Hideko Takamine (March 27, 1924 – December 28, 2010) was a Japanese actress. A child star in the 1930s, Hideko Takamine went on to perform in more than 200 films. During the post-World War II era, she played a variety of contemporary women who captured the tenor of the times.

Hideko Takamine (March 1924 – December was a Japanese actress. A child star in the Hideko Takamine went on to perform in more than 200 films. During the post-World War II era, she played a variety of contemporary women who captured the tenor of the times.

『浮雲』高峰秀子、森雅之

Floating Clouds (浮雲 Ukigumo) is a 1955 black-and-white Japanese film drama directed by Mikio Naruse.

『二十四の瞳』高峰秀子ら

『二十四の瞳』高峰秀子ら

『流れる』栗島すみ子、高峰秀子、山田五十鈴、田中絹代

Flowing (流れる Nagareru) is a 1956 Japanese film directed by Mikio Naruse.

日向ぼっこ原節子高峰秀子

Hideko Takamine and Setsuko Hara photographed by Ryukichi Shibuya, 1938

1954 『女の園』高峰秀子、久我美子、岸恵子

1954 『女の園』高峰秀子、久我美子、岸恵子

1961 『名もなく貧しく美しく』高峰秀子、小林桂樹

1961 『名もなく貧しく美しく』高峰秀子、小林桂樹

高峰秀子 (Takamine Hideko) + 笠置シヅ子 (Kasagi Shizuko)

高峰秀子 (Takamine Hideko) + 笠置シヅ子 (Kasagi Shizuko)

『娘・妻・母』三益愛子、団令子、草笛光子、原節子、高峰秀子

『娘・妻・母』三益愛子、団令子、草笛光子、原節子、高峰秀子

1955 『浮雲』高峰秀子、森雅之

Floating Clouds (浮雲 Ukigumo) is a 1955 black-and-white Japanese film drama directed by Mikio Naruse.

1956 『妻の心』三船敏郎、高峰秀子

Toshirō Mifune and Hideko Takamine in A Wife’s Heart / Tsuma no kokoro / 妻の心 (Mikio Naruse -

1954 『二十四の瞳』高峰秀子ら

Mis películas favoritas - My favourite Films. Autobiografía Fílmica - Autobiography in films.

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