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    John Ford- Bamboo Cross (1955)

    BAMBOO CROSS

    DIRECTED BY JOHN FORD
    PRODUCED BY WILLIAM ASHER
    LEWMAN PRODUCTIONS
    NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY

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    Plot Summary
    In a contemporary Catholic convent in China,
    two Maryknoll nuns are menaced by a Communist overlord
    who falsely accuses them of murdering
    Chinese infants with Communion wafers.

    Episode Cast
    James Hong
    Kurt Katch ... King Fat
    Betty Lynn ... Anne
    Sichi Sao
    Jane Wyman ... Sister Regina

    Writing Credits
    Laurence Stallings (writer)
    Sister Maria Del Rey book "A Nun in Red China"

    Filming Location
    Republic Studios - 4024 Radford Avenue, North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA
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    Re: John Ford- Bamboo Cross (1955)

    Jane Wyman presented this rare
    episode of the Fireside Theatre TV series.

    John Ford also directed other episodes,
    but these are unknown and uncredited
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    Re: John Ford- Bamboo Cross (1955)

    This movie appears to be very rare, though, this web site sez you can download it there. I tried, bad warnings came up, I backed on out of there!

    http://www.moviesplanet.com/movies/

    Chester

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    Re: John Ford- Bamboo Cross (1955)

    You can bet this along with other 'Fireside Theatre' episodes, are probably lost.
    surprisingly quite a lot of the the Ford's lesser works are hard to find
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    Re: John Ford- Bamboo Cross (1955)

    Sad, but 50, 60 years ago, who would have thought we, today, would be where we are now, with so much access to all films? And there would be this demand!

    Chester

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