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Five Golden Dragons (1967)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 4 August 1967 (West Germany)
A naive young American playboy in Hong Kong finds himself caught up in the middle of an international crime.

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Cast

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Bob Mitchell (as Bob Cummings)
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Magda
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Comm. Sanders
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Gert
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Ingrid
Sieghardt Rupp ...
Peterson
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Inspector Chiao
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Dragon #3
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Dragon #1
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Dragon #4
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Dragon #2
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Margret
Yukari Itô ...
Guest Singer (as Yukari Ito)
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A naive young American playboy in Hong Kong finds himself caught up in the middle of an international crime.

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Action | Drama

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4 August 1967 (West Germany)  »

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5 Dragões de Ouro  »

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Christopher Lee recalled that he spent several happy hours talking to Brian Donlevy's wife, Lillian. Prior to marrying Donlevy, she had been Lillian Lugosi! See more »

Goofs

When the murdered Margret (Maria Perschy) is discovered lying on bed in her hotel room with her neck having been broken, we watch Commander Sanders (Rupert Davies) and Bob Mitchell (Bob Cummings) - after having examined Margret's corpse - in the foreground discussing their further proceedings to solve the crimes that have been committed so far in the movie. In the background we observe the dead body of Margret blinking with both her eyelids several times! A dead person surely can't do that. See more »

Connections

References Goldfinger (1964) See more »

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Five Golden Dragons
Music by Malcolm Lockyer
Lyrics by Hal Shaper
Performed by Margaret Lee (as The Voice of Domino)
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Crassy !
12 March 2015 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

B grade British film set (and made) in Hong Kong, although the leads are American.

The Five Dragons are a confederate involved in illegal activity in Hong Kong, when they decide to dissolve the confederate. A professor meets some young women at the pool and becomes involved.

The story is simple comic book stuff, and not particularly carefully made, but the film is livened up by many period scenes in Hong Kong and the comely Magda.

There is a song by a contemporary Japanese star called Yukari Ito. In one scene a (new) Toyota Corona turns into an (old) Morris Oxford before blowing up.


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