Yoko Tani

Highest Rated: 83% Walk, Don't Run (1966)
Birthday: May 2, 1932
Birthplace: Not Available
Japanese actress Yoko Tani made several leading appearances in European and American films of the '50s and '60s. She could be seen as a Vietnamese in The Quiet American (1958), a Chinese in Marco Polo (1961), and a general hanger-on in the wake of womanizing Dean Martin in Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963). More attractive than talented, Yoko Tani had the distinction of starring in one of the few Communist-bloc science fiction films of the '60s. Ms. Tani appeared as medical doctor Sumiko Ogimura in the East German-Polish collaborative production First Spaceship on Venus (1962).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Der schweigende Stern (Silent Star) Actor 2011
83% Walk, Don't Run Bath Attendant 1966
No Score Yet Invasion Leader of the Lystrians 1966
No Score Yet Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? Isami Hiroti 1963
No Score Yet First Spaceship on Venus Actor 1962
No Score Yet My Geisha Kazumi 1962
No Score Yet Maciste alla corte del Gran Khan (Samson and the Seven Miracles of the World) Princess Lei-ling 1961
82% The Savage Innocents Asiak 1961
No Score Yet First Spaceship on Venus Sumiko Ogimura MD 1960
No Score Yet Piccadilly Third Stop Actor 1960
No Score Yet Ultimate Hero Actor 1959
No Score Yet The Wind Cannot Read "Sabby" 1958
No Score Yet The Quiet American Hostess 1958
No Score Yet Ali Baba et les Quarante Voleurs (Ali Baba and Forty Thieves) Actor 1954


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