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An All-Access Pass to the Sets and Costumes of 'Flower Drum Song' (2006)

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This featurette is featured on the 'Flower Drum Song' Special Edition DVD, released in 2006. See more »

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Ted Chapin: When the movie "Flower Drum Song" came out in 1961, it did phenomenally well.
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An All-Access Pass to the Sets and Costumes of 'Flower Drum Song' is another worthy extra on the FDS disc
11 July 2014 | by See all my reviews

This extra on the Flower Drum Song DVD tells about the sets, costumes, and the title sequence which has watercolor paintings. Dong Kingman is responsible for the latter which are quite beautifully expressive. Irene Sharaff did the fabulous costumes depicting old and new Chinese culture. And Howard Bristol is responsible for the sets on the Universal-International backlot which depicts the Chinatown in San Francisco seamlessly blending with the real location exteriors of the real SF in Technicolor. Nice comments throughout from Ted Chapin, Bruce Poamahac and C.Y.Lee original author of the novel "The Flower Drum Song". So on that note, this is another highly recommend extra on the FDS disc.


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