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The Road to Hong Kong

The Road to Hong Kong(1962)

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Brief Synopsis

A pair of con men get mixed up in international intrigue and the space race.

Cast & Crew

Norman Panama Director
Bing Crosby Harry Turner
Bob Hope Chester Babcock
Robert Morley The Leader
Walter Gotell Dr. Zorbb
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Chicago opening: 23 May 1962
Release Date:  1962 Production Date:  A Norman Panama-Melvin Frank Production
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Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  United Artists
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Melnor Films
Duration(mins):  91 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • The funniest of all of the road pictures

    Roberta 2014-04-18

    This movie was made many years later in the early sixties which is why Dorothy didn't have the main girl part. Joan Collins, Peter Sellers, cameos at... MORE>

  • Road to Hong Kong (1962)

    Jay Higgins 2009-07-26

    The last, worst and least funny of all the "Road" pictures, and it's a big let down. What really hurts is Dorothy Lamour being reduced to a... MORE>

  • The Road to Hong Kong

    Mike 2008-04-23

    Panama-Frank deliver for a young boomer audience some of their very best work. MORE>