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The Terror of the Tongs (1961) Poster

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This was the first Hammer movie for which Sir Christopher Lee received top billing.
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Sir Christopher Lee said in interviews that the make-up he sported in this movie to transform him into a Chinese man was the most uncomfortable make-up that he had to endure at that point in time.
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Sir Christopher Lee reported to work on this movie after a vacation in Northern Italy with a deep tan, which was problematic for the Make-up Department, as his character was supposed to have very pale skin.
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The bone scraping scene wasn't in the first draft of the script.
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According to interviews, Harold Goodwin was bemused to be cast as a Chinese man.
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Shot in the months of April and May 1960.
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This movie takes place in Hong Kong in 1910.
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