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The Face of Fu Manchu ()


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Grisly strangulations in London alert Nayland Smith of Scotland Yard to the possibility of the fiendish Fu Manchu may not be dead after all, even though Smith witnessed his execution. A... See more »

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Fu Manchu
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Nayland Smith
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Carl Jannsen
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Maria Muller
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Sir Charles
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Dr. Petrie (as Howard Marion Crawford)
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Lin Tang
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Muller
Harry Brogan ...
Gaskell
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Lotus (as Poulet Tu)
Archie O'Sullivan ...
Chamberlain
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Chief Magistrate
Joe Lynch ...
Custodian
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Hanumon (as Peter Mossbacher)
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Grand Lama (as Eric Young)
Deborah DeLacey ...
Slave Girl (as Deborah De Lacey)
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Mathius
Jack O'Reilly ...
Constable
Peter Mayock ...
Soldier
Aiden Grennell ...
Security Guard
Ray Mackin ...
Soldier
Kevin Flood ...
Traffic Policeman
John Franklyn ...
Morgue Attendant (as John Franklin)
Conor Evans ...
River Police Officer
Derek Young ...
Village Official
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Manchu Minion (uncredited)
Malcolm Johns ...
Executioner (uncredited)
Dave Lally ...
Boy in Village (uncredited)
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Manchu Minion (uncredited)

Directed by

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Don Sharp

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Harry Alan Towers ... (screenplay) (as Peter Welbeck)
 
Sax Rohmer ... (characters) (uncredited)

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Harry Alan Towers ... producer
Oliver A. Unger ... executive producer: US print only (as Oliver Unger)

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Christopher Whelen

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Ernest Steward ... director of photography

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John Trumper

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John Colville ... assistant editor (uncredited)

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Frank White

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Anne Box ... hairdresser (as Ann Box)
Gerry Fletcher ... makeup artiste

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John Comfort ... production supervisor

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Barrie Melrose ... assistant director
Anthony B. Unger ... third assistant director (uncredited)

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Ken Cameron ... sound recordist
Fred Hughesdon ... sound recordist

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James Bawden ... camera operator (as Jimmy Bawden)
H.A.R. Thomson ... second unit cameraman (as H.A.R. Thompson)
Michael Browne ... gaffer (uncredited)

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Dorothy Edwards ... wardrobe supervisor

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Christopher Whelen ... conductor
Ivor Slaney ... composer: stock music (uncredited)

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Phyllis Townshend ... continuity
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Plot Summary

Grisly strangulations in London alert Nayland Smith of Scotland Yard to the possibility of the fiendish Fu Manchu may not be dead after all, even though Smith witnessed his execution. A killer spray made from Tibetan berries seems to be involved and clues keep leading back to the Thames. Written by Jeremy Perkins

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Taglines Obey Fu Manchu Or Every Living Thing Will Die! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Sax Rohmer's The Face of Fu Manchu (United Kingdom)
  • Ich, Dr. Fu Man Chu (West Germany)
  • Le masque de Fu-Manchu (France)
  • El regreso de Fu-Manchú (Spain)
  • El rostro de Fu Manchú (Mexico)
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  • 89 min
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Trivia Weather conditions in the Irish locations were damp, bleak, and cold. According to Christopher Lee, everyone came down with the flu because of the freezing conditions and veteran actor Walter Rilla almost died. See more »
Goofs The Army is totally unprepared for a possible chemical attack, not even carrying gas-masks, despite the Authorities knowing that Fu Manchu's plan involves producing a deadly poison. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in London Labyrinth (1993). See more »
Soundtracks Radio Revels See more »
Quotes Fu Manchu: [broadcasting by radio] Attention! Attention! This is Fu Manchu. Stand by for an important message. I repeat, this is Fu Manchu. You know now that I must be obeyed, that I am all-powerful. In two more days I shall give my commands. They will be carried out at once... or ten thousand shall die. Ten thousand. And one particular man. That is all.
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