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Ken Shimura Drama, Dorifu Daibakyou OP Why did you make a “complete copy”? Existence of special program and director Yuichi Fukuda pointed out by experts: J-CAST News[Full text display]

Regarding the reproduction scene of the opening of “Dorifu Daibakyou” that was broadcast on December 27, 2021 in “Ken Shimura and Dorifu Daibakyou Monogatari” (Fuji TV series), “It was perfect without any deviation from one frame. I was surprised at the high degree of reproduction.

Why was the viewer able to achieve a surprising degree of reproduction? J-CAST News consulted with experts.


  • From the official drama page

  • From the official drama page

“The most laughing scene: Dorifu laughing OP reproduction scene”

“Dorifu Daibakyou” is a laughing program on Fuji TV, whose new work was broadcast from 1977 to 1998, and the opening shows a video of five people from “The Drifters” appearing side by side.

In the same scene, five Drifter members in black suits step on and sing “Dorifu Daibakyou no Theme” with a large number of female dancers (Schoolmates) holding pompoms in both hands. Chosuke Ikariya stands at the center, Cha Kato (78) and Boo Takagi (88) stand on the right side, and Koji Nakamoto (80) and Ken Shimura stand on the left side.

And in the drama, Kenichi Endo (60 = Ikariya), Ryo Katsuji (35 = Kato), Masaki Kaji (33 = Takagi), and Gaku Matsumoto (28 = Nakamoto) dressed as five people. Mr.) and Yuki Yamada (31 = starring, Mr. Shimura) appeared, and the same scene was reproduced. On the other hand, “The most laughing scene: The reproduction scene of Drifters LOL OP. Not only the set, choreography, and schoolmates, but above all, the unmotivated facial expressions of the Drifter members (especially Kato and Shimura) are too perfect reproductions. I just burst into laughter. “

The J-CAST news editorial department asked Akira Suzuki, a writer and laughter researcher, to analyze the reason why many people said that the opening was reproduced, which was highly acclaimed by viewers. Suzuki points out that while taking advantage of the fact that Fuji TV was a broadcasting station for “Dorifu Daibakyou,” the high degree of reproducibility was achieved as a result of paying attention to the details.

Certainly, in the reproduction scene, while female dancers who play the role of Schoolmates are crowded, it can be seen that the scene at that time was carefully reproduced, such as the appearance of five Drifters appearing in front of them. In addition, Mr. Suzuki

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