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The Mystery of the Leaping Fish
Coke Ennyday, the scientific detective, divides his own time in periods for "Sleep", "Eat", "Dope" and "Drink"...
Flip the Frog is a police officer on the trail of the notorious Chinese criminal, Chow Mein.
Around the World in California
(1947 documentary short)
This MGM short, part James A. Fitzpatrick's Traveltalks series, takes the viewer to various sites around California...
The evil Dr. Wong abducts prominent scientist Dr. Edwin Millstone. Bumbling bank guards Tom and Monte search through Chinatown to find Dr. Wong and rescue the professor.
The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge?
In this parody of Sherlock Holmes, the Great Detective goes to an opium den of inequity in the dangerous London district of London and challenges Tong assassins in order to rescue a woman.
|6||The Big Burg (1929 short)||4.2/10||12|
In order to get out to a poker game, Errol tells his wife he has some business with a Chinese merchant, who turns out to be a counterfeiter, and mistakes Errol for one of his connections.
|8||The Fish Market (2002 short)||7.0/10||"|
Sweet and Sour
A dog falls in love with Chinatown, but begins to believe he is on the menu.
Risking everything to help a boy on the streets, Honey, a Chinese drag queen, becomes entangled in the dark secrets and gang wars of Chinatown.
|11||The Highbinders (1915 short)|
|12||Bamboo, Lions and Dragons (1979 documentary short)|
|13||The Chinese Death Thorn (1913 short)|
|14||The Hardbinder (2008 short)|
|15||5 Lessons and 9 Questions About Chinatown (2009 short)|
|16||Look Out World, Here I Come!: San Francisco (2011 video short)|
|17||Delivery (2011 short)|
|18||Lillian (2011 short)|
|19||Nam Son! Son!!! (2013 video short)|
|20||My Asian Romance (2014 short)|
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