Anna May Wong Collection [Blu-ray] [3 Discs]

Anna May Wong Collection [Blu-ray] [3 Discs]

Anna May Wong Collection (3Pc) / (Sub Ws)
 Cast: Anna May Wong Collection (3Pc) / (Sub Ws)
Anna May Wong Collection [Blu-ray] [3 Discs]

Anna May Wong Collection [Blu-ray] [3 Discs]

Anna May Wong Collection (3Pc) / (Sub Ws)
 Cast: Anna May Wong Collection (3Pc) / (Sub Ws)

Blu-ray (Wide Screen)

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/02/2023
UPC: 0738329262495
Original Release: 2023
Rating: NR
Source: Kl Studio Classics
Language: English
Time: 3:10:00
Sales rank: 12,640

Special Features

This collection features three Hollywood classics from the 1930s starring screen icon Anna May Wong:; ; DANGEROUS TO KNOW (1938) ¿ Screen legend Anna May Wong (Picadilly) reprises her acclaimed Broadway role in this romantic crime drama from the pen of Edgar Wallace (Chamber of Horrors). Racketeer Steve Recka (Akim Tamiroff, The General Died at Dawn) rules his town and the sultry, silk-gowned Madam Lan Ying (Wong) with an iron hand. But when he falls for the enchanting Margaret Van Kase (Gail Patrick, Death Takes a Holiday), a socialite not impressed by his power nor his wealth, he makes frantic efforts to win her and turns his back on the loyal Lan Ying. Dangerous to Know comes elegantly directed by Robert Florey (The Crooked Way) with the sparkling supporting cast of Lloyd Nolan (Portrait in Black), Harvey Stephens (The Cheat), Roscoe Karns (Night After Night), Porter Hall (Murder, He Says), Hedda Hopper (Little Man, What Now?), Ellen Drew (If I Were King) and Anthony Quinn (The Ghost Breakers).; ; KING OF CHINATOWN (1939) ¿ Screen legend Anna May Wong (Shanghai Express) co-stars with the "czar of a city of sin," Akim Tamiroff (Desire), in the ripping crime yarn King of Chinatown. Violence and death stalk the Chinese faction of a big American city, but one man, Dr. Chang Ling (Sidney Toler, Shadows Over Chinatown), and his daughter, Dr. Mary Ling (Wong), defy the gangsters who are responsible, and, against terrific odds, bring peace to their oppressed neighbors. Wong gives a powerful and pioneering performance as a respected surgeon faced with a shocking moral dilemma. Directed by Nick Grinde (Million Dollar Legs), shot by Leo Tover (The Day the Earth Stood Still) and featuring J. Carrol Naish (Beau Geste), Philip Ahn (China), Anthony Quinn (The Last Train from Madrid), Bernadene Hayes (Dick Tracy¿s Dilemma) and Roscoe Karns (It Happened One Night).; ; ISLAND OF LOST MEN (1939) ¿ Screen legend Anna May Wong (Daughter of Shanghai) clashes with J. Carrol Naish (Sahara) in this rousing remake of 1933¿s Carole Lombard/Charles Laughton starrer White Woman. Cabaret singer Kim Ling (Wong), the daughter of a Chinese general who has been accused of absconding with government funds, arrives in the Straits Settlements. There she meets Gregory Prin (Naish), a half-caste gunrunner and head of a jungle empire where he treats the Malaysians ruthlessly. She agrees to accompany him in search of her father, as she has several reasons to believe Prin is responsible for the general¿s disappearance. Directed by Kurt Neumann (The Secret of the Blue Room, The Fly) and co-starring Anthony Quinn (Road to Singapore), Eric Blore (Road to Zanzibar), Broderick Crawford (Seven Sinners) and Ernest Truex (His Girl Friday), Island of Lost Men is a torrid mix of thrills, mystery and adventure.; ; Special Features:; ¿ Brand New 4K and 2K Masters; ¿ NEW Audio Commentary for DANGEROUS TO KNOW by Film Historian Samm Deighan; ¿ NEW Audio Commentary for ISLAND OF LOST MEN by Entertainment Journalists/Authors Bryan Reesman and Max Evry; ¿ NEW Audio Commentary for KING OF CHINATOWN by Author/Film Historian David Del Valle and Archivist/Film Historian Stan Shaffer; ¿ KING OF CHINATOWN Theatrical Trailer (Nitrate Restoration in 4K); ¿ Optional English Subtitles

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