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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Island of Lost Men (1939) DVD-R

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Starring Anna May Wong, J. Carrol Naish, Anthony Quinn, Eric Blore,

Broderick Crawford

Directed by Kurt Neumann



Print: black/white

Runtime: 63 min.

Genre: mystery

Print Quality: B



Anna May Wong and J. Carroll Naish, so memorably teamed in

Paramount's Dangerous to Know, are costarred once more in Island of

Lost Men. Naish plays ruthless jungle plantation owner Gregory Prin, who

runs his domain like a dictatorship and treats his workers little better

than slaves. Into Prin's world comes Kim Ling (Wong), daughter of a

disgraced Chinese general. Kim Ling hopes to clear her father's name by

bringing his primary accuser, Prin, to justice. The native-uprising finale is

rendered in gloriously gruesome detail. A remake of the 1931 Charles

Laughton-Carole Lombard film White Woman, Island of Lost Men also

offers early but well-rounded performances by Anthony Quinn (as a

Chinese patriot!) and Broderick Crawford.

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Starring Anna May Wong, J. Carrol Naish, Anthony Quinn, Eric Blore,
Broderick Crawford
Directed by Kurt Neumann

Print: black/white
Runtime: 63 min.
Genre: mystery
Print Quality: B

Anna May Wong and J. Carroll Naish, so memorably teamed in
Paramount's Dangerous to Know, are costarred once more in Island of
Lost Men. Naish plays ruthless jungle plantation owner Gregory Prin, who
runs his domain like a dictatorship and treats his workers little better
than slaves. Into Prin's world comes Kim Ling (Wong), daughter of a
disgraced Chinese general. Kim Ling hopes to clear her father's name by
bringing his primary accuser, Prin, to justice. The native-uprising finale is
rendered in gloriously gruesome detail. A remake of the 1931 Charles
Laughton-Carole Lombard film White Woman, Island of Lost Men also
offers early but well-rounded performances by Anthony Quinn (as a
Chinese patriot!) and Broderick Crawford.

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