Wong (Bela Lugosi), a greedy, power-hungry Chinese is after gold coins that are linked to the promise of great power. His henchmen go on a killing spree to collect the coins for their boss. Wong needs just one more coin to complete his tally of twelve when Jason Barton (Wallace Ford), a reporter for the local newspaper, is asked to cover the murders in Chinatown. Barton is hardly prepared for the mysteries that unfold in the ensuing few hours as he snoops around Chinatown with his girlfriend Peg (Arline Judge).. Running Time: 63 Minutes
MPAA Ratings: Approved
"This dramatic feature film from the last century has an offbeat plot that centers on an ancient Chinese belief. The film was apparently shot on location in Chinatown (San Francisco maybe?). This provides the story a realistic background and makes it more credible. Bela Lugosi’s portrayal of mystery man Wong in his different guises is laudable, while Wallace Ford does well as a nosey, hardheaded reporter. Well-placed puns hold the story together, and the bumbling policeman McGillicuddy provides some comic relief in a plot that is studded with murders and mystery. The plot is fast paced and little time is wasted in unnecessary detail, thus keeping the interest alive throughout the narrative. Experience this nail-biting drama on DVD from the A2ZCDS treasure chest, which has you guessing all the time about the mysterious Mr. Wong’s next move!"
"In the best tradition of the Fu Manchu series (which I happen to love), Bela Lugosi is at his insidious best in ‘The Mysterious Mr. Wong.’ This is pure vintage movie magic, unadulterated by the usual trappings that detract from a good story. I recommend it highly."
Herbert Wilberforce (Helena, MONTANA)
"They did know how to make films back the, didn’t they? Bela Lugosi is tailor-made for his role in ‘The Mysterious Mr. Wong’. It’s great fun to see a movie that is made for nothing but entertainment and a really good time. I would suggest a complete restrospective series of Lugosi’s films from A2ZCDS..."
Gloria Ackford, film critic (MIRROR)
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