The Mystery of Mr. Wong

The Mystery of Mr. Wong

Film poster
Directed by William Nigh
Produced by Scott R. Dunlap
William T. Lackey
Written by Scott Darling
Hugh Wiley
Starring Boris Karloff
Grant Withers
Music by Edward J. Kay
Cinematography Harry Neumann
Edited by Russell F. Schoengarth
Release dates
  • March 8, 1939 (1939-03-08)
Running time
68 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Mystery of Mr. Wong is a 1939 American mystery film directed by William Nigh and starring Boris Karloff.[1]


The second in the series of Mr. Wong features starring Boris Karloff finds wealthy gem-collector Brandon Edwards gaining possession of the largest star sapphire in the world, the 'Eye of the Daughter of the Moon', after it has been stolen in China. Edwards, at a party in his home, confides to Mr. Wong that his life is in danger. During a game of Charades, Edwards is mysteriously shot dead and the gem disappears. Unknown to Wong, the jewel is in the possession of Edwards' maid, Drina, who intends to return it to China, but she is murdered also, and the gem is taken again. After one more murder—the suspect list is dwindling—Wong exposes the killer, turns him over to Police Inspector Street, and Wong orders his manservant Willy to return the gem to China.


See also


  1. Stephen Jacobs, Boris Karloff: More Than a Monster, Tomohawk Press 2011 p 244
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