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#3 in the fu manchu series
Substandard effort from the franchise, which lacks a decent plot, and has some unconvincing settings. Subsequent films in this series do get better though.
International criminal fu Manchu returns to bring down his arch rival, inspector smith of Scotland Yard. Overall, this is a little disappointing.
Harry Alan Towers' third Fu Manchu film is another step down in this steadily deteriorating series--An agreeable time-passer!!
The Fu Manchu series, which seem to get better and better as time goes on, entertains us here with Vengeance. Three sepearate talkes are told here that eventually link up with each other, and I was actually quite entetainted by the whole thing. Christopher Lee is great as usual. The final act seems to be missing a scene or two (or three) that maybe knocks it down a little though.
Summers and Lee bring Rohmer's pulp fiend back for revenge in a second-rate slice of 60s schlock. I thought we'd agreed never to mention that name again.
This was really boring....