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Hashimoto-San (1959) Theatrical Cartoon Hashimoto-San

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Distributed by: 20th Century Fox
  • Cartoon Characters: Hashimoto the Mouse, Hanako, Yuriko, Saburo.
  • Originally Released in 1959.
  • CineColor
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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In this show, Hashimoto told a series of stories about Japan and its history to G.I. Joe (a newspaper reporter). After this initial run in theaters, additional shorts were produced for a segment on "The Hector Heathcote Show".

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I saw this film last night in tokyo,and Ifelt this film is one of best catoon films made in USA.
From my(japanese) point of view,Hashimoto family was described well,funny and beautiful,but of course,in 1959,almost japanese lived in Tokyo didn't...  (read more)

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Given the prevalence of racist stereotyping on American TV back then (I'm a geezer of 51 years, so I was there and I remember), this cartoon was a rarity, in that it treated traditional Japanese culture accurately, and even respectfully.
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