Mitsugi "Miki" Morita (sometimes credited as Mike Morita) was a Japanese character actor who worked in Hollywood from the 1920s through around 1940. He had worked as a stage actor before beginning his career onscreen.
October 1, 1896
Ueda City, Nagano, Japan
|Died||December 3, 1985|
Fresno, California, USA
- The House Across the Bay (1940)
- The Awful Truth (1937)
- It Happened in Hollywood (1937)
- Border Phantom (1937)
- Women of Glamour (1937)
- Isle of Fury (1936)
- The Dark Hour (1936)
- Oil for the Lamps of China (1935)
- The Casino Murder Case (1935)
- Death Flies East (1935)
- Behold My Wife! (1934)
- The Captain Hates the Sea (1934)
- Christopher Strong (1933)
- Nagana (1933)
- Renegades of the West (1932)
- They Call It Sin (1932)
- War Correspondent (1932)
- Shanghai Express (1932)
- Telling the World (1928)
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