The Curse of Quon Gwon
|The Curse of Quon Gwon: When the Far East Mingles with the West|
|Directed by||Marion E. Wong|
It was restored in 2006 by the Academy Film Archive from the two reels preserved by filmmaker Arthur Dong. As of 2007[update], it is the earliest known Chinese American feature film. It is also one of the earliest films directed by a woman, Marion E. Wong. In 1968, Violet Wong told her grandson Gregory Mark, "There's an old film in the basement, you do something with it." Mark turned it into 16mm, and a year later, Violet showed the film to her family at Christmas. Parts of the film are still missing.
- "Films Added to National Film Registry for 2006 - News Releases". Library of Congress. Retrieved 2016-05-02.
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