrecked in a strange corner of the world. With his companion, a wizard named Sennin, Sukezaemon becomes entangled in a plot by the evil premier to succeed the dying King Raksha.
8. Ultra Q (1965– )
TV-PG | 30 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
The first television series produced by eiji tsyburaya,the special effects man behind Godzilla.In the vein of the outer limits and the twilight zone except with giant rubber suited ... See full summary »
9. Kiganjô no bôken (1966)
100 min | Action, Adventure, Family
Osami, a soldier-of-fortune from Japan, joins with priest Ensai in a quest for the ashes of the great Buddha. Their journey takes them to a kingdom in the Middle East, where they find intrigue and romance in the court of an evil king.
10. Key of Keys (1965)
93 min | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Kitami is requested by the intelligence director, Suritai, to steal a large amount of money from the anti-government guerrillas who fund gangs from Gegen. However, once Kitami infiltrates a... See full summary »
Ultraman: A Special Effects Fantasy Series (1966–1967)
Miroganda no himitsu
TV-PG | 24 min | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
A scientist finds a rare plant that is determined to destroy humanity.
15. Akiko (1961)
95 min | Comedy
The quaint life of Ottavia, a widow living in Rome, is turned upside down when a young and pretty Japanese girl knocks at her door, claiming to be the daughter of her late husband, an ... See full summary »
16. Yajû shisubeshi (1959)
96 min | Action, Crime
A promising post-graduate literature student (Nakadai) is transformed into a psychotic killer following the suicide of his father and a sleazy affair by his mother with a younger man. One of the first "lonely hit-man" or "lonely killer.
Ultra Q (1965– )
TV-PG | Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
A small group takes refuge in a spooky abandoned mansion only to spend the night fending off a pair of giant spiders.
23. The Orientals (1960)
Not Rated | 110 min | Action, Adventure, Drama
The film, which includes six episodes, presents some aspects of women's emancipation in the East. Egyptian Aiscia did not want to be subjected to the old traditional costume, which imposed ... See full summary »
27. You Only Live Twice: Fantastic Film Set for Latest James Bond Film (1966 Video)
2 min | Documentary, Short, News
Whicker's World (1959–1994)
The World of James Bond
55 min | Documentary
Alan Whicker examines the success of the James Bond films, and reports from the set of the 007 movie You Only Live Twice (1967).