Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen
Kommissar X – Drei goldene Schlangen (translation: Commissioner X: Three Golden Snakes) is a 1969 international co-production Eurospy film directed by Roberto Mauri and starring Tony Kendall and Brad Harris that was shot in Thailand. It is the sixth of seven films, loosely based on the Kommissar X detective novels from the Pabel Moewig publishing house.
While sightseeing in Bangkok, Phyllis Leighton, a young American girl is kidnapped by white slavers. Her mother approaches New York Police Captain Tom Rowland who is attending a conference In Bangkok. With little for the police to go on, Phyllis's frantic mother Maud telephones private eye Joe Walker in New York to come to Bangkok to find her daughter.
|author||Gianfranco Parolini Manfred R. Köhler|
|keywords||american girl assassination attempt blowgun flame thrower force kidnap new york city police department new york police poison gas police captain private eye sexual slavery sightsee white slavers|
|producer||Ralph Zucker Theo Maria Werner|