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Shogun

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Shogun
Shogun
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Awards

  • 1981 - People's Choice Awards - Favorite TV Mini-Series - winner
  • 1981 - Emmy - Outstanding Directing in a Limited Series or Special - nominated
  • 1981 - Emmy - Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or a Special - nominated
  • 1981 - Emmy - Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Special - nominated

Cast & Crew See All

Richard Chamberlain
Toshiro Mifune
Lord Toranaga
Yoko Shimada
Lady Toda Buntaro-Mariko

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