Passage from Hong Kong (1941)

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Set in Hong Kong on the eve of the Japanese invasion and a version of "The Second Floor Mystery (1930)", Jeff Hunter (Douglas Kennedy), a writer of pulp thrillers, tries to woo a reluctant ... See full summary »


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10 November 2013 | searchanddestroy-1
Passage from Hong Kong
Directed by Ross Lederman, who worked for Warner and Columbia pictures, this little film provides us good entertainment. A mix up of comedy, espionage and romance movie. Nothing exceptional here, the exotic atmosphere is of course not been made in natural setting but in Warner studios.

This is a rather rare film, aired on late TNT and never been shown since, at least as far as I know.

I have not really much to say about it. It is not especially my cup of tea. But I took it because of the opportunity to purchase such a rare item. During WW2, you found many of those features, with fifth column agents and other foreign evil characters, essentially German or Japanese.

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