Happy Birthday to John Lone. 70 candles shining brightly on the cake 🍰 John as Song Liling in M Butterfly 🦋 https://youtu.be/3wHUJX5xLgU Check out The Mighty Dragon YouTube channel
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When you look at the full moon on 21 September, what will you wish for?
Birthday wishes to John Lone #68
A very happy birthday to John Lone, the real Mighty Dragon! Thank you for the inspiration.
The Mighty Dragon call with Phillip Noyce #director #producer #writer
When I first watched the movie I felt instinctively that it should have been Raka's story (John Lone's character) and glad I was proved right. it just shows with the best laid plans things can change.
Hey – how you doing?!
Hey all - thought I'd drop by and say a short hello. I've taken a wee breather from The Mighty Dragon recently to catch up with writing the new and improved pilot. Throwing everything at it. The enhanced outlining work with my script consultant has been a real turning point for me. The time and... Continue Reading →
Shanghai 1920 – behind the scenes with Eric Michael Zee
My grandmother was a famous actress in Shanghai, so I remember feeling proud the first day on set that I was truly following in her footsteps.
Americathon – Film Review #johnlone
To sum up this film, its a look into the future we want to forget and a look in the past that we can't forget.
Shadow of China – Film Review #johnlone
They were everything a clandestine affair should be, no emotions, no attachments, just living what it is in that moment.
Iceman – Film Review #johnlone
This film was certainly a turning point in John's career, films that followed were Year of the Dragon, Echoes of Paradise and The Last Emperor.
Interview#20…Phillip Noyce, producer, director, writer
An interview with author Matthew Polly. Bruce Lee: A Life.
Echoes of Paradise – Film Review #johnlone
Starring: Wendy Hughes, John Lone, Steve Jacobs Written by Jan Sharp IMDb ranking & storyline: 6.2/10 The love story between an Australian woman and a Balinese dancer. I finally got to see this movie last night, hurrah! Sat with a cup of tea and my notebook, as I normally do for film reviews and with my hair... Continue Reading →
Interview#15…Fennie Yuen, actress
After recently reviewing Shanghai 1920 as part of my John Lone movie review series, I wanted to learn a little bit more about the actress, Fennie Yuen, who played Dawson’s girlfriend, Mei, in the movie. This character intrigued me, she was spirited, hard to break, but we were allowed at moments to see her softer... Continue Reading →