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Bombs Over Burma (Alpha) (1942)

Front Cover Actor
Anna May Wong Lin Ying
Leslie Denison Sir Roger Howe
Nedrick Young Slim Jenkins
Noel Madison Me-Hoi
Dan Seymour Pete Brogranza
Frank Lackteen Hallam
Teala Loring Lucy Dell (as Judith Gibson)
Dennis Moore Tom Whitley
Connie Leon Ma Sing
Hayward Soo Hoo Ling
Movie Details
Genre Drama; War
Director Joseph H. Lewis
Producer Arthur Alexander; Alfred Stern
Writer Joseph H. Lewis; George Wellington Pardy
Studio Alpha Video
Language English
Audience Rating NR
Running Time 65 mins
Country USA
Color Color
IMDb Rating 5.3
Death, Danger And Double Cross!

China. World War II. The bloody Burma Road must be kept open for Allied troop convoys at any cost by a brave but shorthanded crew. After a surprise attack, the group suspects a traitor is amongst them. The beautiful Lin Yang - who teaches school by day and spies for the Allies by night - is assigned to find out who is responsible for leaking costly information to the Japanese.

Driven by the horrifying memory of innocent villagers who were slaughtered by the enemy, Lin Yang travels the treacherous road with an unlikely group of strangers. Englishman Sir Roger Howe and American Slim Jenkins aide her in a desperate race against time to stop the devastating bombs over Burma.

With unflinching scenes of aerial assaults and battlefield brutality, writer-director Joseph H. Lewis creates a taut, suspenseful wartime adventure.

Anna May Wong began her career in silent films and quickly came to the attention of Douglas Fairbanks, who cast her in a prominent role in The Thief of Baghdad. To escape type-casting after a series of concubine and slave girl roles, she went to Europe, where parts in film and on stage were better for the Chinese-American actress. Wong returned to the U.S., and continued to create strong portraits for directors Erich Von Stroheim, Nicholas Ray and Ross Hunter. Before passing away in Santa Monica, California in 1961, she appeared in numerous television shows and dramas, and was the first Chinese-American to star in her own series, The Gallery of Madame Liu-Tsong (1951).
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region
Screen Ratio Standard 1.33:1 B&W
Layers Single Side, Single Layer
UPC (Barcode) 089218479297
Release Date 7/19/05
Packaging Keep Case
Audio Tracks ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Stereo
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1
Extra Features
Features Not Specified

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