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Drums of Fu Manchu (1943)

Approved | | Adventure, Thriller | 27 November 1943 (USA)
Dr. Fu Manchu is trying to take over the world by using the scepter of Genghis Khan, who was hidden in his tomb. With this scepter Fu Manchu gets all the Asian peoples in his power, and ... See full summary »

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Dr. Fu Manchu (archive footage)
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Sir Dennis Nayland Smith (archive footage)
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Allan Parker (archive footage)
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Fah-Lo-Suee (archive footage)
Olaf Hytten ...
Dr. Flinders Petrie (archive footage)
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Prof. Edward Randolph (archive footage)
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Mary Randolph (archive footage)
Lal Chand Mehra ...
Sirdar Prahni (archive footage)
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Dr. James Parker (archive footage)
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Ezra Howard (archive footage)
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Loki (archive footage)
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Professor Anderson (archive footage)
Wheaton Chambers ...
Dr. Humphrey (archive footage)
George Pembroke ...
C. W. Crawford (archive footage)
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Ranah Sang (archive footage)
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Dr. Fu Manchu is trying to take over the world by using the scepter of Genghis Khan, who was hidden in his tomb. With this scepter Fu Manchu gets all the Asian peoples in his power, and with their help he is able to conquer the world. But Fu Manchu is counteracted by his old nemesis Sir Dennis Nayland Smith and his partner Allan Parker. Written by Robert

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MASTER MIND FOR CRIME! The genius of DR. FU MANCHU creates a diabolical plot to rule the world! See more »


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(RCA High Fidelity Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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