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China Doll(1958)

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  • forgotten history

    • jesse
    • 6/24/10

    To many today forget that America, and China fought a terrible war to save China, Asia from the Japanese in WWII, a member of my family was a pilot in the Air Core in WWII in China.This film has what today's war films lack, HEART, good people fought, and died to stop Japan/Germany/Italy, and this film shows that.

  • China Doll (1958)

    • Celia Trimboli
    • 6/24/10

    Great movie. I never thought of Victor Mature as a great actor but he has some effective scenes. Li Li Hua is lovely and has a beautiful smile. Foe me the most poignant and touching scenes are when Mature finds his wife and foster son dead from an enemy attack, and when he finds his baby alive and puts his dog tags on her and kisses her goodbye knowing he will not survive the coming conflagration and praying she will.

  • A nice surprise!

    • Noreen
    • 6/20/08

    Although aspects of the film appears a bit dated in a late 1950s post WW II Hollywood frame (for example, the use of Asian style fonts in their screen lettering), it was surprisingly entertaining and endearing as it courageously attempted the depiction of an inter-racial romance. I think what truly saved the film for me was the fact that it did actually use a Chinese actress for the leading role. In sum, a rare and highly recommended gem!

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