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Kenichi Hagiwara

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Kenichi Hagiwara ( born 25 July 1950 in Omiya, Saitama, Japan), also known as Sho-Ken, was the lead singer of The Tempters, the "bad boys" of the Group Sounds Japan pop scene in the mid and late 1960s. A teen idol with a legion of loyal fans, Hagiwara was known for his good looks and arrogance, which appealed to both young male and female Japanese fans. After The Tempters, he formed the band PYG along with Kenji Sawada, the first true Japanese supergroup, a unit which included members of The Tigers, The Tempters and The Spiders. Description above from the Wikipedia article Kenichi Hagiwara, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Jul 25, 1950 In Omiya, Saitama, Japan
Movie/TV Credits:
20
First Appeared:
In the movie The Rendezvous 1972-03-29
Latest Project:
Movie Over Your Dead Body 2014-08-23
Known For
Poster of Desert Moon
Poster of The Triple Cross
Poster of Capone Cries a Lot
Poster of Village of Eight Gravestones
Filmography
Movie Over Your Dead Body 2014-08-23
Movie Tajomaru: Avenging Blade 2009-09-12
Movie Desert Moon 2001-06-19
Movie Ghost Pub 壮太郎 1994-10-29
Movie The Triple Cross Kanzaki 1992-09-12
Movie Traffic Jam Rinzo Fuji 1991-04-27
Movie Yakuza Ladies 3 Testuro Akamatsu 1989-04-08
Movie Four Days of Snow and Blood shiro nonaka 1989-06-17
Movie Night Train 1987-01-17
Movie Capone Cries a Lot Umiemon 1985-02-16
Movie The Seburi Story Hajime Kinoshita 1985-05-11
Movie Summer of Demon lemon 1981-05-23
Movie Kagemusha Katsuyori Takeda 1980-04-26
Movie Village of Eight Gravestones Tatsuya Terada 1977-10-29
Movie Two in the Amsterdam Rain Sakuda 1975-03-20
Movie Light of Africa Jun 1975-06-21
Movie Oh Seagull, Have You Seen the Sparkling Ocean? An Encounter 1975-07-12
Movie Bitterness of Youth Kenichiro Eto 1974-06-29
Movie The Petrified Forest 1973-09-01
Movie The Rendezvous Akira Nakahara 1972-03-29
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