Tadao Nagahama (長浜 忠夫 Nagahama Tadao) (September 26, 1936 – January 14, 1980) was a director of both puppet shows and animation.
Nagahama also directed several hit anime series that are still well known among Japanese viewers. Moreover, he produced hits with works of all genres, including sports, comedies, shonen, shojo, and Super Robots.
He has been referred to as "the Emperor" in imitation of film director Akira Kurosawa.
He and his wife contracted hepatitis while traveling overseas. Although his wife survived, he died from the disease at the age of 43.
- Obake no Q-tarō, 1965 (episode director)
- Pāman, 1967 (episode director)
- Star of the Giants, 1968 (director)
- Chingo Muchabei, 1971 (episode director)
- Shin Obake no Q-tarō, 1971 (director)
- ど根性ガエル(Do-Konjo Gaeru), 1972 (director)
- 侍ジャイアンツ(Samurai Giants), 1973 (director)
- Brave Raideen, 1975 (director, episodes 27-50)
- Combattler V, 1976 (director)
- Voltes V, 1977 (director)
- おれは鉄兵(Ore wa Teppei), 1977 (episode director)
- Daimos 1978 (director)
- Daltanius, 1979 (director)
- The Rose of Versailles, 1979 (director, episodes 1-18)
- ずっこけナイトドンデラマンチャ(Zukkoke Knight Don de La Mancha), 1980 (anime adaptation of Don Quixote)
- Ulysses 31, 1981 (episode director)
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