Design based on a Tan dynasty poem about the haunting sound made by a lute
China's tallest building and the world's fifth tallest
Directed by her soon to be ex-husband, Orson Welles. The movie is known for its memorable "hall of mirrors" scene.
Based on the 1985 book 'Faraday's Flowers'
Director; David Dobkin. Also starred Aaron Johnson, Aidan Gillen & Tom Fisher
Director: Nick Grinde & Armand Schaefer. Also starred William Bakewell, Arthur Lake & Jonathan Hale
Director: James Tinling. Also starred Russell Hicks, Keye Luke & Halliwell Hobbes. Plot: When a prominent official is murdered at a banquet honoring Charle Chan (Oland), the detective and son Lee (Luke) team up to expose an opium-smuggling ring.
During his travels the American West, recently arrived Chinese immigrant Shanghai Joeencounters Texan rancher Stanley Spencer, who has been enslaving Mexican peasants from across the border.
1986 - Left her night job too soon.