Ferry to Hong Kong

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Time Out says

The first of Rank's clueless strikes at the international market is a moronic male melodrama-cum-adventure movie with Curd Jürgens as a shiftless Austrian drifter who's in his element when Orson Welles' ferry is threatened by a typhoon off Macao. All at sea away from his favoured British subject matter, Lewis Gilbert tries to navigate by the stars, but he's duly scuppered by his own rocky script. Filmed in CinemaScope.
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UK release:

1959

Duration:

113 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Lewis Gilbert

Cast:

Noel Purcell, Jeremy Spenser, Orson Welles, Sylvia Syms, Curd Jürgens, Milton Reid

Music:

Kenneth Jones

Production Designer:

John Stoll

Editor:

Peter Hunt

Cinematography:

Otto Heller

Screenwriter:

Lewis Gilbert, Vernon Harris

Producer:

George Maynard

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