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The HEathEn ChinEE in thE MoviES
Camels, House Boats, and Bars, but No Celluloid Kisses, Feature the Pictures Being Made with All-Oriental Casts by a Hollywood Director
Shaffer, Rosalind - The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: May 29, 1932
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THAT adventure and romance linger on in the world is the heartening news brought to effete Hollywood via the letters of Leonard Fields, R-K-O writer and director, who is on location in China with the Harry Carson company, making travelogues and stories with native actors. Fields, writing from Soochow, at the end of the great canal of China, says: "Soochow was built some three hundred years before Christ and still retains its original smell. There are no streets, just canals--and...

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