Lady from Chungking - Anna May Wong 1942Lady from Chungking - Anna May Wong 1942Lady from Chungking - Anna May Wong 1942Lady from Chungking - Anna May Wong 1942

Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong 1905-1961

Actress Anna May Wong, appeared in Shanghai Express (1932) Directed by Josef von Sternberg, among many other films.

Anna May Wong

She was born Wong Liu Tsong on January 3, 1905, in Los Angeles, California. Her first film appearance was as an uncredited extra in the 1919 silent film The Red Lantern.

Anna May Wong

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Her career has received intense study and evaluation (or re-evaluation) by film historians seeking to document the role of oriental actors in American Cinema. As Wong had a long and varied career from silent film up to 1961 American television, and was one of the few minority actors to achieve full-"star" status, she has become a beacon for academics, film writers, and the subject of film revivals.

Anna May Wong

Her final credit was in an appearance in 1961 for the television program "The Barbara Stanwyck Show."

Daughter of the Dragon Anna May Wong


Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong


Anna May Wong 1937

Anna May Wong 1937


Dragon by the Tail

Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961

Director: Jacques Tourneur - Broadcast by NBC January 30, 1961

Season 1, Episode 17

Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961

Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961

Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961

Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961

Anna May Wong - Barbara Stanwyck Show - 1961


Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong


Anna May Wong, 1938

ANNA MAY WONG 1938


Anna May Wong

Anna May Wong


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