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The Face of Fu Manchu (6-Aug-1965)

Director: Don Sharp

Writer: Harry Alan Towers (as "Peter Welbeck")

From novel by: Sax Rohmer (novel series)

Music Composed and Conducted by: Christopher Whelen

Producer: Harry Alan Towers (as "Peter Welbeck")

Keywords: Mystery, Fu Manchu

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Nigel Green
15-Oct-1924 15-May-1972 The Ipcress File
James Robertson Justice
15-Jun-1907 2-Jul-1975 Doctor in the House
Christopher Lee
27-May-1922   The Face of Fu Manchu
Howard Marion-Crawford
17-Jan-1914 24-Nov-1969 Dr. Watson on Sherlock Holmes
Edwin Richfield
11-Sep-1921 2-Aug-1990 Interpol Calling


Christopher Lee   ...   Fu Manchu
Nigel Green   ...   Nayland Smith
Joachim Fuchsberger   ...   Carl Jannsen
Karin Dor   ...   Maria Muller
Guest Artists
James Robertson Justice   ...   Sir Charles
Howard Marion-Crawford   ...   Dr. Petrie
Tsai Chin   ...   Lin Tang
Walter Rilla   ...   Muller
Harry Brogan   ...   Gaskell
Poulet Tu   ...   Lotus
Archie O'Sullivan   ...   Chamberlain
Edwin Richfield   ...   Chief Magistrate
Joe Lynch   ...   Custodian
Peter Mossbacher   ...   Hanumon
Eric Young   ...   Grand Lama
Deborah De Lacey   ...   Slave Girl
Jim Norton   ...   Mathius
Jack O'Reilly   ...   Constable
Peter Mayock   ...   Soldier
Aiden Grennell   ...   Security Guard
Ray Mackin   ...   Soldier
Kevin Flood   ...   Traffic Policeman
John Franklin   ...   Morgue Attendant
Conor Evans   ...   River Police Officer
Derek Young   ...   Village Official


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