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Judge Dee And The Monastery Murders DVD 1974 James Wong
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Judge Dee & The Monastery Murders DVD 1974 For Sale James Wong
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Judge Dee And The Monastery Murders DVD 1974
China, 7th century. On their way to a provincial centre Judge Dee and his three wives spend the night at a taoist monastery. Soon the judge discovers that the secluded place holds a secret - the former abbot died of unnatural causes. After a number of mysterious events and more cases of murder Dee tracks down the true villain. Based on the book by author Robert Van Gulik titled The Haunted Monastery. An excellent Made for TV suspense drama.
Judge Dee And The Monastery Murders DVD is a terrific crime noir thriller from an older Asian era in history.
Director: Jeremy Kagan
Writers: Nicholas Meyer, Robert van Gulik (novel)
Stars: James Wong, Khigh Dhiegh, Mako and Soon-Tek Oh
Runtime: 100 min
Sound Mix: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
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