Flight to Hong Kong is a 1956 crime drama directed by Joseph M. Newman. Tony Dumont (played by Rory Calhoun) is a career crook who deals with stolen diamonds. He is currently double crossing the mob dangerously and is agonizing over whether he should stay with his girlfriend (played by Dolores Donlon) or instead pursue Pamela Vincent (played by Barbra Rush), an interesting novelist that he has quickly become infatuated with. Tony met Pamela while on an airplane flight to Hong Kong. The plane gets held up by a gang of hi-jackers who steal a shipment of diamonds. Pamela is gladly encouraging Tony to keep on with his criminal activities for she is finding that his dirty deeds are working as great material for the new book she is writing. This film was shot all over in Hong Kong, Macao, Tangiers, Tokyo, San Francisco, and more.