China Girl

(1942)
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China Girl charts the exploits of two-fisted newsreel photographer Johnny Williams (George Montgomery), stationed in Burma and China in the early stage of WW II. Captured by the Japanese, he escapes from a concentration camp with the aid of beautiful, enigmatic 'China Girl' Miss Young (Gene Tierney). The two arduously make their way back to friendly lines so that Johnny can deliver the vital military information he's managed to glean from his captors.

  1. Henry Hathaway

    Director

  2. Darryl F. Zanuck

    Screenplay

  3. Ben Hecht

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Gene Tierney

    Gene Tierney

    Haoli Young

  2. George Montgomery

    George Montgomery

    Johnny Williams

  3. Lynn Bari

    Captain Fifi

  4. Victor McLaglen

    Victor McLaglen

    Major Bull Weed

  5. Alan Baxter

    Flyer Bill Jones

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China Girl
China Girl

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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 9, 1942
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 35m

Budget -

Revenue $1,400,000.00

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