Lady from Chungking (December 21, 1942)

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Lady from Chungking
 

Released on December 21, 1942: A Chinese rebel girl infiltrates the invading Japanese hotel to help the resistance and save two American airmen that have been shot down over China.

Produced by Arthur Alexander and Alfred Stern

Directed by William Nigh

The Actors: Anna May Wong (Kwan Mei), Harold Huber (General Kaimura), Mae Clarke (Lavara), Rick Vallin (Rodney Carr), Paul Bryar (Pat O'Roulke), Ted Hecht (Lieutenant Shimoto), Ludwig Donath (Hans Gruber), James B. Leong (Chen), Archie Got (Mochow), Walter Soo Hoo (Lu-Chi)

 

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The Lady and the Mad Butcher

On January 6, 1941 England was at war with Germany, and Japan was at war with China. The United States was still at peace, not yet committed to fighting against either Germany or Japan. There were, however, American and Canadian volunteers who went to England to join their military efforts. The U.S. also funded a volunteer airplane fighting force based in China called the Flying Tigers that helped push back against enemy aggression.

On January 6, 1941 President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave his annual State of the Union Address to the nation, and his sentiments were obviously leaning towards bringing American might and power to the battles when he famously proposed four freedoms that should be enjoyed by all people around the world: Freedom of speech, Freedom of worship, Freedom from want, and Freedom from fear.

While he was giving this speech, American flyers were fighting in China, and a year later when this story was filmed the Flying Tigers were still flying combat missions in China, while Americans joined the fight in Europe and the Pacific. This adventure is a story about two American fighter pilots who are shot down over a rice field, and the young female Chinese rebel fighter who became the mistress of a visiting enemy General.

Actress Anna May Wong is Chinese girl Kwan Mei, who will help the American flyers escape, and will get close enough to the enemy General to find out when the big enemy offensive is scheduled to begin. The soul of China may depend on the cunning, deception and trickery of one young and beautiful Lady from Chungking, Madame Kwan Mei. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn drizzled with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Anna May Wong
Anna May Wong
Anna May Wong and Harold Huber
Anna May Wong and Harold Huber
Anna May Wong and Ludwig Donath
Anna May Wong and Ludwig Donath
Anna May Wong and Ted Hecht
Anna May Wong and Ted Hecht
Anna May Wong
Anna May Wong
Anna May Wong
Anna May Wong
Archie Got and Ted Hecht
Archie Got and Ted Hecht
Harold Huber
Harold Huber
Harold Huber and Anna May Wong
Harold Huber and Anna May Wong
Harold Huber and Mae Clarke
Harold Huber and Mae Clarke
Harold Huber
Harold Huber
James B. Leong and Anna May Wong
James B. Leong and Anna May Wong
James B. Leong, Mae Clarke and Anna May Wong
James B. Leong, Mae Clarke and Anna May Wong
James B. Leong and Ted Hecht
James B. Leong and Ted Hecht
James B. Leong
James B. Leong
Ludwig Donath and Anna May Wong
Ludwig Donath and Anna May Wong
Ludwig Donath and Mae Clarke
Ludwig Donath and Mae Clarke
Ludwig Donath
Ludwig Donath
Mae Clarke
Mae Clarke
Mae Clarke and Ludwig Donath
Mae Clarke and Ludwig Donath
Mae Clarke
Mae Clarke
Mae Clarke and Ludwig Donath
Mae Clarke and Ludwig Donath
Paul Bryar
Paul Bryar
Paul Bryar and Anna May Wong
Paul Bryar and Anna May Wong
Paul Bryar
Paul Bryar
Rick Vallin
Rick Vallin
Ted Hecht
Ted Hecht
Walter Soo Hoo
Walter Soo Hoo