Crimson Kimono, The (1959) - (Movie Clip) A Lot Of Citizens Cave In
L-A police detective Bancroft (Glenn Corbett) has just asked artist Christine (Victoria Shaw) to attempt a sketch of a possible suspect who hired her to do an earlier painting linked to the spectacular murder of a stripper, in writer-producer-director Sam Fullers The Crimson Kimono, 1959.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) I Shall Have To Get Blotto
Writer-director Sam Fuller inter-cutting initial interviews for the L-A cop heroes, James Shigeta as Joe Kojaku and Glenn Corbett as Bancroft, investigating the murder of stripper Sugar Torch, with karate-champ friend Willy (George Yoshinaga) and committed bohemian artist Mac (Anna Lee), in The Crimson Kimono, 1959.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) She Was Gonna Crack Vegas
After the spectacular opening shooting of a statuesque stripper on a downtown L-A street, writer-director-producer Sam Fuller introduces his two leading men, James Shigeta and Glenn Corbett, as war-buddies, roommates and police detective team Kojaku and Bancroft, interviewing the strippers manager (Paul Dubov), in The Crimson Kimono, 1959.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Sugar Torch Nudie Dolls
Credits then the shocker opening, which writer-producer-director Sam Fuller called one of the toughest he ever shot, with hidden cameras on location around Main St. & 6th in downtown L-A, Gloria Pall the featured act, in The Crimson Kimono, 1959, starring Victoria Shaw, James Shigeta and Glenn Corbett.
Crimson Kimono, The (1959) -- (Movie Clip) Down Here In Little Tokyo
Writer-director Sam Fuller working on one side of L-As Little Tokyo then the other, first James Shigeta as Kojaku interviews nuns outside the old Maryknoll School, then partner Bancroft (Glenn Corbett) shows witness Christine (Victoria Shaw) the layout from the old (then-new-ish) Parker Center LAPD headquarters, in The Crimson Kimono, 1959.