August 22, 1924 Yaibabikari – filmed by Toa Kinema Tojiin Studio
Keinosuke Asaka in Shura Hakkou (1926, Makino)
Kisaburo Totoki in Zanjin Zanbaken (1928, Shochiku)
Mataemon Araki in Araki Mataemon (1930, Shochiku)
Hanpeita Tsukigata in Tsukigata Hanpeita (1937, Dainippon Tennenshoku Eiga)
Mito Komon in Mito Komon (1957, Toei)
June 1920: Became the 1st student at Nikkatsu Kansai Studio Actor Training School established by Shozo Makino, with his stage name Tokizo Nakamura.
1921: Makino left Nikkatsu and dissolved the training school. Joined Suenosuke Nakamura Troupe and helped its regional tour.
1922: Joined Makino Educational Film Production.
1923: Joined Tojiin Studio, Makino Film Production.
1924: Renamed himself Tokizo Monden; changed his name to Ryunosuke Tsukigata and played a semi-lead role in July. Makino Film Production was absorbed into Toa Kinema and released a film with him as the lead actor.
June 1925: Shozo Makino established his own Makino Production, Ryunosuke transferred and starred in Shura Hakkou and rose in popularity.
March 1928: Ryunosuke left Makino Production and established Tsukigata Production, changing his name to Harusaburo Tsukigata.
1929: Tsukigata Production dissolved, and he joined Shochiku Shimogamo Studio in August, changing his name back to Ryunosuke Tsukigata.
May 1931: Became independent again, established Tsukigata Productions, and built a film studio in Ikoma, Nara Prefecture.
1932: Tsukigata Productions dissolved, and he joined Tokatsu Eiga-sha Film Company in May. The company dissolved in October, and he became freelance.
December 1933: Joined Shinko Kinema.
1935: Went freelance again. Joined Makino Talkie KK. in October.
June 1936: Left Makino Talkie KK.
May 1937: Joined Nikkatsu Kyoto Studio.
December 1940: Left Nikkatsu to be freelance again.
April 1942: Joined Daiei.
1949: Joined Toyoko Eiga.
1951: Toyoko Eiga merged with another company and renamed to Toei Company, Ltd.