Three Dolls From Hong Kong

In this comedy, Dan plays a reporter for a weekly magazine. His best friend, Shigeyama, is a dancer. Dan helps her obtain a booking for an international tour, scheduled to play first in Hong Kong. Just before they are due to leave, they are joined by their wealthy friend, Nakajima, who plans to travel with them, even though she has no passport or ticket....read more

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In this comedy, Dan plays a reporter for a weekly magazine. His best friend, Shigeyama, is a dancer. Dan helps her obtain a booking for an international tour, scheduled to play first in Hong Kong. Just before they are due to leave, they are joined by their wealthy friend, Nakajima, who

plans to travel with them, even though she has no passport or ticket. They hide Nakajima in their suitcase and smuggle her past customs. While in Hong Kong, they are approached by a Chinese man who passes himself off as a wealthy gentleman, when in reality, he is only a wealthy man's secretary. He

promises to help them in Hong Kong, but they soon find out his true identity when they discover that Shigeyama's promoter has vanished with all her money. During Shigeyama's performance, she is spotted by the secretary's boss, who propositions her after the show and invites her to become his 13th

concubine. Dan comes to the rescue of her dancer friend by threatening the wealthy man with exposure in her magazine unless he allows his son to marry the woman he loves, a nightclub singer. The film ends as the three friends return to Japan, after their parents have notified the authorities that

they are missing. THREE DOLLS FROM HONG KONG was originally released in 1959.