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      The Road to Hong Kong

      1962, Musical/Comedy, 1h 31m

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      Movie Info

      With their vaudeville act going nowhere, Harry Turner (Bing Crosby) and Chester Babcock (Bob Hope) decide to become con artists -- except Chester is having a few problems with his memory, which doesn't exactly help. Luckily, Turner and Chester find a miracle drug in Tibet that cures Chester. When he memorizes a secret formula for space travel with his improved mind, however, a whole host of other problems crop up, accompanied by an alluring spy, Diane (Joan Collins).

      • Genre: Musical, Comedy

      • Original Language: English

      • Director: Norman Panama

      • Producer: Melvin Frank

      • Writer: Melvin Frank, Norman Panama

      • Release Date (Theaters):  original

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      • Distributor: United Artists

      • Production Co: Melnor Films

      Cast & Crew

      Bing Crosby
      Bob Hope
      Robert Morley
      Peter Sellers
      Felix Aylmer
      Melvin Frank
      Norman Panama
      Robert Farnon
      Jack Hildyard
      Alan Osbiston
      John C. Smith
      Roger K. Furse
      Syd Cain
      Maurice Fowler

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      • Jan 07, 2013

        The Road to Bali was lamentable, but this one simply reeks. There's some spy stuff thrown in to update the duo, some space stuff, very 60's, but get your granddad to wear his pants under his waist and a hoodie and you've got more laffs right in your own living room.

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      • Oct 24, 2010

        This movie is the worst of the Road series, I don't know why they decided to make another one in the sixties, they were getting old and the writer doesn't know what's funny anymore. The story is stupid and doesn't make much sense towards the end either.

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      • Feb 04, 2009

        "Dual Carburetors!" The last of the "Road" films feels almost as viable as the first. Credit Mr. Hope and a cast that includes Dorothy Lamour, Joan Collins, Dean Martin, David Niven, Peter Sellers, Frank Sinatra and Robert Morley.

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      • Jun 27, 2008

        Final Road movie is not quite as fun as some of the others, but still worthwhile.

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