Thank You, Mr. Moto

Thank You, Mr. Moto

DVD - 2006
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Mr. Moto head to China on a quest for seven ancient scrolls that reveal the locationof Genghis Khan's tomb, a crypt filled with fabulous treasure! But Moto isn't the only one stalking the scrolls.
Publisher: [Calif.] : Fox Home Entertainment, 2006.
Edition: Full screen edition.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (ca. 67 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.

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EuSei Apr 07, 2015

Another great Mr. Moto story. Really worth watching!

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Sep 29, 2013

Peter Lorre was born in 1904 in Hungary and died 1964. This talented, talented man had the world kind of mesmerized with his accent and ability to take over every scene he appeared in. I wonder of Jack Nicholson wasn't somehow trying to imitate an English version of Lorre. "Thank you, Mr Moto" was made in 1937 and is quite enjoyable. Lorre was only 33 years old and quite trim looking, far from the fat toadish body he grew in later years. Actually Peter Lorre appears to be more physical than anyone would have thought possible. In one film I remember he and he-man Clark Gable had a fist fight with Lorre landing a number of punches on the jaw of Clark and taking some of Clark's right hands. Lorre clearly had no physical trainer and probably wouldn't have used one anyway. There was only one Peter Lorre. Spencer Tracy was a great, great actor but I don't ever recall any special lines spoken by him. But Lorre has been the cited millions of time.

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