The Mysterious Mr. Wong (December 22, 1934)

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Bela Lugosi in The Mysterious Mr. Wong
 

Released December 22, 1934: If Manchurian Madman Fu Wong can get the magical twelve coins of Confucious he will become the most powerful man in the world..

Produced by George Yohalem

Directed by William Nigh

The Actors: Bela Lugosi (Mr. Fu Wong aka shopkeeper Li See), Wallace Ford (Jason H. 'Jay' Barton, newspaper reporter), Arline Judge (Peg, newspaper telephone switchboard operator), E. Alyn Warren (Tsi Tung), Lotus Long (Moonflower), Robert Emmett O'Connor (olice Officer Mac McGillicuddy), Edward Peil Sr. (Jen Yu, henchman), Luke Chan (Professor Chan Fu), Lee Shumway (Editor Steve Brandon), Etta Lee (Lusan, Moonflower's attendant), Ernest F. Young (Reporter Chuck Roberts), Chester Gan (Tung's Secret Service Agent), James B. Leong (Wong henchman), Richard Loo (bystander outside the store), Theodore Lorch (Wong henchman), Forrest Taylor (Wong henchman), Beal Wong (killing bystander)

 

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The Gold Coin of Confucious and the Manchurian Madman

We are in San Francisco’s Chinatown area, and Chinese Warlord Fu Wong is on a mission. His three henchmen work with knives, and they are never out of work. Eleven Chinese men have been murdered, and the police are clueless to any motive that would connect the deaths.
Many centuries ago the great Confucius had twelve gold coins that gave him magical powers above all others. On his deathbed he gave the twelve magical gold coins to twelve different men. The power that Confucius had because of the gold coins would never again rest in the hands of one man . . . Unless someone can collect all twelve coins.
The Manchurian Madman Fu Wong, pretending to be a meek shopkeeper in Chinatown, has collected eleven of the twelve gold coins of Confucius, and he only needs one more coin to become the most powerful man on earth.
It appears that nothing can stand in his way and soon he will have the last gold coin of Confucius, . . . . Unless wise-cracking newspaper reporter Jay Barton can stumble his way through the Chinese mystery and stop the maniac and his three henchmen.
Beat cop ‘Mac’ McGillicuddy will be with the reporter when needed, and the reporter’s girlfriend Peg will be stuck with Jay on the dark streets of Chinatown whether she likes it or not, facing death and danger in search of the mysterious Mr. Wong and the last gold coin.
The action and mystery will never let up as the search for the twelfth gold coin of Confucius continues. Death in Chinatown will not end unless the Manchurian Madman can be stopped. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Bela Lugosi as Mr. Fu Wong
Bela Lugosi as Mr. Fu Wong
Arline Judge and Wallace Ford
Arline Judge and Wallace Ford
Arline Judge at the telephone switchboard
Arline Judge at the telephone switchboard
Arline Judge
Arline Judge
Bela Lugosi and Edward Peil Sr.
Bela Lugosi and Edward Peil Sr.
Bela Lugosi
Bela Lugosi
E. Alyn Warren
E. Alyn Warren
E. Alyn Warren and Wallace Ford
E. Alyn Warren and Wallace Ford
E. Alyn Warren
E. Alyn Warren
Arline Judge chained for torture
Arline Judge chained for torture
Etta Lee and Lotus Long
Etta Lee and Lotus Long
Wallace Ford and Arline Judge
Wallace Ford and Arline Judge
Lee Shumway
Lee Shumway
Lotus Long
Lotus Long
Lotus Long and Etta Lee
Lotus Long and Etta Lee
Lotus Long
Lotus Long
Luke Chan and E. Alyn Warren
Luke Chan and E. Alyn Warren
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor and Wallace Ford
Robert Emmett O'Connor and Wallace Ford
Robert Emmett O'Connor, Wallace Ford and Arline Judge
Robert Emmett O'Connor, Wallace Ford and Arline Judge
Robert Emmett O'Connor and Wallace Ford
Robert Emmett O'Connor and Wallace Ford
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Robert Emmett O'Connor
Wallace Ford
Wallace Ford
Wallace Ford
Wallace Ford