Stray Cat Rock: Wild Jumbo

Nora-Neko Rokku: Wairudo Janbo 野良猫ロック ワイルドジャンボ

Director: Toshiya Fujita 藤田敏八
Released: August 1, 1970
Distributor: Nikkatsu
Screenplay: Shuichi Nagahara 永原秀一 and Toshiya Fujita 藤田敏八

Meiko Kaji 梶芽衣子 as C-Ko
Bunjaku Han 范文雀 as Asako
Takeo Chii 地井武男 as Taki
Tatsuya Fuji 藤竜也 as Ganishin
Yusuke Natsu 夏夕介 as Jiro
Soichiro Maeno 前野霜一郎 as Debo
Ken Sasaki 佐々木賢 as Katori
Masahiro Kawagama 香川雅弘 as Kahoku
Ryohei Uchida 内田良平
Mari Shiraki 白木マリ
Akiko Wada 和田 アキ子
Kazuo Kato 加藤和男
Junko Natsu 夏純子


The second of five Stray Cat Rock films.

Despite only appearing in the film to sing (using footage from the first Stray Cat Rock film), Akiko Wada's face is large on the poster because she was originally going to be a bigger part of the movie. According to the book Cinema Inferno: Celluloid Explosions From The Cultural Margins, Wada was pulled from the series by her managers at Horirpo who wanted to try to market her as a "normal" girl rather than as a juvenile delinquent.



A group of wild young people, after enjoying antics in a jeep, kidnap a wealthy woman driver (Bunjaku Han) by shooting out her car tires. They set her free but she forms an attraction to a member of the group. They begin a romance and she tells him she is the mistress of the leader of a religious organization called Shinkyo Gakkai. The group dig up a stash of weapons buried in a school courtyard at the end of the second world war. They plan to rob the organization.

Synopsis taken from Wikipedia.