Five Golden Dragons (1967)

Not Rated   |    |  Action, Drama


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A naive young American playboy in Hong Kong finds himself caught up in the middle of an international crime.

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  • Robert Cummings and Margaret Lee in Five Golden Dragons (1967)
  • Robert Cummings and Maria Perschy in Five Golden Dragons (1967)
  • Margaret Lee and Sieghardt Rupp in Five Golden Dragons (1967)
  • Maria Perschy in Five Golden Dragons (1967)
  • Robert Cummings and Maria Perschy in Five Golden Dragons (1967)
  • Maria Perschy in Five Golden Dragons (1967)

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15 May 2012 | girvsjoint
5
| Five Tarnished Dragons
Unlike the other reviewers, I think the main reason to watch this film, is Robert Cummings, who for some strange reason preferred to bill himself as 'Bob' in the later years of his career! Always a smooth operator on screen, and in my all time top 5 or 6 'comedy' actors, I feel he must have realized early on that he was involved in somewhat of a 'turkey', and decided, wisely I think, to play the whole thing tongue in cheek! No matter what else is, or isn't going on around him, Mr. Cummings himself is always fascinating to watch! And the girls are all gorgeous, and the scenery is nice! It's a pity Cummings couldn't have had a better vehicle for his big screen swansong, but I think the secret of enjoying this film is simply not to take anything seriously!

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