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The last of Mr. Moto

  • 222 Pages
  • 3.31 MB
  • English
Berkley Pub. Corp. , New York
StatementJohn P. Marquand
LC ClassificationsPS3525.A6695 S76 1963
The Physical Object
Pagination222 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24401877M

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Last Laugh, Mr. Moto (The Mr. Moto Novels Book 5) and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook | view Audible audiobook. Share. Buy New. $/5(13). This volume contains four of the six Mr.

Moto novels by John P. Marquand (). Marquand is best known today for his Mr. Moto spy tales, but he was also the author of a dozen other books and won a Pulitzer Prize for his satire “The late George Apley,” published in /5(13).

The first three of John P. Marquand’s six Mr. Moto spy novels, published from toare in this book. The three are the first “Your Turn Mr. Moto,” fromthe second “Thank you, Mr. Moto,” fromand the third “Think Fast, Mr. Moto,” from /5(9). Moto is So Sorry” is the fourth of the Mr.

Moto novels by John P. Marquand (). All but the last of the Mr. Moto books were written before World War /5(7). Mr Moto I suppose is not to everyone's tastes. The title character is seldom on stage while some I bought this book back in because I had always wanted to read the "Mr.

Moto" books. I read the first story "Your Turn, Mr. Moto" and enjoyed it but along came many other books and this volume got moved to the bottom of the stack/5. Shelve The Mr. Moto Novels: Your Turn, Mr. Moto; Thank You, Mr. Moto; and Think Fast, Mr. MotoAuthor: John P. Marquand. Your Turn, Mr Moto, published inwas the first of John P.

Marquands Mr Moto Moto is better remembered today from the film series with Peter Lorre as the Japanese master detective. Ive only seen one of the Mr Moto films and its /5.

Your Turn, Mr. Moto. Originally published inthis book was first serialized in the Saturday Evening Post before being released as a full novel. Marking the first title in the ongoing Mr. Moto series of spy novels, it was also made into the film ‘Think Fast, Mr. Moto. John Phillips Marquand (Novem – J ) was an American writer.

Originally best known for his Mr. Moto spy stories, he achieved popular success and critical respect for his satirical novels, winning a Pulitzer Prize for The Late George Apley in One of his abiding themes was the confining nature of life in America's upper class and among those who aspired Children: 5.

Moto's Last Warning () ()h 10minALL. Moto (Peter Lorre) is in Port Said investigating a plot involving the French and British governments. Rentals include 7 days to start watching this video and 7 days to finish once started.

I've just started enjoying the various Mr. Moto series. This radio series seems to take the character from the films but uses the intrigue of the books. Moto acts a little more like Charlie Chan with his wise proverbs, but the stories are drastically different. In the above files, "The Dead Land" is a duplicate of "The Kuriloff Papers.".

Moto's Last Warning () 20th Century Fox For Sale Fabian, the leader of a spy ring, plots to disrupt the peaceful relations between England and France by blowing up the French fleet as it steams through Port Said in the Suez Canal. Thank You, Mr. Moto (novel) Thank You, Mr. Moto, was originally published in serial form in the Saturday Evening Post from February 8 to Mathis novel was first published in book form in 15 May It is the second of six Mr.

Moto novels and can also be found in the omnibus Mr. Moto's Three Aces published in Author: John P. Marquand. Mr. Moto is a great character, and Peter Lorre clearly has a lot of fun playing him. The film is worth watching only to see the actors - particularly Lorre, who kicks up the energy level several notches whenever he's on screen.

Editions for Last Laugh, Mr. Moto: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Mas. The Mr. Moto films have been released in two four movie box sets, though one film, Mr. Moto’s Last Warning is in the public domain and has been available for years on dozens of DVD release.

Moto was created by James Marquand in and came to film in with Peter Lorre playing the role for eight films. Directed by Norman Foster. With Peter Lorre, Ricardo Cortez, Virginia Field, John Carradine.

Moto thwarts a ruthless band of international agents who try to foment an international incident by mining the entrance to the Suez Canal and blaming the British/10(K). Directed by Ernest Morris. With Henry Silva, Terence Longdon, Suzanne Lloyd, Marne Maitland.

Moto goes undercover to find out who has been blowing up oil wells and trying to gain total control of all the oil leases from a petroleum-rich Middle Eastern country.6/10().

Last Laugh, Mr. Moto (Mr. Moto #5) Book Details. Title: Last Laugh, Mr. Moto (Mr. Moto #5) England and class themes include Wickford Point (), H.M. Pulham, Esquire (), and Point of No Return (). The last is especially notable for its satirical portrayal of Harvard anthropologist W.

Lloyd Warner, whose Yankee City study attempted. I've enjoyed the Mr. Moto spy series by John P. Marquand very much. There are 6 books in the series, although some have been published under more than one title.

Think Fast, Mr. Moto is the 3rd book in the series and was originally published in Young Wilson Hitchings has recently moved to Shanghai to learn the running and management of Hitchings Bank, from his uncle/5. Your Turn, Mr Moto Mr Moto #1 by John P Marquand p1 detective audiobook. Island of Doomed Men 68 min Peter Lorre FULL MOVIE VERSION CLASSIC RARE - Duration: horace mahviews.

The last Mr Moto book was Stopover Tokyo which was turned into a film without Moto in Music by: Douglas Gamley. Last Laugh, Mr. Moto by Marquand, John P. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Mr.

Moto goes undercover to find out who has been blowing up oil wells and trying to gain total control of all the oil leases from a petroleum-rich Middle Eastern country. Director: Ernest Morris | Stars: Henry Silva, Terence Longdon, Suzanne Lloyd, Marne Maitland. Votes: The Mysterious Mr.

Moto () had Peter Lorre hopping around many scenes like a bullfrog (via the acrobatics of Harvey Parry) Peter Lorre in Mr. Moto Takes A Chance from Mr. Moto Takes A Vacation () was the last of the 20th Century Fox Mr.

Moto franchise. The Online Books Page Warning. Restricted Access. The title you have selected (Last Laugh, Mr. Moto) is a post publication by an author who died more than 50 years ago. Such titles are in the public domain in many countries, particularly those outside the US and Europe.

Thank You, Mr. Moto is a film directed by Norman is the second in a series of eight films starring Peter Lorre as Mr. was based on the novel of the same name by the detective's creator, John P.

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Moto battles murderous treasure hunters for priceless ancient scrolls which reveal the location of the long-lost tomb of Genghis by: Samuel Kaylin. The Mr. Moto book series by John P.

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Moto, Think Fast, Mr. Moto, and several more. See the complete Mr. Moto series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Moto’s Last Warning () The sixth Mr. Moto film is set in Port Said at the entrance of the Suez Canal. A fake Mr. Moto (Teru Shimada), working for the real one, meets his demise before Mr.

Moto can upset a plot designed to start a war between France and Britain. Set in s Peking, Thank You, Mr. Moto, follows Tom Nelson, a jaded American expatriate, as he tries to help a gorgeous art dealer clear her name and find the real killer of a British ex-army officer trafficking stolen goods.

The search leads Tom and Eleanor Joyce straight into the clutches of General Wu Lo Feng, a notorious warlord from the Format: Ebook.The book is published by Hallman Distribution AB. All questions should be sent to [email protected] A NEW BOOK ON MX HISTORY MR MOTOCROSS is a book about the fantastic career of Torsten Hallman, several times world champion of moto-cross.

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