A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)

G   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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In Hong Kong, the ambassador returning to America meets the Russian countess, a refugee without a passport, who decides to hide in his cabin.


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  • Tippi Hedren and Sydney Chaplin in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
  • Tippi Hedren in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
  • Tippi Hedren in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
  • Sophia Loren in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
  • Margaret Rutherford in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)
  • Michael Medwin in A Countess from Hong Kong (1967)

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13 October 2001 | nicholas.rhodes
Pleasant surprise - and what music !!!
I finally got round to seeing this one recently though it has often appeared on French TV and is noted above all for being Chaplin's last film and first and last colour film. I was enchanted by it ; the music is fantastic and the physique and voice of Sophia Loren (especially in pyjamas) is just.........so loveable gorrrrrrgeous and erotic ! Marlon Brando seems a little out of it all at times was perhaps not the right actor for the Role ; Margaret Rutherford in the personage of " Mrs Gaulswallow " ( just where to God's name did they think up a name like that ?? ) had me in total fits of laughter during her short appearance. The film is strange as it is in modern colour with good picture quality but the sound and dialogues as well as being poor acoustically are reminiscent of the 40s or 50s but obviously in keeping with Chaplin's style. I have always liked most of Chaplin's (talking) films but it is the quality of his musical scores that really get me. The score from Limelight and "This is My Song" which comes from A Countess in N.Y. are absolute masterpieces of Romanticism. Lovely !!!

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