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Ferry to Hong Kong (1959)

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Mark Conrad, a habitual drunk and troublemaker with a shady past, is expelled by Hong Kong police after one too many bar fights. He's sent to Macao on the Fa Tsan, a ferry owned by Captain ... See full summary »

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Mark Bertram Conrad (as Curt Jurgens)
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Captain Hart
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Liz Ferrers
Jeremy Spenser ...
Miguel Henriques, 1st Officer
Noel Purcell ...
Joe Skinner, Chief Engineer
Margaret Withers ...
Miss Carter
John Wallace ...
Police Inspector (Hong Kong)
Roy Chiao ...
Johnny Sing-Up
Shelley Shen ...
Foo Soo
Louis Seto ...
Tommy Cheng
Milton Reid ...
Yen, Sing-Up's Partner
Ronald Decent ...
Portuguese Major (Macao)
Don Carlos ...
Archdeacon
Nick Kendall ...
2nd Police Inspector (Hong Kong)
Kwan-San Lam ...
1st Guardian
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Mark Conrad, a habitual drunk and troublemaker with a shady past, is expelled by Hong Kong police after one too many bar fights. He's sent to Macao on the Fa Tsan, a ferry owned by Captain Hart. Conrad's papers are out of order and Macao refuses him entry. Unable to go ashore, Conrad is a permanent passenger on the ferry with Hart, who detests him. It's all one long, lazy voyage for Conrad until one fateful trip when an encounter with a typhoon and pirates forces Conrad to choose between an aimless drifter's life and becoming a man again. Written by Anonymous

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29 October 1959 (Denmark)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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Average Shot Length = ~7.3 seconds. Median Shot Length = ~7 seconds. See more »

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Ferry to Hong Kong
Traditional
Arranged by Robert Sharples
Lyrics by Paddy Roberts
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Truly Tragic
11 November 2001 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews



After boy-genius Orson Welles gave us his debut masterpiece `Citizen Kane', followed it up with the wonderful `Magnificent Ambersons'(and who could forget his charismatic Harry Lime in Carol Reed's `Third Man'?) he really had nowhere to go except down.

But I never expected to see him as he is in `Ferry to Hong Kong' mugging and pulling faces to try to produce cheap laughs in an awful English accent. He even waddles around at one stage with a board strapped to his back, all dignity gone. To paraphrase a well-known script-writer from Stratford `When great Orson fell, what a fall was there!'

Otherwise this is a pretty poor attempt at a comedy with perhaps some interest for those who want to see ever-changing Hong Kong as it was in the late Fifties.

I wish I hadn't seen `Ferry to Hong Kong'


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