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The Road To Hong kong
- Michael Whitty
The last of the "road" pictures with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby getting mixed-up with villains who want to send them to the moon. Joan Collins makes for a lethal lovely trying to get information from Bob but later sides with our heroes. The Hope-Crosby humor keeps things alive though maybe the best of the "road" pictures were "Road To Morocco" and "Road To Rio".
The Road to Hong kong
- michael Whitty
The last of the Bob Hope-Bing Crosby road pictures was a decent comedy entertainment with our heroes getting mixed-up with villains who want to send them to the moon. The stars did seven "road" pictures with maybe "Road to Rio" and "Road to Morocco" as the best ones. But being the last one made "Road to Hong kong" had a little more technical sense applied as they dealt with the beauty of Joan Collins and the usual fun of Dorothy Lamour.
Not up to earlier standards..........
Not up to earlier standards, probably the least funny of the series. As Bob Hope aged, he got more and more arrogant which shows through clearly in this movie. Stay with the first three in the series in my opinion.
The funniest of all of the road pictures
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 end by Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin were all great and Bob Hope was absolutely hysterical. My favorite part is when he is in costume trying to hide from the bad guys but he had somehow fallen in with some fish and there is fish that comes out of his robe and starts munching on his mustache, it was priceless.
Road to Hong Kong (1962)
- Jay Higgins
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 cameo role and the awful Joan Collins filling in her shoes. What an insult!
The Road to Hong Kong
Panama-Frank deliver for a young boomer audience some of their very best work.
Crosby and Hope
Though not as funny as the earlier Road pictures, anything with Hope and Crosby is worthwhile. Both are a little older, but the charm is still there. Joan Collins is no substitute for Dorithy Lamour, but still worth watching.