Cleopatra Wong Trailer

Cleopatra Wong Trailer (1978)

"She purrs like a kitten..makes love like a siren. This side of the pacific, she is the meanest, deadliest and sexiest secret agent." 10 November 1978 Drama, Action 110 mins

Singapore's top policewoman, Miss Cleopatra Wong, who heads the Seasian Interpol Criminal Investigation Department (C.I.D.), teams up with her Filipino counterpart to bust a counterfeit currency operation that threatens several Asian countries with bankruptcy. Their dangerous quest takes them from Singapore to Hong Kong and finally Manila where they locate the counterfeit ring's Asian headquarters, which is being run by local nuns, forced into slave labor. The martial arts action is fast and furious as Cleopatra and her teams launch an attack to destroy the counterfeiter's and their headquarters in an explosive finale in this fun-filled, action-packed adventure.

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Denmark 10 November 1978

France 22 July 1981

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