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Five Ashore in Singapore

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Five Ashore in Singapore
Directed byBernard Toublanc-Michel
Written bySergio Amidei 
Bernard Toublanc-Michel
Pierre Kalfon
Based onCinq gars pour Singapour by Jean Bruce
Produced byPierre Kalfon
StarringSean Flynn
CinematographyJean Charvein
Release date
3 March 1967
Running time
95 minutes

Five Ashore in Singapore AKA Singapore, Singapore and Cinq gars pour Singapour is a 1967 French/Italian international co-production film based on the 1959 novel by Jean Bruce. Filmed on location in Singapore in 1966, it was the last film of Sean Flynn.[1]

The film was based on a novel by Jean Bruce who created OSS 117 and the working title was OSS117 Goes to Singapore.[2]


Capt. Art Smith and four US Marine volunteers in Singapore investigate the disappearance of other Marines on shore leave in that city and discover that a mad scientist is responsible.


  • Sean Flynn ... Captain Art Smith
  • Marika Green ... Monika Latzko
  • Terry Downes ... Sgt. Gruber
  • Marc Michel ... Captain Kevin Gray
  • Dennis Berry ... Lt. Dan
  • Bernard Meusnier ... Lt. Ángel McIlhemy
  • Peter Gayford ... Mr. Brown
  • Andrea Aureli ... Ta-Chouen
  • Jessy Greek ... Ten-Sin
  • Trudy Connor ... Tchin-Saw
  • William Brix ... Cpt. Kafir
  • Foun-Sen ... Hsi-Houa
  • Ismail Boss ... Gang Member


  1. ^ "FIVE ASHORE IN SINGAPORE "(cinq gars pour singapore)"". Monthly Film Bulletin. Vol. 35. 1968. p. 58. ProQuest 1305825122.
  2. ^ "Erroll flynn's son off to paris for spy film role". Los Angeles Times. Jun 1, 1966. ProQuest 155451244.

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