Summary: A widowed doctor of both Chinese and European descent falls in love with a married American correspondent in Hong Kong during China’s Communist revolution.
Australian Cinema Release Date: N/A
Australian DVD Release Date: 1st February, 2005
Director: Henry King
Screenwriter: John Patrick, Han Suyin (novel)
Cast: W.T. Chang (Old Loo), Jorja Cutright (Suzanne), Isobel Elsom (Adeline Palmer-Jones), Lee Tung Foo (Old Loo), Virginia Gregg (Anne Richards), Herbert Heyes (Father Low), William Holden (Mark Elliott), Jennifer Jones (Dr. Han Suyin), Joseph Kim (General Song), Candace Lee (Oh-No), Angela Loo (Mei Loo), Richard Loo (Robert Hung), Keye Luke (Lee Foo), Donna Martell (Suchen), Murray Matheson (Dr. John Keith), Torin Thatcher (Humphrey Palmer-Jones), Kam Tong. (Dr. Sen), Marie Tsien (Rosie Wu), Soo Young (Nora Hung)
Runtime: 102 mins
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