Shadows of the Orient (1935) - Rotten Tomatoes

Shadows of the Orient (1935)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Shadows of the Orient Photos

Movie Info

Released by Monogram in 1937, Shadows of the Orient was actually produced independently several years earlier by Larry Darmour. Arrested in a raid on a Chinese gambling joint, judge's daughter Viola Avery (Esther Ralston) is rescued from disgrace by King Moss (Sidney Blackmer), owner of the establishment. In return, Moss expects Viola to string along with him romantically, and to help him with his busy alien-smuggling racket. But stalwart immigration inspector Baxter (Regis Toomey), himself in love with Viola, puts an end to Moss' activities for good. The fact that Shadows of the Orient was three to four years old when it came off the shelf was obvious in its tatty production values and antiquated costumes.

Watch it now


Esther Ralston
as Viola Avery
Sidney Blackmer
as King Moss
Oscar Apfel
as Judge Avery
Kit Guard
as Nolan
Matty Fain
as Gangster
View All

Critic Reviews for Shadows of the Orient

There are no critic reviews yet for Shadows of the Orient. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!

Audience Reviews

There are no featured reviews for Shadows of the Orient at this time.

Shadows of the Orient Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

News & Features