Hong Kong Confidential (1958 film)
|Hong Kong Confidential|
|Directed by||Edward L. Cahn|
|Produced by||Robert E. Kent|
|Screenplay by||Orville H. Hampton|
|Music by||Emil Newman|
|Edited by||Edward Mann|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
Agent Casey Reed is tasked to find a missing prince (played by an un-credited Michael Barry) of the small Arab nation Thamen who was kidnapped by Communists who want him to not sign an agreement to let the United State build a missile base there. He masquerades as a singer in a nightclub, but he is captured by the Communists, who plan to kill the two of them in order to blame the kidnapping on the Americans.
Leonard Maltin described it as a "Harmless B film about Anglo-American agents rescuing a kidnapped Arabian prince.", while giving it 2.5 out of 4 stars.