I Spy (1965–1968)
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Carry Me Back to Old Tsing-Tao 

Robinson and Scott must negotiate a deal with an aged Chinese criminal mastermind while fending off his three money-hungry sons-in-law.

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Pilar Seurat ...
Catherine
Philip Ahn ...
Charlie Huan
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Harold
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Turkey
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Morton
Joan Swift ...
Girl
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Mariner
Larry Thor ...
Mr. Farley
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Older Chinese
Lang Yun ...
Irene
Beulah Quo ...
Mary
Nancy Wong ...
Sally
Hans William Lee ...
Young Chinese
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"Papa" Charlie, a shady Chinese criminal type, wants to return to Formosa (now Taiwan), the land of his birth from Hong Kong. But he can't emigrate until he settles a large tax bill with U.S. authorities. He has three daughters married to criminals eager to get their hands on his money. Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott are assigned to help Charlie pay off his debts and avoid being killed by his deadly sons-in-law. But Charlie is also playing his own angle. Written by Bill Koenig

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29 September 1965 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Charlie Huan: I should never have nurtured you in the bosom of the West. You have forgotten the key to our survival: Oriental guile.
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Decent
5 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Papa" Charlie, a shady Chinese criminal type, wants to return to Formosa (now Taiwan), the land of his birth, from Hong Kong.

But he can't emigrate until he settles a large tax bill with U.S. authorities.

He has three daughters married to criminals eager to get their hands on his money.

Kelly Robinson and Alexander Scott are assigned to help Charlie pay off his debts and avoid being killed by his deadly sons-in-laws.

But Charlie is also playing his own angle.

Decent, but the fight scenes are so fake. They are actually laughable!


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