Limehouse Blues

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It's "Never the twain shall meet" time again, this time in London's Limehouse district. George Raft stars as Harry Young, a half-caste saloonkeeper who shelters beleaguered white girl Toni (Jean Parker) from her tormentors (shades of Broken Blossoms). Harry falls in love with the girl, but mixing of the races was still a Hollywood no-no in 1934, so tragedy results -- except for Toni, who finds happiness in the arms of Eric Benton (Kent Taylor), a man of "her own kind." The highly eclectic cast includes Anna May Wong as Raft's obligatory cast-off sweetheart Tu Tuan, former 2-reel comic Billy Bevan, and in a tiny uncredited role, Ann Sheridan. To avoid confusion with another Limehouse Blues, this one was retitled East End Chant for television.

Cast

George Raft
as Harry Young
Kent Taylor
as Eric Benton
Montagu Love
as Pug Talbot
Robert Locke Lorraine
as Inspector Sheridan
Robert Loraine
as Inspector Sheridan
E. Alyn Warren
as Ching Lee
Wyndham Standing
as Assistant Commissioner Kenyon
Eily Malyon
as Woman Who Finds Pug
Robert A'Dair
as Policeman in Pug's House
Elsie Prescott
as Woman Employment Agent
James May (I)
as Taxi Driver
Eric Blore
as Slummer
Colin Tapley
as Man Fighting with Wife
Elsa Prescott
as Woman Employment Agent
Desmond Roberts
as Constable
Des Roberts
as Constable
Otto Yamaoka
as Chinese Waiter on Boat
Dora Mayfield
as Flower Woman
Ann Sheridan
as Girl with Couples
Keith Hitchcock
as Policeman
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