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Anna May Wong was very eager to play Lian Wha, but was turned down - by her own account, because the producers considered her "too Chinese to play a Chinese".
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400 Chinese extras went on strike after filming had started, until they were served the kind of food they liked.
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The play opened in New York City, New York, USA on 19 November 1919 and had 223 performances. Writer George Scarborough filed a lawsuit against M-G-M over alterations in his play, but the outcome of the suit has not been determined.
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Robert Z. Leonard took over as director for about 10 days when Clarence Brown fell ill with the flu.
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Special lighting techniques were employed to make Chinatown look gaudy by day and drab at night.
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Initially announced with Jacques Feyder as director and with Lupe Velez playing Lien Wha.
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This film was initially telecast on the Late, Late Show in New York City Monday 11 November 1957 on WCBS (Channel 2); in Cincinnati, it first aired 14 June 1958 on WLW (Channel 5), in Chicago 29 October 1958 on WBBM (Channel 2), and in San Francisco 23 September 1959 on KGO (Channel 7).
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