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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Hong Kong (1952) DVD-R

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Starring Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming, Nigel Bruce, Marvin Miller, Mary Somerville

Directed by Lewis R. Foster



Print: color

Runtime: 94 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



This thriller is set in Asia and follows the exciting exploits of a villainous soldier of fortune

(Ronald Reagan) involved in shady shenanigans with the communists who gets caught

red-handed by the authorities. He manages to escape and during his flight encounters a

charming Chinese orphan who carries with him a priceless old statue. Wanting the

sculpture, the mercenary allows the child to travel with him. He next teams up with a

beautiful Red Cross volunteer. The three use their considerable con-artist skills to make it

into a Hong Kong hotel room. There he finds himself feeling drawn towards the honest life

by the woman and the child, but not before he steals the lad's statue and takes it to an

art-dealer, who turns out to be a major crook. The mercenary finally goes straight after he

nearly causes the boy's death.

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Starring Ronald Reagan, Rhonda Fleming, Nigel Bruce, Marvin Miller, Mary Somerville
Directed by Lewis R. Foster

Print: color
Runtime: 94 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

This thriller is set in Asia and follows the exciting exploits of a villainous soldier of fortune
(Ronald Reagan) involved in shady shenanigans with the communists who gets caught
red-handed by the authorities. He manages to escape and during his flight encounters a
charming Chinese orphan who carries with him a priceless old statue. Wanting the
sculpture, the mercenary allows the child to travel with him. He next teams up with a
beautiful Red Cross volunteer. The three use their considerable con-artist skills to make it
into a Hong Kong hotel room. There he finds himself feeling drawn towards the honest life
by the woman and the child, but not before he steals the lad's statue and takes it to an
art-dealer, who turns out to be a major crook. The mercenary finally goes straight after he
nearly causes the boy's death.

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