The model ship of the title has a short but mostly effective night time typhoon sequence by British effects supervisor Syd Pearson.
Orson Welles appears here in one of the most embarrassingly bad and undignified performances of his career. His English accent sounds like a "Limey" parody.
Saturday, 19 January 2013
Ferry to Hong Kong 1959
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