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Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)

Lang Jeffries plays a school teacher in financial trouble until he finds a stash of diamonds that everyone else wants. He tries to flee the country (Vietnam) and escape with his riches and his girlfriend. The chase is on. Larry Anderson.

Director:

Jürgen Roland

Writers:

Jameson Brewer (as James Brewer), James Hadley Chase (novel)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lang Jeffries ... Mark Jason
Francesca Tu ... Nhan Lee Quon (as Francisca Tu)
Werner Peters ... Charlie Lee
Daniel Emilfork ... Inspector Gonsart
Sal Borgese ... Jojo (as Salvatore Borgese)
François Cadet François Cadet ... Wade
Christa Linder ... Stella
Luciana Paoli Luciana Paoli ... Anita
Kam Re Kam Re ... Lam Than
Tam Tin Tam Tin ... Grandfather
Gianni Rizzo Gianni Rizzo ... Blackie Lee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mai Chang Mai Chang ... Mistress
Dong Ham Dong Ham ... Doctor
Van Tho Nguyen Van Tho Nguyen ... General
My Lang To My Lang To ... Murdered Girlfriend
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Storyline

Mark Jason, a teacher working in Vietnam, finds a large stash of diamonds in his house. He kills the policeman watching him and attempts to flee to Hong Kong with his Girlfriend. After he is betrayed by a local gangster, he desperately tries to escape but finds many parties want those diamonds and are hunting for him. He tries everything but is foiled at all attempts. In the shoot-out at the climax, just about every involved dies and Mark is left to wander aimlessly no better off than when he started. Larry Anderson. Written by Larry Anderson

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Genres:

Adventure

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Country:

Italy | France | West Germany

Language:

French | German

Release Date:

26 July 1967 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

A Lotus for Miss Quon See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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One of the roles in this movie was originally supposed to be played by George Nader. See more »

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Lang Jeffries is actually acting in this rare gem.
15 July 2019 | by larryandersonSee all my reviews

Lang Jeffries buys a portrait and wants to hang it on a wall in his empty mansion (His wife is divorcing him and most of the furniture is gone). He hammers a nail in the wall and a stash of "Former Government" diamond falls out. He kills the Policeman watching him and tries to flee Vietnam (in the movie they don't say the country but the novel says Vietnam), with the loot. Everyone else knows about the diamonds and chases him and his girlfriend. He trusts the local gangster Blackie Lee who, along with his brother, want the diamonds for themselves. After blowing up cars and a building, they almost escape in a helicopter but a gun battle ensues and all except Jeffries walks away. No diamonds and a dead girlfriend. Lang Jeffries is actually acting in this movie, unlike most of his work. An almost believable story. It could have been turned into a Euro-Spy with a few alterations. A rare gem indeed, well worth watching. Larry Anderson.


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