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This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (April 2010) This article may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone, or spelling. You can assist by editing it. (April 2010) Osamu Dezaki (出﨑 統, Dezaki Osamu?) (also known as Makura Saki (崎 枕, さきまくら, Saki Makura?)) is a Japanese director of anime born on November 18, 1943 in Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.[1][citation needed] For another name "斉九洋," "松戸 完 Matsudo Kan," "矢吹 徹 Yabuki Toru." His older brother is Satoshi Dezaki, who is also anime director. He is known for his distinct visual style, which makes use of split-screen, stark lighting, and pastel freeze frames that he calls "Postcard Memories."[2] The latter is perhaps his most famous trademark and features a process where the screen fades into a detailed "painting" of the simpler original animation. Many of techniques that he used became popular afterwards and came to be called a peculiar technique of Japanese animation. Contents 1 Works 1.1 TV anime series 1.2 TV anime special program 1.3 OVA 1.4 Movie 2 References 3 External links // Works TV anime series Astro Boy (the first series, 1963-1966) animator → episode director 悟空の大冒険, Goku no Dai-bouken / Great adventure of Goku (based on Hsi Yu Chi, 1967) episode director わんぱく探偵団, Wanpaku Tanteidan / Naughty Detective Corps (1968) episode director Dororo (1969) episode director Tomorrow's Joe (1970-1971) chief director, and episode director ("さきまくら" name) Lupin the 3rd (the first series, 1971-1972) storyboard (episode 7,13, 17. "斉九洋" name) Jungle Kurobe (1973) chief director Aim for the Ace! / Ace o Nerae! (1973-1974) chief director はじめ人間ギャートルズ, Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz / Giatrus, The Dawn of Mankind (1974-1976) episode director, director of OP and ED Ganba no Bōken (ガンバの冒険, Adventures of Ganba?) (1975) chief director, and episode director ("さきまくら" name) Ganso Tensai Bakabon (1975-1977) episode director, and the image leader of this work Ie Naki Ko / Nobody's Child (based on Hector Malot's novel, Sans Famille / Nobody's Boy, 1977-1978) chief director, and episode director ("さきまくら" name) Takarajima(based on Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, 1978-1979) chief director The Rose of Versailles (also known as Lady Oscar, 1979-1980) chief director(from episode 19) Tomorrow's Joe (1980-1981) chief director Space Adventure Cobra / Space Cobra (1982-1983) chief director(with Yoshio Takeuchi) The Mighty Orbots (1984) chief director Bionic Six (1987) chief director Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light (1987) Creative Consultant Oniisama e (1991-1992) chief director The Old Testament story of Osamu Tezuka (1997) Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick (Herman Melville’s novel Moby-Dick is an influence on this series.) 1997-1999) original bill, chief director The Snow Queen (based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, the "Snow Queen." 2005-2006) chief director, storyboard Genji Monogatari Sennenki, 源氏物語千年紀 (2009, based on Genji Monogatari by Murasaki Shikibu.) Chief director, screenplay TV anime special program Botchan (June 13, 1980) supervisor Lupin the 3rd (TV special) chief director Bye-Bye Liberty Crisis (April 1, 1989) Mystery of the Hemingway Papers (July 20, 1990) Steal Napoleon's Dictionary! (August 9, 1991) From Russia With Love (July 24, 1992) The Pursuit of Harimao's Treasure (August 4, 1995) 孔子傳(Koushi-den)/ Confucius tradition (October 15, 1995) (coproduction of Japan, Korea and Chinese Taipei) chief director OVA Aim for the Ace! 2 / Ace o Nerae! 2 (1988) total supervisor, storyboard("さきまくら" name) One-Pound Gospel (1988) chief director ("さきまくら" name) 華星夜曲 / Sinter starlit night music (1989) chief director Aim for the Ace! / Ace o Nerae! Final Stage (1989-1990) chief director B.B. (1990-1991) chief director 修羅之介斬魔剣・死鎌紋の男 / Syura-no-suke Zan-ma-ken・Shirenmon no Otoko (1990) chief director Sohryuden: Legend of the Dragon Kings (1991-1993) chief director 宝島メモリアル 夕凪と呼ばれた男 / Treasure Island (Takarajima) Memorial, The man who was called an “evening calm” (1992) chief director Golgo 13 : Queen Bee (1998) chief director Black Jack (1993-2000) chief director Patient's record Ⅰ: Drift ice, the man of the chimera (the original: Hurricane) Patient's record Ⅱ: Funeral procession game (an original story) Patient's record Ⅲ: Decoration of Maria (the original: Promise) Patient's record Ⅳ: Sitophobia, Two Black Doctors (the original: Two Black Doctors) Patient's record Ⅴ: Owl of San Mérida (the original: Instant that passed away) Patient's record Ⅵ: Snowy bedtime story, Princess of love (an original story) Patient's record Ⅶ: White justice (the original: White justice) Patient's record Ⅷ: Green thought (the original: Bud, Old man and Tree) Patient's record Ⅸ: Eczema of the human face (the original: Eczema of the human face) Patient's record Ⅹ: Woman who is depressed (the original: Woman who is depressed(it is collected only by four volumes of the Weekly Shonen Champion Comics of the former edition.) Movie The Book of One Thousand and One Nights (June 14, 1969) animator Aim for the Ace! The Movie: Jump High, Hiromi! (September 8, 1979) chief director Tomorrow's Joe: The Movie (March 8, 1980) chief director Nobody's Child /Ie Naki Ko: The Movie (March 15, 1980) chief director Tomorrow's Joe: The Movie (July 18, 1981)chief director and screenplay Space Adventure Cobra (July 3, 1982) chief director Golgo 13: The Professional (May 28, 1983) chief director 冒険者たち ガンバと7匹のなかま Bōkensya-tachi Ganba to 7hiki no Nakama / Venturers "Gamba and seven friends" (Ganba no Bōken:The Movie, March 4, 1984) chief director Treasure Island (Takarajima): The Movie (May 9, 1987) chief director Black Jack: The Movie (November 30, 1996) chief director Hamtaro: The Movie chief director Hamu Hamu Rando Daibouken/Adventures in Ham-Ham Land (December 15, 2001) Hamu Hamu Hamu Maboroshi no Purincess/Princess of Vision (December 14, 2002) Hamu Hamu Guran Purin/Ham-Ham Grand Prix (December 13, 2003) Hamutaro to Fushigi no Oni no Ehon Tou/Hamtaro and the Mysterious Ogre's Picture Book Tower (December 23, 2004) Air (February 5, 2005) chief director[1] Clannad (September 15, 2007) chief director References ^ a b Dei, Shirou; Kodayashi, Akemi. "AIR The Movie". Newtype USA. 6 (12) pp. 54–55. December 2007. ISSN 1541-4817. ^ Black Jack: OAV Audio Commentary External links (Japanese) Osamu Dezaki official blog (Japanese) Fan Club (Japanese) Dezaki Osamu Production Works Appreciation Society Osamu Dezaki at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia Persondata Name Dezaki, Osamu Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death