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Ghost of the China Sea (1958)

A ragtag band of civilians and military personnel evade the Japanese in the Philippines, utilising the so-called USS Frankenstein.

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Martin French
Lynette Bernay ...
Justine Woolf
Norman Wright ...
Rev. Darby Edwards
Harry Chang ...
Himo 'Kato' Matsumo
Jonathan Haze ...
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Sabatio Trinidad
Mel Prestidge ...
Gaetano Gato
Jaime Del Rosario ...
Jaime Del Rosario
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Pvt. Hakashima (as Kam Fong Chan)
Dan Taba ...
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Bud Pente ...
Colonel McCutcheon
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A ragtag band of civilians and military personnel evade the Japanese in the Philippines, utilising the so-called USS Frankenstein.

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September 1958 (USA)  »

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Il fantasma dei mari della Cina  »

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Released after director Fred Sears' death. See more »

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Justine Woolf: Well, you look 1000% better today.
Martin French: I feel better.
Justine Woolf: That's wonderful! For as long as I've known you, you've never even felt good. Why the big improvement?
Martin French: Aw, I suppose it's 'cause we're past the problem of Larry.
Justine Woolf: Problem? That's a funny way to put it.
Martin French: Well, it *was* a problem. Larry's become important to me. It's a strange thing; no one's ever been important to me before. Now Larry is and, in a way, so is everyone on the boat.
Justine Woolf: I figured you would warm up one day.
Martin French: No, you don't understand. I ...
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Don't bother the ghost.

There is no more ghost here than there was a Jew in Hitler's office !!

It's not a horror flick we're talking about, but a good old war adventure that takes place during WW 2 in the Philippines. A group of Americans are surprised during the war and try to escape from the Japanese army. It's not a masterpiece, as you can guess. But it's rather entertaining, well paced and the characters are not so bad described. But there is no amazing sequences, just a little stock shots during battle moments. David Brian has the lead and this was Fred F Sears final picture.

That's all folks.

I think this film came from a 16 mm print. Not from a TV taping off.


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