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A Girl Named Tamiko (1962)

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Laurence Harvey Laurence Harvey
Ivan Kalin
France Nuyen France Nuyen
Tamiko
Martha Hyer Martha Hyer
Fay Wilson
Gary Merrill Gary Merrill
Max Wilson
Michael Wilding Michael Wilding
Nigel Costairs
Steve Brodie Steve Brodie
James Hatten
Lee Patrick Lee Patrick
Mary Hatten


Written by
Edward Anhalt Edward Anhalt
Ronald Kirkbride Ronald Kirkbride
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A Girl Named Tamiko

4 weeks ago at Jul 24 3:23
Laurence Harvey’s brief foray as a leading man seems improbable in hindsight. He was so dour and borderline unlikable, so prone to looking frankly bored and displeased in front of the camera that his prominence in the late 50s/early 60s makes you wonder if everyone in Hollywood lost their damn minds. Occasionally these zombie-like characteristics would merge well with a character, like in The Ma... read more
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A European photographer (Laurence Harvey) in Tokyo loves a Japanese girl (France Nuyen) but uses an embassy woman (Martha Hyer) to get a U.S. visa.
Release date: 25 January 1963
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JxSxPx posted a review 4 weeks ago

A Girl Named Tamiko

“Laurence Harvey’s brief foray as a leading man seems improbable in hindsight. He was so dour and borderline unlikable, so prone to looking frankly bored and displeased in front of the camera that his prominence in the late 50s/early 60s makes you wonder if everyone in Hollywood lost their damn minds. Occasionally these zombie-like characteristics would merge well with a character, like in The Manchurian Candidate, but more often than not, it sank the material, as it does here.   There’s little reason to believe that Martha Hyer and France Nuyen would be so drawn to him, and he generates a kind of anti-chemistry with both of them. His character uses one to try and get American citizenship (Hyer), and the other is supposedly his actual love interest (Nuyen). With no heat generated in ” read more

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