Mysterious Mr. Wong (1934) - Rotten Tomatoes

Mysterious Mr. Wong (1934)

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Not related to Boris Karloff's "Mr. Wong" series, this follows the plot of an Asian madman to become the ruler of a Chinese province by obtaining the legendary Twelve Coins of Confucius. He gets past the cops, but not a wisecracking reporter.

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Cast

Wallace Ford
as Jason H. 'Jay' Barton
Bela Lugosi
as Mr. Fu Wong/Li See
Lotus Long
as Moonflower
Robert E. O'Connor
as McGillicuddy
Luke Chan
as Chan Fu
Lee Shumway
as Brandon
Etta Lee
as Lusan
Ernest Young
as Reporter Chuck Roberts
Theodore Lorch
as Wong Henchman
James B. Leong
as Wong Henchman
Chester Gan
as Tung's Secret Service Agent
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Critic Reviews for Mysterious Mr. Wong

All Critics (1)

Mostly, the film is a chance for Lugosi to be sinister and say things like, "A few hours with the rats will loosen his tongue." Really, that's enough by itself.

May 14, 2013 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Audience Reviews for Mysterious Mr. Wong

The story sounds exciting, but the film is not. It's really predictable. Lugosi is in the movie, but other than that it's not worth watching.

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