Madame Liu-Tsong owned an art gallery, from which adventure and mystery emanated.
Did You Know?
This was the first U.S. television series starring an Asian-American. Sadly, no recordings or scripts from this series survive. None of the networks at the time preserved much of their programming. This series aired on the DuMont Television Network, which operated from 1946 to 1956. In 1996, Edie Adams, a singer and actress, testified at a hearing in front of a panel of the Library of Congress on the preservation of American television and video. She stated that any kinescope recordings the network had kept were destroyed in the 1970s. Nevertheless, a surprising amount of recordings of DuMont Network series have survived over the years, so the is a chance that recording(s) of this series may survive somewhere, even though this is very unlikely. Please check your attic. See more