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Q: Unlike Nagata, Okawa was strict in his management of the money flow, but at the same time he was a vain man. Taking advantage of Japan's cheap and skilled labor, one produces animated films at a faster rate than Disney, one a year, hailed as works of art and making Toei famous both in Japan and abroad, earning an abundance of foreign currencies including U.S. dollars ---- it's no wonder he had such a dream. sembra naturale?
A: × Unlike Nagata, Okawa was strict in his management of the money flow, but at the same time he was a vain man.
✓ Unlike Nagata, Okawa was strict in his management of the money flow, but at the same time he was also a vain man.

× Taking advantage of Japan's cheap and skilled labor, one produces animated films at a faster rate than Disney, one a year, hailed as works of art and making Toei famous both in Japan and abroad, earning an abundance of foreign currencies including U.S. dollars ---- it's no wonder he had such a dream.
✓ Taking advantage of Japan's cheap and skilled labor, he produced animated films at a faster rate than Disney, one a year. These films were hailed as works of art, making Toei famous both in Japan and abroad, and earning an abundance of foreign currencies including U.S. dollars ---- It’s no wonder he had such a dream.

There was too much in the one sentence so it just ran on.
Q: Nagata's populist personality was reflected in the fact that his film company had produced mainly entertainment films. Therefore, he was somewhat puzzled by the sudden emergence of such a highly artistic film, but he noted that it could be successful in the Western market. In fact, an Italian woman who worked in film distribution in Japan was so impressed with "Rashomon" that she had an Italian-subtitled version made with her own money and submitted it to the 1951 Venice International Film Festival, where it won the Grand Prize, something neither Kurosawa nor Nagata had expected. Kurosawa had already parted ways with Nagata by this time and was working on another ambitious film for another film company. The award went to Nagata. sembra naturale?
A: It sounds very natural!!!

Star Wars largely borrows from many Japanese films, right? Akira Kurosawa’s The Hidden Fortress inspired New Hope! A lot of other directors also borrowed and are borrowing from other Japanese films from that era to this day. I think it is fair to say that these films had a large impact across the Pacific! 

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Q: Nagata's film company, Daiei, acquired the exclusive distribution rights to Disney films in Japan. It was not a fair deal, as it provided that most of the profits in Japan would go to Disney, but for Nagata, who was already more than satisfied with the domestic revenues of his own productions, it was a partnership based on his personal vanity to promote his relationship with Walt Disney to the Japanese.

The following year, 1950, Snow White was finally released in Japan, twelve years later than in the United States. The following year, Bambi was also released for the first time in Japan. Both sent the Japanese into a frenzy.

Moreover, in addition to the exclusive distribution rights for Disney films in Japan, Daiei Films was also entrusted with the licensing of Disney cartoon characters on behalf of the Disney Company. Considering that the number of licensed Disney character products in Europe had never stopped since before World War II, and that the Disney Company had faced this difficult situation even outside the Western world, Walt's generosity to Daiei was unparalleled. This was perhaps not due to commercial intentions, but to his personal affection for Nagata. sembra naturale?
A: × It was not a fair deal, as it provided that most of the profits in Japan would go to Disney, but for Nagata, who was already more than satisfied with the domestic revenues of his own productions, it was a partnership based on his personal vanity to promote his relationship with Walt Disney to the Japanese.
✓ It was not a fair deal, as it stipulated that most of the profits in Japan would go to Disney. But for Nagata, who was already more than satisfied with the domestic revenues of his own productions, it was a partnership based on his personal vanity to promote his relationship with Walt Disney to the Japanese.

× The following year, 1950, Snow White was finally released in Japan, twelve years later than in the United States.
✓ The following year in 1950, Snow White was finally released in Japan, twelve years after (being released in) the United States.

× Moreover, in addition to the exclusive distribution rights for Disney films in Japan, Daiei Films was also entrusted with the licensing of Disney cartoon characters on behalf of the Disney Company.
✓ Moreover, in addition to the exclusive distribution rights for Disney films in Japan, Daiei Films was also entrusted with the licensing of Disney cartoon characters on behalf of Disney.

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