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Gilbert de Quincey is an early 19th-century adventurer involved with helping runaway slave girls and victims of a tong war in San Francisco. Garbed in black from head to toe, de Quincey narrates his adventures. At the slave auction where beautiful Asian girls are displayed in hanging bamboo cages, de Quincey befriends a tiny wisecracking female Asian dwarf.Written by
Loosely based on the 1822 autobiographical novel "Confessions of an English Opium-Eater", by Thomas De Quincey. See more »
Gilbert De Quincey:
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The writing was wonderfully florid and obtuse, I think the script was simply a collection of fortune cookies strung together. Although I like Vincent Price, the "most beautiful Chinese midget" was the starring character. Even the ending and the last lines were great and in the spirit of the movie.
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