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This Week In Sleaze 38: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Love To Kill & The Underground Banker

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Let’s talk some fucking living next door to Dr. Lamb! One actor that took roles left and right, evolved his craft and did not in some cases (by his own admission) was Anthony Wong and he was as much of a mainstay in mainstream, lower rated Hong Kong cinema as in Category III movies. In this episode we take a look at him as an abusive husband in the Kirk Wong produced Love To Kill from 1993 and as a husband having troubles with local loan sharks and living next door to Dr.Lamb in the Wong Jing production The Underground Banker.

Running Times: 
00m 00s – Intro/Anthony Wong bio & discussion
26m 43s – Love To Kill review
60m 34s – William Ho bio/discussion
70m 42s – The Underground Banker review

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