Hong Kong Hot Harbor (1962)

  |  Action, Crime, Drama


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French journalist Pierre Dalbert arrives in Hong Kong and, by accident, he is carrying a microfilm that was destined to local gang lord, Marech. Pierre is helped by an English journalist, ... See full summary »


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5 February 2021 | RodrigAndrisan
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| Déjà vu very predictable!
Stolen microfilm, chases in Hong Kong, 2nd hand actors, etc. I wanted to see it thanks to actors seen in other movies: the beautiful Marianne Koch, Marisol from "A Fistful of Dollars", Dominique Boschero, from other Eurospy movies - a genre for which I have a childhood weakness, I grew up with them over the '60s - Horst Frank, an equivalent of Klaus Kinski, a specialist in villain roles also in those Eurospy movies, and, finally, the embarrassing Brad Harris (one of the most lamentable actors ever), seen in the Commissioner X series, with Tony Kendall, and a few other films. Equally lamentable and embarrassing is the lead actor, Klausjürgen Wussow, whom I have never seen in any other film. Recommended only for lovers of the genre and fans of the named actors. 3 stars, only for the participation of Marianne Koch, Dominique Boschero and Horst Frank, one star for each, just for their presence.

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Release Date:

23 May 1962

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German


Country of Origin

West Germany, Italy

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