Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Action star Tom Keene appeared under his alternate screen cognomen of George Duryea in the 1935 quickie Hong Kong Nights. Tom (or George) and Warren Hymer play a couple of rough-and-tumble customs agents. Lovely Wera Engels co-stars as the innocent companion of crooked businessman Cornelius Keefe. It looks bad for our heroes and heroine until smuggler Tetsu Komai turns on his one-time partner Keefe, sparking a surprisingly spectacular oil-drum fire. Hong Kong Nights was assembled by close-to-the-bone producer Walter Futter on the old Mack Sennett lot, which soon would be the property of Republic Studios.
betrayal, courage, criminal, customs-agent, danger, espionage, fire, friendship, maniac, partner, smuggling, tracking [following], weapons, agent [representative], China