The Road to Hong Kong

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Released 1962

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The Road to Hong Kong

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Director:
Norman Panama
Released:
1962
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The Road To Hong Kong is a comical romp about a couple of con men who run into unexpected trouble after one of them loses his memory. Traveling shysters Harry Turner (Bing Crosby) and Chester Babcock (Bob Hope) are in Calcutta trying out a fake jetpack when Chester has an accident, losing his memory. The boys catch wind of a medicinal treatment at a lamasery in Tibet, and hop a plane to try the special herb blend, that does the trick. It works so well, in fact, that Chester remembers everything perfectly, and memorizes a top secret formula given to him accidentally by Diane (Joan Collins), an agent for the spy group The 3rd Echelon. Harry and Chester's problems are shot into light speed when they end up pursued by the organization's leader (Robert Morley), and replacing a couple of monkeys on a rocket bound for the moon. Norman Panama directs this 6th and final installment of Crosby and Hope's road films, featuring appearances by Dorothy Lamour, Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.moreless
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    Dorothy Lamour

    Dorothy Lamour

    Herself

    Bob Hope

    Bob Hope

    Chester Babcock

    Walter Gotell

    Walter Gotell

    Dr. Zorbb (3rd Echelon scientist)

    Bing Crosby

    Bing Crosby

    Harry Turner

    Joan Collins

    Joan Collins

    Diane (3rd Echelon agent)

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