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OFFICIAL ENTRY
1962 FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS
A SHOCHIKU FILM
AN AUTUMN AFTERNOON
Screenplay by
KOGO NODA and YASUJIRO OZU
Produced by SHIZUO YAMANOUCHI
Cinematography by YUHARU ATSUTA
Production Design by
TATSUO HAMADA and SHIGEO OGIWARA
Music by
TAKANOBU SAITO
Edited by
YOSHIYASU HAMAMURA
Sound Editor
ICHIRO ISHII
Assistant Director
KOZO TASHIRO
Starring
CHISHU RYU
SHIMA IWASHITA
KEIJI SADA
MARIKO OKADA
TERUO YOSHIDA
NORIKO MAKI
SHINICHIRO MIKAMI
NOBUO NAKAMURA
EIJIRO TONO
KUNIKO MIYAKE
KYOKO KISHIDA
MICHIYO TAMAKI
RYUJI KITA
TO YO TAKAHASHI
SHINOBU ASAJI, MASAO ODA
Special Appearances by
DAISUKE KATO and HARUKO SUGIMURA
Directed by
YASUJIRO OZU
Take these to the director
when you get a chance.
Thanks.
- Not at all.
What's going on with Miss Taguchi?
This is her second day out.
I heard she's getting married.
Really?
So she'll be quitting?
I don't know.
Good for her.
How old is she?
Around 23 or 24.
Is that so?
What does your husband do?
- I'm not married yet.
- No?
It's just me and my father.
I see.
Well, it'll be your turn soon.
I hope you find
a good husband.
Hey there.
What is it?
I just happened
to be in Yokohama.
I see. Was your wife
angry the other day?
Not at all.
She was amused.
- Sake makes me too honest.
- You and me both.
Tell me, how old
is Michiko now?
She's 24. Why?
I've found a good prospect.
Interested?
- A prospect?
- For marriage.
My wife found him.
She's quite impressed.
Fresh out of medical school.
He's an intern there now.
About 29, I think she said.
What do you say?
Marriage, huh?
You have other offers?
No. I just haven't given it
any thought.
Haven't given it any thought?
She's not ready yet.
She's just a child,
quite naive about such things.
Oh no, she isn't.
She's more than ready.
You think so?
Absolutely.
Marry her off. She'll be fine.
Think so?
Oh, Horie called earlier.
He wants to talk about the reunion.
When?
Tonight.
He probably called you too.
He's a real fireball
since taking that young wife.
Maybe he's popping some pills.
You could be right.
Well, think about
what I said about Michiko.
All right.
So will you come tonight?
No, I'm here to see
the Whales play the Tigers.
It's a doubleheader.
Go some other night.
I won't miss a crucial game
just to see Horie.
Don't talk like that.
Come on.
- Not tonight.
- Come on!
No, not tonight.
It's the bottom
of the fourth inning.
The Whales' cleanup batter,
3rd baseman Kuwata, is at bat.
Bottom of the fourth.
Kuwata is at bat.
With his leg injury healed,
he's in top form.
He sent a grounder to short
his first time up.
He glances at coach Mihara
for the signal.
He's out to nail that ball.
Buckey's on the mound,
Tanigawa's behind the plate.
A fastball from Buckey.
It's a strike.
Low in the strike zone.
One strike, no balls.
New signal for the next pitch.
It's a ball,
and it's now 1 and 1.
Kuwata waits for the pitch.
Too high.
The count is 1 and 2.
Did they score a run?
So where'd Sugai
run into him?
On the train.
He saw a strange old man
reading a discarded newspaper.
He looked familiar.
Then Sugai realized it was "the Gourd"!
He must be pretty old by now.
I thought he'd died long ago.
No, his kind never die.
Right?
Not even if you try to kill them.
You still bitter?
He browbeat you
with the Chinese classics.
He was a rat.
Why have a party for him?
For the hell of it.
If he's coming, I'm not.
What?
The reunion's in his honor.
It won't be fun without you.
Come on.
Come on.
Absolutely not.
Who's ahead?
No change. Tied 0-0.
More hot sake.
This one's empty.
Professor Horie,
your wife is late.
- Your wife's coming?
- Yes.
- She is?
- That's right.
She's visiting friends now,
but she'll

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