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The Road to Hong Kong (1962) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Norman Panama and produced by Melvin Frank and William Kirby.

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Leader of the 3rd Echelon: In that rocket, we're about to send two animals around the moon and if we succeed, we shall next send two men. And from the moon, that point of impenetrable power, I shall go before the United Nations and demand that they accede to our total and absolute control.
Chester Babcock: [to Harry] I think he rolls his own.


Harry Turner: An hour ago, she flipped over me. I don't dig it.
Chester Babcock: Well, that's understandable, an impressionable young thing falls for an elderly fellow. She probably thought you were a father figure.
Harry Turner: Father figure?
Chester Babcock: Yes, then she took another look and found out you had your father's figure.


Harry Turner: Chester, I give you my *solemn* word. *This* time it's not dangerous.
Chester Babcock: Not dangerous?
Harry Turner: No.
Chester Babcock: That's what 'cha said when you shot me out of a cannon, when you dropped me in a tank with an octopus. When you had me wrestle a gorilla. It's not dangerous! I'm not goin'. I'm through. I've had it. So forget it, *Charly*!


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Joan Collins was given the female lead in this final "Road" picture and Dorothy Lamour was given a small cameo appearance. When Lamour balked, and since financial backing hinged on her participation in the project, her role was enlarged.
In joke: Peter Sellers sings a few bars of "Thanks for the memory", Bob Hope's theme song.
The seventh of the seven Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour "Road" films. Dorothy Lamour only showed up long enough to help the boys out of a jam and still have enough time left over to get a song in.
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