The Vengeance of Fu Manchu
|The Vengeance of Fu Manchu|
|Directed by||Jeremy Summers|
|Produced by||Harry Alan Towers|
|Written by||Harry Alan Towers|
|Music by||Malcolm Lockyer
Gert Wilden (German version)
|Cinematography||John Von Kotze|
|Edited by||Allan Morrison|
|Distributed by||Anglo-Amalgamated (UK), Warner Bros/Seven Arts (USA)|
|Running time||91 min.|
The Vengeance of Fu Manchu is a 1967 British film directed by Jeremy Summers starring Christopher Lee, Horst Frank, Douglas Wilmer and Tsai Chin. It was the third British/German Constantin Film co-production of the Fu Manchu series and the first to be filmed in Hong Kong. It was generally released in the UK through Warner-Pathé (as support feature to the Lindsay Shonteff film The Million Eyes of Sumuru) on 3 December 1967.
In his remote hideaway in the Chinese province of Gansu, the evil Fu Manchu (Christopher Lee) plots the death and downfall of his arch rival, Inspector Nayland Smith of Scotland Yard, as the first step in his plan to become leader of the world's most terrible criminals.
- Kinematograph Weekly vol 605 no 3137, 25 November 1967
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