A sultry night club singer, a man who has also traveled to many exotic ports and a salesman meet aboard ship on the 45-mile trip from Hong Kong to Macao. The singer is quickly hired by an American expatriate who runs the biggest casino in Macao and has a thriving business in converting hot jewels into cash. Her new boss thinks one of her traveling companions is a cop. One is -- but not the one the boss suspects. Written by
Dale O'Connor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A sultry chanteuse, a hunk on the lam and a fortune in stolen gems.
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Did You Know?
When Lawrence Trumble is getting himself a shave, he speaks to the Chinese salon lady in Pigeon English. She replies to him asking about baseball - either Yankees or Dodgers in perfect English, shocking him. Macao was released in 1952 and in the same year, New York Yankees defeated Brooklyn Dodgers 4-3 to take the Major League Baseball title. See more
In the DVD subtitles, some of the Portuguese police commander's dialogue has the words "señor" and "señora," spelled in the Spanish way. The Portuguese forms are "senhor" and "senhora". See more
You know, you remind me of an old Egyptian girlfriend of mine. The Sphinx.
Are you partial to females made of stone?
One for My Baby
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Sung by Jane Russell See more