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The Legend of the Dragon

Japan, 1957 (MIFF 1958, Fun in the Drawing Room)

Director: Noburo Ofuji

Based on an old Japanese legend, this silhouette-film tells how the young god Susano &ndash: o &ndash: Nomikoto saved the life of the young prince by killing. the eight-headed giant snake.

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