|Born||January 24, 1902|
|Died||May 1, 1981(aged 79)|
Heinosuke Gosho (五所 平之助 Gosho Heinosuke?, 24 January 1902 – 1 May 1981) was a Japanese film director who directed Japan's first talkie, The Neighbor's Wife and Mine, in 1931. He once served as president of the Directors Guild of Japan.
- Aiyoku no ki (愛慾の記) (1930)
- The Neighbor's Wife and Mine (マダムと女房, Madamu to nyōbō) (1931)
- Izu no odoriko (1933)
- A Burden of Life (人生のお荷物, Jinsei no onimotsu) (1935)
- Ima Hitotabi no (1947)
- Entotsu no mieru basho (煙突の見える場所) (1953)
- Inn at Osaka (Osaka no yado) (1954)
- Takekurabe (たけくらべ Takekurabe), English titles include: Adolescence aka Growing Up Twice aka Growing Up aka Child's Play (1955)
- "Nihon eiga kantoku kyōkai nenpyō" (in Japanese). Nihon eiga kantoku kyōkai. Retrieved 17 August 2010.
- Nolletti, Arthur (2005). The Cinema of Gosho Heinosuke: Laughter through Tears. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. ISBN 0-253-34484-0
- "五所平之助 (Gosho Heinosuke)" (in Japanese). Japanese Movie Database. Retrieved 2007-07-13.
- Heinosuke Gosho at the Internet Movie Database
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