The Mystery of Mr. Wong

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The Mystery of Mr. Wong is a 1939 film about a detective who tries to solve the murder of antiques collector who was in possession of a famous jewel.

Directed by William Nigh. Written by William Scott Darling.
More tingling mystery thrills from the new Chinese detective sensation!  (taglines)

James Lee Wong[edit]

  • You're taking back to China something that belongs there.

Dialogue[edit]

Sing, the Butler: Good morning, sir.
Brandon Edwards: Morning. [the butler begins to take his coat] Never mind! The mistress up yet?

Taglines[edit]

  • More tingling mystery thrills from the new Chinese detective sensation!
  • A gay party is interrupted by murder and the world's most costly jewel stolen!
  • In all Frisco... only one man had the cunning to pierce the web of intrigue to the lair of an invisible killer!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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