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Asia himitsu keisatsu

Asiapol Secret Service


Release Date
December, 10th, 1966
Running Time
97 min
Screening Format
Screen Size
Cinema Scope (1:2.35)

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[ Story ]

Saeki Ryutaro, a member of Asia Interpol -- a secret service organization comprised of agents from various Asian countries is on his latest assignment, tracking a shipment of contraband being sent from Hong Kong to one Georgie Eaton. The truck, however, is purposely blown up, and the consignor, a company president from Hong Kong, is killed -- on the golf course by an explosive golf ball.
In the meantime, Eaton is on his way to Hong Kong in his yacht. Saeki leaves his girlfriend, pretty typist Misaki Kyoko, and gets there before him. He runs into a Chinese girl named Ming Hua and ends up locked in a time-bombed automobile with her. An unknown friend helps them escape and Saeki finds that she is the daughter of the dead president and not, as he had believed, a member of the smuggling gang.
When the yacht docks Saeki boards it and falls into Eaton's trap. Eaton turns out to be a Eurasian who has sworn to ruin Japan's economy because his Japanese father deserted both he and his mother. Again, however, Saeki and Ming are saved by the unknown friend, who turns out to be also a member of Asia Interpol, Lai Yu Tien.
Other agents board the yacht and Eaton is buried under the gold bars he was bringing to Japan. The case finished, Saeki returns to Tokyo, hoping to meet Kyoko, whom he realizes he loves, but just then another order comes through -- his next assignment is tracking lost diamonds in Bangkok.

【Quoted from the database of Nikkatsu Corporation】
【Quoted from Unijapan Film Quarterly 1967.10.2】

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