The World of Suzie Wong

The World of Suzie Wong

Director: Richard Quine Cast: William Holden, Nancy Kwan, Sylvia Syms

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Product Details

Release Date: 07/14/2009
UPC: 0032429065995
Original Release: 1960
Rating: NR
Source: Paramount
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Mono]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
William Holden Robert Lomax
Nancy Kwan Suzie Wong
Sylvia Syms Kay O'Neil
Michael Wilding Ben
Jacqui Chan Gwenny Lee
Laurence Naismith Mr. O'Neill
Lionel Blair Dancer
Bernard Cribbins Otis
Ronald Eng Waiter
Andy Ho Ah Tong
Robert Lee Barman
Yvonne Shima Minnie Ho
Edwina Carroll Actor
Dervis Ward Actor
Marian Spencer Actor

Technical Credits
Richard Quine Director
Gus Agosti Asst. Director
Bert Bates Editor
John Box Art Director
Sammy Cahn Songwriter
Phyllis Dalton Costumes/Costume Designer
George Duning Score Composer
John Patrick Screenwriter
Hugh Perceval Associate Producer
Ray Stark Producer
Geoffrey Unsworth Cinematographer
James VanHeusen Songwriter

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. A Most Exasperating Girl [7:51]
2. Wan Chai District [2:17]
3. The Line of Respectability [5:58]
4. Just Sit [1:17]
5. Story of the Clouds [6:27]
6. Still Good Inside [1:44]
7. Culture With the O'Neills [6:06]
8. Crazy kind of Pride [4:50]
9. Help From Kay [2:43]
10. Concepts of Morality [:40]
11. It's Now Tomorrow [6:31]
12. Suzie's Small Secret [2:24]
13. Money Troubles [6:15]
14. Vanished Liberalism [4:58]
15. Hillside Disaster [4:21]
16. To Whom it May Concern [7:53]

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The World of Suzie Wong 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was surprise of how entertaining this film was, and how much I liked it. This film is like a Chinese version of Pretty Woman, where two social classes crash when a lady of the night and a wealthy man fall in love. This love story has a bit of a twist but it also has some really cute scenes that will have you ahhing. Still, it has some dark moment and a serious theme. Apart from those thought I wonder about the culture suggestion that this movie portraits. Still, in the end it was good movie to pass the time.