BANDÔ KUMAJŰRÔ
   
TWO GENERATIONS
Bandô Kumajűrô I
 

The actor Sakata Hangorô III held the name of Bandô Kumajűrô I from the 11th lunar month of 1771 to the 10th lunar month of 1783.

Bandô Kumajűrô I in a print made by Katsukawa Shunkô in 1781

Bandô Kumajűrô II
 

The actor Bandô Matatarô V held the name of Bandô Kumajűrô II from unknown times to the 10th lunar month of 1838.

Bandô Kumajűrô II playing the role of Kurando Yukitsuna in the drama "Genpei Nunobiki no Taki", which was staged in the 7th lunar month of 1834 at the Ichimuraza (print made by Utagawa Kunisada I)

Bandô Kumajűrô 2.3
Bandô Kumajűrô II  In Japanese
 

Dates of birth and death unknown. A jitsuaku/katakiyaku actor named Bandô Kumajűrô was active in Edo in 1861. Relationship to the Bandô Clan unknown. Premiere in the 5th lunar month of 1861 at the Moritaza of Kawatake Shinshichi II's drama "Ryu to Mimasu Takane no Kumokiri"; Hakuen played the roles of Satô Bunzaemon and the Ômiya tedai Kankurô [casting]. His rank in the 1862 hyôbanki, jitsuaku/katakiyaku section, was two black strokes above jô-jô-(shiro)kichi (superior - superior - (white) excellent) [visual]. No record afterwards.

Bandô Kumajűrô in a print made by Ochiai Yoshiiku in the 11th lunar month of 1861

 
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