A sultry night club singer, a man who has also traveled to many exotic ports and a salesman meet aboard ship on the 45-mile trip from Hong Kong to Macao. The singer is quickly hired by an American expatriate who runs the biggest casino in Macao and has a thriving business in converting hot jewels into cash. Her new boss thinks one of her traveling companions is a cop. One is -- but not the one the boss suspects. Written by
Dale O'Connor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On the spot...in the toughest spot on earth. (Lobby card).
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Did You Know?
Jane Russel confesses in her autobiography that, during the shooting of Macao, the director Josef Von Sternberg told eating was forbidden on the set for the crew. But that did not prevent Bob Mitchum to bring a basket of food every day for the whole technicians and actors. See more
Whenever Julie Benson sings in the gambling den, The piano and bass guitar accompaniment don't match the sound of the full orchestra backing her up. See more
Thanks for the flowers.
I couldn't afford a wreath.
Music by Jule Styne
Lyrics by Leo Robin
Sung by Jane Russell
Played on phonograph See more