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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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Harry Turner: [hands Chester a hand mirror] Who's that?
Chester Babcock: I don't know, but gimme a stick and I'll kill it.


Leader of the 3rd Echelon: I'll deal with humanity as I please and I'll do with humanity as I choose and I'll do it from the moon with my radio lunar bombs.


Diane: There must be some sensible solution to this problem.
Harry Turner: Well, of course there is. Two fellas, one girl. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, you come to my house.
Chester Babcock: Yeah. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, my house.
Diane: What about Sunday?
Chester Babcock: Everbody rests.


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In joke: Peter Sellers sings a few bars of "Thanks for the memory", Bob Hope's theme song.
The only Road movie not to be released by Paramount, it was released by United Artists.
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.
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