5 edition of Mr. Moto found in the catalog.
John P. Marquand
|Statement||by John P. Marquand.|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.A6695 A6 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||661 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||661|
|LC Control Number||83012269|
The first installment in Pulitzer Prize-winner John P. Marquand’s iconic mystery series, Your Turn, Mr. Moto was the novel that introduced Japan’s most skillful spy, famously portrayed by Peter Lorre in a series of films. The book is a classic of espionage fiction, and kick-started the crime fiction career of “the most successful novelist. Mr. Moto's Three Aces: Thank You Mr. Moto / Think Fast, Mr. Moto / Mr. Moto Is So Sorry by John Marquand and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
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When a Chinese man turns up dead in Casey's stateroom, the trio is caught up in a dangerous game of intrigue and deceit, the outcome of which might just determine the fate of their dged MP3-CD. #1: Your Turn, Mr. Moto - unabridged audio book on Brand: Audible Studios on Brilliance Audio. Last Laugh, Mr. Moto - Ebook written by John P. Marquand. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Last Laugh, Mr. Moto.4/5(1).
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There were eight Mr. Moto films very loosely based on Marquand’s books staring Peter Laurie in the title role, a movie with Henry Silva as Mr. Moto, 23 radio shows, a comic book, and a graphic novel/5(13).
Mr Moto I suppose is not to everyone's tastes. The title character is seldom on stage while some guile I bought this book back in because I had always wanted to read the "Mr.
Moto" books. I read the first story "Your Mr. Moto book, Mr. Moto" and enjoyed it but along came many other books and this volume got moved to the bottom of the stack/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’ starring Peter Lorre. Your Turn, Mr Moto, published inwas the first of John P. Marquand’s Mr Moto Moto is better remembered today from the film series with Peter Lorre as the Japanese master detective.
I’ve only seen one of the Mr Moto films and it’s an engaging mixture of crime and espionage/5. Moto followed with radio adventures and a graphic novel, and Mr.
Wong added comic book exploits to his résumé. Now author David Rothel brings all three Oriental sleuths together for the first time in one volume as he examines their origins and covers their development in all the media forms they encompassed through the years. Thank You, Mr. Moto - The best book in the series.
Dust Jacket from a British edition. He is not speaking of Americanized Asian immigrants to the U.S., he writes of warlords from the countryside, dissipated relatives of the Chinese Imperial family, Manchurian freedom fighters, and fanatical-to-the-point-of-suicide Japanese military zealots.
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.". Directed by Norman Foster. With Peter Lorre, Thomas Beck, Pauline Frederick, Jayne Regan. Seven maps, when found and put together, reveal the location of the treasures of Genghis Khan.
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.
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Mr. Moto laughed again and rubbed his delicate hands together. He was making such an obvious effort to be agreeable that Calvin's watchfulness relaxed. "Are you an army officer?" Calvin asked him. The beady look returned to Mr. Moto's eyes, and for a moment his smile was unnatural and fixed.
"No," he said, "not army — : John P. Marquand. The thrilling 1st installment in Pulitzer Prize–winning author John P. Marquand’s classic espionage series featuring Imperial Japan’s most skillful spy Capitalizing on his heroic career as a World.
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.
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 The Moto novels are spy fiction and adventure novels set in the Orient, which in the s Cited by: 1.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Thank You, Mr. Moto by John P. Marquand at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Author: John P. Marquand. First published inthis stellar entry in the American Mystery Classics series from Marquand ( ) introduces an enigmatic Japanese agent known only as Mr.
Moto. U.S. Navy Intelligence Cmdr. James Driscoll asks American pilot K.C. Lee, whose experience during WWI led him to an unsatisfying career as a stunt flyer and product endorser /5(2). Moto 6 books in series out of 5 stars 29 ratings Your Turn, Mr. Moto Publisher's Summary His fellow passengers include Mr.
Moto and Sonya, a beautiful exile from White Russia with her own private agenda. When a Chinese man turns up dead in Casey's stateroom, the trio is caught up in a dangerous game of intrigue and deceit, the.
An average Mr. Moto movie grosses $ million in adjusted box office gross. Using ’s 60% fresh meter. 6 of Mr. Moto movies are rated as good movies or % of their movies.
Thank You, Mr. Moto () is the highest rated movie while The Return of Mr. Moto () was the lowest rated movie.The Mr. Moto book series by John P. Marquand includes books No Hero, Thank You, Mr.
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.But with a remorseless killer and a cast of shady international characters tracking their every move, this unlikely trio might be facing odds far too long to beat.
First serialized in the Saturday Evening Post, John P. Marquand's popular and acclaimed Mr. Moto Novels were .