Masako Nozawa, Michio Hazama, Hiroyuki Ono, “ Voice actors live on Buster Keaton’s “SHERLOCK JR.” / Talkshow “Keaton & Chaplin””

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5/25(Sat) ①18:00 – 19:30, ②21:00 – 22:30
21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Gallery3
[Participation fee]
¥4000 (Includes complimentary ticket to SENSE OF HUMOR exhibition. )
* First 40 arrivals for each time (booking required)
[Organized by]
Mouvement, 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT
The Chaplin Society of Japan
* No photography permitted.
Buster Keaton was regarded as one of the three “Kings of Comedy” in the first half of the 20th Century, and his masterpiece in slapstick comedy, “SHERLOCK JR.,” 1924, epitomized his talent. Two voice actors from Japan will perform a live dub in Japanese during this special screening. The event will also include a portion of Keaton’s cameo scene from Chaplin’s signature film, “LIMELIGHT,” 1952. Please enjoy this screening performance and talk.


Masako Nozawa

Nozawa is an actress and voice actress. She leads the theater troupe Gekidan Moonlight. She was born in 1936. Notable roles from her long career include Son Goku, Gohan, and Goten in the series Dragon Ball, Hiroshi in Dokonjo Gaeru (The Gutsy Frog), Kitaro in GeGeGe no Kitaro (Spooky Ooky Kitaro), and Tetsuro Hoshino in Galaxy Express 999.

Michio Hazama

Hazama is an actor and voice actor. He was born in 1933. Notable roles from his long career include dubbing the voices of Sylvester Stallone in the Rocky series, Charlie Chaplin in Limelight, Dean Martin, Paul Newman, and Al Pacino. In 2008, he won an Achievement Award at the 2nd Seiyu Awards for voice acting.

Hiroyuki Ono

Born in 1974. Film-theatre critic,scriptwriter,playwright. Chair of the chaplin Society of Japan. Asia-Pacific correspondent of the Chaplin Review(US).