1967 film starring Shirley Eaton (best known as the woman murdered by paint in Goldfinger) loosely based on the Sax Rohmer pulp stories.
I am for any film where people try to knife Frankie Avalon to death but this is not as fun of a film as the sexy spy-farce Deadlier Than the Male and it can even be painful to watch primarily because of the choice of male leads. There are a few other cinematic large-breasted entries to the Sumaru story but I recommend the original printed tales.
Number 1611: Bradbury and Sutton, “The Exiles”
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