Motion Picture Herald (Apr-Jun 1931)

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^1 With ANNA MAY WONG WARNER OLAND and a cast of big names THE sensation of America and Europe, Miss Wong has electrified New York with her audacious portrayal of the Oriental siren in the stage play, "On the Spot". Oland is the foremost male interpreter of Oriental roles in the world. "Daughter of the Dragon", based on a story by the famous Sax Rohmer, is a tingling thriller of a beautiful Chinese girl used to entrap men.