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Hi Nancy, back from Khtai, Austria where I met Peter and had a long conversation about the old days. There are so many questions I would like to ask you. Would love to see you in person when I'm in California next time. Best wishes, Olof Pock
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Olof Pock <olof@pockpock.de>
Berlin, Germany - Mon 17 Apr 2017, 06:11

Dear Ms. Kwan Meisel, I thank you for having this open forum and receiving questions and notes from fans like myself. I am getting in touch to first say I admire your work and contributions to the arts, and secondly to ask if you still consider new projects? I have written a screenplay set in Hong Kong (spanning from 1958 until present) that is in both Cantonese and English and features a role for which I think you would be perfect. I wasn't sure what was the best way to be in touch with you, so thought that this may be the best first step. If it is better to be in touch through an agent or by alternative means, if you could kindly advise what suits you best, I will gladly accommodate. Greatly appreciate your time and kind consideration, Sincerely, D. Miller Lee d.miller.lee.888@gmail.com
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
D. Miller Lee <d.miller.lee.888@gmail.com>
Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, Hong Kong China S.A.R. - Sat 11 Mar 2017, 22:49

You are a great actress. Thank you!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
dale bonar <dalebonar@hotmail.com>
paris, tn United States - Sat 25 Feb 2017, 16:26

Hi Nancy, My only wife [Nancy Karen Long] died of throat cancer in 2008. She hadn't smoked in 25 years. She was only 51 at the time of her death. You are the essence of everything Asian and everything demur and wonderful. I have always loved you. I am 70 years old, I have a master's degree in geography and I'm a Vietnam-era veteran. You are beautiful and charming after all these years. I would love to have you come to the Treasure Coast of Florida so young American women of Asian decent could get a glimpse into your mind, body and heart. Thank you for delight to millions. Curtis H. Long 11060 Ganga Way, Unit #410 Sebastian, Florida 32958
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Curtis Hamlin Long <dolphans72@gmail.com>
Sebastian, FL USA - Fri 17 Feb 2017, 21:04

Hello Nancy this is Michael. I wanted to say "Happy new year" (the year of the rooster) @the Disney resort we have a huge celebration going on for the lunar new year You should see it, so much dancing colors.....and the food so much wonderful food offerings, you should go & see for yourself. Pray your doing fine. Enjoy our sunshine. Good health to you & your!! very best regards Michael Lavau
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
michael la vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sat 28 Jan 2017, 16:54

Hi Nancy you are so talented and beautiful i saw u on hawaii five o way back than and would love to. See you on the new one as well I did not see any gifts to buy i would love to have a sign picture of u or a shirt with your pictures or any items that I can treasure forever Thank You Gerald (Pua)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Gerald yano <Puaboy@yahoo.com>
Livermore, Ca USA - Sun 18 Dec 2016, 06:55

Dear Nancy, I wonder if you remember filming a movie in HK 60-70s in a very big house mansion, in mid-levels - I was a child then and had some photos of you and the actor (a blond hair guy). I cannot remember the name of the movie but it was about a family drama. I wonder if you can help me out please? Thank you.
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newbury, West Berkshire United Kingdom - Wed 14 Dec 2016, 05:58

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Brooklyn, NY USA - Sat 10 Dec 2016, 06:58

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
K. Chong <naoo@yahoo.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Sat 10 Dec 2016, 06:55

I recently saw one of your movies for the first time in my life and was absolutely amazed by your great performance as well as stunning beauty. Know that you are well appreciated, even by someone from a much younger generation!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
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Brooklyn, NY USA - Wed 12 Oct 2016, 22:38

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
K. Chong <naoo@yahoo.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Sun 09 Oct 2016, 03:32

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
AntonejsiSO <Antonejsi>
, - Wed 14 Sep 2016, 08:08

I have one of the original photos of Nancy Kwan in the Sassoon iconic bob cut that was photographed in the 1960s. I obtained mine from the Vidal Sassoon Salon in London in 1966. I went there frequently for the famed cut. The photo is by Terence Donovon and is numbered.
Carol <mimicarol91@gmail.com>
USA - Mon 05 Sep 2016, 21:56

I too have gotten the spam emails from the @outlook & @gmail senders. I knew that they were bogus & did not donate.
Carol <mimicarol91@gmail.com>
USA - Mon 05 Sep 2016, 21:43

Hello Ms. Kwan. I hope you are well. Would love to see you guest star in the new Hawaii Five-O series as you did the original pilot back in 1968 with Jack Lord. I will ask producer Mr. Lenkov when I see him in a couple of weeks to extend an invitation. Sadly, I too have received this terrible e-mail from someone named Alicia Solar Tumbali regarding a charity foundation in you name and with an e-mail address of nancykwann@outlook.com. Research indicates this person who is claiming to be your personal assistant is really a black lady and con artist from Ghana and Nigeria seeking to exploit your name and not an Asian woman. One of my investigators is looking into this as a potential fraud action and is contacting State Dept and FBI to engage resources on such online scams. God Bless. Thank you for being so kind to me.
Alan Keisner <keisnera@aol.com>
Los Alamitos, CA USA - Sun 04 Sep 2016, 21:39

Received another spam message today from tumbalialiciasolar@gmail.com pretending to be part of Nancy's foundation.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Vincent <vince@chapter2prod.com>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Sun 04 Sep 2016, 19:03

I also received the scam emails. Big giveaway they list a new web site nancykwann@outlook.com Notice anything about this site address? I taught high school for years and used my favorite movie "World of Suzie Wong" as an illustration of a morals and ethics mini course study. Great actress and this is my all time favorite movie by a landslide.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William Penman <Seashore00@aol.com>
Absecon, NJ USA - Sun 04 Sep 2016, 18:43

I found soemone emailing people under the name of nancykwanfoundation@gmail.com asking for contributions, money, etc for that so-called foundation which I never heard of. I just wanted to let you know before others get caught by this scam
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Marcel <marcelinjapan@yahoo.ca>
Levis, Qc CANADA - Sat 03 Sep 2016, 20:26

Re: Bill Totten's comment. I got the same email except it came Aug. 31'st. I searched the internet and your site and found no reference to such a foundation. It appears someone is using the email addresses in the comments from this site to carry out fraud! John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Winegarden <JohnWinegarden@rogers.com>
Scarborough, ON Canada - Thu 01 Sep 2016, 19:37

I also received the same bogus email of someone trying gather money and identification from Nancy's website/
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Vincent Degiorgio <vince@chapter2prod.com>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Thu 01 Sep 2016, 13:03

This really isn't a comment; it's a question. I got an email today from The Nancy Kwan Foundation soliciting donations. Here's a quote from the email I received today, 09/01/2016: "I have set up a Foundation here in Hong Kong which is for the Old and displaced people who have no home and i want you to join hands with me so that we can touch their lives in a positive way, no one can attain greatness alone because there are so many lives to be touched." Can anyone tell me if this foundation is legitimate? A Google search today yielded no verification. Thank you for any assistance you can provide. P.S. I also really like "To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shen's Journey", too.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Bill Totten <btotten2@gmail.com>
USA - Thu 01 Sep 2016, 12:13

you are very beautiful, vous etes trs belle
franck
toulon, france - Fri 19 Aug 2016, 12:05

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
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toulon, france - Fri 19 Aug 2016, 12:03

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
JimmiXS <JimmiXS>
New York, NY USA - Sun 07 Aug 2016, 21:09

Dear Ms. Kwan, I appreciate your great and deep talent. I keep noticing over and over that great leading ladies elevate the performance of their leading men. It's very refreshing to see you have reminded people that they must separate the character and the actress. I think Suzie was many times smarter about the world than Holden's character. Sadly he was afraid of her and of a blind and often evil society too. I find your work portraying Suzie so intelligent and at the same time visceral and full of intuitive worldly knowledge. I suggest to younger generations, watch your great work and try to count their blessings to live in perhaps better circumstances though I can't say the world itself is better. Thank you for sharing your talent, mike
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
mike allen <claudevms@hotmail.com>
CO USA - Mon 27 Jun 2016, 00:05

Hello Nancy, This is Michael, I too want to wish you a special happy Birthday. Go out & have a little fun, enjoy a great meal...maybe a little dancing or time with you many friends, I also wanted to renew my offer to you & your husband, If you would ever like to visit Disneyland & California adventure park I can sign you both in as my guest and the best part is you get to visit both parks for free. Let me know you would like to. It would be an honor for me! Again have a wonderful special day. Your friend Michael La Vau
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
Anaheim, ca USA - Thu 19 May 2016, 16:25

Happy Birthday, Nancy! Wishing you all best, always! Enjoy your day :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Talita M.
Brazil - Thu 19 May 2016, 16:21

Hi Nancy, want to wish you a Happy Birthday. Enjoy your special day. I'll watch the "World of Suzy Wong" tonight with a glass of wine for your B-Day.
Jim C. <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
USA - Thu 19 May 2016, 07:59

Hi Nancy, want to wish you a Happy Birthday. Enjoy your special day. I'll watch the "World of Suzy Wong" tonight with a glass of wine for your B-Day.
Jim C. <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
USA - Thu 19 May 2016, 07:58

There is a perverted sci-fi film being produced as I write this. The Whitehouse USA has passed a law forcing pre-teen children to have to share public and school bathrooms with any male who CHOOSES TO "PRETEND" he is a girl, even with a penis. These lawmakers have clearly demonstrated they are mentally ill. This paper should investigate and report on this as it will SKYROCKET your circulation.THIS IS SCIENCE FICTION GONE BAD AND YET IT IS A FEDERAL LAW NOW!!!!!!!!
Jeff Science <science.Jeff@gmail.com>
Washington, D.C. USA - Mon 16 May 2016, 00:41

I must watch The World of Zusie Wong at least once a year. We are so fortunate since few years to have the advantage of buying DVDs and have our favorite films at hand whenever we feel like going back to the sixties or even the forties - for films like Gone with the Wind. MissKwan I am of your age and have gone the same agony as you did.. I fully feel with you. Wish you all the best and especially a Good Health .
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
Camille E. Sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
Beirut, Lebanon USA - Wed 11 May 2016, 05:47

Dear Nancy, Hello this is Michael, I just finished watching your movie "Honeymoon Hotel" one TCM. You were very good in it! I truly enjoyed your dancing & acting. I've always loved your long hear but you looked so good in that Sasoon cut. In the past (when I was a young man) I would always look at a girls eyes & her smile...You my friend have both. Time goes by so fast I believe you already have a birthday coming up next month..so let me be the first to wish you a happy & great birthday. May I ask a question, I know many fans write you, some claiming to be family....but do you ever answer anyone back? If you were it would be thru this web site & not on your personal e-mail address....just asking cause I read (somewhere) that you don't always check this site. I still hope one day to hear your doing something on TV or in a movie or TV special. Well I'll stop here but once again I thank you for allowing me to write & say hello. Thank you for your movies & acting!! Your friend. Michael La Vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
Anaheim, Ca USA - Thu 21 Apr 2016, 17:14

dear Nancy, in the film The World of Suzi Wong, there were paintings of you in William Holden's hotel room. What happened to them...do you know where they are today?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
DPaul LeDesma <dpaulledesma@gmail.com>
Palm Springs , ca USA - Sun 28 Feb 2016, 01:26

Hello Ms. Kwan - my father worked on The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song as a scenic artist. It's not likely you'd remember him, except that he was crippled and walked with a pronounced limp. Antonino Marrone was also a fine artist and painted a very beautiful picture of you which hangs in my living room today. I've taken a photo of it and would love to send it to you (the photo, not the painting), so if you're interested in seeing this lovely painting of you as a young woman, please email me. Wish you all the best - Viviana Marrone
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Viviana Marrone <Viviana.Marrone@gmail.com>
San Bruno, CA USA - Sat 27 Feb 2016, 12:16

Hello Nancy, this is Michael. I just wanted to wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR.,,, (year of the monkey) @ disneylands "California adventure park" we have a 4 day ceremony with so much song & dance, there was latern making special food offerings a stand where you could write good will offerings on red envoleps & hang them on our tree. the costumes were so colorful. You should of been there! Next year (if you like) I can have you & your husband come in as my guest, I'm sure you would have a lovely time. Once again thank you for allowing me to write you this note. Very best regards Michael La Vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
Anaheim, ca USA - Thu 11 Feb 2016, 01:16

Hi Nancy so many times we wish we could really be close or chat with our fav actresses .. but this time I can hun .. I just read you had a son .. I am sorry he has passed on .. seams each of us .. receive some heartache in this life .. I know he was everything to you .. I see it in your eyes .. I am sorry love . Nancy I enjoyed you in the movie the world of susie wong .. and its almost deja vue ..as I have met a girl from bieging china .. the funny thing Nancy is ..how she got me right after the movie by mail ..I rented it and she found me shortly after .. I feel like I am in the movie nancy .. did you enjoy working with william holden ? I thought the two of you brought out the movie .. that we all could feel everything you felt in each scene .. hope to see you in other movies nancy .. fun little part ..do you remember art carney from the honeymooners ..tv show ..did you know I actualy spoke to him by mail ..he was not feeling good at the time ..but I perked him up ..by saying mr caney let me drink you in ...woow .. It made him smile nancy .. I was glad to do that .. he passed some months later .. I felt at a loss to see him go .. he offered to sell me all his pictures .. ED norton ...you remember him .. Nancy thank you for stopping to read this .. I am so lucky to send this to you .... thank you richard S.
richard S. <spearso400@hotmail.com>
burlington, on canada - Sat 26 Dec 2015, 03:03

It has been customary for me to watch The World of Suzie Wong at least once a year .Iam doing it since the late seventies when it became possible to acquire the film on VHS then on DVD.This film will never grow old. Other Masterpieces had their success but in the long run they lose their originality. Not the World of Suzie , not the script: No Talk !! No Talk !! Thank you again Miss Nancy Kwan and God bless you.
camille Sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
Beirut- Lebanon, USA - Mon 14 Dec 2015, 05:15

It has been customary for me to watch The World of Suzie Wong at least once a year .Iam doing it since the late seventies when it became possible to acquire the film on VHS then on DVD.This film will never grow old. Other Masterpieces had their success but in the long run they lose their originality. Not the World of Suzie , not the script: No Talk !! No Talk !! Thank you again Miss Nancy Kwan and God bless you.
camille Sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
Beirut- Lebanon, USA - Mon 14 Dec 2015, 05:13

It has been customary for me to watch The World of Suzie Wong at least once a year .Iam doing it since the late seventies when it became possible to acquire the film on VHS then on DVD.This film will never grow old. Other Masterpieces had their success but in the long run they lose their originality. Not the World of Suzie , not the script: No Talk !! No Talk !! Thank you again Miss Nancy Kwan and God bless you.
camille Sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
Beirut- Lebanon, USA - Mon 14 Dec 2015, 05:09

Hello Nancy, How are you? Hope all is fine with you. Well yet another year is almost gone. I trust it was a good year for you. I still really enjoy watching my "Nancy Kwan" movies. I want to wish you & your Husband a great & safe Holiday season & pray it's a season full of happiness and days filled with Laughter, song, and much love!!! Again I thank you for reading this note. Your friend Michael.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
michael la vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sat 12 Dec 2015, 18:47

Ms. Kwan, as a young boy I saw The world of suzie wong, and loved it. I could never remember the title, but recently found and watched it again after 50 years. I must say I found you beautiful and mesmerizing all over again, as I did then. I might add that this caucasion male is now happily married to an oriental wife, who knows, perhaps you were the catalyst!!!! God bless, Jim
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim Palmer <palmbo45@yahoo.com>
USA - Sat 28 Nov 2015, 13:46

HI MISS KWAN, HAVE U PAVED THE WAY FOR OTHER CHINESE ACTRESSES TO BREAK IN TO HOLLYWOOD CINEMA AND OTHER CHINESE ACTRESSES TO HAVE LEAD ROLES IN MOVIES OR OTHER CHINESE ACTRESSES HAVE INFLUENCED U OVER THE YEARS, MISS KWAN?? YOU'RE SUCH A CHINESE ACTRESS AND THANKS FOR YOUR INVOLVEMENT FOR THE ASIAN-AMERICAN ACTING COMMUNITY, I GIVE THANKS TO U, MISS KWAN<3 <3!! Anwar Bernard Washington
ANWAR WASHINGTON <anwartheking@aol.com>
Inglewood, CA USA - Sat 21 Nov 2015, 21:51

Hi Nancy, Well, for goodness sakes, you are a beautiful woman! Just watched The World of Suzie Wong; you were great in you performance and as mentioned so incredibly beautiful! Now I am hungry for more Nancy Kwan movies, gonna check out The Corrupt Ones next. Hope all is well with you and wish you much happiness in life, From a new and enthusiastic fan! David Hi Nancy, Well, for goodness sakes, you are a beautiful woman! Just watched The World of Suzie Wong; you were great in you performance and as mentioned so incredibly beautiful! Now I am hungry for more Nancy Kwan movies, gonna check out The Corrupt Ones next. Hope all is well with you and wish you much happiness in life, From a new and enthusiastic fan! David david lewis st, USA - Wed 21 Oct 2015, 16:06
cRR <rikrens1984@gmail.com>
pa - Sat 21 Nov 2015, 01:09

Hi Nancy, Well, for goodness sakes, you are a beautiful woman! Just watched The World of Suzie Wong; you were great in your performance and as mentioned so incredibly beautiful! Now I am hungry for more Nancy Kwan movies, gonna check out The Corrupt Ones next. Hope all is well with you and wish you much happiness in life, From a new and enthusiastic fan! David
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
david lewis <ktsa_55@yahoo.com>
steelton, pa USA - Wed 21 Oct 2015, 16:08

Hi Nancy, Well, for goodness sakes, you are a beautiful woman! Just watched The World of Suzie Wong; you were great in you performance and as mentioned so incredibly beautiful! Now I am hungry for more Nancy Kwan movies, gonna check out The Corrupt Ones next. Hope all is well with you and wish you much happiness in life, From a new and enthusiastic fan! David Hi Nancy, Well, for goodness sakes, you are a beautiful woman! Just watched The World of Suzie Wong; you were great in you performance and as mentioned so incredibly beautiful! Now I am hungry for more Nancy Kwan movies, gonna check out The Corrupt Ones next. Hope all is well with you and wish you much happiness in life, From a new and enthusiastic fan! David
david lewis
st, USA - Wed 21 Oct 2015, 16:06

Hi Nancy, Well, for goodness sakes, you are a beautiful woman! Just watched The World of Suzie Wong; you were great in you performance and as mentioned so incredibly beautiful! Now I am hungry for more Nancy Kwan movies, gonna check out The Corrupt Ones next. Hope all is well with you and wish you much happiness in life, From a new and enthusiastic fan! David
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
david lewis <kysa_55@yahoo.com>
steelton, pa USA - Wed 21 Oct 2015, 12:20

Dear Ms. Kwan: I am writing from Brigade, a film publicity agency in New York and Los Angeles. Our recent projects include Short Term 12, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, The Babadook, and It Follows. This year we will be sending out screeners for Sean Bakers acclaimed film Tangerine, a decidedly modern Christmas tale told on the streets of L.A. Magnolia Pictures and the Duplass Brothers, who produced Tangerine, are launching an awards campaign for the stars of the film: actresses Kitana Kiki Rodriguez and Mya Taylor. This will be the first time in Hollywood history that a film distributor has backed an awards push for a transgender actress. In order to ensure that you receive your For Your Consideration screener expediently, will you please confirm that the mailing address that we have on file is where you would prefer to receive your screeners this year? ADDRESS: c/o Eurasia, Inc. 4154 Woodman Ave Sherman Oaks CA 91423-4332 Thank you for your assistance! Will Gaines BRIGADE 548 W. 28th Street, #332-334 New York, NY 10001-5500 M: 415.271.0723 brigademarketing.com
William Gaines <william@brigademarketing.com>
New York, NY USA - Mon 19 Oct 2015, 14:44

I have seen the world of Suzie Wong 10 times at least. I always been crying. Suzie Wong is Immortal for me. And Nancy Kwan too shall never die until there will be a single person watching that movie. I'm going to show that movie to my children. Thanks for being there and for your art.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Giovanni Galaffu <ggrfortitudo@yahoo.it>
Ozieri, Italy - Sat 26 Sep 2015, 07:30

Dear Miss Kwan, I first saw Flower Drum Song when I was 11 in 1962, and later I saw Suzie Wong, and I became your fan since then. I have read your biography online, but I notice there is no published book on your life and achievements. I have been a journalist for many years, having worked with magazines in the English media and The Straits Times, Asia's leading English-language newspaper. It would be a great privileg
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Jane Chew <janechew0318@yahoo.com>
Littleton, Colorado USA - Sun 20 Sep 2015, 16:50

Dear Ms.Kwan: I watched 'The World of Suzie Wong', 'Fate is the Hunter' and your documentary 'To Whom it May Concern' and enjoyed them all. I have quite a collection of movies. I would rate 'Suzie Wong' as my third favourite film behind the 'The Life of Emile Zola'(1937) and 'The Count of Monte Cristo'(1934). I requested a photo to be autographed today and hope I didn't mess up. The instructions on the fan mail site called for a stamped return envelope but the Canadian Post Office(I'm from Toronto) couldn't put American stamps on. I enclosed the necessary funds to cover the postage. I hope that was ok. John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Winegarden <JohnWinegarden@rogers.com>
Scarborough, ON Canada - Sat 12 Sep 2015, 14:37

Dear Ms.Kwan: I watched 'The World of Suzie Wong', 'Fate is the Hunter' and your documentary 'To Whom it May Concern' and enjoyed them all. I have quite a collection of movies. I would rate 'Suzie Wong' as my third favourite film behind the 'The Life of Emile Zola'(1937) and 'The Count of Monte Cristo'(1934). I requested a photo to be autographed today and hope I didn't mess up. The instructions on the fan mail site called for a stamped return envelope but the Canadian Post Office(I'm from Toronto) couldn't put American stamps on. I enclosed the necessary funds to cover the postage. I hope that was ok. John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Winegarden <JohnWinegarden@rogers.com>
Scarborough, ON Canada - Sat 12 Sep 2015, 14:36

Hi Nancy, I have just finished watching To Whom It May Concern, Ka Shen's Journey. Yes I laughed and cried with you throughout the documentary. Thank you again for sharing your precious memories with us. Hope to meet you in person some day. Jollie
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jollie <sherryfliphk@gmail.com>>
Hong Kong - Sun 23 Aug 2015, 04:28

I am in process of obtaining the video called: Flower Drum Song. We are from the same generation (Pre World War II). You background is unique. I wish you good health and happiness. For Goodness Sake, Take Care.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Frank V. Vande Corput <fvandecorput@yahoo.com>
Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA - Thu 23 Jul 2015, 22:28

Hi Nancy I saw your movies and love the one I have selected. Will you be making anymore. I miss you on the large screen. I fell in love with you as a child and still think you are a very beautiful, gifted and wonderful actress and person. Hope you visit Melbourne Australia. Would love to see you in person. Your ardent fan aaron
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
aaron <aadh1@hotmail.com>
MELBOURNE, VIC australia - Sat 18 Jul 2015, 06:01

Dear Nancy, Greetings from HK! I am a fan, and would like to send you a note in private. Is there an email address I can write to? I hope to hear from you.....thank you! Sincerely, Jolly (a girl who wears cheongsham and takes the star ferry and wishes I could re-live the good old Hong Kong Days)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jolly <sherryfliphk@gmail.com>
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Thu 09 Jul 2015, 08:17

Dear Ms. Kwan, "Flower Drum Song" is my favorite Rogers & Hammerstein musical and I adored you in "World of Suzie Wong," "Fate is the Hunter" and "The McMasters". I hope you will happy to hear my production team is rapidly developing "Tubular Romance," which will star a Chinese actress as lead in the best role in a Hollywood film since "The World of Suzie Wong". I really hope we fans can finally help award you the recognition you deserve for your contribution to American cinema. This is small thanks for the difference you have made in all of our lives. Mine, certainly. All the best - Robert
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Robert L. Fallin <rfallin@comcast.net >
Savannah, GA USA - Wed 01 Jul 2015, 04:43

Hello Nancy, this is Michael, Just wanted write & say hello & hoping your having a great summer. I'm turning 65 Wednesday (hard to believe) where do the years go. I was watching the movie "picnic" with William Holden, What a great actor, I'm sure you had a wonderful time filming with him! You were both great in Suzie Wong ..."for goodness sake". I think about the loss of you son as I do for mine EVERYDAY. well again thanks for allowing me to write you, again have a safe & fun summer. your friend Michael La Vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
Anaheim, calif USA - Tue 23 Jun 2015, 19:46

Nancy, I have loved you ever since first seeing you in The World of Suzy Wong - and I own a copy of it in my film archives at home! it would be such an honor to have an opportunity to meet you one day!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
sandra <stl226@aol.com>
new york, ny USA - Wed 20 May 2015, 00:29

Hi Nancy, just want to wish you a very happy birthday and wishing you the best in health and happiness.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim Cirese <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
La Grange, Il USA - Tue 19 May 2015, 13:21

Hello Nancy, This is Michael. I wanted to wish you a very merry happy birth day. Hope you have a fun day planned, it's really nice outside today. Can you believe how fast the years are flying by. I'll be 65 next month. By the way did you ever get a chance to watch "Fresh off the boat"? I'm sure it will be back nest season. This Thursday would of been my son's birthday...like you said I still miss him like it was just yesterday!!! I'm going to visit his grave site at Rose hills calif. When I read some of the other comments from other fans they all ask for something from you, I would never do that but maybe some day your write...who knows. Meanwhile Please enjoy your special day, Play your favorite music, DANCE like no one is watching, smile, have a great meal & remember you have a lot of friends & family that love you....& I'm one of them. Nancy....thank you for allowing me to send this note. very best regards Michael La Vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
Anaheim, ca USA - Tue 19 May 2015, 12:17

Happy healthy birthday, Nancy!
sandy ferber <ferbs54@Yahoo.com>
USA - Tue 19 May 2015, 09:49

Hello Miss Kwan, I am writing a story about Dr. Kwan King-leung who was the first locally trained doctor to practice in Hong Kong. I've read somewhere that you may be related to him and would be most grateful if you could please enlighten me on this matter. Best wishes from Hong Kong, Rudi Butt
Rudi Butt <rudibutt@hotmail.com>
Hong Kong, - Sun 03 May 2015, 07:15

Hi Nancy, i'm Ferdie, Fred's son. I was just wondering if this message would get to you. Email me. Thanks.
Ferdinand Galang <ferdinandgalang@sbcglobal.net>
Santa Clarita, CA USA - Sat 28 Mar 2015, 13:06

In December, 2014 I posted a request to contact Actress Kwan. I have not received any response in 4 months. Is this not the way to contact you or is there another way that I can get a response. Thank you for your consideration.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Leigh Zeitz <zeitz@uni.edu>
Cedar Falls, IA USA - Fri 06 Mar 2015, 12:36

Hello Nancy This is Michael La Vau, I just wanted to write & wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR..sorry this greeting is a little late. I wanted to share a thought with you, Have you watched a new sitcom on ABC "fresh off the boat" ? You really should, it's a great show & since I work the parent co. I was able to meet most of the cast. Nancy You would be great on this show, You would bring so much life to it & give a whole new generation a chance to see you on TV & see for themselves this wonderful talent. I beg of you to get your agent to call the network and get you on this show. Well once again I thank you for allowing me tow write. Have a great new year & hope to hear from you one day! Very best regards Michael La Vau
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
michael Lavau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Thu 05 Mar 2015, 15:20

Hi Nancy How are you? I hope you are doing well! First of all, I have to say that I am 44 years old and I recently became a fan. About three months ago, I had purchased Hawaii 5-0, the complete series, and saw you on the first episode, Cocoon. My heart melted to say the least. You are very beautiful! I then did my own research and began watching several of you movies. I love you in The World of Suzie Wong. You were wonderful and I read in the Life magazine that your had work so hard in playing that role and it showed. It was hard picking my favorite movie because I also like Flower Drum Song. Also, I thought you were funny (and cute)in Tamahine and that movie will be released on DVD later this year. I really admire your work and cannot wait to see some of your other movie roles. You are truly a remarkable person, inside and out. I wish you and you family the best and continued good health. I know you probably get asked this a lot, but is there anyway I could send something to get autographed or maybe you can send me a signed photo? If that is not possible than I understand. Again, I am very much your new # 1 fan. I wish you all the best - always! Tom :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tom W. Chilek <tomchs1989@sbcglobal.net>
Austin, TX USA - Tue 03 Mar 2015, 19:05

Dear Ms. Kwan, I just watched you in the new Warner Archive release of The Wild Affair and I thought you were so wonderful in it! I've always liked you, but this role in particular seemed to suit you so well that it was especially enjoyable to see you perform. I hope you had fun making the film as well. Best wishes and all the best to you.
Kendahl <classicmovieblog@gmail.com>
Seattle, Washington USA - Sat 07 Feb 2015, 00:22

Dear Ms. Kwan, I just watched you in the new Warner Archive release of The Wild Affair and I thought you were so wonderful in it! I've always liked you, but this role in particular seemed to suit you so well that it was especially enjoyable to see you perform. I hope you had fun making the film as well. Best wishes and all the best to you.
Kendahl <classicmovieblog@gmail.com>
Seattle, Washington USA - Sat 07 Feb 2015, 00:20

Hello Ms. Kwan! I've learned a lot about you through my research project that I have done for my Asian American Studies class and I've become a huge fan of your success as an Asian-American actress in Hollywood cinema. If given the opportunity, I would love to email you sometime and ask you some questions and get some knowledge out of you! Thank You!
Joseph Covarrubias <joey.covarrubias@yahoo.com>
Burbank, California USA - Sun 07 Dec 2014, 00:39

Ms. Kwan, I am writing to you to see if you could sign a DVD copy of the Flower Drum Song that I have purchased for my wife. My wife was a good friend of your sister when they went to college in San Diego. She says that she even took care of your son once when you visited so that you and your sister could go out to lunch. (I have written this without using names to protect privacy since it is an open letter.) I would appreciate it if you would send me an email telling me where I might send the DVD (if you agree to sign it.) Thank you for all that you have given the world. Leigh
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Leigh Zeitz <zeitz@uni.edu>
Cedar Falls, IA USA - Thu 04 Dec 2014, 09:40

Hello Ms. Kwan. I'm a big fan of your work, especially "The World of Suzy Wong" and "The Flower Drum Song." I'm doing some research for a biography of Keye Luke and I understand that you and he were good friends. I would greatly appreciate it if you would be willing to share a few memories of, or stories about Keye Luke for the book. Thank you so much. Sincerely, Steven Marker
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Steven Marker <andystomato@rocketmail.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Tue 11 Nov 2014, 19:21

You made me select a Chinese {Taiwanese} girl as my second wife. You are not only a delightful person, but mainly a credit to womanhood for the actions youhave pursued in your great life Chris
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
chris petri <kristelco@aol.com>
wayne , il USA - Mon 10 Nov 2014, 05:07

What a treat to see and hear Nancy at the N.Y. Historical Society last night in NYC, across the street from the Museum of Natural History. When I first got there for the 6:30 program, it was around 6, but the auditorium was open. I went in and got a seat in the third row, on the left, right by where the chairs on the stage were set up. This is a largish auditorium, very wide but not deep; around 35 seats across but with only seven rows or so. By 6:30, just about every seat was filled in! It was a largish crowd. Then, they pulled a fast one on me by moving the chairs to the middle of the stage, so that instead of being five feet away from Nancy, I was now around 25 feet away. Snag on me! To begin with, they showed a trailer for the Nancy documentary "To Whom It May Concern," which I still haven't seen and really must pick up on DVD one day, as it seems Netflix is useless in this regard. Then Nancy was interviewed for around an hour, followed by a 10-minute Q&A session. Most of the details of her life were known to me already (read the excellent Wikipedia article for full info on her background), but there were still many interesting tidbits. For example, I had no idea how close she was with Bruce Lee, and that she lives right next door now to Robert Morse, her costar in "Honeymoon Hotel." The question that I was going to ask was surprisingly answered during the course of the interview: Yes, she really HAD done all the equestrian trick riding in the movie "The Main Attraction"; it had not been a matter of trick photography or a double being used. Pretty amazing. Most of the interview centered on her early life and her first two films, "The World of Suzie Wong" and "Flower Drum Song," naturally; I would have preferred some info on some of the more obscure films. She did reveal that Bruce Lee was the stunt coordinator for the film "The Wrecking Crew," in which Nancy and Sharon Tate have a pretty funny battle together. (That fight scene can be seen on YouTube, if you are interested, and is worth a look just to see Nancy's psychedelic dress.) Nancy, I should add, speaks flawless English with a charming accent, and her memory is very sharp; she recalls names of films and actors, as well as obscure incidents, very well. She looked great in her black leather jacket, and is as charming as one would imagine. In all, this event lasted around 75 minutes, at the end of which the president of the N.Y. Historical Society got up and said that this could easily go on twice as long, and I wish it had; it sure felt great to be sitting so close to Nancy for over an hour, though. By the way, "Flower Drum Song" will be showing at the Society this Friday night, on a pay-as-you-wish basis. And any opportunity to see Nancy Kwan on the big screen really should not be ignored....
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
NYC, NY USA - Thu 16 Oct 2014, 09:56

Hello Nancy, this is Michael. I just wanted to take a moment to say Hello & I hope your having a nice summer (it's been a hot one) I see your having a special evening in New York ("an evening with Nancy Kwan") How I'd give anything to be there to hear your presentation & perhaps a chance to meet you! New York is such a exciting city. Be sure to stop by Jr's For the best cheese cake in the world!!! Have a safe trip. maybe you can post the evening on YOU TUBE so I can watch. Very best regards Michael.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sun 05 Oct 2014, 17:01

I saw you in this film when I was 7 or 8 at the movie palace in my hometown. I was absolutely smitten with you, and loved the movie! Of course, I have the movie on DVD now. Good to see you have been well all these years.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Mark Henderson <markhenderson1116@yahoo.com>
Mt. Pleasant, TN USA - Mon 08 Sep 2014, 18:23

I was a young man at university and working at Radio City as an usher when the movie Susie Wong opened there. I have always loved your films and have followed your career and your life over the yeras. We are both about the same age and both of our lives have been touched in similar ways. Currently I am working on projects in Haiti as a way of giving back for all the blessings I have received during my life. I have waited many years for someone to come along who could illuminate for the world the experience of the Chinese during WWII. What happened to the Jews at the hands of the Germans is widely understood. However, what transpired in China at the hands of the Japanese and the suffering that followed during the civil war is not well publicized and most often overlooked. I thought that you might consider such a project a swansong given your backround and understanding of those events. Regards and all the best Frank
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Frank Virgintino <fvirgintino@gmail.com>
Eastchester, NY USA - Sun 31 Aug 2014, 13:53

I was watching the World of Suzie Wong again..It took me many months to find it. I hadn't seen the movie in many years and couldn't remember the title. I wish movies were still made this way. Nancy Kwan, you were and still are a very beautiful lady. Thank you for a wonderful movie and have watched it many times over and over.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Richard Dickinson <icurld@hotmail.com>
Richmond, c USA - Tue 12 Aug 2014, 20:00

Hi Nancy: Watched Suzy Wong on video with my Hong Kong girlfriend this Saturday night here in the USA. Great job acting and wonderful photography. Holds up well. Made me feel good about life and relationship. If I never get to Hong Kong. This is the next best thing. Thanks. A new fan.
Lou Emery <lou@louemeryphoto.com>
Lorton, VA USA - Sat 09 Aug 2014, 21:52

Dear Ms. Kwan, I am so delighted to find your website. I hope you are well. I have been trying to contact you about an article I am writing about your life. I am a big fan of yours, and have done some research about you, and in my view your career has had cultural influences in America and the world beyond what is usually recognized. I would be pleased to share these ideas with you if you are interested, and I would like to see if you think they have any merit. Please contact me by email and I can send you a draft of my article. In any case, I want to thank you for your work. I appreciate you very much. Best regards to you, Bob Salskov
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Salskov <rsalskov@comcast.net>
Bellevue, WA USA - Thu 31 Jul 2014, 23:03

Hello Nancy, this is Michael, I'm sure you heard about the lose of Mr. James Shigeta. What a pity, he had a great voice & very much like your a great actor. I truly wish his family the best in this tuff time, I have lost so many good friends but I guess that comes with age. But You & I have so many wonderful memories....you have MANY films to remember so many friends you got to work with. I've said this to you many times..but I realy mean it, I wish you the very best of well everything & a long peacfull life. your friend Michael.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Wed 30 Jul 2014, 20:20

Ms. Kwan, it's always a pleasure to see you, in or out of character. I saw you in "Suzie Wong" when I was a small child. Before I saw you,I hadn't realized how lovely Asian women are. Your acting, beauty and charm have provided the world with a lot of enjoyment over the years. Best wishes to you and yours.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William Sabino <sabino.william@yahoo.com>
HCMC, Vietnam, Vietnam - Wed 30 Jul 2014, 02:20

Ms. Kwan, it's always a pleasure to see you, in or out of character. I saw you in "Suzie Wong" when I was a small child. Before I saw you,I hadn't realized how lovely Asian women are. Your acting, beauty and charm have provided the world with a lot of enjoyment over the years. Best wishes to you and yours.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William Sabino <sabino.william@yahoo.com>
HCMC, Vietnam, Vietnam - Wed 30 Jul 2014, 02:19

Nancy, I have to ask do you remember meeting a guy by the name of Charlie Babb in the 60's Thank you, Donna
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Donna Babb <babb.donna@gmail.com>
Milton, Fl USA - Tue 22 Jul 2014, 18:22

Dear Ms Kwan, I have always admired you. I think you are so talented and beautiful. I enjoyed hearing about you from my family when I was growing up. My parents mention that we are related, that you are the daughter of one of my paternal grandfather's uncle. I tried to contact you via your page in the past but never received a reply. Your name came up again couple of days ago when I was talking to my parents. I would really love to hear from you. Take Care, Yours, Clara (your grand niece by relation)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Clara Kwan <clara_kayla@hotmail.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Fri 04 Jul 2014, 00:44

Hello Nancy, this is Michael LaVau. I just finished watching "To whom it may concern" for the 3rd time. Every time I watch it I learn something new about You & your busy world. For some reason I read all the credits & your thank yous to all that contributed to this wonderful film. You see Nancy how many people love you (and your work). It's still hard to watch the look on your face & unseen tears in your eyes when you talk about your son. I too feel the same way about my son (Michael jr.) Even after all these years I still dream of him & still expect him to walk thru my front door & say HI dad! Like you the hurt never goes away. I'm so thankful I can still work Part time to help fill that part of my life. I feel the world is a better place with you in it. And it is nice your friends, family & fans still write & tell you what a great actress you are. Well once again I thank you for allowing me to send this note. Have a great summer. Stay healthy & God bless you!!!! A friend Michael
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sat 28 Jun 2014, 19:11

Nancy, Thank you so much for making Suzie Wong. The movie was made 5 years before I was born but your character in that film reminds me so much of someone I know and love. In fact, I've been watching it with her for 28 years now and it never ceases to make us laugh and remember when we were young and newly in love. I'm always amazed at how lovely you were and still are at 75. In short, your film warms my heart and is watched more times than I care to admit. (Fo goodness sake) Like Robert in the film I'm a sucker for cheek bones. Thanks again for the movie. God bless you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mark Gallegos <galleg123@yahoo.com>
Lincoln , Ca USA - Thu 26 Jun 2014, 09:16

Hi Nancy, I have always admired your talent. Did you ever get to keep any paintings from The World of Suzie Wong. Those paintings of you were truly breathtaking? Can anyone get a print-copy of any of those paintings. Thank you for your wonderful contribution to mid-century American film.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Eileen <ei33@cox.net>
Scottsdale, AZ USA - Mon 23 Jun 2014, 14:06

I enjoy seeing your dance routine with the American sailor, so classic & sensual, as files I made from the DVD come up on my auto screen-saver slide show. You guys were GREAT, unforgettable & provide nostalgia! Thanks, Wilson (age 90 as of I May '14}
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
wilson h hartz jr MD <docwhh@tritel.net>
deaver, Wyoming USA - Wed 11 Jun 2014, 14:51

I have the famous photo of you with the Vidal Sassoon bob. I got it at the Vidal Sassoon Hair Salon in London in 1966 or 1967. It was shot by famed photographer and film director Terence Donovan. On the Back of the photo is: TD 1247/5. Also my cousins were one of the "extras" in the film The World of Suzie Wong. Happy belated Birthday!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Carol Woo <mimicarol91@gmail.com>
Fresno, CA USA - Thu 29 May 2014, 13:28

To celebrate our favorite Eurasian's 75th birthday, this fan selected a film of Nancy's that I had never seen before to watch at home, in what has become a little tradition with me on May 19th every year. The film for this year was Nancy's third, following "The World of Suzie Wong" and "Flower Drum Song": 1962's "The Main Attraction." This is a charming circus movie that costars Pat Boone, of all people, and that was filmed in Europe in some fairly impressive-looking locales. In the film, Pat plays an American drifter named Eddie, a guitar player who just naturally seems to attract trouble. He falls in with a circus in northern Italy and becomes the kept man of the circus' owner, Gina (played by Swedish actress Mai Zetterling). He also gets to know the pretty (to put it mildly!) Tessa (our Nancy), an equestrian trick rider, who has an act with her crippled sister and brother-in-law (Kieran Moore, who many will recall from his performance in that same year's "The Day of the Triffids"). Tessa is working on an act in which she plays the part of a human hurdle, while her blindfolded brother-in-law jumps a blindfolded horse over her, steeplechase style! Eddie's pleasant stay at this circus comes to an abrupt halt when he accidentally kills Gina's jealous ex-husband in a knife fight. Fleeing by bus, he encounters Tessa on that same conveyance; she, apparently, is running away from the circus also, after her brother-in-law had made improper advances on her. The two wind up in a deserted home near snowy Innsbruck, a peaceful idyll indeed. But little do the two know that the reason their new home has been deserted is because the entire valley has been slated for planned avalanches...and that they are right in the path of destruction! Anyway, as I say, this is a fairly charming film, and Nancy has a great deal to do with that charm. She is beautiful and adorable here, and gets to show off her great dancing ability in a most impressive manner. Indeed, the scene in which she does multiple somersaults while twirling, dressed in a sparkly and spangly bathing suit, will most likely cause viewers' jaws to drop. Equally impressive are her scenes in which she does trick riding atop her horse; who knew? Boone himself is quite fine as Eddie the drifter; I do not know why the "Maltin Movie Guide" has blasted his performance here as being "in over his depth." The film is, surprisingly, quite sexually frank for its time, and makes no (you'll pardon the expression) bones about the relationship between Eddie and Gina; it is even inferred that Eddie and Tessa enjoy a night of lovemaking in their secluded chalet. Pat gets to warble a few songs for the audience, including the catchy title tune, and in all, the entire confection went down very nicely with this viewer. I enjoyed "The Main Attraction" much more than I did my Nancy birthday selections for the two previous years--"Tamahine" and "The McMasters"--that's for sure. If we were to subtract Nancy's presence from the movie we would not be left with much, granted, but as it is, this is a most entertaining 90 minutes indeed. So Happy Birthday to Nancy Kwan, truly Hong Kong's gift to Hollywood...and the world....
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
NYC, NY USA - Tue 20 May 2014, 09:07

Hi Nancy, just want to wish you a happy, healthy birthday. I've been a fan of yours since the 60's. Loved all your films, but especially "The World of Suzie Wong". Please take care, Jim
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
La Grange, Il USA - Tue 20 May 2014, 08:29

Hello my friend Nancy,...I just wanted to be the first to say "Happy birthday". Please enjoy your special day with your husband & all of your friends. I for one still hope you get your STAR on hollywoods walk of fame. Thank you again for allowing me to write, very best regards Michael.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Mon 19 May 2014, 11:10

Hello Nancy. I started studying architecture at the Architectural Association in London in 1964, as did your sister Betty, and I am helping to arrange a 50-year Reunion at the AA for this October. I would therefore like to make contact with her, so could you please give her my email address and ask her to contact me? Thank you and best wishes, Neil.
Neil Steedman <steedman.neil@gmail.com>
Ireland - Wed 26 Mar 2014, 08:42

From a DVD of your epic movie, "The World of Suzie Wong" I took stills, almost frame by frame. of your dance in the bar with a sailor, to me a classic as I come from that era, AND you were/are so dam_ed gorgeous!! Of course the sailor needs accolades, the way he handled you & showed you off! Nancy, I REALLY appreciate your incomparable beauty & talent as SUZIE. Thank you, Wilson
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Wilson <docwhh@tritel.net>
Deaver, WY USA - Tue 18 Mar 2014, 20:39

Dear Nancy, I am one year younger and I watched your movie " The World of Suzie Wong "at that time. I fell in love with you since and I have followed your performance all the times.I am a Cardiac surgeon for 40 years and live in Chicago.Each time I watched the movie I always feels good. Thank you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael LaBombard <thetuxcat@gmail.com>
Lawnside, NJ USA - Thu 20 Feb 2014, 19:00

Dear Ms. Kwan, I would like to thank you for your great work in the years gone by. I don't know how I could have missed seeing your movies in the early 1960's. At that time, I was growing up in Arizona and, Scottsdale wasn't that big yet. They didn't have that many theaters or people. You are also very beautiful--then and now. You are obviously a lady of class. May God bless you and your family. Gil Siegmund
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Gil Siegmund <gilsiegmund@hotmail.com>
San Dimas, CA USA - Thu 06 Feb 2014, 04:34

Hello Nancy, this is Michael la vau...I wanted to wish you a most wonderful happy Chinese new year. I haven't written in quite awhile, if you remember I had a kidney transplant in 2012 but it failed last year so I had to go on a national waiting list. Well (once again) my prayer was answered & I received another kidney from a NYC donner. But why I'm writing is sad for me & I know you'll understand...Tomorrow (Feb. 5th.) will be the anniversary of my sons death. I will be in no shape to talk write or even work. Even after all these years I (like you) still cry all the time because I miss him so much. This time of year I feel so lost that I just don't know how to cope. Your movies realy seem to comfort me. I was able to get a copy of "to whom it may concern"...Ka shen's journey, I truly love it...but feel so bad about your son. Nancy I just can't say enough bout how wrong it is for a parent to bury a son...I'm HURTING SOOOO MUCH INSIDE that only you know how I feel. This is the year of the horse...do you remember telling "Sammy Fong" well this horse is scratched? I do. I love Flower drum song so much. Oh by the way I also was able to buy a copy of the music sound track of "world of suzie wong". Wonderful music. Thank you Nancy for allowing me to talk to you, its good for my Soul. Please take care of yourself & again I thank you for so many great movies & sharing you Journey of life with all you fans. May I call you "friend"? Very best regards....Michael La Vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
michael La Vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Tue 04 Feb 2014, 15:02

Dear Auntie Nancy wishing you a Very Happy & Prosperous Chinese New Year Kong Hee Fatt Choy in the Year of the Horse alex, Dubai http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-0DaYP7gIW5Y/UkkvJYo26TI/AAAAAAAABQU/c3PG782grIY/s1600/02.gif
alexander varghis <alexander9253@yahoo.com>
USA - Tue 28 Jan 2014, 04:13

Hello Nancy, I was trying to do abit of research on the chinese name Kwan and stumble on your name. And I remember my grandmother mentioned that you were cousins?? My grandmonther's name was Daisy Kwan Mun Chit. And her father's name was Kinton Kwan. Can you please confirm if you are cousins? Sorry, nothing to do with your movie comments here. Regards, Cheyenne Chong
Cheyenne Chong <cheyenne88@gmail.com>
London, UK - Sat 25 Jan 2014, 15:57

Nancy, Your sister Annie and I reconnected several years ago because you kindly passed a message from me via your website. However with a change of email address, I have lost her contact information. Her old roommates and I, from Boston college days, would love to get back in touch....Thank you in advance for forwarding my information to Annie. Jan Lyle Malcolm
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Jan Lyle Malcolm <janlylemalcolm@gmail.com>
RI USA - Mon 13 Jan 2014, 21:45

Did you perform in the Flower Drum Song on stage in Las Vegas with Jack Soo? I have several color slides from a performance one night in one of the nightclubs and want to make sure I identify the performers correctly. Thank you for your career and this site and hopefully you will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame soon. Thank you. Respectfully, Tim
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Tim Cammett <tim@diamondimages.net>
Alexandria, VA USA - Sat 04 Jan 2014, 20:05

Hey Nancy, Writing a story for The Hollywood Reporter on the 1960 Golden Globes and would love to chat with you. Please email me when you get a free moment. Thanks, Ben
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ben Svetkey <ben.svetkey@thr.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wed 18 Dec 2013, 14:28

Hello, Nancy, please disregard the malicious comments about Kishu. They were made by some unbalanced person who does not even know him, someone who is writing these things out of jealousy and anger towards another person altogether. Please remove their comments from this site as they have no place here and nothing to do with you. thank you. If you recall, Kishu was the husband of your late friend and acquaintance from the 50s/60s Li Bic Fu, Anne. Please contact me if you remember her. Thank you.
anne marie reed / li bic fu <anitakk@yahoo.com>
Shanghai, USA - Tue 03 Dec 2013, 02:28

Hello, Nancy, please disregard the malicious comments about Kishu. They were made by some unbalanced person who does not even know him, someone who is writing these things out of jealousy and anger towards another person altogether. Please remove their comments from this site as they have no place here and nothing to do with you. thank you. If you recall, Kishu was the husband of your late friend and acquaintance from the 50s/60s Li Bic Fu, Anne. Please contact me if you remember her. Thank you.
anne marie reed / li bic fu <anitakk@yahoo.com>
Shanghai, USA - Tue 03 Dec 2013, 02:28

Dear Nancy. You are my favorite actress. I especially love The World of Suzie Wong. This movie is wonderful. You are still beautiful. I love you :). Greetings from Poland. Sorry for the double post but earlier mail address is bad.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lukasz Cybulski <blanco7@onet.eu>
Poland - Thu 28 Nov 2013, 06:55

Dear Nancy. You are my favorite actress. I especially love The World of Suzie Wong. This movie is wonderful. You are still beautiful. I love you :). Greetings from Poland.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lukasz Cybulski <lukeblanco7@yahoo.com>
Poland - Wed 27 Nov 2013, 18:07

I watched World of Suzie Wong when I was a very young boy. I was born 1958 and saw it on TV. I always loved William Holden but I thought wow who was this beautiful Asian girl? I rented the movie again over 45 years later and its as wonderful and beautiful as the first time I saw it. thank you!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William Brown <wtbrownual@att.net>
Reno, NV USA - Wed 27 Nov 2013, 15:05

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Betsy Wraight <Betsrmerit1@yahoo.com>
Abbeville, AR USA - Sat 19 Oct 2013, 16:03

Any plans to return to Hollywood Collectibles now being held at the Westin in Century City? You are still so beautiful! I hope you are happy. I never tired of seeing FDS. Love James Shigeta and Jack Soo.
Frances Reyesfransez2008fr <fransez2008@yahoo.comLos Angeles>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Fri 18 Oct 2013, 16:49

Great site! I'm trying to find an email address to contact you on to ask if you would please consider adding a link. Thanks and have a great day!
Maddie <maddiesmith01@gmail.com>
USA - Tue 01 Oct 2013, 22:29

I knew Ms Kwan's mother Marquita when I was 11 years old, living in Ibiza Spain, 1961-62. My mother was pretty despondent by breakup with my father at that time and I was very much on my own. Marquita kind of adopted me. I helped her in her charming restaurant by the sea, and she fed me. She made chocolate milk shakes and fried Chicken often, just for me. It was the only real food I was getting at the time. I'll never forget Marquita's caring friendship and generosity. Bless you, Marquita, wherever you are!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Shari James <kismet@whidbey.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Sat 24 Aug 2013, 10:42

Nancy, You were always a favorite. Thank you for sharing your gifts with the world. I hope this finds you well. Best regards.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Robert Sever
St. Paul, Mn USA - Sat 24 Aug 2013, 02:45

Kishu Khemlani Kishu's East West Fashion Ltd Address : Suite 4, 1/F Star Mansion 3 Minden Row Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Phone Number: (852) 2366 1941 Fax Number: (852) 2739 5465 His mobile : (852) 9811 1554 E-mail Address: kishus@i-cable.com / kishus@netvigator.com https://twitter.com/kayekaye1961 http://www.indiandirectoryhk.com/link.php?n=1187 Do not deal with this serious cyber stalker. He always abuses women sexually on the dating sites. He is a faker.
Kishu Khemlani
USA - Tue 20 Aug 2013, 01:03

I first saw The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song when I was a young lad growing up in Victoria...it left a lasting impression on me and when I watched "Suzie Wong" again recently those same feelings arose, this time with a strong sense of nostalgia for the past. The portrayal of Suzie Wong is so real in the movie, it is hard to distinguish actress from character.I would like to purchase "To Whom it May Concern"..but not sure if it's available in Australia. Thank You,Tony.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
tony dibbs <tonyhorse54@hotmail.com>
sydney, NSW Australia - Sat 17 Aug 2013, 18:58

Miss Kwan: Just wanted you to know that I have seen all your movies and have always considered you to be one of the greats. My favorite is THE WRECKING CREW. You are still so very beautiful and I wish you were in more movies today!
Charles Gregory <chasgreg123@yahoo.com>
Blythe, CA USA - Sun 28 Jul 2013, 23:20

Dear Nancy, I'm so sorry for those comments I wrote a while back;I wrote those words towards your friend who only contacted me to try to sell me your cd, I was angry and drunk...I'm sorry Nancy I really am. Mum was so upset and Dad was really angry with me, but I was also surprised that the only time I had any feedback from you was via your friend to my Mum. I'm not trying to excuse my vile behavior at all, as I'm deeply ashamed.Whatever happens Nancy, you're my Cousin and I want to make things right..Granny would want it and so do I
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
andrew carpenter <www.lesruisseaux.com>
cauterets, None France - Sun 28 Jul 2013, 21:41

If you are so supportive of Asian people especially Asian men than why do you only marry white men? You said that in Hollywood Asian women have it easier than Asian men because Asian women are always paired with white men. And never the other way around. Yet you are an Asian women who only gave herself to white men. This has been an epidemic in our culture. I like hear your thoughts on that?
Chris Koy <chriskoy@ymail.com>
Los Angeles, Ca USA - Sat 20 Jul 2013, 14:35

Hello, Ms. Kwan. As a lifelong movie buff, I was recently researching vintage posters, then I decided to investigate your name and films on Wikipedia. I had seen and liked "The Flower Drum Song" years ago on TCM, but hadn't really known about your first and most famous role. I found out that "The World of Suzie Wong" is completely available on YouTube, and became fairly well entranced by your cheongsam-attired beauty and the sprawling Hong Kong cinematography. Your performance as the mischievous and sassy, yet ultimately tragic, Suzie Wong almost stole the show from the veteran Bill Holden. This is a very underrated romance movie, perhaps too idealized in the characterizations, but that's what was more appropriate for the era. You made Suzie seem like a real person, whom anyone could fall in love with, and want to rescue from that lifestyle. Her split-personality mental survival as a snobbish rich girl provided extra realism, along with the very touching Buddhist temple funeral ceremony. The paintings used throughout the movie were also impressive and interesting in the backgrounds. Although it's not a perfect film, it comes close enough with a bittersweet haunting quality. I would give it four out of five stars, just in case my opinion matters. Nancy, my best wishes go out to you and yours, for all of the good work that you do and have accomplished. -- Matt
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Matt Risch <maraz10@q.com>
Mesa, Az USA - Mon 15 Jul 2013, 05:21

Dear Ms. Kwan, I am currently doing a photo book on Sharon Tate. I am working with her sister Debra. We would be honored if you would write a few words about Sharon and working with her on "The Wrecking Crew". The book will be purely about her life, her photographs, and her influence as a style icon. It will contain nothing unpleasant about her death. Many of her friends and coworkers are writing brief recollections for it. We would be honored to have you participate. I would be happy to send you more information if needed, as well as recent press on my last book in Vanity Fair. All best to you, David Wills.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
David Wills <djwills@pacbell.net>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Fri 05 Jul 2013, 13:45

I love Nobody's Perfect! Hope you are well, Nancy! How can I get a signed photo?
Paula Rice <ricepaddy1997@yahoo.com>
San Pedro, 90732 USA - Tue 18 Jun 2013, 19:24

Hello Nancy, I was born in Hong Kong in 1993 and don't have a chance to see the old Hong Kong, but until I watched your famous film ''The world of Suzie Wong'', all the pictures and background of 1960's Hong Kong were all into my sight and I could not get rid of it from my mind. haha Of course your beautiful face as well, I really wish that someday can met you in person. Best wishes =]]]
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nicola Ho <nicolaho620@gmail.com>
Mawson Lakes, SA Australia - Mon 03 Jun 2013, 12:32

Belated Happy Birthday to our favorite Eurasian, Nancy Kwan! To celebrate Nancy's birthday, as has become my custom over the years, yesterday I watched one of her films that I had previously never seen before. This year's pick: 1963's "Tamahine," which is thus celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. This British picture is cute as can be, and features Nancy, in the title role, as a Polynesian girl who is sent from her idyllic island to stay at an English private school for boys, where the headmaster is a friend of her late father. (This school is very much like Harrow, except that it is called, uh, Hallow!) Pretty and sweet as can be, it is no wonder that Tamahine soon disrupts life on the school campus, and has all the boys--and even some of the instructors AND the headmaster--falling in love with her. Nancy gets to do some impressive physical stunts in this film, as her character climbs the school tower, shows off her track and field prowess, and maneuvers a rowboat down a racing river. The cast includes many familiar English faces, such as Dennis Price, Justine Lord, James Fox and Michael Gough, and in all is a cute and harmless piece of entertaining fluff. Nancy looks absolutely gorgeous in it, needless to say; she is totally adorable and irresistible in this role. So glad that I finally was able to catch up with this comparative rarity, thanks to having taped it off of TCM some months back. It shows our Nancy in her young prime, easily stealing the film from its cast of older pros. THAT'S what I call screen presence! And, oh...if that was NOT a body double, then I believe we get to see Nancy NAKED--from behind--in this film. Surely, reason enough to tune in!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
NYC, ny USA - Mon 20 May 2013, 10:29

When I was a teenager in the 1960's, I first saw "THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG",and I fell in love with you! I have been a fan ever since. I can't say enough how much I LOVE YOU!! Happy Birthday,Nancy, Kevin.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kevin Martin <marty49@hotmail.com>
Hinsdale, N.H USA - Sun 19 May 2013, 21:12

Happy Birthday Nancy, wish you nothing but the best in health and happiness.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim Cirese
USA - Sun 19 May 2013, 19:41

I have always loved her performances and to pick just one film is hard to do. I chose Flower Drum Song, but she was magnificent in all of her films. Love her as much today as back then when she made her films. Actually, she was someone I grew up with. Meaning, seeing her as I grew up was like seeing an old friend. She is very talented.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
David Brockett <nursedave47@yahoo.com>
Las Cruces, NM USA - Sun 19 May 2013, 17:18

Dear Nancy, The World of Susie Wong was perhaps my mom's most favorite movie. I remember going to see it 2 or 3 times as a little girl. Of course, I didn't understand anything, but thought you were absolutely beautiful & hoped I'd look like you when I grew up. (it didn't happen, except for the freckles) I recently found the movie, have watched in 3 times, was surprised about its content, and understand why my mom liked it so much. I was inspired to read the book and was disappointed that it didn't contain, "To Whom it May Concern" in the content. That was so touching in the movie!! the perfect words for the baby. Whose idea was it to include that? I'm so curious to know. What a heart-breaking bittersweet lovely ending. You are a beautiful person inside as well. I'm so sorry about the tragice death of your son. Sincerely, Vickie
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Vickie H Stevens <labiqui@gmail.com>
Parrish, FL USA - Thu 09 May 2013, 11:15

Dear Nancy: Suzie filled my dreams for years in a most wonderful way. I fell in love with you and the thought of you made me very happy. I'm excited about discovering your website. Thanks with blessings and best wishes, Ray+
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ray Hage <rjhage5@mac.com>
Huntington, WV USA - Wed 08 May 2013, 16:58

I just found out about Your Son Bernie Pock, please forgive me for bringing up painful memories, I had no Idea he had passed, By The Gods -I DO APPLOLGIZE ! My Condolences to you Sweet Lady - Gods - I am Such an Idiot ! :*(
Shaun Wesley Miller <swm597@hotmail.ca>
Hamilton, ON CANADA - Wed 08 May 2013, 01:49

I have been trying now for many Years to find and purchase a Copy of YOUR Tai Chi Form "Touching The Clouds" with your Son Bernie Pock, it is as if it had been taken off the market ! I sinceerly HOPE that the origional is around somewhere - I realize all the bad press you have gotten over the years - Of Course I have watched The World of Suzy Wong, and I enjoyed it - I didnt think William Holden really suited the part and thAT YOUR ACTING sKILLS pretty much "Carried" him along in the movie - but do you really want to know what film that you did that knocked off my socks ? - It Was Nobel House, with Peirce Brosnen - In My Estimation - as a humble amateaur critic - You gave a Stellar performance - and yet again - I am also Looking for this Movie as well - seems too have dissapeared just as Mysteriously - if you know whether your personal distributor is still working - I would be willing to pay for either - OR BOTH -of these FIlms I would LOVE to show to my Grandkids, and have them show them to theirs - as THIS was when Acting was REAL - you played the part so well - we all believed in the story - untill reality struck and the credits began to roll ! - For You MS KwAN, AND FOR YOUR sON - bERNIE - I Wish you Both the Universes Best "Joss" it has to offer - for you both deserve it Greatly ! ϣܿټ - Xwng hn kui zijin do n - Shaun Miller (Symbian)
Shaun Wesley Miller <swm597@hotmail.ca>
Hamilton, ON Canada - Wed 08 May 2013, 01:30

To: Nancy Kwan I have always been a life time fan of yours,my sister took me when I was 13 years old to see you in Lt.Robinson Crusoe, from that day your beauty has lasted a lifetime for me. I wish you the best always and forever.God Bless Best regards, Rene'
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Rene' Gonzalez <bangkok56@hotmail.com>
Tampa, Fl USA - Tue 07 May 2013, 17:58

Hi: FYI: your "on TV" link is not working correctly. It just ends up going to tv guide's home page. hutch
Hutch
USA - Thu 21 Mar 2013, 14:11

Hi Nancy, I,m very greatful to have heard your song here in Kenya.I wish to request you to visit Kenya for the same as just a friend.God bless you so much
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Dennis Michieka <michiekapastor@yahoo.com>
Nairobi, Kisii Kenya - Thu 27 Dec 2012, 07:04

Hello, I just wanted to ask if Nancy Kwan had an uncle named Bernard Carpenter... who was in the HK Police. He had a wife names Rosalyn and thier first son was names Scott. Many thanks for reading this. Bronwen.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bronwen <bronly1630@yahoo.co.uk>
wales, uk - Sun 04 Nov 2012, 09:39

I love EVERYTHING Nancy Kwan is in...especially the world of suzie kwan, flower drum song and tamahine etc believe me I can name them...Just to let you know I have been a huge fan since the world of suzie wong.
Sallie Sanders <quietstorm43615@yahoo.com>
Anaheim, CA USA - Sat 03 Nov 2012, 20:36

Greetings, I produce a segment, "A Scouser in New York", which chronicles my travels through New York region finding out new and interesting things that are going on... as well as interviewing celebrities who travel into the area on promotion tours, appearances, shows or just stopping by. This airs on different stations in North-Western England- 96.5 Bolton FM, 107.2 WireFM. I am located in the New York/tri-state area and will be covering the Chiller Theatre convention on Saturday, October 27th, for the station and request an interview with Ms. Nancy Kwan. This would cover her past experiences, her present, what she feels the future holds and anything that she may wish to promote. An interview should take, no more than, 10 minutes. This would not be a live interview, but pre-recorded for later broadcast. I look forward to hearing from you. Michael Wilkins A Scouser in New York 732.299.7499 mobile Kev Gurney on 96.5 Bolton FM - The voice of the Bolton Family. Roy Basnett on 107.2 WireFM - Today's Best Mix The information in this email is intended only for the addressee(s) named above. Access to this email by anyone else is unauthorised. If you are not the intended recipient of this message any disclosure, copying, distribution or any action taken in reliance on it is prohibited and may be unlawful. Bolton FM/WireFM and or its subsidiaries do not warrant that any attachments are free from viruses or other defects and accept no liability for any losses resulting from infected email transmissions. Please note that any views expressed in this email may be those of the originator and do not necessarily reflect those of this organisation. Bolton FM CIC, Company number: 6352549 (England), Registered Office: Office 6, Bolton Market, Ashburner Street, Bolton BL1 1TQ UTV Plc, Company number: NI004230, Office: c/o UTV Media, Orrell Lodge, Orrell Road, Orrell, Wigan, WN5 8HJ
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
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New York, NY USA - Mon 24 Sep 2012, 14:54

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Salt lake city, Utah USA - Tue 28 Aug 2012, 09:53

Dear Ms Kwan, I do so hope you read this and reply to me. I have been thinking about contacting you for years and should have done when i actually lived in Hong Kong! I'm wondering whether you remember my mother from the 1960s and 70s in HK. She was originally from Shanghai and her name was Li Bic Fu. Her anglo name was Anne Marie Reed and she married kishu khemlani. she was a runner up in Miss Hong Kong in 1960. I really hope you remember her and can contact me. Thank you so much.
anita khemlani <anidenasia1@sky.com>
london, USA - Sat 25 Aug 2012, 08:30

oct23dahmane bonjour denjeah je voie que tu t’inte9resse,a faycel elkhassem et dans cette articl ce que je constate qu,il fait la critique des tortionnaires (arabe)pas tous bien sur,il travail pour el jazera. ce qui m'intrigue le plus ces sont maitre a pense9e et aldouse huexly qui est pour moi et beaucoup d'autre un des porte drapeaux des ide9es du nouvelle ordre mondial je vous signale comme meame qu'il a e9crit le livre le meilleure du monde ,Dans ce livre visionnaire e9crit de8s 1932, Aldous Huxley imagine une socie9te9 qui utiliserait la ge9ne9tique et le clonage pour le conditionnement et le contrf4le des individus.Dans cette socie9te9 future, tous les enfants sont cone7us dans des e9prouvettes. Ils sont ge9ne9tiquement conditionne9s pour appartenir e0 l'une des 5 cate9gories de population. De la plus intelligente e0 la plus stupide: les Alpha (l'e9lite), les Be9tas (les exe9cutants), les Gammas (les employe9s subalternes), les Deltas et les Epsilons (destine9s aux travaux pe9nibles).Le meilleur des mondes de9crit aussi ce que serait la dictature parfaite: une dictature qui aurait les apparences de la de9mocratie, une prison sans murs dont les prisonniers ne songeraient pas e0 s'e9vader. Un syste8me d'esclavage of9, gre2ce la consommation et au divertissement, les esclaves auraient l'amour de leur servitude -un bon exemple a suivre pour faycel elkhassem j'invite tout le monde a inte9resser a ce personnage,la de9sinformation par des me9thodes tre8s subversif,est une propagande bien connus des sbires et les tenons d'un nouvelle ordre mondial dont el-jzira fait partie, je m'explique,on parle jamais des re9pressions commise par le Bahreefn a l’encontre de ces citoyens avec l'aide de saoudien et des quataris,pas de re9solution (1973)a l’ONU pas de dictateur comme sadame et khadafi a tuer pas d'arme9e de l'OTAN le deux poids de mesure,que faycel elkhassem ne de9nonce pas bien sur en tout connaissance de cause que sont maitre a pense9e aldousse huexly lui bien appris.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Amit <Amit>
ajuNtaekbF, ZssHRILnbcIBsEZwaet USA - Sat 18 Aug 2012, 16:56

Hi Nancy,It was wonderful to finally meet & talk to you at the Hollywood Celebrity Show at the Marriott this August, 2012. I bought your DVD "To Whom It May Concern." I was truly moved. I have lost my family & it is true what you said that "you are never the same." But we must go on, yet there is never a day that goes by that I don't think about my Mother--I miss & love her very much. We were very close. You are truly a survivor. I wish you the best of everything & may God Bless You. By the way, my ex-husband's first name was Bernhard, also. Love, Ginger
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
Ginger Hoiland <ginger@nevadacoffee.com>
Hemet, California USA - Mon 06 Aug 2012, 14:51

Hi Nancy,It was wonderful to finally meet & talk to you at the Hollywood Celebrity Show at the Marriott this August, 2012. I bought your DVD "To Whom It May Concern." I was truly moved. I have lost my family & it is true what you said that "you are never the same." But we must go on, yet there is never a day that goes by that I don't think about my Mother--I miss & love her very much. We were very close. You are truly a survivor. I wish you the best of everything & may God Bless You. By the way, my ex-husband's first name was Bernhard, also. Love, Ginger
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
Ginger Hoiland <ginger@nevadacoffee.com>
Hemet, California USA - Mon 06 Aug 2012, 14:48

A Trully remarkable lady! Is Nancy Kwan! My favourite scene.in the above Title,starring with william Holden.When they meet in the open - ing.minutes on the ferry when they meet or the first time.when she says"me no talk"
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
melvyn m howitt <melvynm.howitt333@yahoo.co.uk>
Edinburgh, UK - Wed 25 Jul 2012, 13:28

I am trying to send off a letter to Nancy Kwan from an ill fan of hers that has truly touched their heart and like to know where to send it too! thanks for any help given!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
sue fields <johndance3@aol.com>
Beaver, pa USA - Mon 09 Jul 2012, 05:30

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rafsanjan, keaman iran - Sun 08 Jul 2012, 03:18

Dear Sir or Madam, We are currently preparing an exhibition entitled "Cheveux chris", to be presented in Paris in the muse du quai Branly from September 18, 2012 until July 14, 2013. We would like to present the photograph of Nancy Kwan with her famous hair-cut by Vidal Sasoon taken by photographer Terence Donovan and published in Vogue. Terence Donovan and Cond-Nast Publishing have already granted their permission. Would you be so kind as to let me know if you grant the permission to present this picture in the exhibition ? Do not hesitate to contact me for any further information. Best regards, Anne Behr Exhibition production manager *muse du quai Branly 222, rue de l'Universit 75343 Paris Cedex 07 33 1 56 61 71 91 www.quaibranly.fr
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Paris, France - Thu 05 Jul 2012, 08:55

Ms Kwan - When I was attending a Coaching Clinic at UCLA, I lived at the Outrigger Inn on the Pacific Coast Hwy. My father was working for a Steamship Company and I came with him from New Orleans in 1969. You and Adam West were making a movie at the hotel called The Girl Who knew Too Much. Mr West and I were talking and sitting by the pool and you came by and sat next to me. I was shocked and just melted away! I wish I still had the autographed picture of you but lost it in Hurricane Katrina. I don't think that my wife believes me when I tell her that I kissed a Movie Star! I hope that your life is very good and thank you for your acting, especially in Flower Drum Song, The Girl Who Knew Too Much and the Hawaii Five-0 Episode. Your girlish smile was devastating to audiances! May God Bless and Keep You! --- Bill
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Petal, Ms USA - Thu 28 Jun 2012, 09:52

Hi Ms. Kwan, Like everyone else on here I am a big fan of yours ever since I saw The World of Suzie Wong. I thought you were fabulous in the movie and obviously a beautiful young woman. I was so envious of William Holden. After joining the Navy I visited Hong Kong several times and visited Wan Chai(of course) and always thought about that movie when I was there. Anyway, I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your work and wish for you a long and happy life. Sincerely, Mike
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Netherlands - Sun 17 Jun 2012, 20:17

Dear Ms. Nancy Kwan, I send this brief message to you with blessings, happiness and a good life. I like The World of Suzie Wong for various reasons. One reason I like the movie is the love between your character and Bill Holden's character. Another reason I like the film is because I am a teacher with an open mind and heart, I endure ups and downs of classroom teaching; like the love between your character and Bill Holden's character were many exterior events wrapped around your romance, but your love endured in the movie despite the events that were experienced by your characters. Another reason I like the movie is the ending of the movie in the scene where tributes are placed into a lit fire, and when all the items are placed on the fire, your character and William Holden's character leave together to live out their lives.
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This past weekend, to celebrate the birthday of our favorite Eurasian actress, I watched a Nancy film that I had never seen before; an annual tradition with me. This year, the picture of choice was the 1970 movie "The McMasters," which I took in via a poor-quality VHS tape that I had purchased on eBay a long time ago but had never gotten around to watching somehow. This film features an excellent cast--Burl Ives, Brock Peters, John and David Carradine, Jack Palance and our Nancy--but is only a middling Western at best. In it, Peters returns from the Civil War to Ives, the man who had raised him, and helps him run his ranch. When Ives makes him a half owner of the spread, trouble starts, and Palance and his thugs try to run him off. David and Nancy play Indians in the film (Nancy becomes Brock's wife, to the town's chagrin) and Carradine Sr. the pastor who marries them. The film was made with two different endings, one happy and one downbeat, and I happened to see the downbeat one the other night; not too satisfying a conclusion, I'm afraid. Anyway, our Nancy looks gorgeous, of course (she was 31 here), and does manage to convince the viewer that she is an American Indian, somehow. Peters, the star of the show, is an interesting character, though hardly a typical good guy; it is inferred that his character rapes Nancy's shortly after they first meet. Nancy's Robin is a bit of a wuss in the film, and a little more spunk and spirit on Robin's part might have made her a more interesting character, but she is appealing nonetheless. In all, an interesting watch of a fairly obsure film, and one that surely would benefit from a nice cleaning up and DVD treatment. A belated Happy Birthday, Nancy, and I wish you many more to come!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
sandy ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
nyc, ny USA - Mon 21 May 2012, 09:29

Dear Ms. Kwan - I've come to this site for the first time to wish you a happy birthday and great year ahead. I first learned of you from the movie "Wonder Women"; I love that film, and you were awesome in it. I don't see it in your biography on this site, though, unless it's listed under an alternate title? Speaking of "Wonder Women," I introduced myself to Sid Haig at a convention in Seattle last October, and we talked about you for a bit. He shared some of his fond memories of you and the time you showed him around Hong Kong. Best wishes, David, a.k.a. Radu
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WA USA - Sun 20 May 2012, 02:37

Nancy, Happy Birthday and Best Wishes Always ! Elaine
Elaine
Los Angeles, CA USA - Sun 20 May 2012, 00:08

Hi Nancy, just want to wish you a Happy Birthday. Hope you have a wonderful day and all your wishes come true.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim Cirese <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
La Grange, Ill USA - Sat 19 May 2012, 11:46

you were always one of the best. i wish you would come out and make a new film. i for one would go and i really don't go to the cinema all that much anymore.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
john lysle <j9ohn@yahoo.com>
nyc, ny USA - Fri 18 May 2012, 11:52

Blessings, I am 43. Just wanted to say, I just watched The World of Suzie Wong. I fell in love.I wish Hollywood would play this in the movie theaters or make a remake. Thank You. God Bless in Jesus name.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
will <wilpod2005@live.com>
n.y., n.y. USA - Sun 13 May 2012, 19:43

Blessings, I am 43. Just wanted to say, I just watched The World of Suzie Wong. I fell in love.I wish Hollywood would play this in the movie theaters or make a remake. Thank You. God Bless in Jesus name.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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n.y., n.y. USA - Sun 13 May 2012, 19:43

Blessings, I am 43. Just wanted to say, I just watched The World of Suzie Wong. I fell in love.I wish Hollywood would play this in the movie theaters or make a remake. Thank You. God Bless in Jesus name.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Blessings, I am 43. Just wanted to say, I just watched The World of Suzie Wong. I fell in love.I wish Hollywood would play this in the movie theaters or make a remake. Thank You. God Bless in Jesus name.
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n.y., n.y. USA - Sun 13 May 2012, 19:42

Blessings, I am 43. Just wanted to say, I just watched The World of Suzie Wong. I fell in love.I wish Hollywood would play this in the movie theaters or make a remake. Thank You. God Bless in Jesus name.
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n.y., n.y. USA - Sun 13 May 2012, 19:42

Dear Nancy-I saw THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG when I was 10 but fell in Love with your Image..I started collecting stills,posters,lobbycards anything on your Career...I was in the business to I started out as a Child Actor at age 3(1966)and do so much TV and film...Always playing someones son or a Teen in a trouble.I did a film YOUNG GUNS II that is where I met Your Son Bernie Polk...he was a stunt double for one of the leads...I admired him and really liked him...I wish we would have stayed in touch after the film but didnt and after Reading your book about him..I was Amazed at what a brilliant Man he was....I just got TO WHOM IT MAY CONCENRN:KA SHANS JOURNEY....it is a Beautiful Film and any fan of yours should get it! I loved it had all your screen tests from SUZIE WONG...well...I am still your biggest fan and I wish you Peace and Love NAMASTE! MICHAEL REED
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Lymore , Comoros Poland - Sun 29 Apr 2012, 08:01

I just wanted to let you know that I have been a fan of yours since my parents took me to Robin Crusoe,USN when I was a young boy. In reading some of the other comments I know you have heard this before but you were my first crush. I had never felt those feelings before seeing you in that movie. You will always be special to me for that reason. I later went on to see most of your other movies and loved you even more. You were truly one of the most beautiful women of our time.
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Tucson, Az USA - Thu 12 Apr 2012, 13:46

I love your film very much. I am a student of HKU SPACE Community College. Doing the project of China and the West which talk about Orientalism. I had chosen the movie "The World of Suzie Wong" as my topic. After watchinhg the movie, I think that you are a good actor. Support you.:)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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USA - Thu 05 Apr 2012, 21:19

Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to read this message. Over the years, I have been a big fan. At your convenience, I would really appreciate an autographed picture. Thank you so much. Dennis Wong 1002 Castle Street San Leandro, CA 94578 Please excuse me if this is a duplicate request. My records are not as accurate as I would like them to be.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
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San Leandro, CA 94578 - Thu 05 Apr 2012, 13:25

Ms. Kwan, I love your films and show them to my part-Asian young children as an example of a successful and talented Asian person who transcends race and shows pure talent. Thank you for your legacy. Sincerely, Steven
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
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Las Vegas, NV USA - Sat 31 Mar 2012, 23:33

Dear Ms. Kwan, After the death of my step-father Wiliam Holden, I inherited a cigarette box given to him by you. It has a Chinese dragon on the top and an inscription: Bill, for being so wonderful in my first film. Love, Nancy. It also says: Robert, "For goodness sake". Suzie.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Westlake Village, CA USA - Sat 31 Mar 2012, 21:46

In truth Crusoe is not my favorite, but I was just a kid when I saw it the theater and developed my first crush due to that film, so it might not be the favorite but because it introduced me to you it is important. As the years went by I grew up but my crush never really went away and your beauty never faded either. I plan on ordering your documentary tomorrow and look forward to having you tell the story of your remarkable life. Thanks for bringing such joy to so many all over the world with your remarkable beauty, talent, class and grace. Ace Collins
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
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Arkadelphia, AR USA - Thu 29 Mar 2012, 19:31

Dear Nancy Kwan, Thank you, I just finished to see your 1960 movie "The World of Suzie Wong" (I born in 1962), I loved the movie and your sweet and great performance near to the, no less greater, William Holden. It's good to know, after 52 years I can write this comment to you. Best wishes.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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USA - Tue 20 Mar 2012, 20:08

Hello Nancy, I just finished watching The World of Suzie Wong...for the Nth time! One of my all time favorites. I have a question. Who painted the paintings of you in the movie? Are there prints available to buy? What happened to the originals? Thanks for your time. Terry Watson
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Terry Watson <truthwatson@gmail.com>
Salt Lake City, UT USA - Sun 18 Mar 2012, 20:15

Hello my dear friend, Yes this is michael again....funny I never tire of writting to you. I pray this note finds you in good health & high spirits. I was able to buy "flower drum song" on CD so I may listen all the time (it always keeps me in a good state of mind) My reason for writting is two fold...First I want to be the first to wish you a happy upcomming birthday this comming may (19th.) My son (michael jr) was born on may 21st. & I lost him in 1996 & I miss him soooo much as I'm sure you still miss your son. No parent should have to bury a child it's just not right but I'm sure you already know that. Nancy the other reason is about myself. What I never talk about is my health, back in 2004 I came down with kidney failure and had to start dialysis....a terible way to live your life, but I did it to stay alive, well after 7 long years I finaly got the call that a kidney was available back in oct. of last year, but my system is rejecting it & I'm waiting for a friend to pick me up & take me to the transplant hsptl. I may loose this kidney....Nancy I'm so scared to loose it after waiting for so long. I've already made up my mind I WILL NOT go back on dialysis even if it means cutting my life short. So not to sound molodramitic I just want to say THANK YOU for all you have done for me (even if for just a short period of time). You have open so men doors for meny asain actors. You must be so very proud of all you have done & the thousands of people you have made friends with in your field. I still wish we could have met & become real friends but as I've said in the past...Your always in my heart & on My mind. Your are just as beautiful today (if not more) than your early films!!! So if you don't hear from me again You'll know why. Nancy I'm not a weak man I'm very strong in mind & soul....but I can't bear the fact of going back on dialysis...so I will end this note with a tearfull expression of love & respect to you. Today is saturday march 17th. it's raining very hard & I'm so sad...this is so unfair...but life ins't always fair. Thank you for allowing me to express whats in my heart! I will always love you. with all my heart I thank you. Michael la vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
michael la vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sat 17 Mar 2012, 14:14

Hello Would it be possible to get your autographed picture? (To Marcel) Marcel Pedneault 1160 des Grenats, Levis, Qc G6W 7M5 Canada
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Levis, QC CANADA - Thu 08 Mar 2012, 20:57

Hello Nancy, This is michael la vau (yes again...) I just wanted to writte & say HELLO again & tell you I was finaly able to watch "World of Suzie Wong". I enjoyed it so very much...Don't get me wrong I still LOVE "flower drum song" I know every song by heart (when I'm having a bad day I sing verious songs to myself) but the reason I so enjoyed Suzie so much is because YOUR in about 90% of the film. What a great actor you are. But after reading some of the coomments about the caretiour & trying to say YOU are like that is NOT what I saw....I saw a girl with no formal education and a baby to feed and take care of, so she did what she had to do to earn enough money to live & raise her baby. I can't wait to watch it again. Nancy I truly wish you & I could of met when we were in or 20's or 30's I beleive we could have been realy good & trusted friends, I have no "time machine" so I know that wount happen. But I do however feel closer to you when I write. Your work has taken you all over the world & you have met sooooo meny different people, You must have thousands of great memories! Please forgive me for being so bold but I still wish we could have lunch (or tea) one day, it would be wounderfull to actuly sit & talk with you...but I'm sure you are still very busy today, but rest assured you are always in my thoughts & on my mind!! I wish only the best for you & good health. very best regards from a friend, so thank you for allowing me to write you & express my gratitude. love michael la vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
michael la vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sun 04 Mar 2012, 14:52

Hello Nancy I am Alex from Dubai, saw your films you are just fantastic and can watch your movies over and over again I was born in Singapore and you reminded me of my Chinese lady teachers who must have been around your age. When your movie " The World of Suzie Wong" was released we used to call our Chinese girl classmates as Suzie Wong and also we made up this song Suzie Wong went to Hong Kong to meet King Kong I visited HK fantastic city an year ago stayed in Wanchai, took a the same type of ferry to Zhuhai China and it remincence of your movie. Unfortunately I did not meet any Suzie Wong on the ferry, the closest was a tall kindly attractive Chinese woman who showed me the way to the ferry..but could hardly speak a word of English. She just nods her head and smiles and was on the sitting opposite side of the ferry but always gave me a caring look and smile.....Shades of Suzie just Shades of Suzie will change my name slightly..wish i can act with you Alex Wong (instead of Verghis )..had teachers too by the name of Wong
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Alex Verghis <alexander9253@yahoo.com>
Dubai, UAE - Sat 03 Mar 2012, 22:21

Hello nancy, this is michael la vau writting again, I wrote to you on Jan 21st. I feel so VERY bad because my reading more about your busy busy life I did not know about your son & I asked how he was. I'm soooo very sorry, My heart cries out for you. You see I too lost my first born son (michael jr.) back in 1996 he was just 18 & the apple of my eye, I loved him so much and miss him like it was just yesterday. (I still dream of him) I wounder sometimes what his life would be like today (maybe I'd be a grandfather. I cry every night for him & I'll never get over it... Time only helps to make the pain subside abite. Nancy I see that people from all over the world still write you & ask you for things....I will not, Your time is YOUR time. Again I'm sorry for asking how he is. Thank you again for all that you have done & I will always consider you a valued & trusted friend (even if we have never met). much love & reapect.. Michael La Vau.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
michael la vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Thu 23 Feb 2012, 17:19

Did anybody have a chance to tape The Main Attraction, Tamahine, and Honeymoon Hotel? I have these, but my copies are now bad. Please contact me at kampanagroup@gmail.com - thanks.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bill Navarro <kampanagroup@gmail.com>
Cerritos, CA USA - Tue 21 Feb 2012, 02:01

My sister and I watched the Flower Drum Song movie last night, and she was utterly entranced and loved your performance of I Enjoy Being A Girl. She is in her teens and I am in my early twenties, and I just wanted you to know that you have touched a lot of people's minds and hearts, and I'm sure you will touch many more. I've read some of your biography and you are, for lack of a better term coming to mind at the moment, pretty darn cool. Thank you for giving joy to our lives through your work. Sincerely, Megan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Megan Tedesco <nutmegthepanda@msn.com>
USA - Wed 15 Feb 2012, 11:59

Hello Ms.Kwan, My name is David Muse and I've enjoy your work over the years. I recently started contacting celebrities that I admire to ask for an autograph. What I normally do is mail a note with a SASE and one index card for the movie star to sign. I always ask for one because I don't want to appear as a dealer. It will be something my family will treasure through the years. Thanks, Dave Muse 3083 Ingleside Drive Bartlett, TN 38134
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
David Muse <dmuse4@juno.com>
Bartlett, TN USA - Thu 09 Feb 2012, 20:59

Dear Susie Wong: Thank you for all that your illustrious acting career has given me: the laughter, tears, new horizons. I was born in South America and am now in my mid-fifties. As a teenager, the cinema was my safe haven from a rather confusing world - also, we did not have TV! Actually, your first movie that I saw was 'Lt. Robin Crusoe USN'- what an eye opener! Strangely enough, much later, in Toronto, without any conscious effort, I met and married a beautiful young lady named Susan Wong. Not only that, but she was born in 1960 - the year 'The World of Susie Wong' was released. Unfortunately, after giving us two wonderful kids, she passed away in 2003 - too suddenly and too soon. The loss of your young son must have been devastating - you have my deepest sympathy. Like my second heroine, Mom is first, you have survived and continue to thrive. I could not ask for a greater mentor. Like so many of your fans, I watch 'The World of Susie Wong' every year - my source of renewable resolve. Thank you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
phil;ip ying <pying@sympatico.ca>
toronto, on ca - Sun 05 Feb 2012, 16:59

Hi, Here is the website for the big bands at Cicada. http://maxwelldemille.com/ Best, Mark
Mark Cole <grandpianomusic@aol.com>
USA - Sun 22 Jan 2012, 19:54

Dear Ms Nancy, How are you? I just wanted to express how much I admire you even since I was a little girl. I knew from when I was a child that you're my grand aunt even though we've never met. My family moved to Canada from HK when I was young and now I'm residing in NYC for work. I hope you would reply my e-mail. Perhaps we can meet one day. I've been sad from a recent break up but after watching some of your movies and clips (flower drum songs etc) , I have to say you brought a smile back on my face. I think you are very beautiful, absolutely gorgeous and amazing, I'm truly proud to be related to you. Yours truly, Clara Kwan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Clara Kwan <clara_kayla@hotmail.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Sun 22 Jan 2012, 01:36

hello ms. Kwan, my name is michael. I can't beleive I'm even getting a chance to write to you. I'm actully nervious. I live in anaheim calif (I work at the disneyland resort) I'm writing to tell you how much I enjoyed "flower drum song" So much wounderfull music,dancing & singing. I'm a "young" 61 years old and as I read about all that you have accomplished in you life, it's hard to beleive one young lady has done all that you have! How is your son? I have (2) two surviving sons & love them with all my heart & soul!! I just recently had a kidney transplant & doing good. Nancy...I'm not sure you actuly receive or read these comments but if you read mine I want you to know how much I admire you. I'm an honorable man & would love to talk to you (so meny stories to share, if you are married....well God bless you both, If not It would be a dream come true to sit & talk or share a sunday having lunch or just tea. (I love green tea W/ roasted brown rice). Please don't think I'm a stocker or wired...I just know in my heart we could be great friends. For safty I wount leave my phone number but my email=mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com. Thank you in advance for allowing my to write & express how I feel...it's so strange for me to feel like this to a lady I've never met but this is how I feel & want to know. I pray & hope I hear from you. Your new devoted friend, michael
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
michael la vau <mjlavau4keys@yahoo.com>
anaheim, ca USA - Sat 21 Jan 2012, 17:32

Dear Nancy, Just finished watching "The World Of Suzie Wong". You opened my eye with the outstanding performance. Hope all is well with you and happy 2012 =)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lionel Tay <lionel@dmmp.biz>
Kuala Lumpur, WP Malaysia - Sat 14 Jan 2012, 11:07

First of all, I'm caucasian. I've been aware of Nancy Kwan ever since I was a little kid of six years old. A favorite restaurant that my parents used to take the family for dinner was The Tea House, obstensibly your usual American "Chinese" restaurant. A Chinese couple owned it and my mother and father knew them as my parents had eaten there as newlyweds as it was the only place they could afford to eat. The Chiu family "adopted" my parents and gradually educated them to Chinese cooking by slipping things in the combination dinners my parents ordered that weren't on the menu. Fast forward to 1961: the Tea House starts "Dinner and a Movie" night on Thursday evenings, the same night of the week that the local Grand Theater has Surprise Night (an unannounced film, all seats $1.00). So, we have dinner at the Tea House and then go to the show. We don't know what it is as it is surpise night. Now, I'm six years old and VIVIDLY remember this as it is the first non-animation, non-kids, grown up film I've ever seen. Also, in 1961 not all movies were in color and this is in TECHNICOLOR. What I remember most of all is the beautiful woman with the raven hair in the beige on beige on white super-huge Hollywood size bedroom singing and dancing. That was Miss Kwan singing "I Enjoy Being a Girl". My parents liked the movie so much, they bought the soundtrack album at Johnson's Music Shop in the Ballard Disrict of Seattle (I still have it on vinyl - and it's in stereo, too). I own "Flower Drum Song" on DVD and love this film. Also, have grown to be in awe of Ms. Kwan's talents: professionally trained dancer (RAB), multi-lingual (as well as multi-culural - she is half Scots, as I am, too), actress, film maker, ad infinitum. Can you imagine being in two major films in one year at the age of 20 or so like she was? If it wasn't for the racism tha existed in 1961 she would have been on the way to being a Superstar (she is that in my book, anyway), but she was Chinese and didn't fit the Doris Day mold of the day. Thank you for posting my comment and more importantly, thank you for having this site dedicated to one of the most important Asian actresses (pre-1970) who is right up here as a pioneer like Anna May Wong. Gung Hay Fah Choy (apologies for my poor phonetic attempt of transliteration).
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
William Totten <btotten2@gmail.com>
Seattle, WA USA - Mon 09 Jan 2012, 17:47

nancy...will you suck me dry ???
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
BIG Cock <bigcock@yahoo.com>
dickville, ca USA - Mon 02 Jan 2012, 15:26

I think it would be a wonderful thing if you got your agent to get you an appearance in the current Hawaii Five-O show. Show up as Grace Parks' Long lost sister of her mother.
Lane Fowler
Dunwoody, GA USA - Fri 30 Dec 2011, 20:07

Dear Miss Kwan . Have sent several comments before.This time is to wish you a Happy new Year. May the coming year keep you in good health, maintain your irresistible charm and bring your wishes to become true .Still my favorite film The World of Suzie Wong. I watch it at least twice a Year .
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
camille e sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
arririulaIW <arririula>
NEW AMSTERDAM, Guyana Guyana - Fri 23 Dec 2011, 09:03

Dear Ms. Kwan, If you wouldn't mind, I would like to know what it was like for you during production of The World of Suzie Wong. I saw it for the first time when I was fifteen (I'm seventeen now), and it's one of my favorite films. I would also like to know what it was like working with Dean Martin in The Wrecking Crew for I am a huge fan of his. Thank you very much for your time. Sincerely, Runell Carl
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Runell Carl <runell.hockey7@yahoo.com>
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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
arririulaIW <arririula>
NEW AMSTERDAM, Guyana Guyana - Thu 22 Dec 2011, 04:40

Flower Drum Song was one of my all time best film.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Milia <doyougotthat1@hotmail.com>
california, california USA - Sun 18 Dec 2011, 10:56

Hello Ms Kwan, I've been a huge fan for many decades. Thank you for widening the narrow-minded world, which I was born in to. I's it possible that I might have seen you, on a Metro Bus, in Everett/Malden Massachusetts, in the 1990's? I've wondered all these years, Thanks for your lasting Spirit,Talent and Beauty, All the best, Brez
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
brez9091 <brez9091@msn.com>
Boston, ma USA - Wed 30 Nov 2011, 23:15

for Ms.NANCY KWAN Dear Lady I collect authographes and letters from very important personalities in the world. I send you many letters to diferent addresses during 40 years! also to your birthday in 19 May, but whithout success. Now i have internet and find this e-mail and please very,very much to answer me. Please to send me(not with e-mail please) a photo with a dedication in your original handwriting. My address: ARTHUR KREMER KEREN HAYESOD ST.4 HOLON 58488 ISRAEL Thank you very much and please accept my best whishes and continuous success! Yours sincerely Arthur Kremer
Arthur Kremer <arthurkremer@walla.co.il>
Holon, Israel - Sat 15 Oct 2011, 06:59

When I was young and in the military, I spent alot of time in Hong Kong. Like you, I have gone through many life changes. However, "The World of Suzie Wong" will always have a special connection to me. One would have to spend time in Hong Kong to undestand! Sure wish you would do something "public", you are, and always will be a great STAR, thank you for all that you have done.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tony Gomez <tonytgomez@earthlink.net>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Mon 19 Sep 2011, 00:47

Nancy Flower Drum Song is always a great film to watch you did a great job something for every generation to watch.A great family film Take care Vincent Lombardi Ocala Fl
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
vincent Lombardi <lombardi40@netzero.com>
ocala, FL USA - Fri 16 Sep 2011, 11:31

Like many, many, others, I fell in love with Nancy the first time I saw "Suzie Wong" and that's continued on through all of her other movies that I've seen right up to this day - thank you Nancy for the way you have made me feel by your performances and by just seeing you on the screen! I can't believe she doesn't have a Hollywood Star - that has to change!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Don <hwy61200@yahoo.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Fri 09 Sep 2011, 19:25

Thanks so much... your performances were so wonderful to my young years. Had a crush on you then and later realized the real of your talent as I watched you again and again over the years. In reality, you are a unique and creative talent in a wonderful time in the history of performance. always best to you, ron
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ron McDowell <mcdowellron2000@yahoo.com>
Sterling Heights, mi USA - Fri 09 Sep 2011, 17:46

Dear Nancy, I wonder whether you remember my late mother, Serene Lim of Singapore. She learned ballet as a teenager and did water skiing in the 50's. Her mother was a Wong from a HK family.I am told that the two of you used to be good friends. I am also told that your father organized the wedding reception for my parents in HK. My wife and I are big fans. Kind regards. Kevin Lee
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kevin <klee@bpya.com.hk>
Hong Kong, HK. HK - Mon 05 Sep 2011, 02:11

Your charm, grace and beauty are timeless. Please continue your gifted work.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dr. Homer L. Williams <hlw@wskfarch.com>
Honolulu, HI USA - Thu 25 Aug 2011, 22:37

The "Cenotaph" episodes in the "Kung Fu" TV series in 1974 (if I had to pick one). Just a quick question - I was standing in the immigration line for entry into Macau from Hong Kong via Ferry yesterday (Sunday, August 21) and I saw a woman with a stroller who didn't appear to be the mother. The wait in the immigration line was about 2 hours and the woman looked very, very familiar but it wasn't until I was riding the ferry back to Hong Kong later that evening that I wondered if it could have been you? Did I miss getting your autograph? Tracy in Honolulu
Mr. Tracy in Honolulu <Aloha-State@hawaii.rr.com>
Honolulu, HI USA - Sun 21 Aug 2011, 15:17

Merci beaucoup de transmettre ce message Nancy. Nancy, Malgr votre ge, je tenais ce que vous sachiez que votre visage me fait beaucoup rver. Bernard
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bernard Viton <bernardviton@orange.fr>
beauchamp, FRANCE - Fri 12 Aug 2011, 14:54

Hello Nancy, Just wondering if you have a sister by the name of Lucey. I used to be a Pen Friend of hers more that 50 years ago. Have a nice day. Merv
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Merv Stockman <stocky07@bigpond.com>
Perth , WA Australia - Mon 08 Aug 2011, 04:23

Thursday, August 11 7:30 PM American Cinematheque at the Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028 http://www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/to-whom-it-may-concern-ka-shen%E2%80%99s-journey-flower-drum-songTickets: $11 General Admission, $9 Student/Senior, $7 American Cinematheque Member Advance Tickets: http://www.fandango.com/egyptiantheatre_aaofx/theaterpage *Double Feature! TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: KA SHENS JOURNEY, 2010, Locomotive Distribution, 104 min. Dir. Brian Jamieson. This documentary follows actress Nancy Kwan from her birth in Hong Kong to her big screen debut in 1960s THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG and up to today. Through scenes from her movie and TV work and interviews with Kwan herself, the film offers both a portrait of a successful performer and insight into the changing roles of Asian women in American society in recent decades. *Followed by a Q & A discussion with Actress Nancy Kwan & Filmmaker Brian Jamieson Official Website: http://www.kashensjourney.com/ Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rkhagrR-2N4 *50th Anniversary! FLOWER DRUM SONG, 1961, IDP Films, 133 min. Dir. Henry Koster. In this adaptation of Rodgers & Hammersteins Broadway musical, Mei Li (Miyoshi Umeki) arrives in San Francisco for an arranged marriage, but husband-to-be Sammy Fong (Jack Soo) is more interested in Linda Low (Nancy Kwan), a singer at his nightclub. While their parents feel bound by tradition, Mei Li and Sammy would prefer to follow their hearts - something that becomes easier to do when it turns out that another young man (James Shigeta) also is looking for a bride. Features choreography by Hermes Pan and such memorable songs as "I Enjoy Being a Girl." Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjWn-ueeeLwMiss Kwan was able to announce that James Shigeta will be at the Egyptian along with other performers from Flower Drum Song.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Gordon Hom <gcrdcn@yahoo.com>
Cerritos, Ca USA - Thu 28 Jul 2011, 19:02

A year ago I wrote on this comment book my ever lasting admiration and respect for the most likable actress. I saw The World of Suzie Wong again this year and I feel as if I am seeing it for the first time . What is this magic that draws you ?? Me no talk .. me no talk. You cant watch this film enough .. Wish they make such films these days - if they can .
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
camille e sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
beirut , lebanon - Tue 12 Jul 2011, 05:22

You are one of the most beautiful & talented actresses that ever was on the " Silver Screen". Thank you for sharing your talent with us.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Dave K <akwa1@aol.com>
Fort Lauderdale, Fl USA - Mon 04 Jul 2011, 15:39

You are one of the most beautiful & talented mattresses that ever was on the " Silver Screen". Thank you for sharing your talent with us.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Dave K <akwa1@aol.com>
Fort Lauderdale, Fl USA - Mon 04 Jul 2011, 15:38

I can't get enough of your performance!!!! Still been watching The World of Suzie Wong endlessly =)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Shawn "Nexus" Chang <zephyranthes22@yahoo.com>
Malaysia - Fri 17 Jun 2011, 11:59

I have just been finished a web site dedicated to my wife and to Nancy Kwan about "The World of Suzie Wong" in Spanish but with 1050 images comparing the Richard Quine film with de Richard Mason novel. And I have seen in these days, in order to put more data on the site, "Flower Drum Song", "Fate is the Hunter", "The Wrecking Crew" and "The McMasters" all with Nancy Kwan on them. Thank you again Nancy for all those delicious moments seeing you on the screen. And here is the site: http://suziewong.marianobayona.com/index.htm
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mariano Bayona Estradera <mbayona@terra.es>
Barcelona, Catalonio Spain - Mon 30 May 2011, 15:16

Dear Nancy i will keep this short and sweet. YOU ARE AMAZING, BRILLIANT, TALENTED, BEAUTIFUL ,ELEGANT, YOUR LIKE THE "OPRAH" OF THE ORIENT I JUST LOVE YOU AND ALL YOUR FILMS. When i am in San Francisco (where i was born) i will go with friends walk up to Grant Avenue and YES! you guessed it. I break into the song and dance And... I know ALL and i mean ALL the choreography to grant avenue. The people in Chinatown must think i am NUTS but who cares??? IT'S SAN FRANCISCO AFTER ALL!!!!! anyway thank you for each step you dance, each smile you shine and each person you touched like mine. your fellow dancer J.R. Navarro age 44
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
J.R. Navarro <dancejr1234@aol.com>
Miami, Florida USA - Wed 25 May 2011, 01:31

Last night, as has been my tradition for the past five or six years, I celebrated the birthday of our favorite Eurasian by watching one of her films that I had never seen before. In previous years, those films had included "Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N.," "The Corrupt Ones," "Night Creature," "Wonder Women" and "Project: Kill." Last night, it was "Night Children." And of all the films starring Nancy Kwan that I have seen, 1989's "Night Children" is probably the one that is hardest to watch. Not because the film is bad, mind you--it is actually surprisingly good--but rather because of the terrible abuse that Nancy undergoes in it. During the course of the film, she is not only punched in the stomach in one scene, resulting in a terrible-looking bruise, but is also punched in the face and given a bloody mouth in another. Certainly worse than the rib bruise that she suffered in the film "Walking the Edge" as a result of having had a hubcap Frisbeed at her! In "Night Children," produced, directed and cowritten by her husband Norbert Meisel, Nancy plays a probation officer in a rather tough section of L.A. Her boyfriend, played by David Carradine, is a cop on those same mean streets, which are, when me first meet them, being terrorized by a gang of punks whose meanness and savage behavior cannot be believed. These six thugs--four men and two women--will do anything for kicks, including assaulting and raping in broad daylight, robbing convenience stores and shooting cops. Nancy and her boyfriend have an ongoing debate as to the best way to deal with these ruffians--Nancy taking the more liberal approach and Kung Fu the more violent, as would be expected--but toward the film's end, each begins to value the other's viewpoint. The film features some pretty hair-raising action sequences, including a high-speed car chase INSIDE AN UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE (!) and, for all we Nancy fans, the spectacle of our favorite Eurasian going up against this gang in her house and armed with a pistol. Yes, indeed, for all those who want to see Nancy Kwan get tough and blow 'em away Charles Bronson style, THIS is the film! Somehow, and quite improbably, the picture even manages a happy ending of sorts, even though we had just seen Carradine get executed during a bit of forced Russian roulette a little while before. Nancy, it must be said, is just terrific in this picture. Fifty years old at the time of its making, she looks sexy as can be and acts quite impeccably. The film is a fairly tense affair and, all in all, quite pleasing; what a shame that it has not appeared on DVD as of this date. It is well worth an eBay search for a used video copy!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
NYC, USA - Fri 20 May 2011, 08:48

Wishing our favorite Eurasian a happy birthday today on May 19th! Hope it is a fun-filled and pleasing one for you, Nancy, with many more healthy and happy days to come....
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
sandy ferber
nyc, ny USA - Thu 19 May 2011, 13:06

Congratulations, Nancy!! You've really made the Hollywood Studio Club proud! Your work in the intellectual and academic areas rivals your dramatic accomplishments! The awards and event this week couldn't be heaped on a more deserving member of the entertainment community. Since you were only -10 years old in those days (lol), you may have forgotten the stringy-haired technical girl-nerd who tutored you in driving, American style. I've watched your career with a smug, "I told ya so". Best wishes for the future. Pat--the sound recordist
p. marlin nelson <bach@rock.com>
Hollywood, ca USA - Tue 17 May 2011, 23:19

Hello again. I have just seen "To Whom It May Concern. Ka Shen's Journey" bought to Brian Jamieson in Blu-Ray and I must tell that is a wonderful documentary where I was able to see Nancy Kwan in different parts of her life and having seen "The World of Suzie Wong" so many times, I have seen all his faces familiar to me from her childhood to today. In some way I understand the pain because of the passed away of her son Bernie, as my beloved wife passed away 4 years ago (she was 54 years old and I 58) but our love ones never disappear as we can feel them in our hearts and they are alive forever waiting for us. Thank you Nancy Kwan and thank you Brian Jamieson for show us the better images to whom it may concern.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mariano Bayona Estradera <mbayona@terra.es>
Barcelona, Catalonia Spain - Mon 16 May 2011, 12:59

Herzliche Gruesse aus Kuehtai (Tirol)!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Johann Zauner <aon.912825828@aon.at>
Silz, Khtai, Austria Tyrol - Mon 16 May 2011, 05:28

Ms. Kwan, I am a HUGE fan! Being half Chinese and half Caucasian myself I look up to you as a role model! 'Flower Drum Song" was one of my all time favorite musicals! I am also a member of the San Diego Asian American Repertory Theatre and we are doing a concert version of "Flower Drum Song" that opens on May 12th. We would be deeply honored if you could come and see the show!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Gina Ma <asianamericanrep@gmail.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Sun 08 May 2011, 22:57

Dear Nancy. I just wanted to say Thank you so much for your outstanding performance on this movie.. I lived in Hong Kong for a couple of years lately and it was with deep joy that I saw all of the old city and also the streets of Wanchai that i would frequent every day. I have a deep affection for this movie.. the plot and characters in this film mirror what happened to me, I met and fell in love with a Wanchai Girl who was very much in the same situation as Suzie.. we loved but unfortunately we didn't have the happy ending that the Movie had. Thank you so much for your work, although I will never get the chance to meet you I will always be grateful for your screen beauty and the skill of your acting ..Bless you Nancy ...
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Steve Denness <stingerman90@hotmail.com>
London, United Kingdom - Sat 07 May 2011, 07:18

Hi Nancy, World of Suzie is a great movie and I like the story very much! You are very beautiful and you acted to Suzie Wong very well. Anyway, I like this movie very much!! Hope you have a nice day and Happy Birthday!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William <ktech@i-cable.com>
Hong Kong - Tue 03 May 2011, 05:06

Hello Nancy, This is Anthony, we met at my school in the music hall with Dr. Hatfield. I'm the guy who lost his voice. It was an honor to meet you and I was told by numerous people that you were here and that I should meet you, and here you are! As soon as my voice comes back I would love to have a conversation with you, then bombared you with a million questions, LOL
Anthony Li <Four_spikes@hotmail.com>
USA - Wed 27 Apr 2011, 16:22

My friend CRAZY KEN to "The world of Suzie Wong" he told me. I was surprised to see the movie. It had similar experiences with my 25-year-old Taipei. The film as dramatic, but very painful memories for me, then I sealed with Taiwan. I watched a movie from a quarter century has passed since the decision to go to Taipei. I went to Taipei for three months. Taipei has been a marked development in me to accept my kind. "The world of Suzie Wong" is that I sense. Thank you Suzie,Tank you Nancy Kwan!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tadaaki Koga <info@goldencup.jp>
Yokohama, JPN - Sun 24 Apr 2011, 08:12

I have just seen on DVD "The World of Susie Wong" that I saw in the '60 when I was a teenager and I have been very impressed for the Nancy Kwan playing and her beutiful face seeing that movie again today. I apologize for my English because Spanish is my mother tongue and I would like to explain a lot of feelings that this marvelous film has made in me. Thank you Nancy Kwan.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mariano Bayona Estradera <mbayona@terra.es>
Barcelona, Catalonia Spain - Fri 22 Apr 2011, 15:41

I recently ordered "To Whom It May Concern" on DVD from Redwind Productions. A fantastic documentary. Thank you, Nancy, for sharing your inspiring, emotionally touching journey with us ... and thumbs up to the filmmakers for delivering it so beautifully. I hope it receives the global attention it deserves.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Greg Rule <gregrule@gmail.com>
Alhambra, CA USA - Thu 14 Apr 2011, 17:07

Dear Fans of Nancy Kwan, Nancy Kwan's Award Winning and highly acclaimed Feature Documentary TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: KA SHEN'S JOURNEY is available on DVD to own and to enjoy over and over again. See never before seen film clips and Screen Tests from SUZIE WONG. It's a must have for any serious Nancy Kwan fan. Buy it now - see details at www.KaShensJourney.com
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Brian Jamieson <Brian@redwindproductions.com>
Santa Clarita, CA USA - Fri 08 Apr 2011, 15:11

Dear Friends of Nancy Kwan, On Tuesday May 10th, 2011, the long sought after official DVD of FATE IS THE HUNTER will be available from Twilight Time exclusively and only through www.screenarchives.com. It is a Limited Edition Pressing of only 3,000 units. It's a beautiful transfer and includes an 8 page Essay Booklet on the history of the film, the Original Theatrical Trailer and the Isolated Music Score Soundtrack. You can pre-order at www.screenarchives.com from Tuesday May 3rd - Once it's gone - it's gone - Enjoy!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Brian Jamieson <Brian@redwindproductions.com>
Santa Clarita, CA USA - Fri 08 Apr 2011, 15:06

Dear Nancy, Editions GOPE is a French publisher specialized in Asian themes and we are launching a new translation of Richard Mason's The World of Suzie Wong. I contacted the license dpt of Paramount as I would like to sell as well the DVD with the book. So far, nobody answered me. Could you please provide some help? I would be please to provide more information about my publishing enterprise if needed. Sincerely yours, david Magliocco Edition GOPE 435, route de Credoz 74930 Scientrier - France +33 954 880 459
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
David Magliocco <d.mag@wanadoo.fr>
Scientrier, France - Wed 23 Mar 2011, 05:18


I was thrilled to see your beautiful face at the recent Hollywood Collectibles in Burbank, CA. I spoke to you about your dancing in Flower Drum and how handsome James Shigeta was/is. You were so nice. Recently I saw the Vidal Sassoon documentary and your hair is prominently featured as one of his creations. You were so brave to cut off your long hair, but he did a great job. Thank you for being a part of the autograph signings.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Frances Reyes <fransez2008@yahoo.com>
Los Angeles, , CA USA - Mon 07 Mar 2011, 15:13

Hello Nancy. I just very recently discovered that you were in the pilot episode of the original "Hawaii Five-O" - ("Cocoon"). I also own DVD's of "The World of Suzie Wong", "The Wrecking Crew", "Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN", "The McMasters" and "Flower Drum Song". I would also love the chance to see "Tamahine" sometime. I think you are lovely and a very talented actress.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Davidson <dmdavidsonhome@aol.com>
Dublin, GA USA - Tue 01 Mar 2011, 08:29

Yesterday I saw at TV "The World of Suzie Wong" for the first time. I think it was a great film, congratulations.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Llus <lluis6114@gmail.com>
Elche, Valencian Country Spain - Mon 21 Feb 2011, 10:34

Hi, I love this film. The irony for me is that I became an artist but I always had a dream of being an architect. I have done some production design. In 1990 I did a marshal arts film "Tiger Claws" as the art director but I did play a bit part as a security guard who tried to stop the tiger (played by Bolo Yueng). All the best to you. Mike
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Close <mmclose@rogers.com>
Oshawa, ON Canada - Sun 06 Feb 2011, 19:02

Dear Nancy, I just recently started watching your films! I have always adored Asian culture, literature and now film. I have to say you are my favorite actress and I so wish there was a way I could get your autograph! :) Thank you for all the wonderful performances! God bless!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Heidi Row <heidi.row@live.com>
Winston Salem, NC USA - Sat 05 Feb 2011, 03:18

Thankyou for passing those hurtful comments to my Cousin...it's extraordinary that those were the first that were forwarded after my many comments on her website. You are obviously an extremely vile kind of person...My comments were directed at you and not Nancy. You purport to be Nancys friend, so how did you benefit by repeating my private comment to you to Nancy?...Shame on you! I have issues with regards to Nancy and my family that are between us,and nothing to do with you; it is a family matter..and you are not family! Nancies and my Granny must be hating this in her grave...She adored all her Grandkids..She'd have hated someone who tried to divide us!
Andrew Scott Carpenter <andrewhk_@hotmail.com>
USA - Thu 27 Jan 2011, 21:16

Ka Shen's Journey is everything that it is billed as and much, much more. It allows the viewer to view both the personable and the tragedy within Nancy Kwan life. In many ways it can not adequately show the unsurmountable grief that a parent experiences when a child of theirs dies. It is not suppose to happen that way, and we all know that. However that does not make it any easier to except and overcome that grief. It is grief that is carried deep in a wounded hart that will never leave nor heal except with the passing of the parent, hopefully to be reunited with loved ones again. With the facts of racism in the 1960's it is a very viable and believable theory to present, that racism plaid a large part in why there were no films offered to Ms. Kwan that were as outstanding as The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song. Not just that she was of mixes race but also that the marketability of Asians as main attractions did not allow writers to develop story lines that would show Asians in a positive and attractive light. Sadly there are places in the USA that still exhibit this racism, not necessary by violence but more by ignorance. My wife and I experienced that when we came to this area of the country which leads me to suspect that it is actually much wider spread than imagined. Ka Shen's Journey hopefully bring viewers to be aware of their own ignorance and work to overcome it, as our Lord God has taught us. Outstanding story that brings tears to the eyes!!! An unmatched biography. Thank you & Godspeed Wayne A. Derby Wilderness First Responder Leave No Trace Master Trainer Wilderness Education Association National Certified Leader and Instructor Licensed NH Master Guide: Fishing Guide License #36, Hunting Guide License #23 134 Maple Street, Bethlehem NH. 03574, iguide@ncia.net www.northernguideservices.com 603-869-2634
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Wayne A. Derby <iguide@ncia.net>
Bethlehem, NH USA - Tue 18 Jan 2011, 21:08

Dear Miss Kwan: Were you offered a part, opposite the great Jack Soo ["Life and death are the province of Heaven." -- Chinese proverb], in the T.V. show "Barney Miller"? In "Fate is the Hunter" I found it a better movie by skipping through scenes that didn't focus on you. I was saddened by the recent passing of your co-star Leslie Nielsen. Forever I shall remain but one fan of countless millions. Good health to you Miss Kwan. -- Sincerely yours, Richard Thripp
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Richard Thripp <richardthripp@gmail.com>
Ormond Beach, FL USA - Tue 18 Jan 2011, 01:33

Are you in any way connected with the annual Hong Kong Arts Festival ?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sunny ONG <sunnyoyk@yahoo.co.uk>
London , UK - Wed 05 Jan 2011, 08:03

George Takei has a star on the Walk of Fame and you don't. It should be reversed. You made a monumental impact in the film industry! I can't understand the delay of you not receiving a star. I hope 2011 will be kind to you!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Larry Koehn <larrykoehn@gmail.com>
Clarksville, TN USA - Sat 25 Dec 2010, 01:24

Hi Nancy, want to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Healthy New Year. I've been a fan of yours since to 60's. Looking forward to seeing " To Whom it May Concern " Ka Shen's Journey.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim Cirese <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
La Grange, Ill USA - Fri 24 Dec 2010, 16:37

I write again to wish you dear nancy a merry christmas and a happy 2011.. yes it has been fifty years since I first enjoyed the World of Suzie Wong for the 1st time. Since then I watch it regulary especially since the DVD facility .. Hope next year will bring yu happiness and health sincerely / camille
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
camille sfeir <camillesfeir@live.com>
beirut , lebanon - Thu 23 Dec 2010, 04:40

Took a bus when i was fifthteen years old in 1960 to see you in Suzie Wong.I fell in love with you then so again i took another bus to the movies to see you again.I even found and married a girl that looked like you in 1971 and i told her i finally found my Suzie Wong.Thankyou.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Guy Grear <sjerse@bellsouth.net>
Port Saint Lucie, FL USA - Tue 21 Dec 2010, 13:54

this 73 yr. old gramma loves you and your films
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
SHARON WINDEN <cuznascar@hotmail.com>
steilacoom, wa USA - Fri 03 Dec 2010, 22:06

I enjoyed watching Suzie. Your performance was authentic, and the film has made me think a lot. I am so impressed that you were able to convey the life of Suzie, the loss of her child, and love of the leading man. Thank you for your contribution to film and the conversation.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ken
USA - Mon 29 Nov 2010, 02:13

I was just watching The World of Suzie Wong and felt like looking you up on the internet. I am glad to see you have a website. I have always been a big fan of yours, ever since I first saw you on film. I enjoyed your pictures. Thank you for sharing them. :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Frank Brennan <frncsbrennan@yahoo.com>
Bixby, OK USA - Sun 28 Nov 2010, 04:30

Nancy, Thank you for "open thoughts on Hong kong' and the lessons you taught me on life . your always Dr Ross Wrigley
Ross Wrigley <rossworld61@yahoo.com>
Hong Kong, USA - Fri 26 Nov 2010, 12:43

I enjoyed seeing you last night at the HIFF Honolulu. I never thought I'd be in the same room as you. I believe the film succeeded in portraying your life as one filled with magic, serendipity and laced with loss and sadness, thank you for sharing yourself with us.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Madeleine Brennan <Hawiikane@cs.com>
Ewa Beach, Hi USA - Mon 18 Oct 2010, 03:07

I am watching Lt. Crusoe as I type this message that my wife purchased for me because she knew I spoke of the movie from my teenage years. I noticed your accomplishments and I am very impressed. May you have many more successful years in film.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
paul merryman <rockwoodtrl@yahoo.com>
westminster, md USA - Mon 11 Oct 2010, 20:11

I attended the showing of "To Whom It May Concern" last night in Kansas City. I was deeply moved by your life story. Having experienced hardship involving my only child, I related to your endurance of pain and felt a sense of renewal. It was an honor to be in the theater with you; grace radiated from your presence. You are unspoken eloquence, Nancy. Thank you for sharing Ka Shen's Journey. It was my favorite film experience.
Debby Hayes <debbyhayes@kc.rr.com>
Kansas City, MO USA - Mon 04 Oct 2010, 22:37

Your world still has significant lasting relevant inspiration even after all these years.Joy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Racker <waintain@gmx.com>
USA - Sun 03 Oct 2010, 16:15

I enjoyed your performance in "Streets of Hong Kong," the film you made with (underrated actor) Gary Collins. This movie has always intrigued me. It is one of my favorite motion pictures. (Probably among my top one hundred favorites, and i've seen a LOT of films.) Yet "Streets" is so obscure. Universal owned the distribution rights, yet it appears to have never been released theatrically in the United States. I'm curious as to how you got involved in this project. What was it like making "Streets of Hong Kong" and working with Gary? Who was the mysterious "Hilton Alexander" who was (allegedly) the film's director? (As far as I know, he never made another picture.) And why was "Streets" given so little publicity? It's a little gem of a picture, and with a little promotion it might have developed at least a cult following. I've been wondering about all this since I watched the flick on late night television over twenty years ago. I don't think i'll ever forget "Streets" and your performance in it. For me, you will always be synonymous with "Streets of Hong Kong." sincerely, Jonathan Becker p.s.--I'm also curious about "Fragrant Harbor." According to some sources, you produced this film, which was (allegedly) released in 1979. Were you really involved with this project? Was the film ever completed? And if so, how can i get a copy of it? Thank you very much for your cooperation............................
Jonathan Becker <jonbecker03@gmail.com>
Holyoke, MA USA - Sat 02 Oct 2010, 23:36

My mother come by the other day and lent me a dvd of 'The World Of Suzie Wong'. I was struck by the reality of the story. The racism especially.I work with many ethnic groups and I see this prejudice everyday. Thankyou for showing the world that love can come from anyware at any time. I also paint and am inspired by the paintings. I haven't painted in a number of years,but am now looking at painting again. Especially the ethnic groups in my community. Thankyou for your inspiration. Julie. (mother's name Lucy)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Julie Magro <magrofamily@gmail.com>
Melbourne, Vic Australia - Sun 26 Sep 2010, 19:09

I just finished watching Susie, for the first time. I am one year older than you, but had missed your movies all these years. You are a most beautiful creature, and I think I am falling in love...I am asking Netflix for Flower Drum Song. Also, I practice Tai Chi Chuan. Hope you read this comments. I send all my love from Puerto Rico. Julio Antonio
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Julio Antonio
Guaynabo, P.R. USA - Tue 21 Sep 2010, 21:40

Your character portrayal is unforgetable and makes me long to have lived here in the 60's. You are very beautiful
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dave Linehan <crystalstar@gmx.com>
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Sat 11 Sep 2010, 04:05

Your old old friend Clive Anthony would like to get in contact Thank you
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Heather Thiele <thiele_heather@hotmail.com>
NSW Australia - Thu 09 Sep 2010, 04:53

I have some materials of "Nancy Kwan Project" Please have her people contact me. I am closing out some storages. Thank you, p.s. please let me know how i might help her get her star!
Scott Sandmeier <ssandmeier@ascentmedia.com>
burbank, ca USA - Tue 24 Aug 2010, 17:08

Nancy, I have been approached by a Mr Paul Watt owner of the "Junk Pub" to help to script a book on the other side of life in Wan Chai from 1960 through to today. I was interested to talk to you to get some back ground and help. regards, Ross Wrilgey
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ross Wrigley <rossworld61@yahoo.com>
Hong Kong, hk Hong Kong - Fri 13 Aug 2010, 00:46

Hi Nancy,I first saw Flower Drum Song many years ago on television and loved it! I bought it on VHS when it first came out, but the DVD is the best, in widescreen and all the extras, just wonderful ! Have The World Of Suzie Wong and The Wrecking Crew also on DVD, hope Paramount does a special edition of Suzie one day, I would love to hear your comments on the making of this beautiful film.Your films are always a pleasure to watch !
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Patrick O'Neill <harlow808@gmail.com>
Toronto, Canada - Thu 15 Jul 2010, 01:24

For the first time in my life I watched "The World of Suzie Wong" today on a flight from Melbourne, Australia to Hong Kong. I had meant to watch it all these years but never got around to it. I was mesmerized by your performance and it brought back fond memories of old Hong Kong where my parents (and I) grew up. You have always been larger than life but I am privileged to have met you once in the early 1970s when (during my teens) my church, Christ Church, came carol singing during Christmas at your apartment block in North Kowloon. You and your family actually joined in the singing and I will always remember how graceful and supportive you were that chilly winter evening. God bless and I wish you and your family good health and every happiness.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Matthew Chan <mskc@netvigator.com>
Hong Kong, HK PRC - Wed 30 Jun 2010, 00:44

Ms. Kwan you are so captivating as Suzie, I adore this film and since finding it again on Netflix 2 months ago, I have watched it 5 or 6 times. I hope to visit Hong Kong and stay at a place like Robert found! I can hardly believe this was your first film, you are fantastic and i love the green earings you wear in the movie they are so beautiful as well as the lovely silk dresses. I hope you will make another movie set in Hong Kong and thank you for the pleasure you have brought to me you truly have a wonderful gift beautiful lady!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kathy <Harriskathy51@yahoo.com>
Lexington, Ky USA - Tue 29 Jun 2010, 00:21

Nancy Kwan has long been one of the most beautiful women in the world. She is also very intelligent and talented! I join her millions of other fans in thanking her for her wonderful contributions to us, through her work in films and television, as well as her other humanitarian work. Ms Kwan, may the Lord bless you richly, now and always!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mike LaMar <mlamar@isp.in.gov>
Danville, IN USA - Sun 27 Jun 2010, 05:17

Hi Nancy, I have never met you but we missed each other by 1 or 2 years in Europe. You dated an old friend of mine, Chet Thaompson. Please let me know what happened to him. Thank you. I use to fly for American Airlines.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
natasha popovich <angelfaye@aol.com>
san rafael, ca USA - Tue 15 Jun 2010, 22:48

I want to thank you for all the pleasure you have given. Your roles were done with such feelings that it brought your fans in to be part of the movie. Thank you so much.
Michael Brewer <Michael1101@sbcglobal.net>
Chicago, IL USA - Mon 14 Jun 2010, 22:01

How do we get a script to you that has a starring role JUST FOR YOU ! You have been my favorite for years and this script placed in the top 10% of entries in the screenwriting fellowship sponsored by the Academy of Motion Pictures AND the Chesterfield Competition sponsored by Spielberg!! It has real potential and I hope you give it a chance by reading it - at least. It would please your fans and draw the attention of the Academy voters.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
victoria-joy godwin <bigboptutor@yahoo.com>
Las Vegas, nv USA - Mon 14 Jun 2010, 16:20

At the first time I watched The World of Suzie Wong, I fallen in love with Suzie character. She was a naughty girl,very cute,full of brave and strong. That made me happy become a Chinese, hehe.. I know I'm just a kid, but my love for Nancy-sama is big. Keep on Going,Nancy-sama.. the flower with an eternal beauty...愛している。。。
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Stefanie Holim <NiHoNcHiLdTH@yahoo.com>
Indonesia, - Sun 13 Jun 2010, 13:32

Hello Nancy, I just watched the Flower Drum Song on Turner Classic Movies. I just wondered how you were doing and was glad to find you website. I am so sorry about your son. My brother has been HIV positive for over 20 years. I pray for him everyday. Thank you for your beautiful career.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
connie messina <connie@conniemessina.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Sun 13 Jun 2010, 01:23

I can't imagine not stopping my busy day to watch Flower Drum Song if it is on TV. It is such a feel good movie. I am watching it tonite as I read your website. Thank you
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Cynthia Edwards <cynthia1955@hotmail.com>
Silverdale, Wa USA - Sat 12 Jun 2010, 22:47

hello dear nancy . am following yur news and learned lately that yu hv given a conference entitled : My life before and after the world of suzie wong.And that it was successful. Nice title . Nice subject. keep the good work going. Keep well . Yu hve my ever lasting admiration. with best regards . camille
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
camille e sfeir <camillesfeir@hotmail.com>
beirut , lebanon - Mon 07 Jun 2010, 04:10

Happy BirthDay Nancy, thank you so much for all you have given us over the years I hope your happy and healthy always and wish the best for you and your family. P.S. you still look great
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Richard Taylor <rtaylor66@cox.net>
USA - Tue 25 May 2010, 16:52

My belated best wishes to our favorite Eurasian actress on the occasion of her birthday; hope it was a happy, healthy one for you, Nancy! As is my custom on May 19th, last night I watched a Nancy Kwan movie that I had never seen before: "Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N." It has taken me 44 years to catch up with this one, and I must say that, silly as the film is, I quite enjoyed it. Although Dick van Dyke gives an appealing performance, and Floyd the Chimp a remarkable one (possibly the best simian performance that I have ever seen!), Akim Tamiroff's caricature portrayal is something of an embarrassment. Ultimately, it is our Nancy who really does steal the show here. She is absolutely adorable as Wednesday, the native girl who Crusoe finds on his island, and her charades enactment is as cute as can be. Why any man in his right mind would want to return to "civilization" when he could abide in paradise and be married to a woman who looks like Nancy Kwan really does stretch the viewer's credulity, however. In the 1960s, this Eurasian starlet was one of the most beautiful that ANY continent had to offer! What a delight to see, in her recent CNN interview, that Nancy STILL looks fabulous today. Anyway, again, my best wishes for many more Happy Birthdays!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
NYC, NY USA - Thu 20 May 2010, 09:34

Hi Nancy. Happy Birthday and Oh My God !! it is already 50 years since yur lovely World of Suzie Wong enchanted the Whole World. keep well and take care. We always review the Film with my family.. Even Youngsters enjoy it . They say it is more Moving than the New Action Stupid Films..Bi for now and Many Happy Returns.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
camille e sfeir <camillesfeir@hotmail.com>
beirut , USA - Thu 20 May 2010, 04:50

Happy Birthday Ms. Kwan. I look forward to seeing you in Ka Shen's Journey. You have lead an interesting professional life and I would enjoy getting to know about your real life off the screen. Peace and Joy in your life.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Wayne A. Derby <iguide@ncia.net>
Bethlehem, NH USA - Wed 19 May 2010, 21:23

Happy Birthday Suzie Wong (Nancy Kwan), maybe you'd like a copy of Suzie Wong 2010? ;)
Leon P <fallonken@hotmail.com>
Manchester, USA - Wed 19 May 2010, 18:24

Wishing you a very very happy birthday, good health and lots of happiness always. -from a fan of yours for the past 50 years.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Joe Chen <syjcca@yahoo.com>
Toronto, Canada - Wed 19 May 2010, 14:52

Happy 71st lovely lady. Because of you, I have been happily married to my Vietnamese wife for decades! You opened my eyes to another world and another lifestyle--thanks.
steve graham
USA - Wed 19 May 2010, 00:09

Happy Birthday Nancy... Still as beautiful as ever.. I believe you once went to school in Glossop, England... I live not far from there in Oldham Lancashire UK Very best wishes Tim x
Tim <mooretim2237@yahoo.com>
Manchester, UK - Tue 18 May 2010, 17:35

Hi Nancy. You and I are of the same age. In 1960 I used to work at Beirut Airport and William Holden transitted on his way back from HKG. I liked the World of Suzie so much that I visited and stayed in HKG and esp Wanchai for a month. Of course I returned many times - lastly last Dec when I went to Beijing. My sympathy for the loss of Bernard. I also lost my son aged 20 in the eighties and I know.. Take care . Wish you long life and good health . camille
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
camille e sfeir <camillesfeir@hotmail.com>
beirut , lebanon - Thu 29 Apr 2010, 03:59

the world of suzy wong was and is a great film, and you have many fan clubs. it is a pity therefor that you dont read your own web site. when you were to visit hong kong you were invited to give an interview, and another invite to dinner, you never bothered to answer them, I understand with so many entries in your web site you would not have the time, but at least you could employ a secretary
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
john fleming <johnfleming32@yahoo.com>
hong kong, hong kong china - Thu 15 Apr 2010, 23:07

For those who're interested to find out more about Nancy, stay-tuned to tomorrow's CNN Talk Asia: ACTRESS NANCY KWAN ON THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG Wednesday, April 14 at 2030 Thursday, April 15 at 1130 Saturday, April 17 at 1900 Sunday, April 18 at 0330 & 1630 (All in Hong Kong time) Nancy Kwan was young and confident with dreams of hitting the big time, even when she was still an unknown 19-year-old ballet dancer. That all changed when she snared the leading role in the iconic 1960s movie "The World of Suzie Wong" after her first ever audition, eventually co-starring with Oscar-winner William Holden. On the 50th anniversary of the iconic film's release, CNN catches up with Kwan on a visit home to Hong Kong as she discusses the movie's longevity and the stereotype of Chinese women in Hollywood. Off screen, she also opens up on the heartbreaking death of her son Bernhard Pock from AIDS. Well I guess you have two choices. Either you just lie down and die, or you make up your mind you want to go on living. And thats it, you know, you face it, you have to go on with your life. Bernie will always be in my heart.
Lydia Tsui <lydia.tsui@turner.com>
Hong Kong, China - Tue 13 Apr 2010, 04:51

Hi Nancy: I have always enjoyed your Films, and your wit. I was also born on May 19th. Cheers Thomas
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Thomas Bryant <Bryantthomas@hotmail.com>
HK, Hong Kong - Mon 12 Apr 2010, 00:07

Hello miss kwan i've been interested in your life history the day glossop chronicle printed an artical about you about how you went to school in glossop.I'm British born Chinese but lived in hong kong ( sai Kung ) for 8 years then in glossop til now, I'm 33 now happily married got a beautiful daughter who is half English like yourself. I would love to hear from you about the days you were at school in glossop what was it like to be a Chinese student all them years ago in glossop,we might share some experience, by the way you are beautiful and talented and I hope 1 day my daughter will be as sucessful as you!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Wing yan <Yooneek88@yahoo.com>
Manchester, England - Wed 31 Mar 2010, 19:43

I will be out of town when you talk to the HK FCC on the 20th March - is there another opportunity to see your film and hear you speak while you are in HK? Kind rgds Tony Keenan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tony Keenan <tonykeenan"aol.com>
Hong Kong, USA - Sun 14 Mar 2010, 23:50

Hi Nancy, my name is Eric Sandoval, and I really liked what you did in Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story. I tried to find an agent or manager on imdb pro, but there was nothing. I've created a television crime drama with a character that I wrote specifically for you. The series is based on an actual period of my life 10 years ago, and is unlike anything that has ever been on television before. Do you have an assistant, agent, or manager that would be willing to read the two-episode pilot screenplay? I truly believe that you could bring a performance that would make Mary Lee the most unforgettable crime boss the world will have ever seen! At any rate, I added my website to this comment post. If you'd be willing to take a moment to look at my site, you'll see the amount of work and development that was put into this project. You're a tremendous performer, and I thank you for your time.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Eric Sandoval <eric@criminalvirtue.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Thu 11 Mar 2010, 16:25

Dear Nancy, Hello my name is Amelia and I'm writing from the Hong Kong Heritage Project, established in May 2007 by Sir Michael Kadoorie. We're an Archive of the Kadoorie Family and business papers and we collect oral history interviews from Hong Kong's community (over 350 collected so far) to compliment these records. We've heard that you will be coming to Hong Kong to participate in the Literary Festival on the 22 March, we're big fans here at the Heritage Project and believe your interview would make a wonderful addition to our collection, please do get in touch if you have the time and are interested in being interviewed about your life history. Please send me a mail if so and I will send across more information about the interview process. With best wishes Amelia
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Amelia Allsop <amelia@clp.com.hk>
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Sun 07 Mar 2010, 21:55

Nancy, My wife and I attended "To Whom it May Concern" Saturday night. We wanted to personally say лɹ for sharing your story - but the crowds got in the way way. We'll never be able to tell how much the telling of the story was helpful for you - but we know it will be helpful for many of us as we face the choices in our lives. We hope it will be available on DVD someday soon - we'd like to show our daughters someday. Beyond the lessons, it was wonderful to get to know you a little - and see all the snipets of old Hong Kong! Mike Trainor & Aleana Yiu
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mike Trainor <mike@trainors.org>
Los Altos, CA USA - Mon 01 Mar 2010, 12:00

Dear Nancy, Thank you for sharing your life's journey in "To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shen's Journey." It was very powerful and moving--I'm sure it is a project you won't regret! Gary
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gary McCue <gemccue@cs.com>
San Jose, CA USA - Mon 01 Mar 2010, 01:57

I was the camera assistant on "Rebellious" and I am so grateful to have met Bernie. He told me a great story that I use to keep things in perspective when I'm feeling frustrated. A story about a dog and a mirror. He also helped me buy my first motorcycle. I barely new him but really liked him. I can only imagine how he must be missed by those who knew him. If there is anything I can do for you, please ask.
Cynthia Ludwig <cynthialudwig@gmail.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Sat 27 Feb 2010, 04:09

Hello. My name is Jen, an asian american studies undergraduate at UC Davis. For our last paper in my current class, we have been asked to write about an Asian american portrayals in the media, and i am choosing to write about Flower Drum Song, a movie that i really enjoyed seeing in highschool. I was hoping i could interview Ms. Kwan for my paper. It doesn't have to be in person, and it will only be maybe 5 questions, a single email answering them would be more than enough. I gave my email with my contact, please contact me if you are interested! -jen
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Jen <jnyoshimura@ucdavis.edu>
USA - Thu 25 Feb 2010, 01:59

Hello there. I am trying to get in touch with Nancy - whom I have interviewed before for the South China Morning Post - for a feature article I am writing. could someone contact me please?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
Mathew Scott <mathewscotthk@gmail.com>
Hong Kong, China - Wed 17 Feb 2010, 05:23

Greetings Nancy, This is Michael Matsuda, president of the Martial Arts History Museum in Los Angeles. In 2000 at the Dragonfest Convention in Glendale, CA, we presented you with the Museum's Contributor Award on stage. It is the Martial Arts Hall of Fame "Funakoshi Award." You were the first to receive it. The Museum is putting together a series of books on the inductees and we would like to include a few photos of you. We just need a few black and white photos. Please contact me when you have the opportunity and I can go into detail on what we need. Thank you Michael Matsuda President, Martial Arts History Museum A Non-Profit 501c3 Organization MAmuseum.com 818 355-1109
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Martial Arts History Museum <info@MAmuseum.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Mon 08 Feb 2010, 16:08

Saw this and thought it might be of interest to you. Log onto: http://www.roh.org.uk/whatson/production.aspx?pid=13551 If you happen to be in London on 30th or 31st March 2010, perhaps, you may wish to go and see the performance about the life of 'Anna May Wong (1905-1961)', an actress you know very well.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
S.Ong <sunnyoyk@yahoo.co.uk>
London, United Kingdom - Tue 02 Feb 2010, 07:07

The most beautiful woman ever! The World of Suzie Wong was magic!!! I'm a composer. Here's a recent track that was inspired by Nancy: http://schicksville.com/Music/KwanLing-Solo2.mp3 John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Lawrence Schick <rts8@ptd.net>
USA - Tue 19 Jan 2010, 14:10

Well, where to begin Nancy! Since the very first time I saw you I realized you were very unique, I think it was the mid 1970's and I saw you in the Wrecking Crew. Since then I have adoringly watched as many of your movies as I have been able to. Now it is so many years later and I still know realize what a special lady you are. I am only partially oriental, however you set the standard for me in what the perfect woman should be like. When I was a child you were this pretty older woman... and alas now when I see you on the screen you are this very pretty young woman! You signify absolute perfection to me, and 35 years later I still feel you are the most beautiful woman on the face of the earth! I only wish I was old enough to have dated you. Love you Nancy!!
Dan <el.j.efex@hotmail.com>
TX USA - Tue 12 Jan 2010, 13:26

Just wanted you to know that I wasn't old enough to have a date with you when I saw Flower Drum Song....I was only about 7 years old....you have always been on my radar and I think there is a another generation waiting to discover you....I also had James Shigita on my radar when I saw him in a Western which he was a gun slinger....anyway best wishes to the both of you and I want you both to know that in the SAY YUP community of 1950's San Francisco Chinatown, you gave us kids hope that there was more than laundries, restaurants, etc outside of the "Golden Ghetto" of Chinatown. Long Life and Good Health in 2010...by the way, what happened to those Tai-Chi commercials???
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Robert SooHoo <navy77@cox.net>
San Diego, Ca USA - Sun 10 Jan 2010, 10:37

What a BEAUTIFUL actress Nancy Kwan is! I have enjoyed her in every movie she has been in. What a delight. God Bless Nancy!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Linda Mercaldo <Lnyc515@verizon.net>
Staten Island, NY USA - Thu 07 Jan 2010, 20:05

Dear Ms. Qwan, I am much older than you, but I find myself sitting here humming the Flower Drum Song, so thought I would let you know that at my house it lives on. Wishing you a Happy New Year and good health.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Elizabeth <lizzieredhat@aol.com>
Tucson, AZ USA - Thu 31 Dec 2009, 11:19

Dear Miss Kwan, It's my pleasure to send you a message here. Actually, I am writing to invite you for an anticipation of a cross-culture film project of TWGH, the largest charity organization in Hong Kong. I would like to inquire for the details that whether I should contact your agency to inform you the information for this project. Moreover, we are very desirous for your anticipation but we really need to confirm details of the film recently. Please reply as soon as possible and this would be a great pleasure for us having a chance to cooperate with you. Thank you very much. Yours sincerely, Monet
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Monet Au <aumonet@gmail.com>
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Fri 11 Dec 2009, 06:43

Dear Nancy,I was THRILLED to be able to attend the screening of Ka Shens journey.The night began with a great Thai dinner at Rockin Thai on Sunset.I thought I would be late.So, it was cool when the limo pulled up and your party arrived.(A little after 6pm).The film was excellent...I won't go into too much detail.Just wait until other fans see this...WOW!!...Best wishes for a Happy Holidays
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mark <peonybr@aol.com>
Pleasant Hill, Ca USA - Thu 10 Dec 2009, 04:10

Hi Nancy. I'm an astrologer from Australia. I collect the birth charts of famous people, so I would like to include your chart in my collection. I understand you were born on 19 May 1939 in Hong Kong, but at what time please??
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sy Scholfield <syscholfield@hotmail.com>
Brisbane, QLD Australia - Tue 08 Dec 2009, 07:14

Hi Nancy, I have been a fan of yours my whole life, and I'm even named after you! My mother is Korean and my father is Caucasian. My mother was born the same year as you, and I grew up watching your movies. She was one of your biggest fans. For asians in the '60s, I think it was really great to have an asian Marilyn Monroe-type role model movie star to look up to. You really made an impact on our lives! The only thing is I don't meet very many Nancy's my age. I was born in '67. You're still as beautiful as ever, and I still watch your movies!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nancy Cunningham <ncunninghamATalameda.courts.ca.gov>
Castro Valley, CA USA - Thu 19 Nov 2009, 18:25

Dear Ms. Kwan, It is truly an honor to corresponde with one of my favorite actresses of all time. I first saw "The World of Susie Wong" shortly after its release in 1960. I must admit that as a starry-eyed young man I was captivated by your charm and beauty. I have also seen many of your other films and believe you are one of the most beautiful actresses to have graced the big screen. Your performance in both "The World of Susie Wong" and "Flower Drum Song" were truly outstanding. In 1963 I had an opportunity to visit Hong Kong on two occasions and I fell in love with this most beautiful and exotic city. Just recently I visited China for three weeks and had an opportunity to visit Hong Kong for the first time in 46 years. WOW, what changes have occurred to this beautiful city in 46 years. Although it is much more modern than in 1963, it is no less charming and remains one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I wish you well in your career and thank you for the wonderful gift of your talent that you have shared with your many fans throughout the years. I hope to see you again soon on TV or in the movies. I remain a loyal fan forever. James Smith
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
James Smith <jamessmith20081@aol.com>
Pittsburgh, PA USA - Thu 19 Nov 2009, 13:02

Hello Nancy I am a fan of all your films. I lived in Kowloon Tong during the 70's. My friend lived in the same appartment block as you. We were always hanging around watching for you. Only say you once. Very best wishes for all you do in the future and congratulations on being on of the worlds finest people Paul
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Paul Edwick <pauledwick@hotmail.com>
SYDNEY, NSW AUSTRALIA - Sat 14 Nov 2009, 19:26

I saw the Robin Crusoe movie when I was about 12 years old, and immediately fell in love with Nancy Kwan. Later, I saw Flower Drum Song on TV, and was completely enthralled. I often thought, "Why can't I grow up right now and marry her?" I decided a long time ago, that if I had to live in a world where all the women looked exactly the same, I would want them to look like Nancy Kwan. She is my ideal of feminine beauty, to whom I compare all others. That's pretty funny, in a way; because I married a blue-eyed blonde, whom I simply adore. But growing up, Nancy Kwan was always my dream girl. Not only was she the most beautiful actress ever, but she was also very talented. I always enjoyed her performances. I haven't heard much about her lately. I hope she is doing well. Nancy, if you read this, thanks for some great memories, and God bless you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Larry Pittman <dixieman54@gmail.com>
Concord, NC USA - Thu 05 Nov 2009, 02:27

U R MY FAVORITE ACTRESS OF ALL TIME!I USE 2 WASH YOUR CAR DURING THE 60'S ! U WERE ALWAYS SO NICE AND FRIENDLY. A VERY CLASSY LADY!!!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
richard philip resnick <richardresnick65@yahoo.com>
porter ranch, ca USA - Sun 25 Oct 2009, 16:24

Ever since The "World of Suzie Wong" I've searched for you (or someone like you) the world over. I even found a real "Suzie Wong" - but holy cow - real prostitutes are not like the story and I went from the highest highs to the lowest lows before being cruelly smacked in the face with reality. Anyway, you are fabulous and thank you for sharing your story and your photos. - A not-so-secret admirer
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dr. Simon R Mouer <dr.mouer@att.net>
Austin, TX USA - Mon 12 Oct 2009, 06:07

Dear Ms. Wong, I saw the documentary you made, "Frosted Yellow Willows" about Anna May Wong, and it was fantastic!!! In regards to her TV show "The Gallery of Madame Liu-Tsong", the may be one way recover it; during the 1950's and 1960's, the U.K., Australia, and New Zealand were buying every American film and tv property they find---and Anna May Wong was very popular in the U.K. Perhaps there are copies at BBS or Southern Star? Again, your film was outstanding in every way!!! Best, Jeff
Jeff Kersey <jeffkb4@yahoo.com>
Sherwood, AR USA - Sun 04 Oct 2009, 17:18

Cool to find your web site, �Flower Drum Song� is great. But there are a few entertainers I would like to send best wishes to and you just happen to be the first. Also it is nice to see a pretty woman do such a good job on the big screen. P.S. I love San Francisco's China Town area and when there sometimes I think about you or I Jack Soo who did a great job as the night club entertainer
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Richard Balison <rgbalison@gmail.com>
San Jose, CA USA - Fri 02 Oct 2009, 08:30

DEAR NANCY THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG AND FLOWER DRUM SONG, I LOVE BOTH FILMS. I REMEMBER I WAS 6 OR 7 YEARS OLD WHEN I SAW THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG, AND I FELL IN LOVE WITH YOU.WHAT AN AMAZING BEAUTY.YOU STILL ARE!! I OWN FLOWER DRUM SONG, THE BEST IS TO HEAR YOU TALK ABOUT THE FILM. IT'S LIKE HAVING YOU WATCHING IT WITH ME. I ALSO OWN THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG. IS THERE A REASON THEY DON'T HAVE YOU TALK ABOUT THIS FILM AS YOU DID WITH FLOWER DRUM SONG? THAT WOULD BE FANTASTIC IF THAT COULD HAPPEN. I FELL IN LOVE WITH AN ASIAN GIRL BECAUSE OF YOU, IT WAS LIKE THE FILM A WONDERFUL LOVE STORY. THANK YOU GOD BLESS YOU FOR MANY YEARS TO COME. SAL
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
SAL CINNANTE <sjclvhd@msn.com>
LAS VEGAS, NV USA - Thu 01 Oct 2009, 04:25

I was "introduced" to Nancy Kwan via my favorite NK film as a young teenager, and totally enjoyed it. Only recently have I even seen another of her films (Flower Drum Song), and am trying to find Suzie Wong, since I want to see how she does in various other films. I was highly impressed by the fact of her shyness � an adorable trait that made her so endearing � which was shown when she appeared on What's My Line". The only other time I saw her, short of sticking my DVD or Robin Crusoe in the DVD player, was as a guest on a cooking show, where I learned she has quite the expertise in the field. It'd be great to meet her someday.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Garry Hickman, M.Div. <garry_hickman@yahoo.com>
Diamond Bar, CA USA - Mon 28 Sep 2009, 14:59

The World of Suzie Wong changed my life. I first saw it in 1961, 16 years old,and it started a dream inside of me of someday going to the far east. A dream later fulfilled - not to Hong Kong - but to Bali. You are so adoreable, and the most rythmic dancer I have ever seen , and such a naturel talented actress too. I did not see Suzie Wong again untill it came out on DVD, and now I watch it very often on the wall in my livingroom, since I have a LCD projector. That movie has some magic. It heals my heart when I am sad, and it gave me hope being sick from cancer. Ms Kwan, I love you dearly and you will always be in my heart. Alle the best PER CARSTEN, Composer/Arranger/musician NB I also like Flower Drum Song, but the other films you made er very difficult to get in Europe, since the are not released on DVD
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
PER CARSTEN <percarsten@freepost.dk>
Copenhagen, Denmark - Sat 26 Sep 2009, 17:43

hi nancy! i love your movies, so it's hard for me to choose a favorite. how are you spending your days lately?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
john <tall80@live.com>
new york, ny USA - Tue 22 Sep 2009, 05:12

Dear Nancy, If you recall The Free Life and the late Fred Marshall, please have someone contact me. Kind regards, Peter Favorite film: The Wild Affair
Peter Prentice <Popdown1968@yahoo.com>
Dorset United Kingdom - Mon 21 Sep 2009, 15:26

Ms. Kwan: I have enjoyed your many films and television appearances so it is truly difficult to choose. May I ask if you would consider attending public appearances such as the Hollywood Celebrity show held quarterly at the Burbank Marriott Hotel(www.hollywoodshow.com)? The next event is Sat Oct 10 and Sun Oct 11 with many stars of stage, screen, and television attending such as Leslie Nielsen. I know your many fans would welcome the opportunity to see you in person. It would be a great honor for me to have you autograph my original Flower Drum Song record album and another musical recording which I believe you may find quite intriguing! Please consider a public appearance for your many fans in the Los Angeles area. Thank you. Peace Pretty Lady. Mahalo. Alan K
Alan Keisner <keisnera@aol.com>
Los Alamitos, CA USA - Sun 20 Sep 2009, 20:51

I fell in love with Nancy after seeing "Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN." I was about 10 years old at the time. She must have influenced me greatly because I eventually married an Asian woman, although my wife isn't as beautiful as Nancy!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Craig <craigchild@hotmail.com>
Puyallup, WA USA - Mon 14 Sep 2009, 18:03

I was named after you :)
Nancy Kwon
Houston, TX USA - Wed 09 Sep 2009, 02:08

Dear Nancy, I am just leaving you a message to let you know how much your film The World of Suzie Wong has meant to both me and my mum. I was born in 1962 and my mum saw your film when I was a child and she told be all about it as I was growing up and gave me the book. I never saw it till years later when it came on TV and when I did I was so in love with it. It made me want to work in film and today I am a script supervisor and have actually worked with Angela Allen who was the continuity on Suzie Wong! I tell the story of the film to all my friends and they all go and get the dvd as I make them fall in love with it to. Well just wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart as this film has helped me through many bad times when I've been dumped or been away working and felt alone. More recently I had ovarian cancer and all my mates and me had a Suzie Wong night watching the film and it really cheered me up God bless you and who knows maybe one day I will be the continuity girl on a film you star in!! xx Laura
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Laura Goulding <nellynora@aol.com>
London, London United Kingdom - Tue 08 Sep 2009, 14:04

hi,dear nancy; this is pearce.how are you doing these days? i am still living in causeway bay, hong kong. i have desinged and built many websites for friends just for killing my times. and one of them is called www.fookmotung.com when you are free, please have a visit. google certified 9,400,000 clickers. say hello to norbert for me.
Pearce Tong <pearcetong@live.hk>
Hong Kong, CHINA - Wed 02 Sep 2009, 20:07

I fell in love with you the moment I saw you, you fostered an appreciation for asian beauty that I keep to this day.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jim Laviana <james_v_laviana@sbcglobal.net>
Waterbury, Ct USA - Tue 01 Sep 2009, 21:18

Dear Nancy, I am a UK-based writer and fan of Bruce Lee. I watched The Wrecking Crew with great interest to see your Bruce Lee choreographed fight scenes and enjoyed Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story. I know you probably get requests like this all the time, but would you be willing to answer a handful of e-mailed questions about your time on-set and in his company. Does 2010 film cover this at all? Thanks for your attention. Regards, John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
John Overall <info@bruceleereview.co.uk>
UK - Sat 15 Aug 2009, 20:02

Good Afternoon Ms. Kwan, I had the pleasure of briefly visiting with you this afternoon in a small shop in Chinatown. As I told you this afternoon, I was hesitant to intrude on your privacy and appreciate how gracious you were to my friend and me. You mentioned the documentary about your life and the possible November screening at a film festival venue located at Beverly and La Brea. I cannot find any reference to such a screening. Would it be possible for you to post the screening information on your website? My friend and I are very interested in attending if it is open to the public. Again, it was a pleasure to meet you and express my appreciation for your work. Sincerely, Diane McCracken
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Diane McCracken <ddmccracken@hotmail.com>
San Gabriel, CA USA - Wed 12 Aug 2009, 18:08

Have never seen world of Suzie Wong but remember you from the robin crusoe picture when it was rereleased in the 70's, What I find interesting, is that you don't look "dated" what I mean is, that you could be taken out of the 60's and put in this era and you would fit right in. your type of beauty is timeless thanks for letting me comment Ray Pena
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Ray Pena <blue.rose@cox.net>
Phoenix, az USA - Fri 07 Aug 2009, 15:53

Though I'm no longer a young man, your movies still make me yearn for the dreams of my youth. "The World of Suzie Wong" and "Flower Drum Song" are my favorites. These movies are what dreams are made of. I'm an unknown TV composer of background music. Here's a recent track in your honor: http://schicksville.com/Music/ExoticallyObsessed2.mp3 Best, John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Lawrence Schick <rts8@ptd.net>
PA USA - Mon 27 Jul 2009, 12:52

Dear Nancy, I'm a classical pianist at Royal College of Music in London (I trained to be a ballerina at Shanghai Ballet in China but changed profession since coming to the UK). This afternoon on BBC2 your film Flower Drum Song was on and I accidentally switched to this channel: what a wonderful movie and I cannot describe in words what a beautiful dancer as well as talented actress you are! Not even today has Asians produced or participated in any films like this, and yet you had done it almost 50 years ago! I was extremely motivated and inspired by your talent and achievement and it would be such an honour to meet you in person one day! Warmest wishes, Simone in London
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
simone wang <sea19861001@hotmail.co.uk>
London, UK - Sat 18 Jul 2009, 11:15

Hello Nancy I would like to interview you about Asian American experience with acting. I'm currently doing research at the University of Minnesota to increase Asian American actors on stage. I would really appreciate a chance to talk to you. Currently, I'm also participating in Mu's Flower Drum Song at the Ordway in St. Paul. Please let me know as soon as possible. I would really appreciate the opportunity. Thank You Yefei Jin
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Yefei Jin <jinxx125@umn.edu>
Minneapolis, MN USA - Fri 03 Jul 2009, 14:51

Dear WebMaster, Miss Kwan's audio-book, "McKnight's Memory" has just been released for downloading, but I lost your email address when I transfered data to my new pc. Please write me for details. Paul Kyriazi -
Paul Kyriazi <paulkyriazi@yahoo.com>
USA - Fri 26 Jun 2009, 13:01

Hi nancy, my offer to take you for lunch or dinner still stands, next time you are in hong kong
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
john flemking <johnfleming32@yahoo.com>
hong kong, china - Fri 26 Jun 2009, 01:38

I just watched The World Of Suzie Wong tonight, having ordered it from amazon. I had seen it maybe three times before, but what a job of acting Nancy does. And what a beautiful woman.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Davis C. Bruce <kb1pdv@earthlink.net>
West Dennis, MA USA - Wed 24 Jun 2009, 21:06

See you in the timeless picture Suzie Wong will always makes me happy and give a warm feeling to my heart. You are wondeful. All the best to you and your family, Andi
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Andi Morrison <thesearcher1@web.de>
Berlin, Germany - Wed 24 Jun 2009, 03:28

I find your site very informative.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Brookline, MA USA - Mon 01 Jun 2009, 04:56

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Pancevo, Serbia Serbia - Sat 30 May 2009, 13:48

Dear Nancy, Please more info on your very handsome son...ahh you're lucky. Farrah Fawcett once said that people would put bids on HER son by Ryan O'Neal but unlike in your case, the son didn't inherit the good looks of the parents. Is your son an actor too (he should be a model, I'd buy the poster!!)
Evangeline
Torrance, Ca USA - Thu 28 May 2009, 01:37

I'm biased- I like SW because of Nancy Kwan and Mr. Holden. Right now I am watching the PBS special "Chinese Hollywood". Growing up in the early '60's in Glendale, CA it was part of my landscape to be in L.A.'s Chinatown monthly- our dentist was there and we had a family ritual of dinner. Chinese Americans have been part of life for this boring caucasian and are, in my mind a major part of the country. I am thrilled that progress has been made for all people but pardon me if I like to see each culture's mystique- but I will always reserve a special place for my earliest exposure and embrace that a bit more- Ms. Kwan, you've been part of life and I thank you- please be here for a long, long time, OK? Bruce P.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Klimmen, Netherlands Netherlands - Mon 25 May 2009, 14:24

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
mary beavers <bilmarbea@aol.com>
clinton, md USA - Sun 24 May 2009, 13:02

Nancy, Your acting talents and beauty are legend. Good luck and God bless your career. Your example and contributions will never be forgotten.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
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Aarschot, Belgium Belgium - Sun 24 May 2009, 07:17

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Debrecen, Hungary Hungary - Fri 22 May 2009, 10:18

Dear Ms. Kwan, I just found out that May 19th is your birthday. Happy birthday! I just saw that PBS (channel 13 in NYC) will be featuring Chinese Hollywood next Wednesday at 9 PM. I am looking forward to seeing clips of all the Chinese actors and actresses who made their mark in Hollywood. I must say that I have enjoyed your two most famous films, the World of Suzy Wong and Flower Drum Song. By the way, do you visit New York often? Still a Fan, Barbara Chin P.S. My birthday is May 26th. No year please!
Barbara Chin <BMChin@aol.com>
New York, NY USA - Thu 21 May 2009, 23:08

Dear Ms Kwan, Every time when I go home to HK, I do the Star Ferry trip just so I could tell my wife or my daughter about your opening scene in "The World of Suzie Wong". Mr Holden sure was a very lucky man indeed, anyway won't bore you to tease with all the fan mail stuff. I saw your documentary on Ann May Wong last summer in National Portrait Gallery(London). I was truly touched & felt very proud to be a Chinese aboard for once. I am a photographer by trade & hope one day my work will leave a little mark behind like all of you do. Yours sincerely, George Ong PS: Naturally you are one of my Pin-up through out my art school days & still in my heart to this day.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Debrecen, Hungary Hungary - Thu 21 May 2009, 14:51

Liebe Nancy,auf diesem Wege Alles Alles Liebe zu Deinem 70.Geburtstag,vorallem Gesundheit. W�nsche mir sehr ein Wiedersehen mit Dir, liebe Gr��e auch an Norbert, Deine Gaby aus Innsbruck
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Toledo, Spain Spain - Thu 21 May 2009, 01:22

knew nancy at kingsmoor school for many years very sexy lady regards patrick downs
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
patrick downs <pat.downs@yahoo.co.uk>
manchester, ches england - Wed 20 May 2009, 15:18

I was all set to watch some Netflix movie last night when I realized that it was May 19th...Nancy Kwan's birthday. My main gal! And not just any birthday, but her 70th birthday! To celebrate this august occasion (I have said for years that we should not have to work on Nancy Kwan's birthday, but no employer listens to me!), I selected a video starring Nancy from the three I have at home that I haven't seen yet. In years past, I have celebrated Kwan's birthday with such eBay-purchased videos as "The Night Creature," "The Deadly and the Beautiful," "Walking the Edge" and "The Corrupt Ones." That left me with either "The McMasters," "Night Children" or "Project: Kill" to watch last night, and I decided on the latter one. And "Project: Kill" (1976) turned out to be not altogether bad indeed. In it, Leslie Nielsen stars as the head of a top-secret government department that trains men to be superkillers. This is achieved through the use of drugs and regular physical training. When Leslie realizes that his men are nothing more than government hitmen, not the defensive force he had envisioned, he tries to quit, and his second in command, played by Gary Lockwood, is sent to reel him in. Leslie does not have an easy time in dropping out of his former organization. He flees to the Philippines (this IS a U.S./Phillipines coproduction) and is pursued not only by Lockwood, but by Filipino thugs (led by the always dependable Vic Diaz) who want to kidnap him and torture him for the information in his head. His plight is made more difficult by the fact that he is coming off of the drugs that he has been injecting for years to turn him into a superman. While on the run, he meets a beautiful (and I DO mean gorgeous) Chinese woman, and so we finally get to see our Nancy, a full 40 minutes into the picture. For some odd reason, she falls in love with this mysterious, sweaty tough guy, and helps him with his withdrawal. It all culminates with a free-for-all on the docks of Manila, with the Filipino thugs and the cops shooting it out and lobbing hand grenades and with Lockwood and Nielsen engaging in a martial arts battle to the death. The two actors must push their thespian abilities to the limit to convince the audience that they really are lean mean fighting machines, and somehow DO carry it off, while Nancy stands on the sidelines and looks worried. In all, not a bad time killer, and certainly not the worst Nancy movie I have seen over the years. The video print that I have of this film looks terrible in the first 10 minutes (so much snow that it looks like the city of Manila is having a blizzard!), but gets much better looking as it proceeds. Anyway, happy birthday to Nancy Kwan, and long may "Hong Kong's Gift to Hollywood" reign!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ferber <ferbs54@yahoo.com>
new york city, ny USA - Wed 20 May 2009, 09:44

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Ms Kwan. You will probably never see this but I fell in love with you when I was 10 years old and you were 21 when making Suzie Wong. You opened my eyes to the orient and all of its wonders. I have now spent most of my adult years in Asia. I followed your career from that time until today. I hope you have a wonderful birthday with your family and friends.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bruce L. Gorst
Sasebo, JAPAN - Tue 19 May 2009, 23:32

Hi, Nancy, Happy Birthday !! Heard your birthday at FM 103.5 this morning, but they added two more years. Thank you for your works in Hollywood.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
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Ligatne, Latvia Latvia - Tue 19 May 2009, 16:33

Great movie and I liked Flower Drum Song too. I have the vinyl LP. Just a note to wish her a very Happy Birthday and many more. Also to say Thanks for the entertainment throughout the years. I have been a fan since the early '60s. Best Wishes!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gino Mazzarelli <ginomazzarelli@yahoo.ca>
Montreal, Qc Canada - Tue 19 May 2009, 08:10

hi, nancy ! i know that you are doing fine, this is pearcetong, your ex-partner of NANCY KWAN FILMS LIMITED haven't commuicated with you for many a days i have built more than 50 websites for various lines, if you have time, please have a look at www.pearcetong.com & www.fookmotung.com my regards to norbert. pearcetong.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
pearcetong <pearcetong@live.hk>
hongkong, ------- china - Sun 10 May 2009, 06:21

MISS KWAN, UR THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN THAT GOD CREATED. I AM 61 YEARS OF AGE AND I STILL WATCH MY ALL TIME FAV WORLD OF SUZIE WONG. YOUR FATHER AND MOTHER MUST HAVE HAD SOME BEAUTIFUL LOOKS BETWEEN THEM TO HAVE MADE A WOMAN OF YOUR BEAUTY. I WILL ALWAYS AND FOREVER THINK OF U AS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ON THIS EARTH. LOV KATHY
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
kathy elm <kelmseriousfitness@yahoo.com>
clearwater, fl USA - Mon 27 Apr 2009, 20:04

Nancy Kwan,you are truely preciously amazing.Most beatiful Chinese born women in the world.Hope I can see you someday in the future.
Aldrick Banks <aldrick.banks@gmail.com>
Beijing, China - Sat 25 Apr 2009, 12:43

I am 49 years old and my sister decided to make my a DVD, she had a few songs from Flower Drum Song, this reminded me of my Father who past away about 1 1/2 years agos. He love musicals and all movies and would take us to see them when we were children and you were the first person whom popped into my head. I also loved your work in the World of Suzy Wong and remember what a beautiful women you are, I am planning on renting both of the movie and having my daughter watch them, because as I did I know she you love them.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Lisa M Lovelace <Lisa_Lovelace@comcastcable.com >
St Paul, MN USA - Fri 17 Apr 2009, 22:20

My wife has always asked why I think oriental women are so beautiful. After looking up a movie I came across your site. You are the reason I think oriental women are so beautiful. I grew up watching your movies. I enjoyed learning more about your life. It should be made into a movie!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Chuck Turner <ct8589@yahoo.com>
Nashville, TN USA - Tue 07 Apr 2009, 03:35

Dear Nancy, I am the daughter of Gillian Radcliffe, I know you met up last year and just made mum's dreams come true after not seeing each other for so long. This year as you know it's mum's 70th and we're having a big surprize party for her with lots of friends from the past and present, pat and Sheila to name just two. It would be incredible if you could somehow find a way to join us in the UK in June. Failing that it would still be fantastic to get an email to read out at the party. The rest of our family would also love to meet you, maybe one day we'll be travelling to your country. As it is, please see if you could reply to this email, as posted above, mum know's nothing of our request, so please don't contact her directly! awaiting your kind reply in excited anticipation. Yours Sarah Loy (nee Woolstencroft)
Sarah Loy <loysar@googlemail.com>
Manchester, UK - Thu 02 Apr 2009, 09:34

Dear nancy, I am a great grandaughter of Loke yew, father is loke Yung Wai and grandfather Loke Wan Yat.I am a fashion designer and now based in HK for 7 years.I would love to meet you as i am a huge fan.....?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
amanda loke <amanda@amandarling.com.hk>
USA - Mon 30 Mar 2009, 17:21

I'd just like to say that meeting you in 1963 in Austria right after the birth of your son when I brought him a traditional red envelope from your friend Bernie Wu was a delightful experience. You couldn't have been more gracious, and I hope the years have helped assuage the sadness of your loss.
Fred <willerburn@comcast.net>
USA - Fri 27 Mar 2009, 00:59

Hi Nancy, you have been a favorite of mine since the 60's when I first saw "The World of Suzie Wong" I have the movie on dvd and watch it every chance I get. You were and still are a beautiful woman and fine actress. I've watched several of your other movies,all very good, but Suzie Wong is still my favorite. Wish you the best and would love to meet you some day. Jim Cirese
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
jim cirese <jmc3802@yahoo.com>
USA - Wed 25 Mar 2009, 11:21

Hello, Nancy! Right now, I am reading Richard Mason's book "The World of Suzy Wong". Though I haven't seen your famous movie I still want to see it on DVD. When I went to Hong Kong almost 19 years ago, the tour guide said "This is the famous place of Suzie Wong." It stuck in my head and thanks to the internet, I am able to find out more about the mythical, elusive Suzie Wong. You have been blessed with such beauty so as to give a face to the character. And it is an honor to be writing here in your page. God bless you always, Nancy!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
BLC
Philippines - Fri 20 Mar 2009, 11:00

I have seen a great deal of your pictures and I have always enjoyed your characters, especially in "Flower Drum Song," (nice voice)! Many thanks for the marvelous entertainment! All the very best wishes to you and your family.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Joseph Hoffman <Leatherneck56@gmail.com>
Northern, Ca USA - Thu 19 Mar 2009, 01:19

Fellow descendant of the Loke Yew clan (from his 3rd wife) looking to re-establish contact on behalf of the Singaporean/Malaysian branch whom Ms. Kwan had contacted decades before. We are compiling a genealogy and would like Ms. Kwan's input on her branch. We have recently updated the information on Wikipedia under the "Loke Yew" entry. Please contact the abovenamed for more complete and updated information on the family and establishment of bona fides.
Kok-Yong Tan <ktan@speakeasy.net>
New York, NY USA - Tue 17 Mar 2009, 13:46

I watched The World of Suzie Wong for the first time night before last and like so many others I fell in love with Suzy because of the many and varied talents and heart and beauty of the lovely Nancy Kwan. Thank you, Ms. Kwan, for your gift of love to the world. I visited Hong Kong when I was in the U.S. Navy; now I want to go back and find a Chinese girlfriend! God bless you Ms. Kwan.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Frank McGriff <frankmcgriff@att.net>
Joplin, Mo USA - Sun 15 Mar 2009, 18:36

3-14-09 Dear miss Kwan I fell in love with you the day I seen The world of Suzie Wong. I went in the United Sates Air Force and looked so dashing in my dress blues Love forever and a day JAMES
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
JAMES G. DEWANE <mdewane02@aol.com>
CAPE CORAL, FL USA - Sat 14 Mar 2009, 16:07

Dear Nancy, I have enjoyed your work for many years.At 13 years old in 1969 watching "Enjoy being a girl" was heart stopping.I woke up the next morning with a deep voice!!I live in the San Francisco Bay Area.Even though I am Italian/Irish I have had a srong connection with the chinese community in the city.My father had many chinese friends who would invite us to Red Ginger parties in the early sixties.Now I am part of the New Year Parade in the Dragon.I hope any one reading this will RALLY FOR NANCY TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SAN FRANCISCO CHINESE NEW YEAR PARADE 2011. TO COMMEMORATE THE !(^! REALEASE
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mark <peonybr@aol.com>
Pleasant Hill , Ca USA - Wed 11 Mar 2009, 04:17

You were so charming and appealing like no other!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Calvin Wong
USA - Mon 09 Mar 2009, 12:15

Hi Nancy, I met you at the Chinatown parade in January, and was wondering if there's any place I can send the pictures to you? It was a pleasure to meet you. -Joyce
joyce <joyce,yellow@gmail.com>
CA USA - Mon 23 Feb 2009, 08:08

Gee- I have actually "lived" this film in real life!!! (in Inchon, Korea- 1960's) Unfortunitly- that didnt last!! Soo- I now have "one" from Thailand!! Again unfortunitly- I met her in Monterey, Ca.- not in BKK!! Soo- what I want to say- I have the VHS tape- and watch it alot! Its so close to the truth!!(it happened to me!!) But- ive never seen Ms. "Wong" & wished I had! I,m 66 now & probably never will. BUT- she can be sure- I am a follower of hers!! And will be 'till the day I go!! "been there-done it!" My friends tell me that I should write a book!! "The world of Jimbo Al" ! HA! Too ole now!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
jim alpa <jimalpa@comcast.net>
colo. springs, co USA - Wed 18 Feb 2009, 17:07

Hey Nancy: Just caught you in FDS on TCM just now. Cool movie. Glad to see the ol' American-mutt melting pot is still working its magick, theatrical political (Obamarama) or otherwise. Hope all is well. JW
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Joseph Waldman <josephwaldman@yahoo.com>
Southfield, MI USA - Tue 17 Feb 2009, 22:42

Hi Nancy, I saw your movie'The World of Suzie Wong' tonight.This is a great movie and I like the story very much!:)You are very beautiful and special to wear a cheongsam(chinese dress) and you acted to Suzie Wong very well.I am the first time to see 60's Hong Kong. It is so different and old style.The ferry of 60's is same as now!!quite funny when I find out.:P Anyway, I like this movie very much!!Hope you have a nice day and Happy Valentine's Day!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Carly Yip <carlyyip@hotmail.com>
Hong Kong, - Fri 13 Feb 2009, 14:26

It's amazing to see someone of your stature who has attained success at an early age and carry it with such aplomb. I think success certainly gives you a different perspective to view the world in a different light, no? However did you ever keep from being jaded or put off by people after your breakout role? I viewed your editorial disclaimer: "I am not Suzie Wong." I'm aghast that almost 50 years later you are still explaining a character role versus a personality to the public. You know, I know nothing about you personally other than the snippets of info I've gleaned here and there but from your bearing it would seem that you might write a book on time management or self-improvement. I guess I am saying that I admire your success and sense of industry. And if you ever market vitamins, I'm buyin' some. The moss has't gathered on you yet!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Alex Hay <moxie4@hotmail.com>
CT USA - Sat 07 Feb 2009, 15:32

Hello Ms. Kwan, finally i saw your pictures and some clips of your movies. I have always wondered how u look like and what are u like. My Mom adores you, obviously that she named me KUANCY. I was born 1971 and honestly i haven't seen any of your movies yet BUT i am definitely going to get a copy of your movies. I wish u goodluck. My mom is back home in the Philippines were i was born and raised. What a great pleasure knowing you whom my Mom so adores . I hope u can write me back. Greetings to your family. Thanks a lot
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
kuancy <kuancy3304@yahoo.com>
los angeles, CA USA - Tue 27 Jan 2009, 19:50

Hi Nancy - simply put, you're stunning..!! Love your movies and your characters. As an animation lecturer, I'm amazed at your timing and subtlety in your early movies. Such oriental charm. Best wishes to you and Gong Xi Fa Cai (today is 1st day of CNY).
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Chris Shaw
UK/Singapore - Sun 25 Jan 2009, 21:03

Ms. Kwan, I was 18 years of age when I took a "date" to a local movie theater and saw "Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N." I just fell in love with you and your personality. After 41 years I still think that you are so very beautiful and talented. I am 61 years of age now, so I'm far "beyond" trying to be flirtatious. I'm just very sincere in my admiration for you. You're wonderful !!! David
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
JOHN DAVIDD FOX <FOXDAVID_89@ALLEGIANCE.TV>
SHAWNEE, OK USA - Wed 21 Jan 2009, 05:16

When Flower Drum Song was released in 1961, I was 18 then and fell in love with you, and over the years I still watch this movie often. I wish that we could have met in 1961, I know my life would have been different now. I still love watching you, you are the best then and now. If you can, please write back.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Larry Abrams <Larry9143@gmail.com>
San Antonio, TX USA - Sun 18 Jan 2009, 16:50

I was 12 when this film was released....touch me deeply...... Thank you
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
James Witt <lafeit2000@yahoo.com>
New Braunfels, TX USA - Sun 18 Jan 2009, 16:36

I own the video and dvd of Flower Drum Song. I loved you in "Fate is the Hunter and The World of Suzie Wong." I would love to see in more productions. You have a beautiful smile and have a wonderful talent in all the roles you had played. You go girlfriend!!!!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
penny black <blackpc20@hotmail.com>
morganton, nc USA - Sun 18 Jan 2009, 15:32

CHEERS NANCY! IT'S ROXANNE. MC MASTERS/SANTE FE.. YOUR STAND-IN. LOVE, BLESSINGS & HUGS. I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. THANK YOU FOR BEING SO KIND TO ME ON & OFF SET AND MOST GRACIOUS TO ME SO MANY YEARS AGO IN LAUREL CANYON. PS ENJOYED YOUR WEBSITE
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FL USA - Tue 13 Jan 2009, 14:10

CHEERS NANCY! IT'S ROXANNE. MC MASTERS/SANTE FE.. YOUR STAND-IN. LOVE, BLESSINGS & HUGS. I WOULD LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. THANK YOU FOR BEING SO KIND TO ME ON & OFF SET AND MOST GRACIOUS TO ME SO MANY YEARS AGO IN LAUREL CANYON.
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ST. CLOUD, FL USA - Tue 13 Jan 2009, 14:05

This is Benjamin Kaplan and I have always been a very huge fan of you for a very long time and I was wondering if you could send me a autographed picture of you as Linda Low at this address 123 Blueberry Road Charlottesville, VA 22911 thanks
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Benjamin Kaplan <benkaplan25@hotmail.com>
Charlottesville, VA USA - Wed 31 Dec 2008, 12:24

Don't know if this is your website or (more likely) someone elses, hosting it in your name...still, I was thinking of incorporating a particular R&H song into a script I am writing and to verify that my memory of the lyrics was correct purchased the new DVD of "Flower Drum Song", and as an unexpected bonus found myself in your company for several hours via your commentary (track) regarding the movie, "The World Of Suzie Wong" and your life. It was like being on a great date with a great person! I would recommend everyone here (smart people, all) purchase this DVD for a thrill of your own. Just sorry I'm too late to wish a Merry Christmas to you and yours, Ms. Kwan. A
Alex <alex3906k@yahoo.com>
New York, NY USA - Mon 29 Dec 2008, 20:43

Hi Nancy, Its hard to believe that i can write to you, after all these years when I met you in Sydney,at Park Regis about 1965? I was the one who baby sat Burnie and took some wonderful photos of him in Hyde Park and later some photos of both you and Harry M. Miller. I never did sell those photos as you asked me to promise, but Harry did use one of those photos in his book without my permission. But that is not the point. I often wonder how you and Burnie are? I do love your old photos though and i have never forgotten how sweet and kind you were to me. I welcome any letter if you want to contact me. I have a lovely wife Miwa and two beautiful girls, 7 (Airlie) & 3 (Tsubaki) that are so like you as it turns out...Love Stuart
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Stuart F MacDonald <babes@smilecity.org>
Robina,The Gold Coast, qld Australia - Sat 27 Dec 2008, 07:20

Hi Nancy; Mike. I thought that the movie you were in with Dick Van Dyke; Robinson Crusoe was great fun to watch,and I am sure you had great fun making the movie. You are one of the first major female asian star's that I saw on film. You are still very Hot;Sexy,and one Beautiful Honey Of an Asian Woman. Also Flower Drum Song. You were very good in that movie,and very Sexy. Hope to see you in other movies either made for T.V.;or on the big screen. Keep up the great work.xoxo
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Mike <longbeachmiami@yahoo.com>
Dallas, Tx USA - Thu 18 Dec 2008, 17:48

Good Day Ms. Kwan: When last I visited your site there was a effort underway to have a star place for you in Hollywood. Has that been accomplished, and if not what can now be done to assist in that endeavor? As with most of your fans I am constantly impressed with your stunning beauty then and now. In my mind the only woman that is more so is my wife who is Philippine.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Wayne A. Derby <iguide@ncia.net>
Bethlehem, NH USA - Fri 05 Dec 2008, 14:57

Hi Been using pearl cream for 20 yrs love it . Can no longer locate person who sells your product. Does anyone know where to buy pearl cream Thansk
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madison, tn USA - Sat 25 Oct 2008, 23:51

I thought you were hilarious in this movie with Dick Van Dyke, and watching it was one of my greatest childhood memories. It was a tough choice only being able to name 1 on my favorite Nancy Kwan films. I thought you showed great range on the character you played in "The World of Suzie Wong". Both movies are ones that I could watch over and over. Thanks so much for the wonderful memories these movies create.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Chris <chouse1963@yahoo.com>
WV USA - Wed 22 Oct 2008, 18:41

I am looking for a movie you helped produce. Anna May Wong - Frosted Yellow Willows. Can you help me?
Becki Stidham <becki@zoomtown.com>
USA - Mon 20 Oct 2008, 12:37

Visited Mario Machado yesterday, and when I mentioned my husband and I had started learning Tai Chi, he suggested I get your video on the subject. Can you tell me where I can find it? (I met you at a lunch Mario organized for the US Aids Foundation a few years ago.) Thanks.
Anne Megowan <asmegowan@aol.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Mon 13 Oct 2008, 10:26

Dear Nancy, Chinese American Heroes needs a photo from you for our website. The photos available from the Internet are all copyrighted. Thanks in advance for any help you can give us. Roger S Dong, Chairman, Chinese American Heroes
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Roger S Dong <rsdong@sbcglobal.net>
USA - Fri 26 Sep 2008, 16:56

Ms. Kwan, I am a 17 yr old Eurasian girl and you are my role model. I watched Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song and I thought you were so graceful and beautiful and I hope that I will become as elegant and pretty as you are. I looked at some of your recent photographs; you have aged so gracefully and are still very beautiful. I hope life has been wonderful for you all these past years and that it will continue to be. Do you think you will do any more movie roles? I would definitely come watch if you did!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Shen Lin <auda_sapere@yahoo.com>
USA - Sun 21 Sep 2008, 16:49

Hi Nancy Kwan. I am looking for: 'Famous Eurasians' and other -'Famous Mixies', to be my friend's/contact's. In the future; I 'd like (love) 'Mixies' to: 'Hold a license', so that: 'Any company/person, that wishes to deal in -'Import -Export'; has to come through US', which; 'd be 'fitting', because 'of our Ancestry'. Please join my 'MySpace' and 'Message me': www.myspace.com/michaelshenton Many thanks -in -advance -Mike.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Shenton <italia29882@hotmail.co.uk>
Leicester, U.K. U.K. - Tue 16 Sep 2008, 08:20

I saw your movie when it came out and I was just a couple of years younger than you were at the time. It changed my life. I'm married to a Nanjingren who is a med school professor at UCLA and it's because you stirred something in me that was inexplicable. I lived in Syracuse New York where the closest Chinese food was in Gannonoque Canada. I would have grabbed a freight train and gone to find you if I hadn't inherited some rationality. Next week I head for Beijing and on to Nanjing. I've been taking many classes in Hanzi. I don't think any of these things would have happened without what happened to me that day when you walked onto the screen. I would have killed to be William Holden. It wasn't just your beauty, you had something inexplicable that shone from inside you that captured what the best Chinese women have, something I've never seen in a Lao Wai. Thanks for listening, Rich Turner
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Rich Turner <garvey156@hotmail.com>
LA, CA USA - Tue 26 Aug 2008, 19:39

I e-mailed Nancy several times asking for an autograph and no replay! I don�t think she ever looks at this site and If she does never replays to e-mails. Not a good way to keep fans ! All I did get was lots of spam . I am very disappointed with her.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Does it Matter ?
Burbank, Ca USA - Fri 15 Aug 2008, 10:52

In "WSW" Nancy and Bill are depicted during a boat ride through Hong Kong harbor. At one point, Nancy says something to Bill and he laughs. Does anyone know what she said that was so funny?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nick Kierniesky <nikierniesky@mdwcg.com>
Cherry Hill, NJ USA - Wed 13 Aug 2008, 20:29

Dear Nancy: The last time you & I spoke was in 1990. At that time, I sent you a copy of my Company's Film Project, and told you that I was writing & casting the movie "The Tyrant". It took this long to finally raise the financing for the Film! Anyhow, I recent tried to contact you at American Film Distributors, but the telephone number was no longer listed. When you have time, please feel free to contact me at either (415) 418-0557 or (415) 293-8244. I hope to hear from youMs. Kwan!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Scott Anthony Stafford <newman94102@yahoo.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Thu 31 Jul 2008, 08:25

Dear Nancy, I wrote to you in July of 2006, regarding Bernie. I was hoping at that time, and even now, that you might tell me more. Something. Anything, really. I still feel confused about the last time I talked on the phone with him. It haunts me. Even so, I continue to imagine Bernie will just walk into the room and say hello after all these years -- with that beautiful smile of his. Often, when I encounter difficult situations, I imagine what Bernie would say. For many years I hoped that some film or other project would bring him back to NC Perhaps I'd hear from him and he'd be able to stop to visit and meet my family. That's what I hoped for, the last time we spoke. When I inquired, two years ago, I heard back from Bernie's friend Chris, but he was very busy and never replied again. If it would have been any comfort at all to your son, I would have walked across the country to see him -- just to be there and let him know how much I care -- if I had known. My nine year old daughter was asking me this morning about "Rebellious" on the DVD shelf, and I found that I couldn't explain this to her without tears. And, coincidentally -- if you believe in that - I am drawn back here, to your website, once again, two years later, again in the month of July. I have no explanation for why I feel so compelled to communicate. I am left wondering this: if there was one thing I might do today (reading a book, visiting a place, making a donation) to honor the memory of Bernie and to bring myself closer to him (besides reading the Tao Te Ching) what that might be? Perhaps I need to mention this, too. I'm sure you're familiar with the The Butterfly Lovers concerto? I know I spoke with Bernie (so long ago) about the beautiful ballet that was choreographed to that piece of music at the NC School of the Arts in the '80s. I am drawn, once again, to that music which I worked with, and I'll soon be playing it for listeners at the classical station where I work. Perhaps you have some important thoughts to share on this? If my remembering Bernie, for whatever reason, brings you any sadness or pain, I truly apologize. And I thank you again for the light that your wonderful son brought into my life. Sincerely, Terry
Terry Marcellin-Little <tdml@bellsouth.net>
Wake Forest, NC USA - Sun 27 Jul 2008, 03:21

I was sifting through some very old phtographs of my Kingsmoor school days and found a number of photos of Nancy with my friends Eric Chow and Barry Ibbotson (on whom Nancy had a teenage crush). The photos show a beautiful smiling happy girl and one that was destined for ultimate stardom.I have managed to see a number of her films and claim my 15 seconds of fame by announcing "I went to school with her"to anyone that would listen. She was a shininglight and can still see that impish grin. I wish her well. Michael Peace Kingmoor School from 1953 until closure.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael Peace <michaelpeace@talktalk.net>
Tadley, England - Tue 15 Jul 2008, 08:44

Had to add a comment on "The World of Suzie Wong". My wife (who speaks fluent Cantonese) and I consider it one of our favorite films. The chemistry between Suzie and Robert Lomax is electric! We also appreciated the fact that it was one of the first American films to actually cast all Asian actors in the Asian roles. We were a little disappointed that the DVD has no "making of" or commentary track, although on the commentary track for "Flower Drum Song" there is some discussion on the backstory of 'Suzie Wong'. But the film transfer is beautiful. "The World of Suzie Wong" is a charming, delightful film and Nancy Kwan has every reason to be proud of her work in it. She totally inhabits the role and is wonderful to watch. She is Suzie.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dan Brown <pwhatzit@verizon.net>
Long Beach, CA USA - Fri 11 Jul 2008, 20:01

I really enjoyed the movie (the wrecking crew) and I thought you were awsome though I was only a kid then; but I would love to see the movie again and I think you are an awsome actress. Keep doing what you are doing and may you live many more years to come; your fan James.
james fillmore <jfillmore@sktc,net>
USA - Sat 05 Jul 2008, 05:03

Beautiful Nancy Kwan, after watching Flower Drum Song for the first time in a long time and watching Nancy sing "I Enjoy Being a Girl", I had to look you up on the net. I am glad you are still living and still beautiful. I fell in love with you watching both of those classic movies from '60 and '61 as a 9 or 10 year old boy growing up in Ohio. Thanks for the memories Nancy. I know you are loved by many and are as classy as any. Thanks for being you!!! A big fan, Robert S. Mundorff
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Mundorff <Mundy307@neo.rr.com>
North Canton, Oh. USA - Tue 01 Jul 2008, 21:17

I LOVE YOU
SHIRIN YAZDIPOOR <SHIRIN.YA80@YAHOO.COM>
RAFSANJAN, IRAN IRAN - Tue 01 Jul 2008, 10:42

I LOVE YOU
MAHDIYEH MOHAMMADI <mohammadi423@yahoo.com>
RAFSANJAN, IRAN IRAN - Tue 01 Jul 2008, 10:41

I LOVE YOU
JALIL GOLESTANI <jalil_623@yahoo.com>
RAFSANJAN, IRAN IRAN - Tue 01 Jul 2008, 10:40

Dear Ms. Kwan, I have been a TV Editor for about 20 years and I saw "The World of Suzie Wong" a number of years ago and remembered the movie very well. Recently, this week in fact "The World of Suzie Wong" was playing on TCM. The movie was more beautiful than I ever remembered. The character you play is very beautiful on the inside and out. Also she�s very funny with out even trying. Movies can mean different things to you at different times in your life I guess. In the past I have met a lot of people in this business and from what I read it would have been nice to have met you. You seem like a delightful person and I am sure you have a lot of funny store to tell. All the best, Jay Evans
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jay Evans <jayevans2010@yahoo.com>
Sherman Ocks, CA USA - Thu 26 Jun 2008, 20:50

Like a lot of American men of my generation, I was absolutely floored by my first sight of Nancy Kwan in that yellow cheong-sam. Dear lord, what prodigious beauty!It left me with a powerful attraction to spectacular asian women that has frankly never equalled the sheer voltage produced by my initial on-screen sighting of the exotic, erotic and utterly peerless Suzie Wong. Do the masculine half of humanity a big favor, Nancy, and live forever!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gerry <tbarnes29@comcast.net>
Ardsley, PA USA - Thu 26 Jun 2008, 15:40

last week, i watched "flower drum song" at a friends home and all i can remember was how beautiful nancy kwan looked ..she's the most beautiful, graceful and sexy lady i've ever seen in all the hundreds of movies i've watched.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Lester Lai <lester_yk_lai@hawaii.rr.com>
Honolulu, HI USA - Wed 25 Jun 2008, 19:49

Back in 93 I was able to attend the film ''Dragon The Bruce Lee story'' In Hollywood. After the film I attended the after party. I went into the huge tent that the had for the cast and crew. I made my way over to the food area, and who bumps into me, Its Nancy! I was so surprised! She said she was sorry and so did I. she looked so stunning and great for her age. Def a very Beautiful women.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Loren <Guerrillafilmpro@aol.com>
Mountain View, ca USA - Tue 24 Jun 2008, 02:01

THE FLOWER DRUM SONG WILL BE ON AT 1130 PM ON TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES JUNE 24TH
CHRIS
USA - Mon 23 Jun 2008, 17:22

THE FLOWER DRUM SONG WILL BE ON TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES AT 11:30 PM EASTERN STD TIME ON TUESDAY JUNE 24TH
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
chris
centreville, va USA - Mon 23 Jun 2008, 17:21

I love this movie. In fact I have it recorded on my DVR to watch. Nancy is so beautiful. I love the scenery in this movie, along with the beautiful dresses the girls wore. She's one Beautiful Lady.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dian <dian1045@verizon.net>
Hemet, Ca USA - Sat 21 Jun 2008, 00:48

Watched scores of movies all thru the years and never have i seen as lovely and talented an actress as Ms. Kwan! She reminds me why I allways have loved Hong Kong girls!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William Bevis <tmartinez911@hotmail.com>
woodhaven, ny USA - Fri 20 Jun 2008, 22:51

I have been in love with you since the first time I saw you in "The World of Suzie Wong". I was a high school senior in 1963 and you immediately made me want to go to Hong Kong in the hopes that I could meet you. Your performance was wonderful in that film. I bought the last two copies of it some years ago and I continue to watch it over and over again. Wish with all my heart that I could have met you. John V. Burke
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Burke <John0003@bellsouth.net>
Charlotte, NC USA - Fri 20 Jun 2008, 21:49

Nancy Kwan & Family, Although everyone mentions 'World of Suzie Wong' in which you were fantastic, my favorite is black & white 'Fate is the Hunter' because you were beautiful as well as wise in your view about life as what you make it and the beauty in death as a result of humane compassion. Thank you for your contributions to the movie profession. From the Phillippines to Asia~
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Inesia <abarila11_@hotmail.com>
San Francisco, c USA - Fri 20 Jun 2008, 15:41

Hello there Miss. Kwan. I just saw your film..."The World of Suzie Wong" and I was amazed by both your beauty as well as your portrail of the life of a young woman in the orient who was very special and wanted more out of her life than the hand of fate had delt to her. Her honesty and heart of gold was as touching as it was delicate and memorable. What a warm and rare feeling that is. I have seen you before, in films such as "The Bruce Lee Story" and I wondered to myself just who this awesome beauty really was. I have also seen you as the spokes-woman for several beauty products as well......and may I say; that you do seem to come from an entirely ageless stock!! I major in Biology Miss. Kwan; I know genetics here quite well......and it dosen't take a PhD. to tell you that Asian women do seem to have the fountain of youth contained within their make-up; and let me tell you that you certainly do not disappoint!!! Your beauty is in a class all it's own. I am impressed; to say the least. Thank you for the most intresting and emotionally deep preformances that you have given us in the past as well as today! If the title of this web-site is an actual fact; then Hong-Kong's loss is most certainly America's very rich gain!!! Love, John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Susoeff <hakenscruz@aol.com>
Yuba, CA USA - Fri 20 Jun 2008, 06:21

You are my favorite oriental actress and I have seen you in several movies and TV shows. First seeing "The World of Suzie Wong" in the theater at Pearl Harbor as an 18 yr. old sailor, helped to instill a fascination and love of the oriental culture in my life. Though never making a West Pac cruise during my naval enlistment, the desire to see the Orient always stayed with me. Finally, in 1985, my employer sent me to Korea on a project and I was to spend approximately 60% of the next 20 yrs. in and about Asia. I have the utmost respect for the people and cultures of the counties I've been fortunate to have visited and lived in. I am also fortunate to have a Chinese-Thai wife. Thank you so much for your work and what you gave the public. And, thank you for what you did to an eighteen year old sailor!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
James Gallagher <james.gallagher@cox.net>
Chandler, AZ USA - Tue 17 Jun 2008, 21:05

i would like to know where i could get a poster, or singed picture of anna may wong. i have been to hong kong 8x last time 2004 i enjoyed your nartive about anna may wong
james hoard <cancercrabpeoplepc.com>
lv, nv USA - Fri 06 Jun 2008, 16:19

Hello Nancy, for my generation you were our image of the beautiful, powerful, asian, woman, (Flower Drum Song) no one could have done "I enjoy being a girl" better, it is one of the great moments in American cinema. I know you are a fine actress, (the world of suzie wong) and over the years have viewed your performances on film and with your documentary (narration) about Ana Mae Wong, I revelled in hearing and seeing you again. As a woman you are one of my icon's ( I am 56) I think you are so talented, and always wanted to see you in more roles on television, and the films. What a delight in The Bruce Lee story, when you popped up as the Restuarant owner, it was like seeing an old dear friend and you took over the screen as usual, you were perfect, "dishwasha" that distinctive line from the film, you both made me laugh and made the serious point all at once, it was a pivotal scene and of course you raised the bar... nevertheless, so glad this site exists to tell you, that we can never see enough of you and your productions and your acting. So now I am looking back through the IMDB, for all your films and doing my own little film festival, and catch up on what you will be performing/producing in next. You look great, love that you are a producer as well, you must have directed, oh, I am so out of the loop, so much to review...I could sing your praises but it would just be the tip of the iceberg your talent is, but I will come back later...as a woman, from the 60's and 70's you are emblazoned as one of the pioneers, the one the only Nancy Kwan, you just light up the screen. ( it is so hard to pick one film in the list above) you were breaking out of the usual roles, the audience could tell there was more in there, more to be said, and you surpassed it, I chose flower drum for favorite film, but I have to catch up so that may change. I so enjoyed flower drum, because I discovered you and because you just stole it, you were everything that is alive, full of energy, young, sexy, powerful, woman, wow, I wanted to be you...I could go on and on, but mostly, you have always brought it, I knew I would get my entertainments' worth if you were involved in the film. It is so good to see you doing so well, and being appreciated all over again... Take Care, Patricia Chappell
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Patricia Chappell <chappep@ml.linnbenton.edu>
albany, OR USA - Thu 05 Jun 2008, 21:00

still one of the top 5 beautiful women in the world
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
john <joeyandjohn@verizon.net>
syracuse, ny USA - Mon 19 May 2008, 12:08

Ms.kwan you are the most beatiful asian lady that I admire since i saw your movie I fall in love with you ever since I have pictures of you when you film the movie the world of suzie wong I married an asian girl who is beatiful not in the insite but in the outsite as well, you remind me of my wife. thank you sincerely, mr franciosa. ps. i hope some day i will meet you in person i live in the los angeles area.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
tony franciosa <westpointacademyle@sbcglobal.net>
TEMPLE CITY, CA USA - Wed 14 May 2008, 18:42

Ms.kwan you are the most beatiful asian lady that I admire since i saw your movie I sall in love with you ever since I have pictures of you when you film the movie the world of suzie wong I married an asian girl who is beatiful not in the insise but in the outsite as well, you remind me of my wife. thank you sincerely, mr franciosa. ps. i hope some day i will meet you in person i live in the los angeles area.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
tony franciosa <westpointacademyle@sbcglobal.net>
TEMPLE CITY, CA USA - Wed 14 May 2008, 18:39

I came to know you because my Oral English teacher.He like you very much.He recommend us to see your movie. Last week we watched The World of Suzie Wong.It is so great.You are very beautiful.I am proud of you.Thank you for showing a good Chinese image to foreigners.I admire you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
kenmy <licanmeikenmy@163.com>
guangzhou, China - Tue 13 May 2008, 23:23

Loved your acting in the "World of Susie Wong" one of my favorite movies not to mention that you are one beautiful women. I'm glad that your live went well and your are enjoying all that life has to offer. You are the best Nancy. A fan always, Jon
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
jon <jcraw10686@aol.com>
USA - Mon 12 May 2008, 18:12

When I look back at my childhood I have fond memories, and when I think of your brilliant movie "The world of Suzie Wong" I get butterflies because it all rushes to my head as a child watching that movie thinking how beautiful you are. I LOVED your movie Nancy. Im a huge fan!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Taua Leofa <taualina_71@hotmail.com>
Brisbane, Qldstralia Australia - Sat 10 May 2008, 10:06

Nancy, I posted a comment back in 2003 with my old email address. I ran into old friend of mine, gave him myspace address, he lost it and googled my name to find it. Google listed your site with this heading "I ran into snags because my old friend didn't have a myspace which I was sure he would have had he was a ...... Britton Tallaksen ..." My friend now has my myspace address, but someone else I used to know is looking for me. I can not find the comment on your page and I wish I knew how to kind out who was looking for me. Please, Nancy, leave this comment up. I know it does not have antthing to do with you, but I hope by re-posting, this person may find me.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Britton Tallaksen <arcaneoddities@hotmail.com>
Wood Ridge, NJ USA - Sat 10 May 2008, 00:47

The Suzie Wong film is breathtaking. I've seen it about ten times.She looks a little like Audrey Tautou, her eyes and upper lip, when she talks. But anyway I adore them both.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Timo Floman <timo.floman@elisanet.f>
Helsinki, Finland - Tue 06 May 2008, 16:00

Do people here understand this is a Nancy Kwan fansite and not her personal website? I don't think Nancy checks comments here and emails people.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bill <billnbeth96@yahoo.com>
Cerritos, CA USA - Thu 01 May 2008, 02:38

Hi Nancy please send me your email address and phone numbers, I would very much like to contact you Love and kisses Ignacio
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ignacio Arcaya <ambassador@arcaya.com>
Caracas, Venezuela - Thu 24 Apr 2008, 16:30

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yznwpqrlx, CA USA - Wed 23 Apr 2008, 11:11

The film is our mascot for our Hong Kong Flotilla Association, we crewed the gunboats of thebritish Royal Navy that patrolled the waters of hong kong. I met you in Anderson and Partners so long ago it was B.C. Have been in quite a number of films myself, but never had the fortune to make one with you. all the best for the future. maybe one day when you are back in hong kong I can treat you for lunch. regards, John Fleming
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
john fleming <johnfleming32@yahoo.com>
hong kong, china - Thu 17 Apr 2008, 07:50

Hi Nancy. Its your cousin Andrew here (Andrew Carpenter)..we share the same Grandmother. I'm sorry to bother you but I wonder what you remember about the time that you met Noel Coward..its of considerable interest to me and it'd only take a couple of paragraphs from you. I thought of asking keung for your email but I thought it was wrong to do so. Dad is going into hospital for heart surgury on Thursday..I know they'd love your best wishes, Good luck Nancy...Ollie tells me how lovely you are...when I was laying in my Army hospital bed all those years ago when we spoke..I agree with him..Mum (Ros says so too) P.S Do you want some pics of Granny? I've got loads of her. I wonder if you could ever imagine how proud she was of you...and how much she loved you till the end...Cant you put a picture of her on your website...I'd be so proud if you did...She was a beautiful lady who loved every one of her grandchildren. God bless Nancy Andrew
Andrew Scott Carpenter <andrewhk_@hotmail.com>
cauterets, france - Tue 15 Apr 2008, 20:53

Ms. Kwan, I am an old friend of your son, Bernie. We met in Honolulu when he was here filming and spend many wonderful days together. Whenever he returned, we would catch up on what we both were doing. I always bought crack seeds for him to bring back to you. He had once told me how much you enjoyed them. Last night I saw you on a Hawaii talk show about Diamond Head Theater's Flower Drum Song, which I will be going to tonight. I thought I'd try to look up how I could get in touch with Bernie again. I was so shocked to find out he was gone. Of course, it has been many years since we communicated .... he will always hold a special place in my heart! He was very kind, full of love and wonderful man. The world will miss him.... Karyn
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Karyn Wakamoto <karyn44@hotmail.com>
Honolulu, HI USA - Sat 12 Apr 2008, 22:26

This is Benjamin Kaplan and I have always been A very huge fan of yiu for a very long time and I was wondering if you could send me a autographed picture of you as Linda Low at this address 123 Blueberry Road Charlottesville, VA 22911 thanks
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Benjamin Kaplan <benkaplan25@hotmail.com>
Charlottesville, VA USA - Wed 09 Apr 2008, 19:54

Great website, keep up the good work!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Sam Fong <sam@celestialgardens.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Sat 05 Apr 2008, 11:47

Dear Nancy, I just watched The World of Suzie Wong. It is an awesome movie. In real life we met as your characters did and we fell in love. Now like in your movie we will live together in love forever and ever. Thanks for a great movie about our real life. Ale
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
ALE NATE <NATE2121@EARTHLINK.NET>
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - Fri 21 Mar 2008, 08:05

Hello Nancy. Just saw The World of Suzie Wong for the first time in forty years or so. I am gratified to find that you are still alive and that I can send you this thank you note for your fine portrayal of the character Suzie Wong. May God watch over you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dale Raby <daleraby@gmail.com>
Green Bay, WI USA - Thu 20 Mar 2008, 21:11

In 1963-1965 I directed the Peace Corps in North Borneo. I had the pleasure of having drinks one day with Mr. Kwan, a most delightful memory for an old man like me. I have written a memoir and mention the fact that Mr Kwan was the architect for several buildings in Jesselton as well as mentioning that I had drinks with him. I would like to ask Ms Kwan if she would approve such comments in my book. I would forward CC FYI
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Charles W. Parton MD <candt@surfglobal.net>
Mill River, MA 01244 - Fri 07 Mar 2008, 17:28

My Senior Editor and I watched a movie Biker Poet that was by and about your son. We would like permission to use a couple of quotes and a couple of pictures for a reviw that we are doing on this. My senior Editor is K.Peddlar Bridges and he a columnist for the Connecticut Cruise News Newspaper and motorcyclegoodies.com. He is also the former BikerPoet Laureate. Please send information on how we may contact Nancy Kwan or her representative. We would also like to do a short interviw with her regarding the project if possible. Thankyou for your time and consideration. My pen name is MarySusan Williams-Migneault RoadHousePress 100 Cummings Center Suite 342-H Beverly, MA 01915 978-406-3757
Susan Migneault <rdhousepress@aol.com>
Beverly, MA USA - Sat 01 Mar 2008, 22:49

Like a favorite fairy tale that lingers in the mind, the World of Suzie Wong caught the imagination of film enthusiasts a long time ago and has never let go. Not only a touching story, very much like "Sayonara", it gave us Nancy Kwan at her most delectable, in the role for which I suppose she is best known. Nancy was then an Asian version of Natalie Wood, just adorable. There've been many turns of the road since then, and tragedy, but she remains in our hearts as "Suzie".
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bill Jordan <wjordan@wkrg.com>
mobile, al USA - Sat 09 Feb 2008, 12:50

Besides Audrey Hepburn, Ms Kwan is my all time favorite actress who 'knocked 'em dead' the first time she hit the screen. She has a quality all her own that cannot be matched by any other. I have seen her films multiple times and I never get tired of seeing her on the screen. And besides that, she does tai chi just like myself. I am totally happy to have found this web site. Sincerely, Ken
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ken Myers <kenmyersmusic@yahoo.com>
Bedford, OH USA - Fri 08 Feb 2008, 22:07

Sorry to say but I don�t think anyone has gotten a response from Nancy from this board. Its just a waste of time. Has anyone gotten a replay from Her ?? ANYBODY ??
steve jordon
USA - Wed 06 Feb 2008, 02:30

Dear Ms. Wong, I have tried every product low to high end under the sun, and nothing compares to the results I received with your Pearl Cream. Could you please let me know where I might locate it. I am 46 and considering desperate surgical measures. Please help!! I would be so grateful!! Sincerely, Susie Nasem
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Susie Nasem <snasem@kw.com>
Midwest City, Ok USA - Tue 05 Feb 2008, 18:44

I love you Nancy !
Johnny Carson <Carson@yahoo.com>
malibu, CA USA - Sun 13 Jan 2008, 01:22

Dear Mrs Kwan. My Name is Tommy Salvato..I only met you once..Your son was my best friend at University High. When I first met Bernie he was scaling the wall of the art class we had together, The wall was tight stone with relatively no play to get a grip on yet Bernie was at the top where the wall meets the ceiling in no time. I used to come over to your house in Westwood and Bernie and I would practice kung fu. I always remembered Bernie showing me buckets filled with sand which he would plunge his fingers into to make the callous build on his fingertips. We would practice in your court yard "full contact" Bernie had a wicked speed that always took me off guard.Many times I was on the ground and Bernie was helping me back up for more punishment.I had a roundhouse he used to love to watch. Bernie and I stayed in contact as much as possible..I always checked up on him in trade papers since we both pursued careers similar in entertainment. Bernie was a close friend of mine in a very important time of my life. We used to sit at lunch and talk and he always was a good ear when I told him about how indecisive I was while growing up not knowing what to do with my life. He had chosen to be a stunt man but I was fixed on trying to be a rock star which had no concrete foundation in reality..but Bernie always told me to" stay focused and I would rise above the rest". Your Son was my best friend in a split second of time. We both were outcasts in a wierd way because we saw the hypocrisy of High School life. Bernie had enough credits to graduate in the first month of the 12th grade but he rode out the year of 12 for the fun of it he said. I watched him through Streets of fire..and Wayne's World I met him a couple times when I was pursuing a career as a background painter for sound stages..Hollywood is a fishbowl and I always knew that eventually Bernie and I would connect back up and start our Martial arts again.or just sit around and talk smack about how many fools are in this world.I met you very briefly when Bernie introduced us when I came over one day..He had all these spears with red tassels behind his bedroom door it was Bernie who told me the history of the tassel on the spear to confuse an opponent to where the spear head was...I left after he fed me lunch and I never saw you again. It's been 15 years and the Internet,,I was watching an old re-run of the first Mission impossible where Tom Cruise was scaling a mountain and I jumped up to find my old friend on Google search and contact him and tell him I missed him and was thinking of him. I ran into snags because my old friend didn't have a myspace which I was sure he would have had he was a charismatic celebrity who would have used the site to network his star to huge greatness..I kept looking and couldn't understand why the only Bernie Pock kept coming up passed away...I kept looking then found an article,, I stopped. I loved Bernie as a friend I could always call or write or bump into and we would have been right back in your courtyard practicing martial arts and laughing ....I'm sorry......Your Son meant a lot to me as a friend. I only met you once...But your Son changed my life.at one point in time,,for a split second,,he was my best friend.. Tommy Salvato
Tommy Salvato <ponyblock@comcast.net>
ashburn, va USA - Sun 30 Dec 2007, 22:43

Dear Nancy, I can't believe that I'm leaving a comment for you! A star from one of my favorite musicals!I recorded The Flower Drum Song off Turner Classic Movies. I've watched it at least 8 times. The songs are catchy. Fan Tan Fanny is one of my favorites. I go around singing it to myself. I want to tell you how much I enjoy watching The Flower Drum Song.-Melony
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Melony Verucchi <ayrshirelassi@aol.com>
Lafayette, LA USA - Sun 30 Dec 2007, 16:27

nancy, I wonder if you will ever know how many people you have influenced in your life? you have truly achieved immortality. I wish you happy memories. which are - to me, the most important thing in life.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
bangkokbuddy
USA - Mon 24 Dec 2007, 03:43

I have met ms nancy kwan at the AFI film festival for howllywood chinese screening i myself is an asian actor and i was so inspired by her talent and determination. i am very encouragged by her thank youy
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
kazu nagahama <lucky1boy@hotmail.com>
los angeles, ca USA - Sun 09 Dec 2007, 21:34

First of all, the "crazy" poster is correct. I don't think Nancy goes on this board and reads email here, the comments should be what we fans think of Nancy and her movies. That said, the "crazy" poster should not be putting up junk on the comments board. Just re-watched Suzie Wong - what a great vehicle for Nancy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bill Navarro
USA - Tue 04 Dec 2007, 21:19

DO not leave your email address! All you will get is lots of spam and no replay from Nancy ! I don't think she even reads this board !!
Al Veeh
USA - Sun 02 Dec 2007, 13:11

I learned about you in my Asian American Studies class!!! You totally inspire me!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jannie Li <jelli@ucdavis.edu>
San Francisco, CA USA - Wed 28 Nov 2007, 04:16

Dear Nancy, I watch "The World of Suzie Wong" over and over again. I cry each time you climb that mountain looking for your son. I also enjoy "Flower Drum Song". You are such a great talent. Thank you so much for the enjoyment I get every time I watch your movies.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Diane Webster <ldydi1942@comcast.net>
Elk Grove, CA USA - Wed 21 Nov 2007, 13:19

Dearest Nancy I miss you! I am so sorry I could not make the appointment with Brian and you in L.A. I was so looking forward to it. Today, I sent him the dvd's of your interview with me on The Works here in Hong Kong. I hope he can pass you a copy if you don't already have one. I hope to see you soon again. All my best wishes. Love, Lorea x
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lorea Sola <lorea@lorea.com>
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Tue 20 Nov 2007, 04:10

Dear Nancy, I see a small resemblence to Lucy Liu, who is lovely, but not so beautiful as you. You struck a chord in all of us when you played the role for which we all remember you... Suzie Wong. That character appealed to us on many levels, not just because of your physical beauty, but because of the person we saw in her. Her vulnerability. The need to protect her. A male instinct, I suppose. Perhaps, like Cinderella, she is merely a creature of the imagination, someone we think must have existed somewhere, at some time. But still a memory we treasure like a family heirloom. We lost track of you for a little while. But we never forgot. Hope you are happy and well.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
william jordan <em@zebra.net>
mobile, al USA - Sun 18 Nov 2007, 19:44

I fell in love with Nancy when I was 10 or 11 years old. I saw her picture in the Chicago Tribune's Movie section. I'm not sure if I ever saw another Asian face until that time. I was Happily Hooked. From there I was destined to go to Asia. I've been to HK, Thailand, Viet-Nam, Cambodia, Philippines, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, and on and on. I speak Thai, and believe in reincarnation. I’ve since found out that I had a relative who was in China in the middle 1920’s. He was a Military advisor to his friend Chang Hsueh-liang. You might know that name as a hero of both Taiwan and PRC. It turns out both of us have lived a similar life in and out of the Military. He was a General in Marshal Chang Tso-lin’s Army the father of his friend who he met in College in the States. I'm 61 right now, and I'd marry her today. I've always liked older women, ha. I wish there was a way to send her my picture, as I am a S.A.G. actor and model.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Richard <im1patriot@msn.com>
Colorado Springs, CO USA - Sun 18 Nov 2007, 12:09

the flower drum song is on direct tv chanel 256 turner classic movies today at 10 am eastern std time
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
chris
centreville, va USA - Sun 18 Nov 2007, 07:05

I first watched WSW on HBO wihtout prior knowledge of who is Nancy Kwan nor Suzie Wong. But "Suzie" acting really captures even the younger generation like me. You did it even long before Bruce Lee did, you truly deserved a Star of your own!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Chryss
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Mon 12 Nov 2007, 07:52

Dear Nancy, Seems a bit strange to be e-mailing you in 2007, nearly 40 years since I first saw you in Suzie Wong, but I was searching in Google and some pictures of you popped up. What can I say?...I consider you one of my favorite actresses of all time. You had a look, style, and attitude that was irresistable to me ( and every young man ). Aside from your breathtaking beauty, you were a terrific actress; able to be very genuine and heartfelt on screen. Your movie roles never fail to bring out strong emotions in me, something that is pretty rare, becuase I'm really not the star-struck, emotional fan type. I probably have seen World Of Suzie Wong & Flower Drum Song 50 times. So let me just thank you for all the wonderful movies you made. No Asian actress, to this day, has ever matched the amazing beauty, charm, talent, and humor that you had. I'm sure you still have it going on now too.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ed Weisman <belgol5671@aol.com>
Weston, Fl USA - Sat 10 Nov 2007, 16:02

You were beautiful and your still beautiful
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Vera <altalomabird@verizon.net>
Alta Loma , Ca USA - Sat 03 Nov 2007, 21:39

Honeymoon Hotel!! I want to buy it on DVD, however I cannot find it. I always thought Nancy was so beautiful, and I felt so sad to hear she lost her only son over 11 years ago!! God Bless her, and I wish her well!!
Nancy <highdesertbabe@aol.com>
USA - Sat 27 Oct 2007, 00:00

Just a wonderful movies. Years ahead of its time. Thank you so much. Lou.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
LOUIS DECICCO <lou7372000@yahoo.com>
Millport, ny USA - Thu 25 Oct 2007, 11:43

I fell in love with you from the moment I met you xxxx regards andy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
andy rosser <ardata@blueyonder.co.uk>
bristol, England - Mon 22 Oct 2007, 06:09

Nancy has the best legs ever.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
al Veeh <aveeh@yahoo.com>
Glendale, CA USA - Sun 21 Oct 2007, 06:50

Yes, like the message before me, saw your movie: The World of Suzy Wong on UK Channel 5 yesterday, impressive film and very fascinated with the undeveloped Hong Kong background :D I think I saw the flower drum song several year ago, but totally forgot the story, probably still very young at that time, by the way, now Im 31 years old. You are very charming ma'am. Good day :D
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Wai Lun <wooiloon@yahoo.com>
Oxford, UK - Tue 16 Oct 2007, 05:28

Dear Suzy, The World of Suzy Wong is on channel 5 here in the UK,at the moment!I was in Hong Kong in 1965/66 with one of HM ships of the Royal Navy.Fantastic memories,as I first saw this film in Hong Kong.Best wishes to you,dear lady.Mike Jones.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Jones <basilfawlty2001@hotmail.com>
Bridgend, Wales U.K. - Mon 15 Oct 2007, 12:12

Knew you in Hong Kong in 1959-51, when we were both 11 or 12, as lived down the road on HoMinTin Hill from you. I was the "American Brat, Kenny", you were always so nice to. You are a great actress and I remember you as a great person. Congradulations on your fine career.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kenneth Rauch <KRauchukiah@yahoo.com>
Ukiah, Ca USA - Wed 19 Sep 2007, 20:59

Dear Nancy, I was born in Hong Kong and lived on Waterloo Road across from the Catholic high school. I couldn't remember the name of the school, but I went to La Salle until I was 14 and moved to the USA. I always heard you lived somewhere closed to where I used to live. I had a crush on you ever since I was younger, now that I'm 57 still have a crush. It would be nice if I can get a pic of you. Let me know how I can get a pic of you. Forman Lee (Li Chi Jhong)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Forman Lee <fformanlee@aol.com>
Tigard , OR USA - Wed 19 Sep 2007, 00:57

Hello Is it possible to get an autograph photo of Nancy? Please email me for my address Thanks! Gus
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gus Kund <drums12344321@yahoo.com>
CA USA - Mon 17 Sep 2007, 05:31

I read the book and saw the movie. you were great.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Dan Dobbins <dandobbins@hotmail.com>
Columbia, mo USA - Tue 11 Sep 2007, 04:25

The flower drum song is scheduled to appear on turner classic movies on tuesday september 11th, at 6 am eastern standard time
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
chris
USA - Sun 09 Sep 2007, 07:27

I've been watching Flower Drum Song lately, and wanting to get back to Susie Wong, since it has been a while. In the commentaries and interviews on the Flower Drum Song DVD, Nancy stated she was tryng to get in touch with Miyoshi Umeki, and found it difficult. In reading the NY Times on line today, it listed that Miyoshi Umeki recently passed away in Licking, MO at age 78 from cancer. Nice write-up about her career. Death reported by her son, Michael Hood, also of Licking, MO. Wanted to be sure than Nancy and other Miyoshi fans who come to this site are aware.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Bill Budris <billbudris@verizon.net>
Cranford, NJ USA - Thu 06 Sep 2007, 15:08

i thought you were the most beautiful woman i had ever seen when i saw suzie wong in high school (we did not have any asian women in texas back then). now i am married to a lovely asian woman with 5 handsome boys. i am glad i saw suzie wong. you were and are such a classy lady.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
mike maloney <mikemaloney@uwmail.com>
aledo, TX USA - Sun 26 Aug 2007, 08:44

I worked with Nancy in England as her stand-in i wonder if she remembers me'she gave me her dog called Ottie
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Carole S ullivan <jhn_cornwell@yahoo.co.uk>
England - Wed 22 Aug 2007, 07:44

you still so beautiful. watched your films many times. hope they all come out on DVD
Minu <Onlinetinein@orcon.net.nz>
NZ - Sat 18 Aug 2007, 05:23

Dear Nancy, great site, your films are still awesome Alkesh
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Alkesh Patel <alshairpatel@gmail.com>
New Zealand - Sat 18 Aug 2007, 05:20

Dear Nancy, We are great fans of yours. Our club are holding a New Years eve ball based on The World of Suzie Wong. We are looking to obtain an autographed book by yourself. I would be grateful if you could help us in any way. Your film is excellent. We throughly enjoy your good acting and your work. Many thanks. Wendy
Wendy <mkmanager@usrc.org.hk>
Kowloon, Hong Kong - Mon 06 Aug 2007, 08:06

Nancy, I had a crush on you during my schooldays. I am now 60 years old and now living in Canada. My family in Malaysia loves your films and you as a person. You are so beautiful and elegant. I also love the movie Flower Drum Song which you acted with James Shigeta. We visit Shanghai and Beijing twice a year and hopefully before I die I would like to meet with you
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kenny TOONG <toongken@yahoo.com>
Calgary, AB. Canada - Sun 05 Aug 2007, 22:05

Dearest Nancy, I don't know how to get in touch with you although I often look for you and Norby walking when I am in your area. I hope you remember me, Alex, Bernie's girlfriend for a while in the mid 80's. I just looked through that amazing photo gallery listed under "Glamour" on this website. WOW! Bernie shared a lot of your pictures he had (of you) and all of them, so beautiful. I feel proud to have known you, if only for a little while. You should also know, that you are not completely alone; I think of him at least once a day, everyday - still. I sware I do. I feel him and I hope you do too. My love to you and Norby. Alex I hope it's okay to send this to you here, don't know how else to reach you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Alexandra Mendelson <alexandraatwood@yahoo.com>
Santa Monica, CA USA - Fri 03 Aug 2007, 11:37

Dear Nancy: I am feverishly bidding (as I am writing you), on a very beautiful 8x10 (signed) picture of you. I was soooo in love(?, I don;t think I knew what that meant when I was 8!)....but, I will never forget your mysterious, exotic beauty...never. I enraptured my heart. When I watch your movies I can stll feel the "burn". Darn you! Oh well, can't let you get too big a head. Wish I could meet you someday...hope you're single! The Man who would take you to the Isle of Capri...
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Dr. Ito <isleofcapri@mac.com>
Torrance, Ca USA - Wed 01 Aug 2007, 18:11

Please do some new movies. Hollywood desperately needs quality actors, those who can capture an audience, instead of just filling the tabloids.
Joseph
USA - Wed 01 Aug 2007, 18:02

A star that always shines through the ages is sometimes a star that never burns out,always to be shining bright forever. A time,a yesterday and a small space will always be with you. Forever will always be yours.
Nee <bangkok56@hotmail.com>
Tampa, Fl USA - Mon 30 Jul 2007, 19:37

Dear Nancy, I've just finished watching Flower Drum Song, and now having seen that and The World Of Suzie Wong, I just wanted to say thank you for two landmark performances. You are absolutely radiant in both; and you are truly one of a kind.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Vincent Degiorgio <vince@chapter2prod.com>
Vancouver, BC Canada - Fri 27 Jul 2007, 05:20

Wow! So happy to see somebody beat me to making a web site dedicated to you, Miss Kwan! Best wishes and thanks for years of great movies and memories! xoxxoo
peter
USA - Sun 22 Jul 2007, 22:02

Hello Ms. Kwan; I have known about "The World of Suzie Wong" and Nancy Kwan since 1960, when my much older brother raved about this gorgeous Chinese girl he had just seen at the movies. Just last week I saw Suzie Wong for the first time, on DVD. What a great first movie for virgin actress, for goodness' sake ! And you still look fabulous-- must be due to healthy living and Pearl Cream ? By the way, my dad knew William Holden back in 1937 in drama classes at Pasadena Junior College; his name was Bill Beedle then. When Hollywood came calling, he left school and dad never saw him again (except in the movies). Regards, Daniel Olson in San Francisco
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Daniel Olson <olsonviolins@aol.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Sun 22 Jul 2007, 05:47

Hi, Ms. Kwan! My two favorite movies are "The World of Suzie Wong" and "Flower Drum Song". I remember watching those movies as a child and I absolutely loved you in both. I think that you are beautiful and a strong role model for all women of all cultures. I hope that your life is happy, as it should be. I am a NUMBER ONE FAN!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Scherylle
Dallas, TX USA - Tue 17 Jul 2007, 01:03

Nancy - I am not of your generation, but certainly have a lot of respect for what you have done and the challenges you certainly have had doing them. You certainly have a lot of fans. Also to note: we have a few things in common. I am also a child of a Scotish mother and Chinese father (Cantonese), and I share the same month and day of birth as you! That's how I got to this site, as I was looking this up and wikipedia noted you in the list. As a Eurasian I think a lot of people always have am misconception of this identity. It's nice to always see and more of "us" out there. We are a home to each other too. Best wishes.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Carl <roadracer@speakeasy.net>
Sausalito, CA USA - Thu 12 Jul 2007, 04:32

****WARNING***** **** DO NOT LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS HERE!!!***** Dear Website, Your listing of people email address on your comment page, has resulted in my received over 100 scam emails. Bad people are getting peoples email address for this site for use in different scams. Please remove my email address from this page. And would be good idea not to display people's email address on this page. Apart from this error, its wonderful site to a wonderful lady. regards Justin Davis
Justin Davis <Shakyamuni@xtra.co.nz>
USA - Thu 12 Jul 2007, 00:14

I have been a fan of yours ever since the first time I saw "Flower Drum Song" (longer ago then I would like to admit.) I believe I fell in love with you after watching "The World of Suzie Wong when I was about 10 years old. Since then I have always thought of you as the most beautiful woman on the planet. Thanks for all the great movies.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tim <brickh@aol.com>
Jacksonville, AL USA - Wed 11 Jul 2007, 14:05

Dear Miss Kwan, My whole family adore you. Last year I lost my wonderful dad who took me to se you in Suzie Wong many, many years ago. I have that and the Flower Drum Song on film. We always saw your movies and loved them.I watch it often with tears running own my cheeks because it brings back so many happy memories. Is there any chance of obtaining a personally autographed photo of you? I will gladly send an addressed envelope and IRC(to cover return postage). I realise that you are very busy but it would make my mum(86 years old) and I very, very happy. All the very best to yoiu always regards Sue Jennings
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sue Jennings <suesan@iinet.net.au>
Australia, Victoria Australia - Mon 09 Jul 2007, 00:11

HI, I GREW UP IN BUFFALO, NEW YORK AND HAD NEVER SEEN AN ORIENTAL LADY. WHEN I WAS A TEENAGER I SAW THE WORLD OF SUSIE WONG. FROM THAT MOMENT ON, I KNEW I HAD TO MARRY AN ASIAN WOMEN. I HAVE BEEN HAPPILY MARRIED TO A WOMAN FROM THAILAND FOR OVER 34 YEARS. I HAVE YOU TO THANK FOR THIS WONDERFUL WOMAN. I HAVE THE REMASTERED WORLD OF SUSIE WONG AND ALWAYS FIND TIME TO WATCH IT. I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN YOUR FAN CLUB AND KNOW ALL I CAN ABOUT THE BEAUTIFUL, SENSUOUS, SEDUCTIVE LADY THAT CONTROLLED MY LIFE. YOU ARE AN ANGEL, SINCERELY, RON KOZIELECKI
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
RONALD E. KOZIELECKI <RQUETAK@COX.NET>
NICEVILLE, FL USA - Fri 15 Jun 2007, 00:15

The home page statement, "Nancy Kwan became the first Chinese actress to achieve fame in Western cinema" overstates the case a tiny bit. Although Anna May Wong (1905-1961) was born in the United States, I submit that she was the first ethnic Chinese actress to achieve fame in Hollywood cinema. I'm a fan of them both!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mark Donovan <novafyre@hotmail.com>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Thu 14 Jun 2007, 14:59

Dear Nancy Kwan, Well done on your wonderful site, many beautiful pictures showing off your stunning features. Would love to know more about your friendship with the great late Bruce Lee. I understand you had dinner with him (and others) on 19th July 1973 Best wishes to you and your family Justin Davis
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Justin Davis <Shakyamuni@xtra.co.nz>
New Zealand - Tue 12 Jun 2007, 22:11

Miss Kwan: I am a portrait artist and would like to know if it is possible to get a picture of you in the empress costume. It was just lovely. Also, so you know if there is any way to get prints of the Elizabeth Moore paintings from the film? Thank you so much. I wish you the best. Joan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Joan Gore <joang863@hotmail.com>
NY USA - Wed 06 Jun 2007, 14:02

Nancy, I watched The world of suzie wong last night and it was the second time i saw it, The first was about 20 years ago. I really enjoyed it and just wanted you to know i think you are a doll. i really would like to find a copy of nobody's perfect .
John Hufffman <masterguns1@yahoo.com>
Montgomery, Al USA - Tue 05 Jun 2007, 15:14

Hi Nancy, You are as beautiful today as you were in Suzy Wong. Are you making any films today? Best of luck to you and hope to hear from you soon. Sincerely, Al
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Al <faith2b4gn@yahoo.com>
USA - Sun 03 Jun 2007, 00:55

your so beatuiful carry on what your doing dont let any1 stop you xxxx
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Frances jacobs <frances_jacobs@hotmail.com>
london, england - Thu 24 May 2007, 06:24

Happy Birthday and many more.......:o)
Nishana Lee <Nishana Lee>
USA - Sat 19 May 2007, 20:13

Dear Ms. Kwan, I was wondering if you would comment about your experience on Fate is the Hunter. It has always been a favorite movie of mine and I've always been moved by its story of faith, redemtion, and devotion. I recently read the book which was different than I expected but quite interesting. I read a little about the author Edward Gann, and apparently he didn't want to be credited on the film. Do you have any idea why?
Jim Eggert <james.eggert@guycarp.com>
Clarendon Hills, Il USA - Thu 17 May 2007, 10:03

Robert M. Hensel 138 East Bridge Street Side Apt. Oswego, NY 13126 USA Dear Miss Kwan, I am writing to ask if you would be so Kind to send me a few Signed Autographed photos from some of your movies ? You are my hero. You taught me to reach beyond my limitations.To tell you a little bit about myself. I am a man born with a birth defect known as Spina bifida. I am an advocate for the disabled and an International published poet with close to 900 publications world wide. I am also a Guinness & ripley's world record holder for the longest non stop wheelie in a wheelchair, covering a total distance of 6.178 miles. The reason for my world record, was to help raise money for wheelchair ramps in my community. Now, just this past Oct. I was given an offer to carry the torch for the 2006 Asian games. I was in total shock when I heard that I was the only one from the United states to be given such an offer. I guess it just goes to show, that where their are disabilities, there are abilities as well. Although I am disabled, my life has truly been blessed. My only real wish in life is to use my own accomplishments to help others to reach beyond their limitations. Above, you will find my mailing address.Well I must be going now. I look foward to hearing from you. P.S. Please take a moment to check out my website. There you will find some of my poetry as well. http://wheelierecord.tripod.com Bless You, Robert M. Hensel
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Robert M. Hensel <Robert M. Hensel>
Oswego, NY USA - Thu 17 May 2007, 02:05

I saw this the first time in the 60's on TV. I have had a crush on Suzie ever since. Not because of the topic f the movie, but because of the beauty. The way Nancy portrayed the character had an innocence and strength of a survivor. The characters beauty and grace were all about Nancy. The character’s personality was contrived and acted out by Nancy. It was after all a movie. I have never seen Suzie as a hooker. I saw her as an unfortunate young girl, trying to survive. It was and still is a cruel world for some to live in. I guess in some ways she was always a symbol of hope. I hope Nancy Kwan is well. As much as I would like to, I know I will never meet or talk to her. I wish her the best for all her life. The small part she shared with me through her artistic efforts will always be with me and I thank her for it.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John G Rodrigues <ghengis@tampabay.rr.com>
Tampa, Fl USA - Wed 16 May 2007, 22:59

I can not remember the first time i saw your movie but i do remember that i fell in love with the movie but to tell the truth i fell in love with you. the scene was when he bought you the empresses gown with the crown. wow that was it i thought and still think that was the most beautiful scene and the most beautiful woman i will ever set these eyes on. and the words spoken in that scene i would die if ever a such world were ever direct at me. Such love for some one make me love you more. best of luck and thank you for being you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Arnold Villagomez <xanth424@aol.com>
brownsville, tx USA - Wed 16 May 2007, 13:59

Many years ago, I heard that you went to Asia to track down your family roots. My mom told me that I am related to you. I hope we can exchange some infomation.
Kenneth Khoo <khoo8@aol.com>
Turlock, CA USA - Tue 15 May 2007, 01:08

Nancy. When i was 12 i saw Nobody's perfect. I made my mind up then that i wanted to be a Marine. I have now retired from the Marines and think alot of the times i spent in the pacific. it is a lifestyle i miss terribly. in all my travels to Hong Kong, Manila, Tokyo and Bangkok i never found another as beautiful as you. I have many of you films in my library and wish you every sucess.
John Huffman <masterguns1@yahoo.com>
Montgomery, al USA - Mon 16 Apr 2007, 11:52

Dear Nancy, Why were you never a 'Bond girl'? Fascination with beautiful Oriental women was very great in the 1960s, and I would have thoughtyou would have been just right with a starring role in a James Bond film.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Crowley <aiwass93uk@yahoo.co.uk>
London, Englnad - Tue 14 Nov 2006, 07:39

First of all I'd like to thank you so much for everything you contributed the film arts. I saw the world of Suzie Wong when I was 14 years old and it was wonderful watching you portray a woman who had a heart of gold but caught in circumstances she could not control. I loved that film so very much and I watch it all the time on VHS. Be Very Blessed Jakki
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jakki Mario <Jmariestrong@hotmail.com>
Trenton, N.J. USA - Sat 04 Nov 2006, 14:57

I was thrilled to find this site! When I was a very young child, my favorite movie was Flower Drum Song. I loved the movie so much that my parents bought me the soundtrack album as my very first record. I could also stay up past bed time to watch the movie when it was on TV. They loved to hear me sing along with every song (except, I think, I Enjoy Being a Girl!). The parade scene with you singing "Grant Avenue" was my favorite. Thank you for giving me such wonderful childhood memories to cherish.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Michael Boe <hokkekoguy@charter.net>
Portland, OR USA - Sat 04 Nov 2006, 00:11

It is nice of you to allow people who enjoy your films to say a few words. With that in mind I wanted to mention that Flower Drum Song looks simply wonderful on it's Special Edition DVD. Hopefully most of your fans are aware of the fact. The colors and sets are quite incredible to see in their orignal widescreen format. And of course the musical numbers never sounded better. I have yet to go over the Special Features - thank you for participating and I'm sure your comments will be insightful. Lastly,I would like to ask, have you managed to see the film on this dvd yet? Wondering what your thoughts on it are. Take care!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Brent Avery <bavery12@shaw.ca>
Burnaby, B.C. Canada - Thu 02 Nov 2006, 21:45

If anybody has a copy of Wild Affair or The Girl Who Knew Too Much, please let me know. I've been looking for those 2 films for years.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bill Navarro <bethn@earthlink.net>
Cerritos, CA USA - Thu 02 Nov 2006, 01:22

Just to let you know as I move closer to my 60's after almost 40 years of marriage to my wonderful Asain wife that your performance in Susie Wong inspired me as it continues today. This film opened my eyes and heart at a young age. I realize that it is just a motion picture but for the 1960's an ice breaker of understanding. Glad you were part of my cultural education. Wishing Nancy Kwan and family Good Health, Wealth, and Happiness.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bob Kane <Navbro1@aol.com>
PA USA - Sun 29 Oct 2006, 03:45

Hi, I'm Anthony and I'm one of ms Kwan's greatest admirers.I've been trying to get her autograph for years.Could you please supply an address for help? Thanks and regards, Anthony Maronitis
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Anthony Maronitis <mamicar@ath.forthnet.gr>
Athens, Greece - Thu 26 Oct 2006, 16:27

You are so lovely! I was a child touring HK with my mom when I came across a magazine that had you on the cover. I still remember it had a black glossy background and only a half-body shot of you in profile and the title "The World of Suzie Wong". (This makes me wonder now, as I found out only today that the movie was released in 1960, but I remember very well that I saw that magazine when I was around 7 years old already - 1967. Had it been re-released then?) I dunno why I kept that magazine for many years (it got ruined in a flood, sadly), but I never forgot about it... and last night,I was finally able to watch that movie over cable. I loved you in it. I'm glad I found this site, I've been showing your pictures to my kids and my friends. They all agree with me... you are really lovely to look at, and you look lovelier through the years. My family and I wish you and all you love the best
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tina <deracinee@gmail.com>
Quezon City, Philippines - Tue 24 Oct 2006, 18:46

hi, im trying to find a copy of "the wild affair". its pretty rare. you and terry-thomas are my all time favs, so id love to see that movie. if you have any ideas on where i may purchase it, please let me know. thanks. todd
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
todd <mr_festiva@yahoo.com>
omaha, ne USA - Thu 12 Oct 2006, 18:58

There is a fabulous collection of songs from Flower Drum Song performed by Andre Kostelanetz' orchestra circa 1959. Kostelanetz had already established himself as perhaps THE leading conductor for the tunes of Richard Rogers. But this album is a smash hit, capturing the many subtle flavors of the soooo charming Flower Drum Song. The compilation is sadly unavailable on CD, but I recently had my LP transferred to a CD. Nancy, if you don't have this, you MUST have it. I have an extra one reserved for you...where to send? A few years ago I attended the screening of Flower Drum Song at the San Francisco Castro Theatre attended by you & James. It was just so special to see you there - your star as bright as ever! The energy in that theatre (standing room only!) was just incredible & I will never forget it!! So how can we follow your current public appearances? Is there any plan to celebrate the release of the Flower Drum Song DVD next month?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Gary Douglas <gary.douglas@mac.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Fri 06 Oct 2006, 07:12

Nancy, Thanks so much for the amazing body of work you have given us over many years, You are truly a great talent who also happens to be incredible beautiful and you are and always be a credit to the Film industry. Luv you 4ever.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Greg Morris <stiffon38@comcast.net>
Wilmington, DE USA - Wed 04 Oct 2006, 00:43

Nancy, How are you? I hope all is well with you and your family. I was very disappointed when I found out that I would not be able to attend your Love Letters play a couple of months ago in San Fransisco.I look forward to the next chance I might get to see you in person.You are in my opinion you are the most gorgeous actress/women of all time:> Stay beutiful. Your fan, JEREMY CRUZ
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
JEREMY CRUZ <shaolin_805@yahoo.com>
Santa Barbara, CA USA - Thu 28 Sep 2006, 16:49

Oh my god I cant believe I found this site, The first time I saw your movie I thought you were the most beatiful women and you still are. I wish we still made movies like the ones you were in. You are a great actress and should have a star in hollywood. Your the best.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Miriam <miriam_aguilar@brown.edu>
Pawtucket , RI USA - Mon 25 Sep 2006, 16:17

I first saw The World of Suzie Wong in the 1980's when I was a teenager. Nancy's role was amazing. I forever will be amazed at how she delivered that role. Nancy is a superb actress and deserves a star!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Steve Horton <wil619@yahoo.com>
IL USA - Tue 19 Sep 2006, 23:27

I've seen World of Suzie Wong, just thought I'd say "I loved the film" :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Eva Stewart <eva.stewart@izone.me.uk>
USA - Thu 14 Sep 2006, 07:48

Dear Nancy, Please allow me to introduce myself, my name is Michael Amen. I am 35 years old and have just started catching up on my Classics. I just wanted to drop you a line and say what a joy it was watching you as Suzy Wong. Hong Kongs Audrey Hepburn without a doubt. Your beauty, grace and natural talent made me smile continuosly throughout the film. I look forward to watching you in all your other films. Warm Regards, Michael PS. I'm available! :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael Amen <MikeAmen@verizon.net>
Laguna Beach, CA USA - Mon 11 Sep 2006, 17:08

Ms Nancy Kwan: Would you take a minute of your time to contact me? This pertains to my attempt to improve Anna May Wong's gravesite which at this time as you may know remains unmarked in Rosedale. With Graham Hodges' encouragement, I have spoken with Carole Wong (Richard's wife) but she and her husband remain noncommittal so far. Perhaps with some input from a public figure in the industry, this task could be accomplished. Would you be willing to advise or participate in this? Ken
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Ken Riley <keriley@gte.net>
Santa Monica, CA USA - Tue 29 Aug 2006, 14:45

Cinemax plays WOSW every thirty days or so here in Asia. I fall in love every time I see it. I fall in love with Hong Kong of the 1950's, with the musical score, and with the idea of Suzy Wong and Robert Lomax. I compose music for a hobby. (It's not my main occupation.) So I composed a tribute to Suzy Wong, Robert Lomax and HK of the 1950's. http://music.marcellis.net/Suzy_Wong_is_All_Right_copyright_2006_Marc_Ellis.mp3 Hope it's ok to post it here. If anyone is interested, that's the link. lyrics: "Suzy Wong is All Right" �2006 Marc Ellis Well I couldn’t sleep; I turned the TV set on, And I saw young William Holden With Nancy Kwan… In old Hong Kong, We passed the night; And I heard William Holden say, “Suzy Wong, you’re all right,”; A Wah Chow girl And an architect, Well they had to fall in love; What else could you expect? He flicked the light; She said “Good night”, Then I heard William Holden say, “Suzy Wong, you’re all right,”
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Marc Ellis <marcellislaw@gmail.com>
Saigon, Vietnam - Sat 26 Aug 2006, 18:14

I rare watch tv except the news, or going to cineplex except for cartoons. But this morning I was stunned by an antique movie w/ a great scenery of genuine Hong Kong before it emerge to be a concrete jungle today. Till it's end, I couldn't figure out who plays the complex personality Suzie Wong. Was it Audrey Hepburn ? Lucky, I found this website trough yahoo. Nancy Kwan, you are brilliant !!! How can I so blind all these years ? I couldn't wait to see your other movies. Terang Benderang.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Terang Benderang <trangbendrang@yahoo.com>
KL, Malaysia - Mon 21 Aug 2006, 00:29

This Morning, i woke up, switched on my tv, they were playing The world of Suzie Wong on my cabel.it was my first time seeing it. I was strucked head over heels by this character called suzie wong.Such Beauty~ and grace~....Its been 46 years,the character that you played still inspires people...as a 26 year old musician ,u have indeed inspired me Nancy Kwan... Ojie
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ojie <ojimann@hotmail.com>
PJ, KL Malaysia - Sun 20 Aug 2006, 23:40

Dear Nancy, Yesterday, on television, I watched the film "Lt. Robin Crusoe USN". Although the film got a poor review in my newspaper, I decided to watch it because you were in the cast. As it happened, the review was completely wrong, (as they usually are), and it was enyoable, easy-going family entertainment.I was impressed with your role Nancy, as a nymph of tropical paradise, how young and beautiful you were, and what a contrast this light comic role made with the heavy, tear-jerking tragedy of Suzie Wong. I was particularly impressed with a comic mime sequence you performed in the film, it really showed the depth of empathy and expression you naturally possess as an actress - let know one tell you that you are not a first-class naturally talented actress.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Crowley <aiwass93uk@yahoo.co.uk>
USA - Sun 20 Aug 2006, 07:35

Dear Nancy Kwan, My favorite movie of you is 'Flower Drum Song.' I've seen that movie in San Francicso Chinatown in the 1960's when I was a little girl. It has glamour and style. You were great in 'World of Susie Wong.' I'm wondering...is 'Susie Wong' a true story? Is it based on a real person. I'm sure there are lots of 'Susie Wong' stories out there. Where can a little girl turn to, if she has no parents to protect and take good care of her? I'm a Chinese American who grew up in the 1960's living in Chinatown San Francisco and understands the struggles of living in America while being a Chinese American. It's like living in two worlds. Thank you for 2 great films. Are you still working as an actress? If so, what are the most recent films called? Best Regards, Betty
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Betty Young <bgyoung@pacbell.net>
Benicia, CA USA - Sat 19 Aug 2006, 12:49

DEAR MS KWAN- I MUST COMPLIMENT YOU ON YOUR WEBSITE-VERY INFORMATIVE....I AM RESEARCHING THE HISTORY OF THE MOVIE 'THE MAIN ATTRACTION' WITH REGARDS TO A FORTHCOMING BOOK- WOULD YOU PLEASE CONTACT ME SO THAT I MAY RECEIVE YOUR REFLECTIONS AND OPINIONS ON THIS MOVE? THANK YOU- RICHARD
RICHARD <GEMSTONES614@AOL.COM>
STUART, FL USA - Sat 19 Aug 2006, 08:11

Dear Ms Kwan. I am a retired professor writing a novel based on the Suzie Wong story--rather taking it up where it ends in the film and even after Mason's book. I have spent a lot of time in Hong Kong on research and am well into the writing. I am writing to inquire whether you might be available for an interview--at you convenience, of course. I would come to you, or even meet you in Hong Kong if our schedules coincided. It could be done by phone,. of course, which wouod depreive me of the honor of meeting you, but I wouod understand. Please know that I am a serious, published, writer, and a former interviewer for Public Radio, and I have included my web sites in this mail so that you can validate that. I would be much obliged if you can find the time to reply. Thank You.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
James Clapp <urbmedia@mac.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Wed 16 Aug 2006, 19:55

Ms.Kwan, Ever since I had first seen "The World of Suzie Wong", I have been under it's spell. You acted so natural, so much talent for your first film. You were and still are quite beautiful, You captured my heart and filled my head with dreams of Hong Kong and Suzie Wong. I recently saw the film again and was so moved to order the book, I could not put it down, as I read you and Mr. Holden made the words jump off the page and come to life right before my eyes. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to enter a world so alive, so colorful and so down to earth. I will always love you! Sincerely Jeff
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jeff Mueller <sreynoll@aol.com>
New Orleans, La. USA - Tue 15 Aug 2006, 16:50

Dear Nancy, l married a "Lukrung" { Thai for half asian half european} She came from a rich Muslim family, l myself just average guy, gift of the Gab, so things lead to another. cannot begin to explain the things we went through together. Maybe you'd be interested in my story. regards Kevin.
Kevin Charles <kevincheers@msn.com>
USA - Mon 14 Aug 2006, 16:37

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of watching "The World of Suzie Wong" again on UK terrestial television, and as ever it was a beguiling and bewitching experience. Forty-six years have come and gone since its initial release, so unfortunately 1960, is in the cusp of living memory for most of us, but this just adds to the bewitching quality of the film.The poverty-stricken, shabby Hong Kong portrayed is but a distant memory, covered over with futuristic towers of steel and glass, the Hollywood of the golden age of the '50s with its melodramas and matinee idols is gone too... to be replaced with rubbishy "action films". William Holden is as Robert Lomax, a type of hero never seen these days, handsome, matur and the stong silent type, and not forgetting the elfin Eurasian beauty of Nancy herself, such a great performance and such confidence for one so young - we can see why Ray Stark gave the part to the unknown Nancy straight out of ballet school. Like adream with every year that passes the film seems to be more other-worldly and remote, I remember the first time I saw it, on television, in the mid-'70s, the film looked almost modern, now it belongs to an age as remote asthe 1920s. It is also disconcerting to see a film that captured the popular imagination so much in the '60s and which became iconic and vernacular to relegated without ceremony to a slow "filler" slot on television. That said, "The World of Suzie Wong", is one of the very few films ever to make me cry, (for deeply personal reasons), and its effect on other romantic, sensitive souls can be gauged from the comments to be read here. One final question, I just wonder how much is the character of Lomax is autobiographically based on Richard Mason (the writer), himself and how much of his deep knowledge of Hong Kong and the "bar-girl" scene, based on his own experiences? Many thanks Nancy for a great film and letting me to post my few words here.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Crowley <aiwass93uk@yahoo.co.uk>
London, England - Sun 13 Aug 2006, 10:08

A very moving, complex and well written script. You played the part with exceptional grace and elegance, thanks
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
J.Wallace <acont1@lycos.co.uk>
London, USA - Sat 12 Aug 2006, 12:01

Nancy, We went to the Royal Ballet School together. I'd love to reconnect with you. Please contact me. Denise
Denise Winston Solay <denise@theworldonastring.com>
New York, NY USA - Thu 03 Aug 2006, 14:32

Ms. Kwan, As an eighteen year old I saw The World of Suzie Wong and immediately began making plans to catch a tramp freighter to Hong Kong and begin my life as a painter, meet a beautiful Chinese woman and live happily ever after. My mother literally yanked me off the boat and helped me get into California Institute of the Arts. At 64 I have recently retired to Santa Fe from more than thirty years as a college art professor. I will always wonder if I would have met "my Suzie" had I followed the inspiration I saw in you and your movie.It will always be onr of the fondest memories of my youth. Warren Dunn
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Warren Dunn <worndone@hotmail.com>
Santa Fe, NM, NM USA - Sun 30 Jul 2006, 13:17

My Chinese wife, Moi Yin, and I just love your movie "The World of Suzie Wong". It's amazing that this film was shot three years before I was even born. As I myself am a white American married to a Chinese woman, I find that Nancy Kwan holds a special place in our hearts! My wife and I love any movie that shows good bonding between Chinese and Americans such as Jackie Chan's "Rush Hour" and "Shanghai" movies. "The World of Suzie Wong," "The Flower Drum Song", and "The Bruce Lee Movie" all have this critical element that we duly appreciate! I must say that you still look very Mei Lee (Beautiful) and the next time you and your family pass through Bakersfield feel free to drop by our house for some original Chinese Cooking or perhaps you can stop in and say hello at the next Bakersfield Chinese American Society event. Over 3000 Chinese here in Bakersfield at present. You set a great example for Asian American Women!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Vernon Thiede <vmthiede@yahoo.com>
Bakersfield, Ca USA - Sun 30 Jul 2006, 07:45

To Whom It May Concern: I work with a local non-profit in Los Angeles that provides services to survivors of domestic violence in the Asian American community. Each year we hold a very large fundraiser in the Los Angeles area and this year we were wondering if Nancy Kwan would be interested in serving as our Master of Ceremonies. I was told by a Dr. Roya De la Fraz stated that Ms. Kwan was very active within the Asian American community. I would be more than happy to provide more information about my organization and our event if given the opportunity. I can be reached at 323.653. 4045 ext 204 or via email at emk@cpaf.info.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
EM Klass <emk@cpaf.info>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Thu 20 Jul 2006, 16:35

you are still very beautiful and love to meet you one day.. g.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
george gange <4gang@msn.com>
Baltimore, Maryland USA - Tue 18 Jul 2006, 14:43

Thank you for being every Chinese girl's Hero!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lin Ling
MA USA - Tue 18 Jul 2006, 11:44

Dear Ms. Kwan, I am having a very hard time at this moment. I think I've only spoken with you on the phone once or twice. I just tried to find a way to write to Bernie on the internet and I realize that I can not... I'm so sorry, and maybe I should not even send my thoughts these many years later, but I just don't know what else to do. Bernie was one of the most wonderful people I have ever met. I want to tell you how much I cared for him, and how sorry I am that we lost touch after becoming friends in Wilmington NC - after he came to stay at my parents' home in Chapel Hill so many, many years ago. I was in love with Bernie at that time, but I had not recovered from another difficult relationship. We were both so young and I was so afraid. The time I spent with Bernie was magical. He was the one fine person I met before I gave up on working in the film industry. I realized that there simply were not enough people like him in that business to make it a place where I could happily spend my life. Maybe I didn't give it enough of a chance... The last time we spoke on the phone, Bernie was living in the desert. I thought he sounded very happy, even if things were not perfect with you guys. And I thought, at the time, that he didn't need me to bother him. I didn't want to make things any more difficult or complicated for him. I don't know why I felt like I needed to write to him now, and I can't believe that he is gone. Bernie was a wonderful friend, if for much too short a time. But to be honest, I never felt like time or distance would separate us. Despite not talking with him for so many years, I realize that I have continued to carry Bernie deep in my heart. I don't know what else to say. Bernie changed my life. He gave me a lightness of spirit. He gave me the Tao. He gave me the greatest of gifts. I love him, and I always will. Thank you for bringing him into my life. Terry (Marcellin) Little
Terry Marcellin-Little <tdml@bellsouth.net>
Wake Forest, NC USA - Tue 11 Jul 2006, 01:59

I remember my mother telling me of how when you were at school in Glossop, how you used to go swimming at the local swimming pool. My mother worked there then and she told how very nice and pleasant and extremely polite you were. It's a pleasure that my mother had the good fortune of knowing you. Regards Stephen
Stephen Hardwick <steviemic@hotmail.com>
Glossop, UK - Sat 08 Jul 2006, 07:18

Dear Nancy My name is David Yuill , I went to King Greorge The V School in Hong Kong In the late 70s and i was a friend of your son Bernie . Iv allways thaught of Bernie over the years and only recently watched a film where i saw his name on the credits and decided to do a search on the Internet for more information on Berenie with the hope of getting In touch . You can imagine my surprise when i found out that he had passed away some years ago . I feel compeled to writre to you and pass on my condolences . I have very fond memories of Bernie and i only wish that i had tried to contact his sooner . God Bless David Yuill
David Yuill <david.yuill@ntlworld.com>
glasgow, SCOTLAND - Wed 05 Jul 2006, 19:34

NANCY I wanted to thank you for taking the time to come lecture at our Asian American Studies class at the University of California Santa Barbara in September 2001. One of the students who had dinner with us that evening graduated number one at UCSB last year and received a full scholarship to Stanford University. Also, all of those students who met with you afterwards graduated and have moved on to graduate school or are pursuing their career goals. I like to think that you were a positive role model for them. While some may look at “The World of Suzie Wong” from a sensual point of view, what our students learned was to ignore the feminists’ attacks on your work and to look at the story that was told. “Suzie Wong” is a strong woman forced to make life style choices within the limited opportunities available to her. As we learn towards the end, she was sacrificing all for her child. I received many positive comments after your lecture. Most of my students learned from you how to separate the movie character from the real person. After all, acting is a profession and often does not parallel life. But they also learned to ignore the critics and to experience for themselves. Hope you can join us again for another lecture. And by the way, I’ve moved the boat up to San Francisco to Pier 39 so if you are in the area with your other half (I really thought he was your body guard) please join us for an afternoon of sailing. ALEX
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
ALEX <FABROS1@COMCAST.NET>
San Francisco, CA USA - Tue 27 Jun 2006, 15:10

Dear Nancy, Thank you for your wonderful movies.I love everyone I can see.I am such a fan,and very smitten by your beauty.I hope you are well,and havig a wonderful time,now. Im also glad to see you are involved with this project regarding Ana Mae Wong.I wish there were more material on Asian American actors/entertainers.I still remember your adds for "PearlDrops Beauty cream",and your appearance in ER as Ming Na,s mother.I wish there was more to see I that character. I try to find more movies with you in it .Im combing the stores,constantly for videos. I think you most likely inspired me to forever be attracted to other Asian women.Thank you so much,your fan,Charlie.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
charlie Swanson <charlesmswanson@yahoo.com>
Alexandria, va USA - Fri 23 Jun 2006, 12:46

I never like old movies, but i couldn't reach for my remote when The World of Suzie Wong was on the TV. It was a very good movie that I couldn't stop watching. The storyline, the casts, and the sets (how can I see old Wanchai anywhere else?) were incredibly interesting that it's still worth it to watch even 40 years after! I will buy the DVD, so I can watch it all over again. Thank you for being so great...
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Andre Hermawan <bmwku@myrealbox.com>
Singapore, Singapore - Thu 22 Jun 2006, 05:33

A very belated Happy Birthday. I first saw you in Hong Kong when William Holden and you were making "The World Of Suzi Wong" We used to hang out aqt the Mag-Pie Bar and As a young sailor, I fell in Love with you right there and then and I still am! Hope all is well with you. Your an absolutely beautiful woman!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Bill <PIBILLB@yahoo.com>
Lake Forest, California USA - Mon 19 Jun 2006, 14:27

Nancy, Happy Belated Birthday. Do you ever read these comments?? Hope so! anyway, was in here in Sept 05 and said HI. I loved your movies. I was in HS when you did FDS and in the USAF when I saw Fate is the Hunter. Always liked those 2 as my favorite N K movies. My Mom wouldn't let me see Suzie Wong, I was in grade school then haha (I'm 7 yrs younger than you). You are so pretty tho, I saw it after I went in the AF, great movie. God Bless and Thanks for making such great movies. I bought FDS and Fate off of Amazon.com. I watch them now and then. Take Care, Wish you all the best, Dennis in Alaska
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Dennis J. Hermannes <bearclaw46@gci.net>
Anchorage, AK USA - Fri 26 May 2006, 03:15

HAPPY B-DAY NANCY!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
JEREMY CRUZ <shaolin_805@yahoo.com>
Santa Barbara, CA. USA - Fri 19 May 2006, 18:56

Happy B-Day Nancy!I'm a 29 year old fan of yours from Santa Barbara CA.and I noticed that nobody has wished you a happy birth day yet so here it is.I hope your day is a good one.Also I recently purchased a gorgeous black and white autographed photo of you from the Flower Drum Song and out of my entire collection yours is hands down my favorite. Happy B-Day and stay Beautiful.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
JEREMY CRUZ <shaolin_805>
SANTA BARBARA, CA USA - Fri 19 May 2006, 18:38

Hello Nancy, Hope this note finds you well. I am a United pilot that has been flying to Hong Kong on a regular basis for the past 6 years. Hong Kong is by far my FAVORITE city and after having just watched The World of Suzie Wong AGAIN, I was hoping if you would be kind enough to answer a couple of questions on your shoot locations. Hong Kong has obviously changed alot in the last 40 or so years. The population for one has more than doubled and the skyline has changed connsiderably. Besides the Star Ferry location, Aberdeen and Repulse Bay, it looked to me that the hotel was somewhere in Cenral, Suzie's home was in North Point and the panorama scenes from the rooftop looked like it ws shot somewhere up on Bowen Rd. There is a bar in Wanchai called the "Wanch" where there is a beautiful poster of you and William Holden. The owner of the bar said a fair amount of the movie was shot on Jaffe Rd near the Luk Kwok Hotel....doesn't look like it to me, but I certainly could be wrong. Well Nancy, I do very much look forward to hearing from you. Take care and am wishing you and yours all the best. Jerry Gallud
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jerry Gallud <n217jg@aol.com>
Discovery Bay, CA USA - Fri 19 May 2006, 01:13

Hello Nancy - rumor has it (Asian Week) that you will be appearing in San Francisco with James Shigeta to do Love Letters soon. I have been looking at the theatre schedules for the San Francisco Bay Area - and so far cannot find anything about this? Both you and James are my all time favorite Asian actors - and would love to see you together? Can you share any information about this? Thank you - Kathy Pratt - Fremont, CA
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kathy Pratt <kpratt2345@comcast.net>
Fremont, ca USA - Thu 18 May 2006, 18:29

Dear Nancy, I hope alll is well with you. I am writing with regards to a feature we are doing on Terence Donovan in GQ Magazine. The feature is to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his death. Diana Donovan has contributed to and has approved the feature. We are using the amazing picture that Donovan shot of you for Vogue in 1963 and we would love it if you could email us quote about the picture. It can be about the photo shoot itself or what you like most about the shot. We really need it as soon as possible. Please let me know if you will be able to help. Thank you very much for your time and I look forward to speaking with you soon. Yours sincerely, James James Mullinger GQ Magazine Conde Nast Publications Vogue House Hanover Square London W1S 1JU +44 207 152 3035
James Mullinger <james.mullinger@condenast.co.uk>
London, England - Mon 24 Apr 2006, 10:09

I remember going to see Lt. Robin Crusoe USN 15 times in my small town theater, I had such a crush on Ms. Kwan. I also sent away for the lobby cards so I could have her picture. She is such a wonderful actress and a truly beautiful lady.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Rick Forgus <rforgus84@aoll.com>
Scottsdale, AZ USA - Thu 20 Apr 2006, 22:36

As a young boy of 13, I knew you had "it" whatever "it" was! You captured my heart and my imagination. You would become one of my fantasy women, an ideal woman in my mind. I imagine my thoughts were like millions of young boys and men, who watched you move about on the silver screen and wished they could love you but instead settled for reality and found the true love of their lives. My wish now is for you to have enjoyed life and love. Sincerely, DSC.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
David Steven Cockrill <KyRock@go.com>
Louisville, Ky USA - Fri 14 Apr 2006, 05:26

Long time fan,first time writing. I enjoyed The World of Suzie Wong & Flower Drum Song,even though I know they're not so politically correct anymore.An actress can only play the roles that are offered her.Ms.Kwan was excellent in her cameo in Dragon:The Bruce Lee Story. I'm interested in another project you've been involved with, the documentary on Anna May Wong ( Wong Liu Tsong ).What is the status of this film? This is a story that's needed telling for a long time.Ms.wong had to put up with too much in her life. She never received the kudos she deserved.
ricky d bozarth <ricky_bozarth@excite.com>
san antonio, tx USA - Sun 09 Apr 2006, 16:51

Dear Nancy It has been ages since we saw one another. I met you when I was with Operation California back in the 1980's. Remember me to Norbert. It's been so many years since I left LA. I have been living in Hong Kong since moving here from London in 1997. My family and I spend my time split between HK, our home in New England and our home in Vietnam. Saw your "24hours" profile in the South China Morning Post. Would very much like to get together again can you contact me? love Xuan Xanh
Xuan Xanh Vo Laurie <xuanxanh1@yahoo.com>
Hong Kong, - Sat 08 Apr 2006, 15:27

I saw your movie this morning. We don't see the movie before going to work, but your performance is very great. Coming here to write you. Thank you; I really enjoy the movie, the world of suzy wong.
Tzung-ying Wu
Taipei, Taiwan - Wed 22 Mar 2006, 19:15

Enjoyed the interview at rthk - thanks Lorea. Nancy still looks so great - just a shame she doesn't make more movies nowadays!
A Nair <as87ho78k@hotmail.com>
Port, Uk - Wed 22 Mar 2006, 09:47

I really enjoyed your movie the world of suzy wong. More power and God bless!
Caroline Wong <carolinewong2005@yahoo.com>
Philippines - Fri 17 Mar 2006, 16:30

I'd like to get a copy of The Girl Who Knew Too Much, in any format. I would appreciate hearing from anyone who can help me in this quest. Thanks!
Susan Isselhard <susanisselhard@yahoo.com>
USA - Fri 17 Mar 2006, 15:18

Hi Nancy! Yesterday i met Peter Pock in K�htai. He talked about his time with you - it was very interesting. I hope you see in K�htai! Perhaps it's possible to write a biography about your time with Peter! Greetings to you and your family!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Manfred Wegleiter <wegi.haiming@aon.at>
Haiming, Tyrol Austria - Sat 11 Mar 2006, 04:31

Nancy, I loved your performance with dean martin and fate of the hunter. I will be in Hong Kong for a couple of days in march. I would like to meet you.
Chris <chankr@msn.com>
USA - Fri 03 Mar 2006, 21:51

Nancy! I am so so so glad that I can interview you and will be seeing you on the 14th March 2006! I spoke to my producers of 'The Works' which is an Hong Kong program on arts and culture, and convinced them to get in touch with you because I knew you must be flying in for the HK Ballet's production of Suzy Wong! I can't wait to meet you and interview you. For all your fans, you can all check out the interview on www.rthk.org.hk on the online archive after the 14th March. See you soon, Nancy!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lorea Solabarrieta <lorea@lorea.com>
HONG KONG, USA - Fri 03 Mar 2006, 04:33

Dear Suzie, My name is John and in the 1960s I was in the British Royal Navy and I was serving on a naval ship in Hong Kong and I use to go to Wan Chia and also to the Lu Quok bar were I met a bar girl and she said her name was Suzie Wong. I got to know her very well and we use to go out together for some time while I was in Hong Kong, I do remeber that there was a poster in the bar which said"The World Of Suzie Wong By Richard Mason. Whe I use to ask her about Richard Mason the author she would always shy away from the conversation and change the subject. Ofcourse in the book it says that all the charactors are ficticious but I do wonder. Could this be the woman who maybe Richard Mason based his book on. I think it was and I am sure that he had some type of relationship with her. It would be great if I could get some response from you over this story. Yours truly John Jones
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Jones <john.jones30@ntlworld.com>
Oxford, Unted kindom - Tue 28 Feb 2006, 08:32

Dear Nancy Kwan I was wondering if you could drop the British Equity Collecting Society in London an email contact. We collect performers' rights monies from European Countries for screenings of Britsh and/or British Co-Productions. We have collected a small amount of money for screenings of 'Drop Dead Darling', 'Wild Affair', 'The Main Attraction', and 'The World of Suzie Wong' but I have been unable to track down an agent to send the cheque to. Please do send me an email correspondence if you wish to update me with agent and/or contact details. You can also visit our website for further information www.equitycollecting.org.uk I look forward to hearing from you Kindest Lisa British Equity Collecting Society First Floor 66 Great Russell Street London WC1B 3BN +44 (0)20 7242 8082
lisa <lstuart@equitycollecting.org.uk>
London, England - Tue 28 Feb 2006, 05:22

Nancy, Your portrayal of Suzie Wong changed my life in a big way. I fell in love with the Chinese people and culture, went on to live in Taiwan and study Chinese language and visited Hong Kong to see where the movie was filmed. I have often wondered what happened to the beautiful paintings of you that was used in the movie. You are the greatest. Because of you I have many Chinese friends.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
James Robinson <luoweixing@hotmail.com>
Washington, DC USA - Sun 26 Feb 2006, 03:29

Dear Nancy. I would love to meet up with you in Hong Kong. I have now returned to HK after performing in Musical Theatre in NYC and I am a eurasian dancer/singer just like you! I grew up in HK and want to break into film and especially film Musicals as I have danced for 20 years and have a strong singing voice. You are my STAR! Please can we chat about your amazing life and perhaps you can offer me some invaluable career advice? I look forward to hearing from you. Lorea X
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Lorea Solabarrieta <lorea@lorea.com>
Hong Kong, USA - Wed 22 Feb 2006, 10:50

Simple and plain. Nancy Kwan is a jewell and a star in all it's positive implications. I wish you many many more years of health happiness and entertaining us with your grace and beauty wit and those wonderful eyes and warm smile. Thanks.....an old fan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
ric <rgilley@columbus.rr.com>
columbus, ohio USA - Mon 20 Feb 2006, 09:08

George Duning's musical score for The World of Suzie Wong really helped make the film a memorable movie. My favorite scene and background music is "Aberdeen Caper" when Suzie & Robert are riding the boat to the floating restaurant. I still have my 33 1/3 rpm L.P. sound track from the movie.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
L.es Hong <cshles@aol.com>
honolulu, hi USA - Mon 20 Feb 2006, 00:16

DURING THE FILMING OF "WRECKING CREW", WHAT WAS BRUCE LEE LIKE & HOW DID THE MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING GO WITH U & SHARON & ELKE & TINA WITH BRUCE? WAS HE LIKED & DID HE LIKE EVERYONE? WHAT DID BRUCE & DEAN MARTIN THINK OF EA OTHER? ID LIKE TO SEE U ON:JAY LENO, CONAN OBRIEN SHOWS
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
DANNY BAUER <BOSSDAD62@YAHOO.COM>
FLORENCE, KY USA - Thu 09 Feb 2006, 19:00

I have been crazy about you since I was 10 years old. I first hear you sing on a record of Flower Drum Song, then I saw you in the movie. Love at first sight! My favorite is The World of Suzie Wong! Miss Kwan you deserve you star! I look forward to hearing more from you in the future. Love C.T. (a big fan)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
c.t. rothschild <christianrothsch@aol.com>
bossier city, la USA - Wed 08 Feb 2006, 19:28

I lived in Boston in the early 1970's with a student from Boston College named Annie Kwan, whom I always believed was your younger sister. We lived with Elizabeth Perry, better known as "Zipper", in an apartment in Allston. We have both tried to find Annie over the years to reconnect. Is there any chance that you might help us with this? "Kwana" was the funniest and most brilliant girl I have ever known and would love to connect with her again somehow, someday. Thank you.
Jan Lyle Malcolm <janlylemalcolm@verizon.net>
Warren, RI USA - Tue 07 Feb 2006, 09:56

Tamahine Este filme � uma das boas recorda��es da minha fase adolescente. Confesso que v� o filme e me apaixonei pela Tamahine. Durante v�rios dias eu ia ao cinema apenas para ver o cartaz e olhar aquela t�o linda menina. E nunca esquec� o nome de sua int�rprete. Hoje, j� com 58 anos, a reencontro gra�as a internet, e fico feliz por ainda v�-la t�o bela. Que Deus a conserve sempre assim!!!
Ilton Barbosa <iltonbarbosa@uol.com.br>
Rio de Janeiro, RJ BRAZIL - Wed 01 Feb 2006, 21:01

Hi Nancy;this is Mike. I hope you get a chance to read this message,and you can contact me at longbeachmiami@yahoo.com.I've seen alot of your moives that you have done before,and even though I could only pick one on the servey;I have to say all of the movies that I saw you in were excellent.Besides that;you were the first asian woman that I saw on film,and on t.v.,and you are still the Sexiest,Hottest,Most Exotic,And Very Beautiful Asian Woman in Hollywood.I have alot of Asian lady friends,and I prefer only Asian Women;because of the Beauty you have on the outside,and the Beauty that Asian Women have in there heart.You are truley the best.It would be great to see you do some more movies either on the big screen;or on t.v. Always the best to you Nancy K.Here's A Big Texas Hug.Have A Great Day.xoxo P.S.Nancy if you have a yahoo add I will e-mail you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mike <longbeachmiami@yahoo.com>
Dallas, TX USA - Sun 22 Jan 2006, 20:14

Hi Nancy;this is Mike. I hope you get a chance to read this message,and you can contact me at longbeachmiami@yahoo.com.I've seen alot of your moives that you have done before,and even though I could only pick one on the servey;I have to say all of the movies that I saw you in were excellent.Besides that;you were the first asian woman that I saw on film,and on t.v.,and you are still the Sexiest,Hottest,Most Exotic,And Very Beautiful Asian Woman in Hollywood.I have alot of Asian lady friends,and I prefer only Asian Women;because of the Beauty you have on the outside,and the Beauty that Asian Women have in there heart.You are truley the best.It would be great to see you do some more movies either on the big screen;or on t.v. Always the best to you Nancy K.Here's A Big Texas Hug.Have A Great Day.xoxo
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Mike <longbeachmiami@yahoo.com>
Dallas, TX USA - Sun 22 Jan 2006, 20:11

While I really enjoyed "The Joy Luck Club" and wished that you had acted in it, I am truly glad that you stuck to your guns regarding the "Suzy Wong" line. While I am not of Asian descent, or perhaps because of this, I was able to really empathize with the characters in "The World Of Suzy Wong" on a very human level. Your performance was, and remains SUPERB!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Elijah Tyre <smokesignals317@hotmail.com>
Atlantic City, NJ USA - Sat 21 Jan 2006, 23:41

Hello I am just trying to find out if Nancy Kwan ever lived in Glossop, Derybshire in the UK? The reason I am asking is that family legend is that she went to school there and knew my mother's younger brother Ritson Gillings. It is probably just a family legend as we all are fans of her wonderful film The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Suchi Chatterjee <suchitrachaterjee@btinternet.com>
Brighton, UK - Sat 21 Jan 2006, 19:07

Hi Nancy Did you have any connection with the Morningside district of Edinburgh? Thank you Chris
Christopher Was <cwas@ualberta.ca>
Edmonton, Alberta Canada - Sat 21 Jan 2006, 02:03

Only saw you in "The Wrecking Crew" when I was about 10 years old in 1973. Also saw you in some face cream commercial around that era. At that young age I knew true beauty after seeing you. Though you seem to be adaptable to all races judging from your photos on this site, you gave me a real Asian fetish for the longest time. THANKS!!
Tom <mosihasteen@prodigy.net>
NorthHampton, NY USA - Sun 08 Jan 2006, 13:41

hi kid - your flower film was first i saw of you 1/62. my sister-in-law still thinks she can still do that "I'm A Girl" dance and song 43 years later - not too bad i guess. luv ya jay
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
jay <a6620@netzero.net>
benchley, tx USA - Wed 28 Dec 2005, 03:44

Just wanted to wish you all a very happy holiday and a prosperous New Year for 2006. From your distant "cousin", Laura
Laura Takeshta <ltakeshta@earthlink.net>
Johnstown, OH USA - Thu 22 Dec 2005, 10:43

November 17, 2005 *** Dear Nancy *** Hello glad you have a website! I have owned the "Flower Drum Song" on VHS for a few years. I remember seeing it when i was about 5 years old at the Strand Theater in Thompsonville Conn. However, just a few days ago, I purchased "The World of Suzie Wong" on DVD. It's magic! What more can i say? I just start to cry during some of the scenes..it's so beautiful. Especially when you put on that outfit that William Holden's Character purchased for you. You come out in that and bow to him, and say to him "No only Wan Chai girl in love"... I just wonder if they let you keep that costume.. what a treasure!!! Reminds me of "Portrait of Jennie".... the paintings by Liz Moore were outstanding... the sights of Hong Kong...it was beautiful and rustic back then. Hope one can still go back there and find some old in that city.. thank you for letting me comment. regard, Mariam F Donerian
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mariam F Donerian <definitedoll@aol.com >
Somersville , CT USA - Sat 17 Dec 2005, 21:09

Nancy, I just wanted to say, It was a pleasure to see your film "The World of Suzie Wong" for the 20th time. I only wish there was a folow up to that movie? It would have made for a great movie watching how you and W. Holden...work things out good & bad in the states? (maybe a comedy? heheheh) Again, thank you for gracing the film & acting community and coming into our hearts! You are a true gem Nancy. I wish you good health & much love.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kurt <whitek111@yahoo.com>
TX USA - Mon 12 Dec 2005, 01:22

As I prepare for a sentimental journey to Hong Kong where I lived as a little girl you came to mind, Ms. Kwan, and I found your site. I recall having seen your movie for the first time on TV when i was not even in school yet and remember being very moved by your portrayal of Suzie. As someone who is also Eurasian I am proud to know that you represent us and that you are actively engaged in your acting profession to this day. Much continued good health and happiness to you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Frances Seeds <frannie_chan@yahoo.com>
Washington, D.C. USA - Thu 01 Dec 2005, 23:51

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Gerry Martin <gerry@123greetings.com>
USA - Mon 28 Nov 2005, 07:58

Dear Nancy I have been a great admirer for many years and I wonder if you could please assist me. I am Chairperson of Action Medical Research in Peterborough in the UK. Action Medical Research provides funding for vital research and you have this funding to thank for the first British Polio vaccine, the first Rubella vaccine, the first ultra sound scanning and the first artificial hip and much more. This year we are hoping to raise �3m for the Touching Tiny Lifes Campaign for research into problems in pregnancy and premature birth. I know that this may be an impossible request for you but I am organising a very prestigious Ball with a Chinese New Year theme and we would be extremely highly honoured if you could attend this event as our special guest. The Ball takes place on Saturday 4th February 2006 at the Marriott Hotel Peterborough, UK. I would be extrremely grateful if you consider our request to attend which would give the event enormous publicity and thereby make more funds for the charity plus the fact it would be delightful to meet you and have you attend. I would like forward to hearing from you as to whether this is possible and would of course be able to provide you with 2 complimentary overnight stays at the hotel. I look forward to hearing from you. If you wish to know more about the event or the charity then please do contact me on either +44 1733 260821 or email angela@ahlb.co.uk. I was out in Hong Kong in 1965/67 and just missed the opportunity to meet you at a Shaw's brothers event. Kindest regards Angela Hyde
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Angela Hyde <angela@ahlb.co.uk>
Peterborough, USA - Fri 25 Nov 2005, 08:44

Saw "Flower Drum Song" for a class of mine. Namely Asian American Literature. Thought you were fabulous in the movie. It reminded a lot of films made by Bollywood, very colourful. My teacher said that there were some protests in the United States after the release of the film. He said that second generation chinese americans found the film to be offensive. I wonder how that could be. I thought the film was not offensive in the least.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Rishi Gajria <rishigajria@yahoo.com>
Milwaukee, WI USA - Thu 17 Nov 2005, 16:10

Both YOU and SYLVIA SYMS, were the reason the dreams of so many young people to this day are in movies!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
ROBERT BUTLER
USA - Wed 16 Nov 2005, 20:58

Miss Kwan: Finding this web site is an early Christmas present for me. You stole my heart in 1964 at the Pix Theatre in Hollywood when, as a youngster of 14, I saw you dance the "Kaluga" in Honeymoon Hotel. In more than 40 years I have never asked for it back. On a more serious note -- you also taught me that beauty, class and integrity come in different colors and from different places. An important lesson for a young person in the early 1960's. Finally, another "gift" you've given your fans -- staying true to yourself and your beliefs all these years. Rare indeed in your profession. I wish you happiness and joy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Robert McArthur <McArthur2005@aol.com>
Mar Vista, CA USA - Sat 12 Nov 2005, 18:32

I fell in love with you at while watching you do those dance scenes to "I enjoy being a girl" in Flower Drum Song and of course World of Suzy Wong. I read that you reside in Thousand Oaks. Every time me and my wife and daughter drive go Los Angeles and go through Thousand Oaks, I always think of you and wish we could visit you. I guess an email from you or when you plan on making another personal appearance will suffice!
Marc Hirzel <marchirzel@sbcglobal.net>
Pismo Beach, CA USA - Tue 08 Nov 2005, 17:13

TOO MANY TO NAME THEM ALL U WERE VERY GOOD IN THEM ALL! (AND GORGEOUS!) HOW WELL DID U GET TO KNOW BRUCE LEE & WHAT WAS HE LIKE IN PERSON?
DANNY BAUER <BOSSDAD62@YAHOO.COM>
FLORENCE, KY USA - Mon 31 Oct 2005, 17:53

Dear Friend I am an old school friend from Kingsmoor,and classmate.(I lived in Hyde) Hoping that you read these comments.I have fond memories of our school in the UK. Now live here in the US. Yvonne
Yvonne Wright <widdodiddo@aol.com>
Camas, Wa USA - Sun 30 Oct 2005, 17:29

To think as young boy in 1960 I fell in love with you. So much that I met my own Suzie in the Philippines. Now 31 years later I still lover as much today as the first day I met her. What an impact that Movie had on me. I was sure as a young boy an Asian woman would be part of my world. My wife is my best friend. My wife's grand Father was Chinese. When we were young my pet name for was her was Shanghi Annie. Thanks Nancy
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Fred Ferro <fferro885@aol.com>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Sat 29 Oct 2005, 22:17

Hi Nancy, just talked about you and Norbert with my sweatheart, so I found your site - very nice pictures !!! Miss you both - hope to see you in the near future....( ? ) When will you be in Europe ? I have to wait with overseas travelling till my son is a bit older.... Hugs and Kisses, Nicole
nicole boguth <kontakt@nicoleboguth.de>
baden-baden, germany - Sun 16 Oct 2005, 06:29

Hello Nancy: I was just informed about the loss of Pedro. I spoke with Robert, and unfortunately, I was informed too late to go to the memorial. He was such a dear man, and will be missed greatly. It has been a long time since we spoke, I hope you are doing well. Please drop me an e-mail if you get the chance. Warm regards, Jeanie
Jeanie Stevenson <jeanie.stevenson@warnerbros.com>
Burbank, CA USA - Thu 13 Oct 2005, 16:38

Hello Ms. Kwan, I like world of susie wong and flower drum song, they are both exquisite movies of your talent and beauty. I use to live and work in Hong Kong years ago, and loved the flavor of the orient, the smells, character, the life. I was just 26 then but enjoyed the life. Not that hong kong is your typical western ideal of beauty but, it has it's own beauty as well as the rest of SE Asia. I was blessed to have had the experience. I just want to say you are an elegant beauty and I love you for that. God bless you. ps. I am also a dancer. entertainer. and am still training and dancing at the age of 61.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
charlotte boyd <boydcharjoe@aol.com>
palmdale, ca USA - Sat 08 Oct 2005, 22:07

Nancy, the world lost Pedro Dupuy last week. He passed away at 83, and was working vibrantly to the very end. I had been building a multimedia entertainment company with him. I met you and Pedro first back in 1990 when taking class from him. I would be happy to send you a memorial announcement. Pedro would want that. -- Robert
Robert Feeney <pedro.dupuy@fhslegacy.com>
Glendale, CA USA - Tue 27 Sep 2005, 00:20

Hi! I saw Ms. Kwan in The McMasters and after reading her biography, I thought how appropriate it was that she played a woman that married a man of a different race! That was especially brave at that time! She did a wonderful job in the role and it is that much more easier to understand her motivation! Bravo, Ms. Kwan! Janetlee
janetlee <izitme@myway.com>
USA - Mon 26 Sep 2005, 23:03

Dear Miss Kwan: I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed you in The World of Suzie Wong. Some how this movie has touched my soul. Sincerely, David
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
David Penny <Copperhead10@aol.com>
San Diego, Ca. USA - Sat 17 Sep 2005, 14:50

Miss Kwan, I saw you in "FD Song" and "Fate is the Hunter" when the movies came out. Those were 2 of my favorite movies that I saw in the 60's that you were in and have actually purchased "Fate is the Hunter" and am looking to buy "FD Song" here in the near future. I always thought you were so pretty and very very talented and very sexy, esp in "Suzy Wong". You made some great memories for me. Don't know if you'll ever read this but this site made my day that I could comment. God Bless you and so glad Mr. Stark found you so you could exercise in such a beautiful way, in public, the talent and beauty you were given. Sincerely, Dennis J. Hermannes Anchorage, AK
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Dennis J. Hermannes <bearclaw46@gci.net>
Anchorage, AK USA - Fri 09 Sep 2005, 01:32

Does Nancy have any plans to publish an autobiography? I'm sure the story of her rise to fame and experience living in different continents would be absolutely fascinating. Her tai chi video is really great - she's an excellent practitioner and it feels great to do.
Ash <as87ho78k@hotmail.com>
Havant, - Tue 30 Aug 2005, 11:25

For all those interested Fate is The hunter will be on cinemax's m max on monday morning at 620 am on august 29 th. Direct tv chanel 513.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
chris krietsch
USA - Sat 27 Aug 2005, 13:55

Pity guys, If you travel by star ferry, remember bringing a pen to pretend to take a picture of a beautiful girl, she may say, "Captain, you stole my money!" then you will be another lucky guy!
Hk lawman
USA - Fri 26 Aug 2005, 09:43

Suzie, Nancy, you should come to HK once this year! I love you so much! Kiss you!
hk lawman
USA - Fri 26 Aug 2005, 09:31

I am a Hong kong guy! If you like the world of suzie, you must remember the star ferry wharf, Suzie said, "CAPTAIN, WOLDEN STOLE MY MONEY" in the ferry. The star ferry wharf would be removed next year!!! Everytime when I travel by star ferry, I like walking in time tunnel! Pity guys! If you want to enjoy to walk in suzie wong time tunnel, may meet another Suzie? You should come to Hong Kong this year! Don't miss it! Bye!
lawman
USA - Fri 26 Aug 2005, 09:21

Dear Ms. Kwan You are as lovely and sexy today as you have ever been. I shall always have the hots for you! That is why I will always remain... your fan Michael Agnos Hemet, CA
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael Agnos <cornetmike@yahoo.com>
Hemet, CA USA - Fri 19 Aug 2005, 13:44

I have generally enjoyed all Ms. Kwan's work. Having stated that much may I inquire what connection the webmaster of ths site has with Ms. Kwan. In other words are the comments actually read and questions answered by her? Or is this site maintained by an avid fan dedicated to her? Thanks for your time.
Lloyd Brown <chiefbrown@sbcglobal.net>
USA - Wed 17 Aug 2005, 21:29

Dear Ms. Kwan, It is a pleasure to say hello to you. I have always loved your movies and I think that you are a very beautiful women. I especially like your products, which are oriental pearl cream. I would like to know the number I can call or the site that I can look under in order for me to once again use your products. It has been awhile and my skin is not the same. I am hoping to hear from you so I will have the pleasure of using your products again and for my skin to improve once more. I also wanted to say that my favorite movie that you made is Flower Drum Song. I would really appreciate it if you let me know how I can order your products again. Sincerely yours, Gloria Padilla
Gloria Padilla <Cosadulce@comcast.net>
Romeoville, Ill. USA - Thu 04 Aug 2005, 03:14

Actually, all her films are favourites, so it's difficult to choose. How about adding an "all of the above" option? Hello to Miss Kwan and her webmaster. I've revived the Star for Nancy campaign on my website. It will be improved with a special page. At the moment, it's a link to your star campaign website. I suggest that all Nancy Kwan fans who have websites and blogs, link to the Nancy Kwan Star Of Hollywood campaign. Also add the campaign in your emails. So many less deserving get their stars. I am not taking that privelege and pleasure from them, but I think Nancy should have had her star a long time ago. Let's get our forums, blogs, emails, comments, websites, organized and link to this campaign now. Best regards to all. Amy
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Amapola <theamapola@yahoo.com>
Orlando, FL USA - Sun 31 Jul 2005, 13:49

Dear Ms. Kwan: I have been a fan of yours since your films the World of Suzie Wong and the Flower Drum Song. It was a real surprise to find your site on Google. I also saw you perform a play in San francisco a few years ago at the Palace of Fine Arts which I enjoyed very much. After seeing your list of films, I will try to find all of the others and watch them too. Thank you and I hope to see you again in a future performance.
alvin louie <albeane@hotmail.com>
foster city, ca USA - Wed 20 Jul 2005, 21:05

Ms. Kwan - I would like to thank you first for all the wonderful movies you've entertained us with over the years. I have attempted to find a copy of your book "A Celebration of Life, Memories of My Son." but have been unable to locate a copy. If you have any idea where I may purchase copy it would be very nice to hear back from you. Best wishes to you and your family. Regards, Tim Armas
Tim Armas <timothyarmas@hotmail.com>
San Francisco, CA USA - Tue 19 Jul 2005, 12:23

Saw Ms. Kwan in the FDS when I was a kid, and fell in love! Great movie, with all the great asian-american actors! TWOSW was also a great one! Ms. Kwan is a stone fox!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Vincent <maildumphere@yahoo.com>
Long Island, NY USA - Thu 14 Jul 2005, 13:52

ONE OF THE BEST PICTURE MADE
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
RICHARD BOYINGTON <RICHFUMI@AOL.COM>
SAN PEDRO SAN SAN PEDRO , CA USA - Mon 04 Jul 2005, 03:39

Great site! Never knew this was here. I have been a fan of Nancy Kwan all my life and would love to get a copies of her films. Anyone with copies to spare? Sources to buy? I am especially looking for "Tamahine." Email me if you can help. Thanks, Asiablue
Asiablue <Asiablue@mail.com>
USA - Fri 24 Jun 2005, 16:45

I tried renting Flower Drum Song from NetFlix and when I couldn't find it I found your website. I wanted to show Flower Drum Song to my 3 girls who are active in dance, choir and popular singing (ages 14, 12 & 6). Your performance was fantastic and the movie rates in my top 10 of all time musicals. I saw the movie when I was quite young (around 10) and it was a very enjoyable production that left a positive impression on me that still survives over 30 years later! I hope the studio releases a DVD and I plan to buy the VHS for now. I hope the best of everything for you and your family!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
John Taylor
CA USA - Fri 24 Jun 2005, 00:50

Nancy, I suppose I am one of many (ok, one of a whole lot) who loved you and your character in The World of Suzie Wong. Lets just say it inspired me to visit Hong Kong and I loved it there -- especially the food. Now I am trying to maintain my connection with Hong Kong and China generally through business dealings. Anyway, you had a positive net impact on my life. Thanks! -- Stephen Quinn
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Stephen Quinn <stephenq@portfolioeffect.com>
Redmond, Wa USA - Wed 22 Jun 2005, 19:49

I saw World of Suzie Wong in HK 1961. Also, I saw Nancy in HK about the same time. Last nite I finished reading Richard Mason's book and couldn't put it down. How well does Nancy know the author Mason. Can anyone tell me more about Richard Mason. I just want to comment that he is such a prolific writer. Brings back nostalgic feelings of the past. I am about the same age as Nancy and of course would like to hear from anyone re her and her brother Ka Keung. Gladys
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
gladys <glids@verizon.net>
Baldwin Park, CA USA - Tue 21 Jun 2005, 00:15

ME AND MY MOTHER USE THE ORIENTAL PEARL CREAM YOU ADVERTISED. THE COMPANY THAT SOLD IT WAS IN BURBANK,CA, THEN IT MOVED AND THEN AGAIN TO BURBANK. NOW WE NEED TO REORDER THE ORIENTAL PEARL FACE CREAM AND WE CAN NOT LOCATE THEM. SO WE HOPE YOU CAN HELP US. AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
CARMEN G. REYES <RREYES1934@AOL..COM>
CAGUAS, PR USA - Thu 02 Jun 2005, 13:27

If the immortal Bard were alive I am quite certain he would have said of you (paraphrasing and poetic license accepted ) ' What a fox '. The true measure a person is how they resonate with others during their lifetime. You get high marks. Thank you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Pat <patstarbucks@hotmail.com>
Los Altos, ca USA - Sun 22 May 2005, 20:39

Happy Birthday Nancy. I am haunted everytime I watch Suzy Wong which have been countless times. The acting ensemble, the scenery, story, chemistry between you and Holden, especially your heartbreaking beauty and portrayal of a very complex young woman is just stunning. Take Care of yourself and many happy returns.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dianne
upper Sacramento River, Ca USA - Fri 20 May 2005, 19:29

Nancy- I also wanted to wish you a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
AJT <zen0010@yahoo.com>
TX USA - Thu 19 May 2005, 17:11

Nancy- I love your films! You are an incredibly beautiful woman and your legacy in film will continue to entertain generations to come! I enjoyed your performance with the wonderful William Holden in "The World of Suzie Wong" and your remarkable talents in "Flower Drum Song"..I also had the opportunity to see your wonderfully dramatic performance in "The Cenotaph" the two part episode in which you acted with David Carradine in the series Kung Fu..I know you have done many other films and TV shows but unfortunately I have not seen them yet..Now with cable programs replaying classic TV shows and films maybe I will get a chance! This is a wonderful website and I hope it will keep fans updated with news on your current life..
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
AJT <zen0010@yahoo.com>
TX USA - Thu 19 May 2005, 17:10

Dear Nancy, I have watched this film for at least 20 years, and It never seams to get dated In any way. I asked my wife, If we could travel to Hong Kong, and then to her mother's home In Shenyang, she agreed to go. I am very happy to get this chance, even If only threw your sight, to lett you know that you are one of my favorite actresses. I ownly wish I could find some of your more dramatic films.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Howard Jackowitz <hjackowitz@netzero.com>
Brooklyn, NY USA - Thu 19 May 2005, 13:11

Dear Nancy, I have been a fan of yours ever since the movie WSW came out. In the begining of the film and you see the ocean liner"President Wilson" my father who was the Executive Chef on board at the time told me to look for him in the film on the bow of the ship. This is truly one of my greatest memories and films I watch at least five times or more a year. Hope to pick up more of the earlier films you made. A fan for life.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Frank Cleope JR> <cleope707@yahoo.com>
Fairfield, CA USA - Thu 19 May 2005, 02:12

the day somebody invent the timeline machine I will travel to 1960, all respect Nancy Kwan.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
'nah Ibrahim
Mexico - Wed 18 May 2005, 11:39

Thanks to all concerned for such a good website. I saw SW and I crazy mad in love with Nancy. It's funny seeing it now, when so much time has passed to see the similarities between Suzy and Nancy's stories( going to America, tragic loss of a son).I recommend her fans to check out her spoken books as well as her movies. Farewell to My Concubine is a favourite.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ashok Nair <as87ho78k@hotmail.com>
Havant, Uk - Fri 13 May 2005, 11:44

Before I say anything,I would like to wish you a Very Happy Birthday for your special day - May 19th.I know that your BD is 10 days away,but I wanted to be the 1st to say "HAPPY BIRTHDAY NANCY!!!" . BTW Nancy, would you know when the Flower Drum Song will be released on DVD? I hope it will be soon. I really can't wait to add this ***** (five star) movie to my DVD collection. This is the first big production movie that I could really truly relate to, being of Oriental ethnicity in the early 60's. FDS for me and I guess a lot of people like me (not necessarily Oriental Asian)but of other ethnic background is "a breath of of fresh air from Hollywood". During that time in the 60's I could never relate to all the european hollywood movies that they cranked out in hoards . Then one day it happened. FDS ( Flower Drum Song )came out and I was in 7th heaven. I finally had a role model (James Shigeta)to compare and shape myself into. Let me tell you after viewing FDS it really was a Breath of Fresh Air into my soul. Nancy I hope you have the Best Birthday you ever have in 2005, HAPPY BIRTHDAY NANCY !!!!!. Good Health-TNChiba
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Theodore Chiba <tnchiba@look.ca ; chibatech@look.ca>
Toronto, Ont Canada - Mon 09 May 2005, 18:42

Nancy as Susie Wong made me feel inmediately infatuated when I was 14. She is beautiful,sweet and classy. I read many of the comments here,some are nice, some naive and some are unadvertedly rude, but all of them full of praise. Nancy should feel really good about it. I don't expect HER to reply this and least to date me!!, but I feel tempted to indulge in the thought that she might...perhaps, read it...?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Daniel <redbasso@hotmail.com>
Miami, FL USA - Wed 04 May 2005, 01:33

I was privileged to be a student of the Phyllis Bedell's School in London when you were also a student. Currently I am writing a little book with four friends - a compilation of short stories. I wish to include your name in my story about my ballet training and am requesting your permission to do so. The excerpt says 'my inspiration came from my fellow students... the most fascinating - a young lady from Hong Kong - Nancy Kwan - later to have fame in 'Suzie Wong' and 'Flower Drum Song'. She seemed so confident, yet was so vulnerable.' My name at that time was Elaine Anderson. Please let me know how you feel about my using your name in this publication. With grateful thanks. Elaine (I posted this message on your Comments page, before I found this e-mail site)
Jennifer Smith (for Elaine Douglas) <molehouse@btinternet.com>
Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire UK - Mon 25 Apr 2005, 05:24

I was privileged to be a student of the Phyllis Bedell's School in London when you were also a student. Currently I am writing a little book with four friends - a compilation of short stories. I wish to include your name in my story about my ballet training and am requesting your permission to do so. The excerpt says 'my inspiration came from my fellow students.... the most fascinating - a young lady from Hong Kong - Nancy Kwan - later to have fame in 'Suzie Wong' and 'Flower Drum Song'. She seemed so confident, yet was so vulnerable.' My name at that time was Elaine Anderson. Please let me know how you feel about this. With grateful thanks. Elaine
Elaine Douglas <molehouse@btinternet.com>
Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire UK - Thu 21 Apr 2005, 13:15

MUMU ALWAYS SEEK 4 THE NICE ONES AND HE REALLY GET AT THEM AS YOU CAN SEE I AM RIGHT HERE DOING IT THEM REAL WAY PLS KO
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
MUMU <MUMUMAGA@MUMU.COM>
LOME, TOGO - Thu 14 Apr 2005, 06:48

I recall as a child being mesmerized by Nancy Kwan and I watched many of her movies growing up. I wonder what her thoughts are regarding the director (Richard Quine) of The World of Suzy Wong and if anyone knows the story behind his death. Information is sketchy at best. Having worked with him I wonder if she knows. Mark
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mark Lucas <mark.lucas@agsaz.com>
Mesa, AZ USA - Tue 12 Apr 2005, 16:56

I am a big fan of Nancy and saw most of her films and think she is a great actress. I always enjoyed the role she played in The Wrecking Crew with Sharon Tate. They have a great fight scene in which if I am correct Sharon actually knocks Nancy out a total of three times. In one scene she sneaks up on Sharon and gets a good punch to the side of her stomach and knocks her down and delivers a few kicks before Sharon gets up and kicks and punches her out. Later Nancy is seen trying to clear her head and get up but Sharon sees her and as Nancy is groggy and trying to get up Sharon times a great kick and knocks her out again. I wish Nancy would have won naturally but it was a great fight scene. I think she is great!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Beth <Mitsy1072@aol.com>
USA - Sat 09 Apr 2005, 09:38

I read the updated press clippings that were added to this great website. With best regards to Rafu Shimpo's article about Nancy Kwan and James Shigeta last working together on The Flower Drum Song, I just want to correct that fact - they worked AGAIN together in 1968 in the movie, Nobody's Perfect. I don't mean to demean the article, but a Nancy Kwan fan like myself would like to correct that error.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
B Navarro <tsacontest@hotmail.com>
Cerritos, CA USA - Thu 31 Mar 2005, 00:44

I have recently completed Celluloid San Francisco: The Movie Lover's Guide to Bay Area Movie Locations, and would like to include two of the stills on this site (NancyA3 and Nancy41). Can you contact me regarding obtaining scanned copies at higher resolution as well as permissions. Thanks!
Jim Van Buskirk <jvanbuskirk@sfpl.org>
San Francisco, CA USA - Mon 28 Mar 2005, 19:52

Have just purchased 'The World of Suzie Wong' on DVD. Nancy Kwan is quite simply perfect xxx
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Darren Field <dazf7@aol.com>
Whitwick, England - Sun 27 Mar 2005, 10:28

I just wanted to say that Nancy Kwan is my favorite female Asian Actress. I first seen her on Hawaii Five O. (Very Beautiful Lady!)
Jeff
USA - Sun 27 Mar 2005, 09:28

I've been a huge fan of Ms Kwan's ever since as a teenager, I saw Lt. Robin Crusoe USN. At the time, I could not find out much info about you, but I must say..I WAS IN LOVE! My next exposure to your films was in '77 or '78 when, as a young Marine I saw The World Of Susie Wong on network TV. The first chance that I got to go to Hong Kong later in '78, I of course had to search for my own vision of Susie, only to be disappointed at the reality! Nancy, you're still my favorite actress of all time and I wish you the best of luck in all you do!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Richard Lucker <apehog@sbcglobal.net>
Houston, TX USA - Fri 25 Mar 2005, 18:22

I have placed the following request in this open forum as there seems no way to contact the website's webmaster directly. I am acting on behalf of the production designer Syd Cain, who designed the sets for 'The World of Suzie Wong'. In this film, the artist portrayed by William Holden is working on a portrait of Suzie. Mr Cain (now in his 87th year) owns this original and beautiful painting and wishes to sell it. There is the posibility he may wish to place it in a CHRISTIE'S auction. However, he wondered if Ms Kwan may be interested in purchasing the painting herself. Should this be the case, perhaps one of her representatives could contact me at the email address listed in this message. A photograph of the painting can be emailed on request. Many thanks Graham Rye on behalf of Syd Cain
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Graham Rye <editor@007magazine.co.uk>
Addlestone, England - Thu 24 Mar 2005, 09:32

March 24, 2005 Can anyone tell me where to buy Nancy Kwan's pearl cream. No one has it, everyone is out... My wife needs it immediatelyl? Please write and tell me? Scott golfcarmel@yahoo.com
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Scott <golfcarmel@yahoo.com>
Coos Bay, USA - Thu 24 Mar 2005, 04:12

I am busy for examination, I will give you email later!
hk law man
USA - Thu 17 Mar 2005, 04:00

I am born in 1966, althogh your film was made in 1960. I like it very much! I only use HK$15 to buy, because I want to see the old Hong Kong. In that time, many buildings are short, now most of them are high and mordern. I also discover a very beautiful girl in 'the world of susie'. I am like walking in time tunnel. she is very beautiful! I know she she is old but is alive. I can say I love he, this is my pleasure. I am a HK boy, we can say cantonese, By chance we may meet in HK in the future, I will buy you a dinner. I love susie regardless of oldness! this is real love! Bye Honey Susie!
hk law man
USA - Tue 15 Mar 2005, 13:31

Dear Nancy, After watching "The World of Suzie Wong" the other day on terrestial TV, during a lazy Saturday afternoon, may just say how impressed I waswith your performance and with the film. Apart from the film "The Champ", "The World of Suzie Wong",has the distinction of being the only film that has ever made me cry (for deeply personal reasons). For this reason I researched you and the film on the internet and came to this site.I understand you have worked continuosly since the early 1960s, and I would love to see a photograph of how you look now. Very Best Wishes, Robert Crowley.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Crowley <aiwass93uk@yahoo.co.uk>
London, England - Mon 14 Mar 2005, 05:36

Dear so-called web-friends, I want to say that I deeply believe Nancy-Kwan can see your letters. However, she is a greatest superstar and busy and beware of bad people and so on, so she may only choose very lucy guy to write letter! Dear honey Nancy, I will call you later, I hope I can be the very lucky guy and see you.
HK law man
HK, USA - Mon 14 Mar 2005, 04:37

Hi there i am trying to contact Nancy Kwan. Does anyone have an email address, or a online site where i can send her a message. Please contact me on the email address provided. Many Thanks Kind regards
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
fk <fazal@o2.co.uk>
USA - Sun 13 Mar 2005, 19:02

Hi Nancy, did you have a brother Johnny that attended Diocesan Boys School in Hong Kong, he was in the same class as myself during the sixties, I remember you came to the school to collect him one day. Those were the good old days.......
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Butterworth <mike@mikebutterworth.com>
uk - Sat 12 Mar 2005, 11:33

Ps...had a geat chat with Keung when he stopped by my parents...he told me off for getting Ollie p'eed in Covent Garden...well he was up for it...huggs cous... Andrew
Andrew Carpenter <andrewhk_@hotmail.com>
London, uk - Fri 11 Mar 2005, 20:49

Hi Nancy, just found your website and enjoyed reading about our family. Love from mum (Ros) and Dad (Bernard). Regards, your cousin Andrew.
Andrew Carpenter <andrewhk_@hotmail.com>
London, UK - Fri 11 Mar 2005, 14:50

Hello Nancy I think you are still every bit as beautiful today as you were when you portrayed Suzie Wong. I also enjoyed your performance in the Dean Martin "Matt Helm" film - "The Wrecking Crew", as the villainess "Yu Rang". Also, I enjoyed your performance in the film "Tamahine". I would love to visit Hong Kong. My brother-in-law and his wife have been and really enjoyed their visit. Do you think things have changed there since it reverted back to Chinese control? Were you ever offered a part in a James Bond film? I think you would have been (and would still be!!) superb as a "Bond Girl". Take care and all the best to you. With love - Sincerely, Mike Davidson
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Davidson <bigmikegauk@lycos.com>
Bradford, West Yorkshire England - Thu 10 Mar 2005, 09:17

I extremely like the film the world of susie wong, I feel that it is not like 1960 film, this film is much better than most today films. I also want to kiss susie wong if she allowed or will allow, I know she can receive, bye! Honey!
Handsome HK boy.
USA - Wed 09 Mar 2005, 10:33

as many others, i fell in love with you in twosw. i hope you are a christian and know who Jesus is. He is God. when israel and the arabs sign their soon 7 year peace Jesus is coming for the saved. hope to see you in heaven very soon. love you nevel
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
nevel
mentor , oh USA - Tue 08 Mar 2005, 20:51

Ms. Kwan, you are a very beautiful and talented actor, one of my all time favorites. How can I go about getting your signed photo? Thank you so very much. Ron Bailey P.O. Box 2050 Port Townsend, Wa. 98368-0239
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Ron Bailey <rontoday_2000@yahoo.com>
Port Townsend, Wa. USA - Tue 08 Mar 2005, 05:28

Dear Nancy, If there is any way possible I'd love to get an autographed photo of you. I would be happy to send a photo and postage or fee if needed. Whenever I feel down I watch FDS and automaticaly feel great. Thanks for all you've given us. God bless you. Bryan bdtopeka@hotmail.com
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film:
Bryan Dennis <bdtopeka@hotmail.com>
topeka, KS USA - Tue 08 Mar 2005, 04:43

Dear Nancy, My name is Elliott Brown. I was wondering who your current representation may be? I am making a small romantic comedy, and I was hoping to send you a copy of the script for your consideration. It would be a small role. But I would be honored if you'd consider. Please let me know who I may contact on your behalf. Please drop me a line to my e-mail address. Thanks so much. -Elliott
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Elliott Brown <elliott@studio828.net>
San Gabriel , CA United States - Sat 05 Mar 2005, 20:09

[Feel free to edit the message as needed] I have just finished watching The World of Suzie Wong. Being an 18-year-old student and a first generation Asian-American, I felt a chasm between cultural depictionsbsince then until now. For a thesis paper during high school, I wrote on the depiction of Asian and Asian-Americans in cinema and the struggle to gain acceptance beyond archetypes. Seeing this film a year after finishing that paper, I have realized much more. This movie, along with the cariactures drawn from troops in Asian nations, have done so much to allow people to accept a very surface perception of Asian women. I feel I understand the perspective of the American population from generation to generation much more clearly. I just wanted to commend your work as an actress and the early contributions you made to the Asian cinematic community. I felt you should be aware that my generation appreciates your contributions, too. ~M. Pham
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
M. Pham <amiaheroyet@student.fullerton.edu>
Anaheim, CA USA - Sat 26 Feb 2005, 17:52

You are the most beautiful chinese girls in the film the world of susie wong! Let me know what is god daughter!
Legal mouse
USA - Sat 26 Feb 2005, 13:06

It is tough to pick a favorite film of a favorite actress. I have always admired you in all films. Your talent for acting is only surpassed by your remarkable beauty and I can only say that because of the limited roles you've been given. I only wish you had made films in a later era as I believe you would have been able to get better, less stereotypical roles. But all in all, your beauty on the outside, your attitude on the inside and you infectuous smile that allows us to see what is inside have contributed to my like. Thank you for being you! Sincerely, Chris
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Chris Konomos <chris.konomos@comcast.net>
Auburn, WA USA - Sun 20 Feb 2005, 18:15

DEAR MRS.NANCY KWAN I THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE DEDICATED MYSELF TO COLLECT AUTOGRAPHES AND LETTRES OF VERY IMPORTANT ACTRESSES IN THE WORLD. I SHALL THERFORE BE GRATEFUL TO YOU IF YOU SEND ME(NOT WITH E-MAIL PLEASE) A FOTO WITH A DEDICATION IN YOUR ORIGINAL HANDWRITING AND A LETTRE. AT THIS OPPORTUNITY PLEASE ACCEPT ,MY BEST WHISHES IN THE NEW YEAR AND YOURS CONTINUOUS SUCCES! YOURS FAITHFULLY ARTHUR KREMER KEREN HAYESOD ST.4 HOLON 58488 ISRAEL
ARTHUR KREMER <arthurkremer@walla.co.il>
holon, ISRAEL - Sat 19 Feb 2005, 03:01

NICE PAGE
DR MUGU <MUGU@GUYMAN.COM>
LOME, LAGOS USA - Tue 15 Feb 2005, 08:24

Dear Nancy, Well, I watch your movie "The World of Suzie Wong" right now at my TV cable. This movie is one real classic and I believe that it�s special. I had my time of "impossible love" or "internal fights" and this make me back in time... unfortunalety I take the easyer decision and lost one special woman... but the life must go on! Congratulations, you are special!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ricardo Bruni Marx <marx@bumerangue.com>
S�o Paulo, SP Brazil - Mon 07 Feb 2005, 16:03

I believe that Nancy is the same Nancy Kwan that was at ballet school with me in West Hampstead, London UK [ Phyllis Bedell's Ballet school ] we were about 16 & 17 years old , I remember some happy times with her & if at all possible would love to contact her. maybe you would be able to send this on the her & she could contact me if she wishes? my name then was Beverley Ray! My E.Mail: JuanBevMartinez@aol.com Yours sincerely Beverley Martinez She certainly deserves her Star in Hollywood's walk of fame!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Beverley Martinez <JuanBevMartinez@aol.com>
Calpe, Alicante, Spain - Sun 06 Feb 2005, 11:12

Miss Nancy, I remember you in the movies years ago when I was a kid, and always think of you as gorgeous. A few comments on the Suzie Wong movie. If it would have been me as the William Holden character, the paint and artwork would have been tossed in a corner about one minute after meeting you, and the other girls in the bar could have provided room service. Because I love you. I always wondered what in "the world of living above a bar" took him so long. Oh yeah I forgot, he went there to innocently paint away, hmmm. William Holden made a better cowboy than an artist anyway. I also remember you in a Hawaii Five O and Kung Fu episode. And I also remember you in the McMasters. Hugs and kisses. Sincerely, Love James
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
James Paul <scandinavianisi@yahoo.com>
San Diego, CA USA - Sat 29 Jan 2005, 19:12

Ms. Kwan I have watched your work over the years I'm a big fan you are truly a legendary actress. And I hope you are in good health and spirits. It's unfortunate that the only time we as a society pay homage to those who have given or made great contributions is when they are are no longer with us. your beauty and grace has transcended time,you are an inspiration to millions. I live in Seattle,Wa, when will you be in the states, if ever. I hope I get to bow before you someday, you are truly a legend. I have collected all your films and recently discovered your web site hoping that it brings me closer to you. Heres hoping God keeps you well, love ya Mark
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mark Thomas <markt336@earthlink.net>
Seattle, Wa USA - Fri 28 Jan 2005, 23:28

Hi I found this website very well done, help me understand Nancy Kwan more, I used to know her only as Suzie Wong. I am working on exhibition in Singapore now, I wonder if it is possible to use one or photos on this website of Nancy in "The World of Suzie Wong" . Sorry for just popping the question just like that. Pls reply if possible. Thank you so much. Yan Peng (Singapore)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Yanpeng <cheongyanpeng@hotmail.com>
Singapore, USA - Thu 27 Jan 2005, 13:00

How Time has left Nancy Kwan untouched! Thanks for making available this treasure of photos.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
jon <jonnyt41@yahoo.com>
Texas USA - Sat 22 Jan 2005, 09:22

Loved you in this movie. So beautiful, and great fire inside you. Thank you, hope you have great happiness and minimal sorrow.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Daniel <lukebones@yahoo.com>
saint louis, mo USA - Fri 14 Jan 2005, 23:04

Hi Ms. Kwan! I have always admired your work, especially since it respresents the Asian-American community; not only that, but mixed individuals aren't always recognized as such, as you have been. I'm half Chinese and half Caucasian-- and although I don't plan to pursue a career in the acting field, I still greatly admire you. :)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Samantha Wolner <cerebral_arms@hotmail.com>
New York, NY USA - Fri 14 Jan 2005, 22:18

Ms Kwan My father, Ronald recently recounted stories to me of how Hong Kong and partically how the landscpe of Ho Man Tin has changed since he was a teenager. Anyway, he mentioned how area used to be large full of mansion houses and he would visit your house next door to watch tv and to have afternoon tea and getting driven by your chauffeur when on dates with your sister :), wow, wish that happened these days. I found that especially entertaining, anyway, was curious to find out a little about you and to see if you remembered your neighbours from 12A. I like your family am now an architect in london, having also studied at the AA. best wishes... :-) Dom
Dominique Lew <d.lew@btopenworld.com>
London, UK - Fri 14 Jan 2005, 09:20

Dear Ms Kwan I represent a theatrical production company in Australia and with our home base now in Singapore. We are currently begining negotiations to present a new production of the original version of Flower Drum Song for late 2006 early 2007. I could not find a reord of an agent for you in IMDbpro except for this link. The question - would you be interested in doing the role of Madale Liang for this production. It will commence in Singapore and then tour to Australia (where the show has never been seen) and then to Moscow and St Petersberg (where they have never seen a fully staged traditional Broadway musical) and possibly to London. I should also mention that Flower Drum is my own very favourite R&H and an all Asian production should give it the exposure it deserves in this part of the world at least. Many thanks Yours Anthony Kennard Cygney Productions (Melbourne) Pty Ltd PO Box 86 Armadale North Victoria 3143 Australia Tel : +613 9808 3525 Fax : +613 9808 8013
Anthony Kennard <anthony@cygnetproductions.com>
Melbourne, Vic australia - Sun 09 Jan 2005, 22:27

Been a big fan since I first saw "The World of Suzie Wong" when it was first released. I can still remember the trailer that was the add for the film. I was at the theater to see something else and the previews detailed this new hot movie "The World of Suzie Wong" with screen legend William Holden and "NEW SCREEN SENSATION" Nancy Kwan. What an impression it made on a 10 year old boy who loved movies that involved action and adventure. It was the first mature themed movie I wanted to see. When it was released I was there when the theater opened. I now own 3 copies, a VHS, a Lazer Disk, and a DVD. LOVE THE MOVIE AND WATCH IT OVER AND OVER AGAIN! Now I am trying to collect all your films. Trully, you are one of the most exquisitly beautiful women to ever grace the earth and I have felt that way since I was 10. Thanks for all the wonderful film work you have given us.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Joe Thornton <xspenser4hire@hotmail.com>
Huntington Beach, ca USA - Fri 07 Jan 2005, 19:15

Hi. This is a wonderful site and a fitting tribute to the great Nancy Kwan. It's wonderful to read all the comments of fans from around the world. I have long been a fan, and while her physical beauty obviously plays a role, so does the vibrant spirit and intelligence she conveyed in all the film work of hers I'v seen. i wish more of her films were readily available. Thnaks for the great site. And thanks to Nancy for all her great work. I hope to see more of her work in the future! Please elt me know if she will ever eb coming ot Tucson! Regards, Jeff Greenberg
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jeff Greenberg <jeff@email.arizona.edu>
Tucson, AZ USA - Thu 06 Jan 2005, 19:19

Here, at a developing University in central China, you serve as a model to countless teenage girls. Even frigid temperatures fail to deter crowds from standing outside and watching "The World of Suzie Wong". Your films have brought courage to my students and inspired many of their dreams. For that, I am most grateful. Sincerely, Professor Morley Chertkoff, BA, M.Min., Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo City, China
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Morley Chertkoff <morley@lycos.com>
Jiaozuo City, China - Mon 03 Jan 2005, 06:48

Hello Nancy, I just think you are a great actress.And I love all your movies.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Miriam <MAguilar9@cox.net>
Prov, Ri USA - Fri 31 Dec 2004, 20:02

Hey Nancy,I really love your films. The one that I loved the most was The Flower Drum Song. This film, everytime I watched it, gave me a since of a positive identity,since , the 60's living amongst an all European society. Things are changing here, in good old Toronto Ontario Canada. It is very multicultural now and there is a very strong Asian population here! I would just like to mention that I had a girl friend back in the late 60's and early 70's named Lily Quan. She was very beautiful(physically and spirtually) as you are. I lost contact with her but everytime I view one of your movies brings me back to the time I had with Lily Quan.Wow! she was very hot too!! Thanks Nancy for your films and Thanks Lily, where ever you are?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Ted Chiba <tnchiba@look.ca>
Scarborough, Ontario Canada - Tue 28 Dec 2004, 20:30

Do you still enjoy dancing? I'll bet you do! Long time fan. Just found your site. Wonderful. jeff
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jeffrey Kornspan <besharpsparks@aol>
Md. USA - Tue 28 Dec 2004, 17:48

I am a fan of Dean Martin. After watching The Wrecking crew I added your name to the programming watch list on my satelite system. The world of Suzie Wong cane on and I cried several times during the movie. What a moving preformance. I have also seen Fate of the Hunter. When are you going to get your star? What can I do to help? I would like to come and see your next preformance. Please e mail me to let me know. I'm there.
chris krietsch <chriskrietsch@msn.com>
centreville, va USA - Tue 28 Dec 2004, 14:52

Nancy Kwan has been the most beautiful woman in the world ... and still she is!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Daniele Kent <danielekent@hotmail.com>
Milano, ITALY ITALY - Mon 27 Dec 2004, 10:07

I'm currently stationed in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. "The World of Suzie Wong" has always been one of my favorite movies since I first saw it as a 12-year old on Okinawa. At 12, I thought she was one of the most beautiful women I ever saw. I was in the PX the other day and saw the movie available on DVD and purchased it. I've watched it twice in the last three days. She is still one of the most beautiful women in the world. If it's at all possible to receive an autographed photo, it would be appreciated very much by this old soldier.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
SFC Gary Fox <gary.l.fox@us.army.mil>
Dallas, GA USA - Tue 21 Dec 2004, 22:06

I am just a old time fan passing by. As a little kid I had a big crush on Nancy Kwan. I watched Lt Robinson Crusoe 3 times or so just to get another view of one of the most beautiful woman to make the movie screen. Just want to make sure she is still around. Wishing the best to her.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Gregory <bristowg@comcast.net>
Glenside, Pa USA - Mon 13 Dec 2004, 01:59

I'm a soldier in Operation Iraqi Freedom currently at camp Doha, Kuwait. Luckily they have movies available to check out. World of Suzie Wong fortunately is one of them. I forgot how good that movie was and your captivating stage presence.I'm reminded of another favorite movie and star;Rebel Without a Cause with Natalie Wood.I believe you though you were more photogenic and captivating. Any chance of an autographed pic? The guys here would flip! The younger guys don't know what a truly glamorous star should look like.Thanks, Jim
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Spc. James Hoskins <james.m.hoskins@us.army.mil>
Ft.Lewis, WA USA - Tue 07 Dec 2004, 08:09

Mother nature doesn't seem to be producing actresses as beautiful as Nancy Kwan anymore. We should all sign a petition to ask for more. HW
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Holden Wyatt <holdenwyatt@yahoo.com>
Athens, GA USA - Sun 05 Dec 2004, 01:24

Nancy I have seen your movies, but today my comment is on Pearl Cream. I remember years ago when you advertised the product on TV, I purchase some and loved it, used it for years until the factory in Florida had a fire, I know they rebuilt in California and they had sent me a new order form a few years back at that time I was unable to purchase any but now I want more and don't know who to get any. If you could provided me with purchasing information I would be truly greatful. I loved the product and used it for over 15 years. Thank you, Vienna
Vienna Vinsonhaler <vienna1955@frontiernet.net>
Tonopah, NV USA - Tue 30 Nov 2004, 20:32

Does anyone have any information about Miyoshi Umeki. Is she still alive? If so, what is she doing now?
Maurice <maurice_tedder@hotmail.com>
USA - Fri 26 Nov 2004, 00:25

Dear Nancy Kwan : THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG has always been one of my all-time favorite films. I saw it again a few nights ago and was more impressed than ever. Your performance as Suzie is extraordinary. My question is : in a biography of the film director David Lean (I'm a director myself), Lean mentions visiting SUZIE WONG author Richard Mason in Hong Kong and meeting the real Suzie (according to Lean, her name actually was Suzie, although her surname wasn't Wong). I've learned that Mason died not long ago. Do you know, by any chance, what happened to Suzie? Thank you for your incandescent performance in this unforgettable film. Best Wishes Always : Max Reagan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Max Reagan <Max_Reagan@hotmail.com>
USA - Wed 24 Nov 2004, 11:38

Dear Nancy I was at school in Hong Kong with Bernie and recently decided to try to trace him. I was shocked and very upset to find out that he had died and wanted to contact you. I am so sorry. He was good, kind, and wise in ways I barely understood then. A special person. I will always carry a little of Bernie in my heart. I just wanted you to know that he has been thought of often and still is. With love to you Sue
sue trotter (nee Billis) <sue.trotter@tiscali.co.uk>
UK - Wed 24 Nov 2004, 07:21

Good morning Nancy, Thank you for many years of great acting and wonderful entertainment.You have an impressive website.Always nice to find a star that is acessible to the fans that paid their way.You are among the few! Again thank you and have a happy life. Gary M.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gary Matson <GMa6186505@aol.com>
Mantua, OH USA - Wed 24 Nov 2004, 06:31

What would you different if you were 21 again. Thanks
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Antonio Gomez <antonio.gomez@earthlink.net>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Sat 20 Nov 2004, 04:10

You are amazing, beautiful, talented, and gorgeous. I watched The World of Suzy Wong yesterday and today I watched Flower Drum Song. I think I'm going to watch your entire collection. I loved you in both, even if I have to think about how playing a Chinese female roles were portrayed. I hope I get to meet you one day when you're in SF!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
amy han <missamy@u.washington.edu>
san francisco, ca USA - Tue 09 Nov 2004, 19:56

Many of the beautiful actresses had little talent. Nancy was/is steeped in both.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jon <goneglobal35@hotmail.com>
USA - Tue 09 Nov 2004, 11:27

Dear Ms. Kwan, I never liked William Holden but The World of Miss Suzy Wong is one of my favorite movies because of you. No way could I ever look at Bill when you were on the screen. Please let me know where I can get some 'Oriental Pearl Cream' I started using it when you were doing the TV ads for it. Has the company gone out of business? Sincerely, Barbara Simmons
barbara simmons <barsedona@yahoo.com>
murray, ut USA - Sat 06 Nov 2004, 01:00

Hello Ms Kwan, I have written a tribute poem to honour your good self, with emphasis on your first film role. (I have a treasured video copy of this wonderful movie). I don't wish to publish the poem or do anything else with it until you have seen it and approve or otherwise. My previous attempts to contact you via one of your distant Australian relatives and also via East West Players led me to this website - so here goes! My congratulations and sincere best wishes on being such a fine entertainer and actress. From one of your fans "down under", Ben Dannecker
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ben Dannecker <berlintram@yahoo.com.au>
Nowra 2541, nsw Australia - Fri 05 Nov 2004, 05:36

I decided to write back to you again,, I don't know if you got my reply from your email. (I've pasted the 2 emails below - I hope you don't mind). I loved Lt. Robin Crusoe (I remember my Mother bringing me to the cinema to see this film) but my favorite would be The World of Suzie Wong (my Mother was a big William Holden fan) but I loved Ms. Kwan in the film. I am so delighted that you think Ms. Kwan would sign my picture for me. I would be so trilled. You said I could send it to you but you didn't send an address to send it too! I have a few US stamps that a friend gave me and I can send them with the picture. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you again for getting back to me. Anna Memery
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Anna.Memery <Anna.Memery@dit.ie>
Dublin, Ireland - Thu 14 Oct 2004, 10:38

Dear Mrs. Kwan, I am a friend of H.E Ambassador Eric Hotung whom I understand you know well. Mr. Hotung who is coming to the US at the end of the month asked me if I could find a contact number for you as he wishes to get in touch with you. Looking forward to hearing from you I remain respectfully tour, Thierry Cagianut
Thierry Cagianut on behalf of Eric Hotung
New York, NY USA - Tue 05 Oct 2004, 22:29

Dear Nancy, My dream has finally come true..."The World of Suzie Wong" on DVD. I bought it the day it was released and you are still as stunning as I remember you when I was a teenanger. I had my daughter watch it since my brother mentioned she looked a little like you (she's half Chinese). Anyway, I just thought I'd drop you a line and let you know you are still a treasure to me and always will be. Any way of getting an autograph picture of you? Take care Nancy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ray Zicopula <rzicopula@cox.net>
Toano, VA USA - Tue 05 Oct 2004, 13:09

Can you please tell me where I can purchase "Flower Drum Song?" I have searched many web sites and can't seem to find it. Thank you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
von <ajreed@libcom.com>
USA - Sat 02 Oct 2004, 01:26

Dear Nancy, I was glad to find yourwebsite. It gave me a chance to catch up with what you have been doing over the years. When you had your premiere for Flower Drum Song in LA in the 60's, my parents both attended as result of getting tickets from one of my father's students who had an association with Ross Hunter. I still have the picture from the newspaper where my mother is in a cheongsam getting your autograph for me. I cut out whatever pictures I could from the newspaper associated with the movie and put into my scrapbook. A few years later, we had moved from LA to live in Taiwan for two years. While there, a mutual relative of ours, Dato Loke Wan Tho was killed in a plane crash.(My mother is the connection on your father's side.) We met at his memorial service in Hong Kong. Even tho' I was a young child at the time, I remember thinking why can't the press leave her alone and allow her to pay her respects to a family member. Over the years, whenever I see your name pop up for a movie, I smile knowing that you are successful at what you are doing. I'm envious because I had thought at one time that I wanted to pursue acting for a career and maybe being related however distantly was a bit of the inspiration. I'm glad to see that you and Mr. Shigeta are doing something together---Love Letters on 10/16/04. I always thought that you and Mr. Shigeta made a cute couple. The two of you are role models to Asian actors who succeed in Western films without compromising their talents. Do you ever answer these emails or comments personally? Your distant relative, Laura
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Laura Takeshta <Laura_Reiko@prodigy.net>
USA - Wed 29 Sep 2004, 20:25

Always breathtaking. You gave me my taste of asia when I was about 12 and you have always stayed in my heart. It took many years but I have had many adventures in Hong Kong, Lao, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia. Thanks for opening my eyes.......... Many thanks to a still most beautiful lady.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Andrew Miller
Raleigh, NC USA - Tue 21 Sep 2004, 21:12

I guess I am still in awe! Sorry Ms. Kwan.
Alexander Mamak <amanthro28@hotmail.com>
Hong Kong, - Tue 21 Sep 2004, 08:24

Hello Ms. Wong: I vividly recall meeting you in the Star Ferry in Hong Kong before your first film role. We were teenagers then. I was with my father Victor Mamak, a banker who wrote a beauty column in the South China Morning Post. He was giving you some advice about make-up and your career. (I was tongue tied and didn't say a word!) At any rate, I am writing to ask if you would like to contribute one or two recipes to a book I am writing about "Eurasian" cooking. It will focus on one's emotional attachment to the recipe. I am a Visiting Scholar in the Department of Anthropology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and hope to complete the book before returning to Los Angeles. Please contact me, even if it is just to chat and reminisce about our birthplace! Sincerely, Alex Mamak
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Alexander Mamak <amanthro28@hotmail.com>
Hong Kong, USA - Tue 21 Sep 2004, 08:16

Hi, Nancy....i just recently had the pleasure of seeing you for the first time while watching "FLOWER DRUM SONG" and thought you were great in everything you did on screen. I enjoyed this movie and also found some scenes very touching like actress Reiko Sato's scene " LOVE LOOK AWAY". I thought Ms. Reiko Sato was also a very talented woman and was sad to learn that she passed away in 1981 at the age of only 49. Do you know exactly why or how she passed away and if she has any relatives...i tried to see publicity photos of her , but was unsuccesful finding any. Wish i had the opportunity to tell her or a member of her family that i enjoyed her role as Helen Chao and that she was probably underated as an actress/performer.Thank you so much and best wishes to you always. Jimmy
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
JIMMY CARLO <gojimmy211@optonline.net>
wayne, nj USA - Mon 20 Sep 2004, 07:43

Like thousands other fans back then, I actually saw some of the outdoor scenes of "The World of Suzie Wong" shot in Hong Kong, at Hollywood Road, where a facade of Nam Kok Inn was built. Later I saw the movie in theatre, and quite a few times after that on TV. Fond memory, and thank you for that, Nancy Kwan.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Sandy Ma <Ontcanuck2002@yahoo.com>
Ottawa, Ontario Canada - Mon 13 Sep 2004, 13:26

Thanks for being a pioneer as a asian in the film industry. Now it is very common to see Asians in films but during your time it was a rarety. I just watched Flower Drum Song and it made me laugh and feel good. Jack Soo was another one of my favorites. Too bad he has passed on. Jack Shigeta and Miyoshi Umeki were great too. Thanks for your great part in that film. One of my all time favorites
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Gordon Terakami <gordon.terakami@mckesson.com>
West Jordan, ut USA - Sun 12 Sep 2004, 18:01

Hello Nancy, I am a 45 yr old African American Women who have loved your movies since I was a little girl. I was born in 1959 and the movie Flower Drum Song have always been my favorite movie. I must have watched this movie at least 100 times. I also love Suzie Wong. I think people may have taking the movie out of context or they have never seen the movie. Thank you for all your work. You are truly a role model. Oh you are also one of the most beautiful women ever born... besides me of course (haha). take care and God bless.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Darlene Posey <darleneposey@aol.com>
New Orleans, La USA - Sun 12 Sep 2004, 12:33

I have been a follower of Nancy for years. Does she live in USA
Frank Jackson <FrankJackson03_3@hotmail.com>
South Shields, UK - Sat 11 Sep 2004, 08:21

I have recently become very interested in older movies and saw The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song only recently. The World of Suzie Wong has totally won me over - I must have watched it a dozen times in the last month. You are one of the most beautiful women I have seen, and the message of The World of Suzie Wong is very much to my generation - I was in college in the early 60's and to me this has very much a civil rights message - trying to understand the thinking of another race and a person with a whole different background from us in America. I hope to find more of your movies as well. Thank you and I wish you continued success in whatever you do. Ken
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ken Locke <klocke@wolfes.com>
Topeka, KS USA - Wed 08 Sep 2004, 10:52

As a young 19 year old Vietnam Veteran I saw your movie while recovering from combat injuries. You were beautiful and you lite up the screen and my heart. It's not difficult to see how everyone fell in love with your character and with you. I especially liked your smile, funny disposition and warmth of your character. Thank you for lifting away the troubles of the world for brief period. Woman like you are hard to find. Please take care of yourself.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William Pittman <bpbc73@aol.com>
Arlington, VA USA - Thu 02 Sep 2004, 20:18

We have a beautiful lady living here named Ms. Wynne Wong. Like you, she is talented, highly intelligent and beautiful. If you ever come to San Antonio, Texas, please visit her restaurant located at 6387 Babcock Rd. or call her at (210) 558-8181. Her mom and dad (he likes it when we call him "Pa,") are always there. His dad is a real Chinese chef! He can wok and egg roll!
lowell <loelito21@go.com>
Leon Valley, Tx USA - Thu 02 Sep 2004, 18:52

Dear Nancy, I am currently writing a book about the late actor, Dennis Price, with whom you worked in the film Tamahine. I was wondering whether you would be interested in assisting me by commenting on what Dennis was like to work with, what he was like as a person and any general memories you might care to share about Dennis and Tamahine. I would like to reassure you of a couple of points. I see my book (which is in its early stages) as very much an appreciation of Dennis' career and eclectic working life, rather than a lurid expose of his private life. Even though Mr Price had died before I was even born, I do regard myself as a fan and I think it's therefore rather a shame that Price's career has not been afforded the same coverage as many of his peers. Hopefully my book will redress that injustice. I have already spoken to a number of his former co-stars and friends and would really appreciate your help. I know that your time is extremely precious and fully booked but your help would be a tremendous boost to my work in progress. I am a published author currently under contract with Toronto-based publishing house, Guernica Editions, and I'm sure they would be delighted to furnish you with any references you might need to reassure you of my probity and credibility. Elliot J Huntley
Elliot J Huntley <elliotjhuntley@hotmail.com>
Sheffield, ENGLAND - Thu 26 Aug 2004, 22:27

Hi Ms. Nancy!!! I'm a fan of yours. The movie "the world of suzie wong" is really one of the best movie I watched. I was only 17 when I saw that film, I fell in love with the character you portrayed. How old are you mam? Hope you don't mind me asking. I wish to hear from you. Thank you!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Anna Tawagon <redyanna@yahoo.com>
Manila, Phillipines - Thu 26 Aug 2004, 00:48

Dear Ms Kwan, I had often noted that my favorite movie was "The World of Suzy Wong". I saw this as a young person and it was the first movie that I saw more than once. I just purchased the DVD and am stunned at how beautiful you were (and are) in the flick, and adorable. In today's world of computer enhancement special effects (which I enjoy), your movie is still the best. It may not be "politically correct" but, probably depicts the world as it was in that era. I hope you are well and enjoying life, If I had been in LA, I'd have loved to see your recent performance on Aug, 21. It would be a real thrill to see you in person....Alan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Alan F Wolf, MD <aw1066@yahoo.com>
Arnold, MD USA - Sat 21 Aug 2004, 16:28

Your role of Suzie Wong is timeless and permanently etched into my mind. You're a supremely beautiful woman with a magnetic stare and a stunning natural feminine beauty that comes through in every scene. You also emit an inherit intelligence and stealthy stare.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Chris McCabe <chrisinnj@verizon.net>
USA - Thu 19 Aug 2004, 22:25

I LOVE THIS PAGE. PLEASE, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
MGBADA JOE ABA NAIJA <MGBADAJOE@ABA.COM>
ABA NAIJA, ABA BENIN - Thu 12 Aug 2004, 14:19

I'm 45 years old and a film buff, but I'd never paid much attention to THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG before. Well, I rented the DVD on the day it came out and now I am obsessed with that movie and Nancy Kwan. I recently read the Richard Mason novel upon which it was based. I see that an LP of the soundtrack score is currently on eBay and I think I'll have to bid on that, even though I no longer have a turntable, and I'd love to find an original poster from the movie. I'm very disappointed now that the DVD didn't include more, such as the theatrical trailer -- which luckily we can view here -- or a commentary by Miss Kwan. What a missed opportunity. Maybe a letter to Paramount Home Video could get an eventual special edition. Now, I wish FLOWER DRUM SONG would come to DVD. I look forward to watching more of Miss Kwan's movies and hope she does another soon.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Rory Monteith <Haristas@aol.com>
Ft. Lauderdale, FL USA - Sun 08 Aug 2004, 12:06

YOU CAN BUY VCDS IN " Hong Kong Records", located in Hong Kong. It's in Kowloon Tong's Festival Walk. I tried to buy "The World of Suzie Wong", but it's out of stock. So I ordered it, got it back on 3 days after.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Kelly
Kowloon, Hong Kong - Tue 03 Aug 2004, 06:29

Hi Nancy. I'm 58 years old. I was feeling a bit nostalgic this evening, and after typing in "Suzie Wong" in Google, I wasn't sastified with the results. Then I typed in "Nancy Kwan" and bingo, up you popped. What a cool site. I remember my mild crush I had after seeing Suzie Wong in 1961 (age 14) . My major crush was Hayley Mills. But to prove my point, I'll share with you, and the other world wide wongs, a few passages from my personal diary I kept as a teenager. *********************************************** April 22, 1961 - Danny and I walked over to the West Drive Inn and saw "The World Of Suzie Wong", and "The Facts Of Life". We didn't get much out of the first run of S.W. & F.O.L., But the last showing of S.W. we saw. We sat on the ground in the front row by the middle speaker. We got home at 2 o'clock and got to sleep about 3. Suzie Wong was real good. April 24, 1961 - Bought book from drug store. It was "Suzie Wong". Read 49 pages of it. It really snowed. Fair. That book is nasty. April 25, 1961- Keith, Dennis, and I went to the show with J.D. We saw "As The Sea Rages (poor) & Cry For Happy (good). The Suzie Wong book is getting real good on page 78. April 26, 1961 - Mom and I went to laundromat. A magazine there had section of "The World of Suzie Wong". I swiped it and filed it under "movies". ************************************** Other than that, I remember buying the RCA Soundtrack to the movie, for the artwork on the cover as well as the music. Since that time I have always fantazied about going to Hong Kong and walking down some narrow street and finding the Nam Hok Hotel, only to become totaly entertained and entranced by long legs, short skirts, and wicked mambos. As Tommy Edwards said it in his vocal version of the The World Of Suzie Wong "Almond eyes take yo by surprise, and your in love with Suzie Wong." Even if your name never get's imprinted in the sidewalks of Los Angeles, your image will forever be inscribed on the hearts of countless American boys. Thanks for the memories, Nancy. Merle.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Merle Colvin <dukeofdisc@comcast.net>
Lakewood, Co USA - Sun 01 Aug 2004, 01:13

Hello miss.Kwan, Thank you for this wonderfull web site. I'm wondering how to get a hold of the book you wrote about you Late Son. I'm intrested in what style of Gung Fu he Learned. I study Hung Sing Choy Li Fut under Grand Master Doc Fai Wong of San Fracisco. I would also like any information on any other book that you have written or any book written about you about you. Thank you for all you have done, you'll allways be in my dreams.
Daniel Mills <dwmmpls@aol.com>
Minneapolis, mn USA - Wed 21 Jul 2004, 08:44

Dear Ms. Kwan, You are an inspiration to me ! I am amazed by your beauty, spirit and strength. I hope to be like you and do so much so well. I know you are quite busy but I am an aspiring Asian american actress, I have been trying very hard to locate the "The World of Susie Wong script." Do you know where I could find it ? My theatre teacher wants to produce it on our theatre. He looked in L.A. but found it was not being printed. I fell in love Susie Wong, and want our theatre to know of her beautiful spirit. Please email me if you know a way I can find it. Thank you for reading this. Peace, Porsche
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Porsche Johnson <yogabase@cox.net>
Las Vegas, NV USA - Thu 15 Jul 2004, 14:15

kudos!girlfriend!!ihave been a fan of yours for as long as ican remember, when i first saw you in the world of suzy wong i recognized you as being a great talent, and beauty who was knocking down a barrier you are in the same category as my cousin the late dorothy dandrige, and i am so glad that you were able to make it as far as you have despite prejudice,and narrow-mindnes,you are a trailblazer, baby and all people black white asian should pay homage to you,love ya.......you go girl!!!!!!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
maria <pppelle1976@sbcglobal.net>
USA - Mon 05 Jul 2004, 14:26

Dear Ms Kwan, I have yet to see the movie "The World of Suzie Wong". I am still recovering from reading Richard Mason's excellent book. I didn't know it existed until I saw it in a book shop at Hong Kong airport recently. You can imagine my surprise on reading it as I discovered the similarities between it and my experiences over the last 2 years that I have been working in Hong Kong. I met my own Suzie Wong in Hong Kong 2 years ago. Apart from the fact that Jini has never had TB or stabbed anyone with scissors recently, the rest is scarily similar. Oh yes and instead of a painter we have an IT consultant. We are getting married next year. I have not been to Macao but after having read Richards book I think it might be an option! It has been an amazing last 2 years not the least of which has been meeting the future in-laws in mainland China. Hong Kong has defintely changed my life ... for the better.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Garry Edser
Australia - Thu 01 Jul 2004, 09:16

Ms. Kwan, My mother, Janet Jhin Bollow, would like to find your sister Betty. She tells me that they went to school together at the Maryknoll Convent. She would be thrilled to hear from your sister. Stephanie
Stephanie Jhin Bollow <stefanyb@yahoo.com>
Wauwatosa, WI USA - Tue 29 Jun 2004, 14:18

Hi Nancy I am very glad to visit your web site and have a chance leaving message to you. As a 20 years something new generation of Hong Kong, I would like to express my honest appreciation to you leaving such kind of your memory, history of Hong Kong and even documentation of my home town. When I was young in teenage, there is nobody in Hong Kong willing to tell upcoming about their past in HK, besides the story in mainland and the invansion of Japanese during World War 2. I only can heard some side history of many HK people, for example Kenny town and Wan Chai are the famous "red light" area. Maybe that's why my parent never bring me there when i was kid, and also they never explain to me until now. My father is a refugee from mainland i don't know he is rich or not or even how to live in HK when he is young. My father is a traditional Chinese who never tell people his bad past. After watching the film "The world of Susie Wong", I think I got some important parts to constitute something of my parent's past, HK past and Chinese past which extactly can not be gained from text book, especially HK one. Finally, I would like to reiterate my appreciation to you, all the staffs in the film and also the writer of "The world of Susie Wong". I would also invite everybody who want to know about past Chinese, even nowaday Chinese or the past of HK to watch this film - " The world of Suise Wong" Best wishes
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Patrick Yip <yip_patrick@hotmail.com>
Hong Kong, Hong Kong - Fri 11 Jun 2004, 02:34

I work with a lovely young Korean girl, and the other day I was talking to a co-worker about how I find Asian women quite delicate and lovely. I remarked that I remembered the actress, Nancy Kwan, a doll of a lady, Eurasian, and how she affected me as a young man, because I could hardly believe any woman could be as beautiful as Nancy Kwan. Anyway after discussing this, I got on Google, did a quick search, and found Nancy's web site. I looked through the bio, and scanned the gallery, and memories flooded back from seeing Nancy in all those wonderful film musicals, and I just wanted to say, thank you so much for sharing. I (and my father too by the way) always felt that Nancy Kwan was one of the most beautiful and sublime women that ever graced the 20th century. Always a Fan, Bradley.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Brad Draper <brad.draper@verizon.net>
Bloomington, IL USA - Wed 02 Jun 2004, 21:51

Hello and belated best wishes for your birthday Nancy. I have just discovered your web site, so please forgive the delay. I saw the World of Suzie Wong for the first time in 1961. It struck a chord with me as spent two years in Hong Kong from Sept1954 to Dec 1956,and fell in love with my very own Suzie Wong, Her Name was Annie Yok Ling. Sadly I left her behind when I came back to UK,and still regret not marrying her, But I have never forgotten her and still love her. Thank you for being a constant reminder of her. I am trying to buy a DVD copy of Suzie Wong which will play in region two. I am now writing a book of my time in Hong Kong. Annie is the femail lead. Nancy Long life and good health to you. T.C.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Trevor Chapman <mailto:trooper7h@onetel.net.uk>
USA - Wed 26 May 2004, 09:16

I just want to wish you a Belated Happy Birthday! I notice under the Horoscopes that you are a Earth Rabbit. Did you know that- Albert Einstein, Queen Victoria, David Frost and Ali McGraw are all Earth Rabbits. You certainly are in good company, Happy Birthday Ms.Nancy Kwan !!
Theodore Chiba <tnchiba@look.ca>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Thu 20 May 2004, 16:03

Hello and Happy Birthday Nancy! I hope you have a very special day and may you have many more! I wrote a comment recently and I hope you were able to read it. If you ever are in the Rapid City South Dakota area, I'd really like to meet you and say hello! Thank you for reading my comments, and have a good day.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jeff Gordon
Rapid City, SD USA - Wed 19 May 2004, 19:45

As we all know that Nancy Kwan Ka Shen was born on 19 May 1939 in Hong Kong. That means Nancy will turn 65 two days later. Will she appear in Hong Kong that day? Personally, I am excited with her upcoming birthday. Can anyone on the Nancy-Kwan.com tell me that what will Nancy do on 19 May? And which country or place is she living now? Will there be any media coverage, or Nancy celebrates her birthday quietly?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Shea Lap Tung <laptung_shea@yahoo.com.hk>
Hong Kong, USA - Mon 17 May 2004, 07:47

After 50 years of watching movies and being in the big wide world, I am convinced that Nancy is the single most beautiful woman that has ever walked the planet. She is living art.
David McColley <dmccolley@comcast.net>
Ogden, UT USA - Wed 12 May 2004, 19:56

Nancy, Hello! Advance happy birthday to you! I recently found your website by accident and was very happy to have found it. I enjoy reading about you and what your fans say too. Like all of your fans, I really like The World of Suzie Wong, and hopefully someday, I will be able to see all of your other movies. I've seen "Suzie" many times, and each time is like the first time. I think you are a terrific actress and person, and very beautiful as well. Have you had any Sherry Flips lately? ha ha. I also like the late William Holden in that movie. He seems like he was a cool guy. I wish he was still with us today. If you ever have plans of visiting the Rapid City, South Dakota area (there's so many nice places to see, and the weather is nice this time of year) it would be my pleasure to meet you in person and say hello! May you always be in the best of health, and goodbye for now.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Jeff G
Rapid City, SD USA - Sun 02 May 2004, 17:22

I just watched the World of Suzie Wong on Sattelite TV this morning between 2 AM to 5 AM. I loved it again. It had been a long time since I last watched it and I still was enthralled and mesmerized by your performance. It seems I like this movie more every time I view it. I also liked you in the Dragon:Bruce Lee Story movie. I loved your web page. I learned you knew Bruce Lee from Hong Kong. Take care.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mayan King <mayanking@yahoo.com>
Fountain Valley, CA USA - Sat 01 May 2004, 21:25

Nancy, I read most recently on both AllMovieGuide.com and Barnes&Noble.com, that there will be an official DVD release of "The World of Suzie Wong" in widescreen, sometime late June/early July this year. I did not notice any extras or commentary tracks as you did with Robert Forster on "Walking the Edge." But we fans will be happy just the same with the scheduled release of your film, because we still love and need you!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Carmine Finamore <Gravit8ion@aol.com>
Scotch Plains, NJ USA - Sat 01 May 2004, 04:03

It was by chance or coincidence that I happened to have watched The World of Suzie Wong... but then again, nothing ever happens by luck. I was entirely charmed by Nancy Kwan in her portrayal of Suzie Wong. I have never been so completely enthralled by a film, and I am so happy I "accidentally" caem across this film. I am going to find a way to buy this film and I am sure I will watch it over and over again. Nancy, I am happy for you, and wish you continued success in all you do.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Tobe <tobeayo@yahoo.co.uk>
Richmond, CA USA - Fri 30 Apr 2004, 01:50

I was born in the 50's and one of the first Asian movies I saw was "The Flower Drum Song". Being of Japanese heritage I enjoyed this movie tremendously!!! Ms. Kwan could you tell me about Reiko Sato (She Played Helen in this movie but has crossed over since). Did you know her at all? Along with yourself, I thought she was the most gifted, talented and the most Beautiful ladies I have ever seen. I don't want to take up any more of your time. I wish you and your family good health always! Best Regards, Theodore Chiba
Scarborough, Ontario Canada
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Theodore Chiba <tnchiba@look.ca>
Toronto, Canada - Wed 28 Apr 2004, 13:37

Having enjoyed Miss Kwan's performances in several films from WORLD OF ... to MIRACLE LANDING, I thank her for the hard work she's put into them. One thing about WORLD OF ... Having been in HK in '91, it was rather interesting to see how little some parts seem to have changed over the intervening 30 years.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
S. Wolf <starwolf(at)nospam.cactuscom.com>
Ottawa, Canada - Sat 24 Apr 2004, 10:01

I was resting in my room where I stay when in El Paso TX. When I seen the the title of the 'World of Suzie Wong' coming on the channel. For being in my mid 40's, you would of thought that I would have seen this film before. In this age of grabby titles, I thought this would be a movie of the lost art. However I became in gulffed in the story. I found myself wipping my eyes on my shirt at the end of the show. I will watch this movie again, and look for others with Nancy Kwan in them. I've looked through many of the comments on your well keeped site and concure with many of them. I guess the commnent that I carried away from the film is when Suzie Wong said, I will stay until you tell me to leave, and Robert said, "that long".
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Robert Hall <rjhall@email.com>
Lima, OH USA - Tue 20 Apr 2004, 15:00

Where can I obtain a video of Tamahine? Any help to guide me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
Bruce Manning <brucemanning_5@msn.com>
Temecula, CA USA - Mon 19 Apr 2004, 21:25

I only own one of your films, Walking the Edge. You were great in that movie. I loved how you looked good at the time, you acting skills, & on-screen presence. You have charm, talent, & willpower; something needed to be good in Hollywood.
Bradley McClain <bradley.mcclain@att.net>
Richmond, IN USA - Fri 16 Apr 2004, 01:18

Hello, It's very nice to see Suzie Wong (Nancy Kwan) on the Web again, as I read an article on South China Morning Post last Sunday and it provided the Web site. So I today spend more than one hour to take a closer look at the site. Regarding my favourite movie starred by Nancy Kwan, I can only say it would be "The World of Suzie Wong" because I watched it several years ago when I studied in university. Afterwards, I will try my best to watch Nancy's other movies. Most importantly, I have an important question to ask: As I remember Nancy was born in 1939, so this year she will be 65 years old. Can anyone close to Nancy tell me whether there will be big birthday celebrations for her, Or Nancy will appear in which country or place? By the way, I really want to know his exact birthday, can anyone tell me about that. Eventually, I would like to say "I fell in love with Suzie Wong (Nancy Kwan)" when I watched the classic movie some years ago.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Shea Lap Tung, Michael <laptung_shea@yahoo.com.hk>
Hong Kong, - Thu 08 Apr 2004, 21:44

Dear Nancy: I own most of your movies and I love waching them over and over again. About a month ago I think saw you in a rerun of the TV show ER. Can you please confirm that it was you? Anyway great work in all your films and I would love to see you in more films in the years to come. Keep up the good work.
Chris <celane@shaw.ca>
courtenay, BC Canada - Tue 06 Apr 2004, 04:24

I love Nancy and her movies. If "The Wild Affair" or "The Girl Who Knew Too Much" comes on cable or if somebody has it and is willing to make a copy or trade, please let me know. I've been checking cable listings for years and these two movies of Nancy NEVER comes on. Nancy, if you read this, you still look "hot" today and you were a very nice looker back in the 1960's.
Greg Brinson <tsacontest@hotmail.com>
Long Beach, CA USA - Thu 01 Apr 2004, 02:42

Any designs for a 'Flower Drum Song' cast reunion to promote a digitized hope-to-soon-be-released DVD? After watching the movie again, I had to ask my friends how many had heard/seen this movie? Interestingly enough, it was a 50/50 toss. A studio DVD release would greatly bring the current recognition it deserves.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Jude <chubawka@hotmail.com>
San Francisco, ca USA - Wed 31 Mar 2004, 02:31

I just recently saw Flower Drum Song on Cable again, one of the many times I've seen it. That movie never ceases to impress me -- the cast, the music, the talent. Ms. Kwan, your iconic status has bridged so many generations. I grew up watching you on TV, and now my 5-year old niece is crazy in love with your "I enjoy being a girl" part. She's memorized the entire song acting out the exact scenario. I regretfully missed your vist to SF during SF's Asian Film Festival; however, I hope you visit again soon. Forever a fan.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Jude <chubawka@hotmail.com>
San Francisco, ca USA - Wed 31 Mar 2004, 02:14

Dear Ms. Kwan, I have always been a fan and admirer since I was a boy. I remember watching The World of Suzy Wong and Flower Drum Song both which I fondly remember and still enjoy today, and also Lt. Robin Crusoe. Every once in awhile I see you on a rerun of Hawaii 5-0, and I always forget how beautiful and striking you are. Seeing you on TV brought back a lot of good memories and interest in seeing some of those movies again. You are truely one actress that will always be remembered for elegance and beauty throughout your career. Time has been very good to you. I've always wanted to write you and I appreciate the opportunity to contact you this way. Sincerely, Mike L. Willingham
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike L. Willingham <mwillin846@aol.com>
Dallas, TX USA - Wed 24 Mar 2004, 17:11

Dear Mrs Kwan, I am a very big fan. I have many of your movies and I would love to get a copy of "My Hong Kong." Can you tell me where I might obtain a copy. Also what became of the other cast members from "The World of Suzie Wong?" God Bless and I would Love to see you in a new film, or even a remake of an old one! John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John Lopez <jlolo62@aol.com>
Biloxi, MS USA - Thu 18 Mar 2004, 12:04

Dear Nancy, I've read much and seen a little of you, and I think you are as lovely inside as you are outside. You embodied Eurasian 60's cool (and still do). My mum is Eurasian, too, and it's great that there is at least ONE WOMAN in the world who is Eurasian and famous at the same time! May there be more! It can be done, and you most certainly deserve it. Best wishes from a most impressed fan, Joanne Hurst.
Joanne Hurst <jo728@hotmail.com>
Sydney, Australia - Wed 03 Mar 2004, 04:37

Nancy,, U are one of the most beautiful women of all time.. I first saw u in a film with Pat Boone called The Main Attraction... U were the best thing in it.. Best regards, Frank.
Frank Sweeney <legnakelly@yahoo.co.uk>
USA - Sat 28 Feb 2004, 21:48

The world of suzie wong is pretty good I remember cable tv shown it a few times b4.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Don
Hong kong, Hong kong - Mon 23 Feb 2004, 04:09

Hi Nancy: You must get in touch with me so I can do some artwork of you. I currently do a lot of work for the estates of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Sinatra, and the Beatles, for many of the large collector companies like Bradford and the Franklin Mint. I've painted Michael Jackson and other top celebrities and currently exhibit my fine art throughout Asia. Please take a look at my paintings: www.NateGiorgio.com. If you're here in Los Angeles please contact me, I have to do something great of you. Thank you. Sincerely, Nate
Nate Giorgio <Nagio13@aol.com>
W. Hollywood, CA USA - Thu 19 Feb 2004, 02:48

I would like to buy some more VHS-copies of your films. I bought also Flower drum song. Unfortunately there are no other to buy in Switzerland. Where could I get e.g. Tamahine or Honeymoon Hotel ?? Suzie Wong I've seen about five or six times ! Rolf.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Rolf Lutz, CH-8047 Zurich / Switzerland <lutz_rolf@datacomm.ch>
USA - Mon 16 Feb 2004, 19:35

Does Ms.Kwan have a mailng address where she is accepting fan mail ? Lorraine C.
Lorraine Chandler <Gemini730@hotmail.com>
Athens, TX USA - Wed 11 Feb 2004, 10:18

Dear Nancy Kwan, I am both Artist & Producer whom has worked with many Asian musicians & actors as well as Pop Idols etc. I have loved Your work since an early age as I was always interested in Oriential Arts both, Music & Film.. I hear the constant comments from Young Asian Artists saying they are doing something so different for the first time, And I always remind them, "Nancy Kwan did everything first" !!!.. You are a Talented Actress who has done things back in a time when it was unheard of for Asian women to do. Your Acting, Dressing, and fashion statements of Yesterday are truly special to the world of Entertainment Today !!.. All My Love Sincerely Yours, Roger Vincent Tari-President: VT Music/Music Of The World New for the first time
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Roger Vincent Tari <rogervtari@earthlink.net>
Piscataway, NJ USA - Tue 10 Feb 2004, 18:54

I was in junior high school when Nancy's photo appeared on the cover of "Life" in 1960. Naturally, I thumbed through the magazine to find out more about this beautiful lady. That's when my 'crush' on Nancy Kwan began. It was a number of years later when I saw "The World of Suzie Wong". What a story! I would, occasionally, catch Nancy on TV in other films, but, not nearly often enough. Now, all these years later, and Nancy is still a stunning sight to see. So beautiful. I don't know what she's on, but, I want some of whatever it is. It has worked so well for her. What I want to know is, what are the chances of seeing her on TV or in another movie any time soon? Does she get a chance to read these comments? If so, Nancy....thanks for brightening this guy's life. By the way, I still have that 'crush'. I hope that star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is on the way. Dan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Dan Gallo <DanJGallo@cs.com>
Houston, TX USA - Wed 04 Feb 2004, 17:39

Hello, in German TV, they show an old show calles "V.I.P." from 1973. Nany and several others were having a very exclusive Chinese dinner at the Mandarin hotel, hosted by Danny Kaye. They had very exotic food, and if Nany reads this, I�d like to know if she still remembers. I particularly liked to see Hongkong in the early 1970s,it looked even more exotic than today. I�d like to have been there at that time, but unfortunately, it was before I was born I found this website because having seen Nancy on TV, I really had to find about more about this incredibly beautiful woman. I hope I�ll get to see one of her movies soon. Patrick
Patrick <pbecker79@gmx.de>
Merzig, Germany - Fri 30 Jan 2004, 08:41

I am a huge fan of Nancy Kwan and her work. I would also like to help her gain her star on the walk of fame. Please tell me if she has a professional or business address I could use to send her the LIFE magazine on which she appears on the cover. Thanks for any help. Gregg Moral
Gregg Moral <gmoral@aol.com>
Cedarburg, WI USA - Sat 24 Jan 2004, 21:15

KUNG HEI FAT CHOI ! - Happy and Healthy Year of the Monkey to you Nancy and also to your family and friends. I am a long-term admirer, only recently reminded of your external and internal beauty by a chance repeat viewing of 'The World of Suzy Wong'. Actually I am these days a frequent business visitor to Causeway Bay and Wanchai (totally innocently of course!) and cheerfully refer to The Excelsior Hotel on Gloucester Road as "my second home" ! Anyway all the best to you and I will always think of you with a smile on my face. Gordon. XX
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gordon Marsden <gemartrading@btopenworld.com>
Peterborough, England - Thu 22 Jan 2004, 11:44

Granted that I've been a fan of Nancy's since I was very young, Flower Drum Song is my favorite film of hers. I still have yet to see "Susie Wong", but I did see Nancy as a surprise in recent episodes of ER in that last couple of years as Ming-Na's character's mother! I'm hoping that through Nancy's fans, and those of the other great actors in the Flower Drum Song film we can all voice a very loud opinion to get this movie to DVD. It is the only Rodgers & Hammerstein musical not represented on DVD, would sound wonderful remixed to 5.1 or decent Dolby Digital, plus a remastered widescreen print, with stories & interviews, etc. So looking forward to this happening, even for a 45th anniversary edition in 2006.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Bill Budris <bbudris58@aol.com>
Cranford, NJ USA - Wed 14 Jan 2004, 22:40

Hello Nancy, I just bought a DVD version of "The world of Suzie Wong" and enjoyed it very much, a great East-West romance, you and Mr. Holden acted very well together, I would recommend it to anybody interested in the subject matter. Kind Regards, Phil
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Phil <ammonphilipp@hotmail.com>
Germany - Sat 10 Jan 2004, 02:22

Hi Nancy, My whole family grew up watching you on TV....every year when Flower Drum Song came on the tube, we would all gather around....I am sure this was the scenario for all Chinese families back then! Also, you were so adorable in World of Suzie Wong...I used to get so emotional watching your charactar climbing up the hill to her child. It is unfortunate that there are people who have stereotyped that charactar. The essence of the story of Suzie Wong is actually very prevelant to many women who are single Moms in this day and age. I am an Asian American entertainer myself....thank you for opening the doors to other Asian American women in the business! With tons of respect, cynthia
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Cynthia Chen <lavender880@yahoo.com>
Fort Lauderdale, FL USA - Thu 20 Nov 2003, 20:46

Looking at my previous comments below, of course, I meant "The Girl Who Knew Too Much" and not the "Man" - I'm thinking of the beautiful Nancy Kwan too much that I can't get my movie titles right.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Bill Navarro <bethn@earthlink.net>
Cerritos, CA USA - Mon 17 Nov 2003, 03:01

The segment on "What's My Line?" is GREAT! Thanks for adding it. "Suzie Wong" was great, but what about Disney releasing a DVD version of Lt. Robin Crusoe? Nancy Kwan and Dick Van Dyke would still be able to do commentary on it. Perhaps D. Van Dyke can help Nancy get her star. Thanks webkeepers for such a great site! And let's ask those studios or cable programmers to schedule "A Wild Affair", "Nobody's Perfect",and "The Man Who Knew Too Much"--I haven't seen those on cable for years.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Bill Navarro <bethn@earthlink.net>
Cerritos, CA USA - Mon 17 Nov 2003, 02:58

NANCY ....I LOVE YOU ....LOVE YOU ...LOVE ....YOU!!!!!!!! DO YOU HEAR ME....YOU ARE SOOOOOO GEORGEOUS ! ! ! ! !YOU'LL STILL BE BEAUTIFUL WHEN YOU ARE 103 ! YEARS OLD !!!!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
pete <phlapps888@yahoo.com>
lyons, co USA - Sun 09 Nov 2003, 13:16

As a great fan of Nancy Kwan over the years, I had the honor or meeting her about 12 years ago as a young clerk at a bookstore where she was shopping. Besides being a beautiful and charming woman, she is also extraordinarily intelligent. Her interests were amazingly diverse, from fiction to the work of astroner Stephen Hawking.
Ken M.
USA - Sat 08 Nov 2003, 13:00

Nancy Kwan is undeniably one of the most timelessly beautiful women ever. From The World of Suzy Wong to Dragon (the most recent film that I've seen) she has never been less that absolutely stunning, not to mention that she has always been a fine actress. I'm so happy to finally find a website that celebrates her. Thank you!
Michael <customstrat49@hotmail.com>
North Little Rock, AR USA - Thu 30 Oct 2003, 02:23

Nancy, I think that you are one of the most beautiful women that has ever lived. After all of these years, you still break my heart! Best Wishes, John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John <jvmiam@yahoo.com>
Bowie, MD USA - Tue 21 Oct 2003, 21:23

I want to say thank you to Nancy Kwan. I truly like all your movies and television roles I've seen you in. You've always been a favorite actress of mine. I have to admit I thought you were absolutely fantastic in Flower Drum Song. You can really sing and dance and I love musicals and to me, you made the movie. I never get tired of watching Flower Drum Song over and over again. I loved the choreography. I strongly admire you. You also have a good looking son. Thank you again for your gift.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
ceiko <creikosan@yahoo.com>
USA - Sun 19 Oct 2003, 02:49

I just wanted to say, I love all your films. You truly are, even at present, for Asian actresses aspiring for Hollywood a God-sent! Who'd ever thought to see an all-Asian cast film back in the 60's-70's. It wasn't even fathomable! You're still a star!
Karishma <novocaine@hotmail.com>
HK/NYC, NY USA - Fri 17 Oct 2003, 13:03

I have watched the movie "The world of Suzie Wong" at least 20 times in my young life! You're wonderful and the story seems to me as a tale, a real love tale! Thanks for having done it!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gabriella <gabriellinas>
Naples, ITALY - Tue 14 Oct 2003, 11:49

hallo fr.kwan! ich hoffe das dich diese nachricht erreicht.ich ein hoffnugsloser nostalgiker der in den 60er jahren steckenblieb erinnere mich gerne an so gro�artige filme wie die welt der suzie wong,die zeitmaschine,der rosarote panther etc.deine art die diversen charakt�re zu verk�rpern finde ich wirklich gro�artig.habe mich sehr gefreut als ich diese seite im internet fand.w�hre toll wenn man in europa etwas mehr von dir h�ren w�rde. alles liebe franz
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
franz <goldfinger@guide.at>
vienna, austria - Wed 17 Sep 2003, 15:39

I hope you manage to read this Nancy. Do you remember your days at Kingsmoor Grammer School in Glossop, Derbyshire UK? My name is Malcolm Fletcher and I was in the class below yours. I was very much in love with you at the time but I think it was a case of unrequited love!!! Do you remember the boys raiding the girls dorm and taking the girls for a midnight walk over the moors? Would love to hear from you with some memories of those days. Good to know you had a career that worked out even better than you planned it. Good Luck and Best Wishes, Malcolm Fletcherxxxx
malcolm fletcher <saxmack103@aol.com>
hereford, UK - Tue 09 Sep 2003, 16:51

Inolvidable.Quiero hacer otro comentario. En su pel�cula El mundo de Suzie Wong, tiene una escena de baile fabulosa con un marinero. Es un ritmo tropical, creo un cha cha ch�. Luce unas piernas hermosas y el vestido estilo chino lo modela como ninguna...que muslos Dios m�o. sionleopoldo@yahoo.com
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Leopoldo Si�n Ruperti. <sionleopoldo@yahoo.com>
Caracas, Venezuela - Mon 08 Sep 2003, 20:31

Our company will soon be auctioning an original oil painting of Ms.Kwan that was painted for and used in "The world of Suzie Wong". Images of this painting will be available at http://www.westcoastvintage.com/wong.html Comments, and questions should be directed to our address mentioned above. The auction will be on e-bay during the week of 9/8/2003 Thanks! LC
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
LC Mixon <sales@westcoastvintage.com>
Temple, TX USA - Thu 04 Sep 2003, 19:32

Dear Lina What a lovely surprise to have received a reply from you. It is a wonderful website, and a great appreciation from the heart to the ones who are making this website possible. You had asked me what other movies I have seen of Nancy Kwan's, well I must admit...I have seen them all, my second favorite being The world of Suzy Wong. It has been a previlege and a blessing knowing of Nancy Kwan and of her work. Sincerely, Nora
Nora <noralem@yahoo.com>
Toronto, Canada - Thu 04 Sep 2003, 10:09

I saw a tai chi instructional tape "Touching The Clouds," and would like to purchase another copy as a gift. Please contact me at your earliest: 513-541-2858. Thank you, Warrren Kimbrough
warren kimbrough <warrenkimbrough@netzero.com>
cincinnati, oh USA - Tue 02 Sep 2003, 19:00

I don't know why there was only ONE SPACE for favorite film. Both "The Flower Drum Song" and "The World Of Suzzie Wong" are equally good and BOTH are my favorites. What I would like to know is, with all the crap they put on DVD every week, how come "The Flower Drum Song" is not out on DVD or VHS and "The World Of Suzzie Wong" is only available in VHS. I have been a theatre projectionist for 35 years and can tell you that not only is "Flower Drum Song" Nancy Kwan's best role to date, I couldn't imagine anyone else being able to dance, sing and handle the comedy so well. All I can say is that it was a once in a lifetime picture in which when they cast Miss Kwan, they cast a once in a lifetime beauty. Truly, A Hundred Million Miracles.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Bruce Sanders <techman707@earthlink.net>
CORAL SPRINGS, FL USA - Sun 24 Aug 2003, 04:46

I just want to say that I was born 1 year after the Flower Drum Song was made. I did not see the movie until I was in my early teens. This movie of an all Chinese cast still is incrediable to me to this day. Nancy Kwan, I wanted to be her, beautiful, talented, smart, and sexy, being a little Chinese girl growing up in a blonde haired blued eyed world, Nancy Kwans roles were liberating for me, I can't even really explain it properly, but she made being Chinese when I was an outcast....oh I don't know, she was like a dream as a little girl....maybe some of you know what I mean? Anyway, I have admired her since as an inspiration.
Nora <noralem@yahoo.ca>
Toronto, Canada - Wed 20 Aug 2003, 14:30

This site is excellent! Wow, what a true gem to find and I love all of the photos, especially of Nancy with all of the stars she has been with in the '60s. I like the studio and candid shots from "Flower Drum Song" as I grew up with this movie. I am Eurasian also with a Hong Kong father and Montana mom and I was born 2 years after "Flower Drum Song" was released!! Thanks for making many memories and I can't wait to search for all of your films.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Allen Ko <allenko777@earthlink.net>
Lewisville, TX USA - Wed 20 Aug 2003, 00:51

It was great to see you at the Bruce Lee tribute David Tadman put on 20TH July. I was one of the many guests who were thrilled to have you present. Best wishes, Mark
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mark <markag02@yahoo.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Sun 10 Aug 2003, 04:46

(Aunt) Nancy, On your father's side, your Great Grandfather, a Kwan, was my Great Great Grandfather. Last week about 200 Kwan Family travelled from all over the world to the first reunion for our branch of the family. We are in the midst of updating Family Tree info and are requesting information from all Kwans and family memmbers. For More information you can e-mail me or join a "members only" Yahoo group at the address above or e-mail me at txlee@hotmail.com. Hope to hear from you. - Terry Lee PS. My "code" on the Kwan family tree is 6-3-1-3, which designates my birth order and the birth order of the Kwans before me. If you do not know yours, since this message may appear on your public website, I will not reveal your code unless you contact me directly.
Terry Lee <txlee@hotmail.com>
Silver Spring, MD USA - Fri 08 Aug 2003, 14:27

I like all of Ms Kwan's films. Have been an avid fan since I can remember and trying to help her get her Hollywood star as all surfers to her website should do as well. I want to thank Lina Hsu for the beautiful card she sent me of Ms Kwan. What a lovely photograph of Nancy, still with that sweet but impish look in her eyes (reminiscint of Suzie Wong!). I hope Ms Lina Hsu will read this greeting as I lost her email address on my last computer crash. Again thanks to the webkeeper. This website makes me feel connected to my favorite star. Cheers to all Nancy Kwan diehards. Amy
Amy Woodward <amyonline@earthlink.net>
Monticello, Fl USA - Fri 25 Jul 2003, 11:47

This is a wonderful site and the photos are fantastic!! I've been captivated by Nancy Kwan ever since I first saw "The World Of Suzie Wong". Hopefully, it will be released on DVD in the near future. Because of Nancy, I'm also interested in visiting Hong Kong. I also enjoyed her performances in "Flower Drum Song" and "The Wrecking Crew". I recall Nancy's "Pearl Cream" advertisements, as well. I must say that she is still as stunningly beautiful as ever. Thank you for a truly great tribute to a truly great star. Keep up the fine work!! Sincerely, Mike Davidson. mdavidson@epilepsy.org.uk
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mike Davidson <mdavidson@epilepsy.org.uk>
Bradford, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom - Mon 21 Jul 2003, 06:10

Cara Nancy, ricordo con grande gioia il tuo film The world of Suzie Wong. In lingua italiana tu hai avuto una bravissima doppiatrice che ti ha reso ancora pi� simpatica.Ciao.Massimo
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Massimo <gifer79@hotmail.com>
Parma, Italy - Sat 19 Jul 2003, 13:44

Ms. Kwan, as a longtime fan, I'd like to express my honour and pleasure at being able to say this to you;you're a lovely, talented actress who brings a wit and sparkle to your parts, even in the silliest films. Hope you get to do even work in the future. Good Luck and Um Goi Sai. Yours, Donald Rilea.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Donald Rilea <bakuninmeow@hotmail.com>
Las Vegas, Nv. USA - Sat 19 Jul 2003, 05:16

Dearest Nancy, I'm a Filipino and I played the Lead role, Kim, in the smash hit musical MISS SAIGON in Germany, where I sang everything in German. I feel proud being one of the Asian actresses who were catapulted to success in the Western world. Incidentally I had an eleven month singing engagement in Ritz Carlton Hong Kong and Grand Hyatt Hong Kong that's why I heard about your movie, The world of Suzie Wong. I'm very elated and am full of pride to be able to see your film. From then on I'm your greatest fan!!!! God bless you, Nancy. I'm now here in Virginia,USA with my beloved husband Lou. I'm still active with my singing, acting and modelling. I've an album in the Philippines that won two Katha awards, our version of the Grammy's. I'm also a Realtor with Coldwell Banker. I hope I can get the chance to see you personally. It's with great pride to tell you that you inspire me very much to continue with my entertainment career spanning 12 years (since age 13). I hope you'll continue to inpire more of our fellow Asian talents. Lots of love, Michelle De Guzman-Garthe PS: My husband Lou is an avid skier. Where's your ski resort? We would like to ski there!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michelle de Guzman-GARTHE <mgarthe@mris.com>
Fairfax, VA USA - Tue 01 Jul 2003, 17:33

Hi Nancy! Beim Begr�bnis von Graf Karl Stolberg-Stolberg habe ich Peter Pock getroffen und ihn um einen Termin gebeten. Ein Kollege von mir und ich wollen eine Reportage �ber diesen Lebensabschnitt machen. W�rst Du bereit uns aus Deiner Sicht auch ein paar Erz�hlungen zu liefern? W�rden uns dar�ber sehr freuen, vielen Dank und alles Gute! Manfred Wegleiter, Peter Leitner beide Haiming/Tirol P.S. Bitten um eine e-mail-Nachricht.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Manfred Wegleiter <wegi.haiming@aon.at>
Haiming, Tirol Austria - Tue 24 Jun 2003, 17:03

Liebe Nancy und Norbert! Auf diesem Wege ganz liebe Gr��e auch von mir! Ich werde niemals die Zeit vergessen,als Bernhard und ich gemeinsam in K�htai spielten. Am liebsten sa�en wir im Hotel Pock-Kwan am Schlagzeug,dass in der Eingangshalle im Hotel stand,Bernhards Kinderm�dchen AAI(?) haben wir ganz sch�n auf Trab gehalten! Liebe Nancy ich hoffe Du bekommst diese Zeilen zu lesen. W�rde mich sehr dar�ber freuen! Oma spricht immer noch sehr viel von Dir! Am 19.Mai hat man im Radio-Sender Tirol Dir Alles Gute zum Geburtstag durchgeben,und an Dich mit einer kleinen Biographie erinnert! Alles Alles Liebe Dir und Norbert Deine Gaby
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
POCK Gaby <stiegenhausreinigung@chello.at>
Innsbruck, Tirol Austria - Tue 24 Jun 2003, 03:15

I have been in love with Nancy since I first watched her and William Holden in " The World of Suzy Wong". She is truly a most beautiful lady and I wish her all the best!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
David W. Kropelnicki <dblrifle@pacbell.net>
Sacramento, CA USA - Sat 14 Jun 2003, 16:39

I just want to say that I think Nancy is one of the most BEAUTIFUL women I've ever seen on film. Ever since I first saw her in Suzie Wong, I just had to see her other movies! She's a total package of talent and charm - and I wish I was HALF as pretty as she is - *lol* This is trully a wonderful site... God Bless!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
April <foxfire_x@msn.com>
San Antonio, TX USA - Sun 08 Jun 2003, 15:12

Dear Nancy, I really admire all of your work. You are not only greatly talented in singing,dancing,comedy,poetry and drama, but a successful businesswoman as well!You have inspired many Asians to pursue a career in the entertainment industry and have broken many barriers.As a Filipino-American (with some Chinese like you on my mother's side) you helped give us identity as Asians contributing postively to the American Experiment. I just want to thank you for all you have done through all your work all these years and in the future. A great entertainer can effect the emotions of an audience in many ways. Believe me Nancy you have done so with me. You have made me laugh,cry,sing,and smile. In so saying you are indeed one of greatest entertainers around whose greatness is only superceded by her great beauty. All the best to you Nancy,your family and all your future endeavors. Nathan Omingo, Just a fan of yours.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nathan Omingo
Orange County, CA USA - Sat 07 Jun 2003, 17:21

I hope you get your star on the Walk of Fame, you truly deserve it. You were like a pioneer for Asian actors and actresses. I saw a great movie by Wong Kar Wai called "In the Mood for Love" with Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung. It was so classy and filmed in a very old fashioned and romantic sort of way. The time period of the film was in Hong Kong in the 60's. I think you would have been great in a role like that(Maggie Cheung's) had you had the opportunity. But it was efforts like yours that make opportunities happen for future actors and actresses. I watched your Tai Chi video and noticed you were friends with Sybil Danning. I have heard rumors she is starting an official website now. Thanks for your contributions and I am going to make a special effort to find the movie you starred in with William Holden.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Taylor
USA - Sat 31 May 2003, 14:27

Just a note of thanks to you, Nancy, for the pleasure your films have brought this senior citizen! It is my hope that you are enjoying a healthful, happy life. If there was one person in the world I would like to meet,it would be you Nancy. God Bless You.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
James Schonrock <JSchonrock@msn.com>
Lolo, Mt USA - Sun 11 May 2003, 21:18

I must confess Lt Robin Crusoe is my sentimental favorite, because it was the first of your films I saw. I love all your films and think you are the greatest!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Dave Richardson <hautesavoire@yahoo.com>
Tokyo, Japan - Fri 02 May 2003, 12:11

To Miss Nancy Kwan, I am part of the staff of the largest film, tv, and pop culture convention on the East Coast, Chiller Theatre. Would you be Interested in attending our October 2003 event? The Convention is put on by Kevin Clement. Kevin call be reach at 570-575-1850 and by email at mrygor@aol.com. Our website is www.chillertheatre.com. My job is to search the web of interesting people like yourself and get them in touch with Kevin. Please give him a call. I told him I found your website the other day and he was excited. He is waiting to hear back from me to if I emailed you. ---Britton
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Britton Tallaksen <arcaneoddities@aol.com>
wood ridge, nj USA - Thu 20 Mar 2003, 22:01

Actually I like all of the films Ms. Kwan has starred in. I miss her. If you are reading this Ms Kwan, I miss you on screen. You were always a breath of fresh air when you appeared on screen and you always stole scenes. People can't help look at you no matter who you are with in any scene. I have one question to ask: How do you stay looking so young and beautiful? From a long time avid fan, Amy
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Amy Scott <amyonline@earthlink.net>
Orlando, FL USA - Tue 11 Mar 2003, 23:16

Just curious to know who did the paintings in THE WORLD OF SUZIE WONG and where are these paintings now ?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Laurent <lolpatjp@ybb.ne.jp>
Tokyo, Japan - Tue 11 Mar 2003, 01:54

Dear Ms Kwan My name is Stephen Vagg. I am a student at the Australian Film Television Radio School. I am currently doing an honours thesis on the films and career of the Australian actor Rod Taylor. I was wondering if I could interview you about your experiences of working with Rod. In particular, I am interested in asking questions to do with the filming of ‘Fate is the Hunter’ . I am happy to do the interview in any way that is convenient – over the phone, through an exchange of letters, or via email. I could also do the interview in person – although based in Sydney I plan to travel overseas for the purpose of this assignment later on this year. Being a student, my financial resources are limited and I would be unable to pay for your time. However I would be happy to pay for all postage and cost of phone calls. This is a project that I am very passionate about and I hope you can assist me. I promise I will take up as little time as possible. I can be contacted c/- AFTRS, Cnr Epping and Balaclava Rd Epping NSW 2112, on the phone 61 2 9571 4231 or 0404 864 784, or via email on stephenv@aftrs.edu.au or stephen_vagg@hotmail.com. I hope to hear from you. Thank you for your time. Kind regards Stephen Vagg
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Stephen Vagg <stephenv@aftrs.edu.au>
Sydney, Australia - Thu 06 Mar 2003, 01:34

Dear Nancy, I've been a fan of yours all my life. I first noticed you in 'The Wrecking Crew' and on the television series 'Kung Fu'. It was shortly after that I saw 'The World of Suzy Wong' And I loved it and you. Then about seven years ago AMC was showing 'Flower Drum Song' in it's uncut letterbox version. Forgive me but I assumed you were just another beautiful actress. I had no idea you were so talented. What a silly Gwailo I am. Now I've learned you still don't have a star on Hollywood's 'Walk of Fame'. That is ridicules. You should have had your star placed there 20 years ago. Please let me and the people in my Yahoo group know if there is anything we can do. We'll write or e-mail the powers that be insisting you get your star, NOW. God bless you Nancy, Bryan
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Bryan Dennis <bdtopeka@hotmail.com>
Topeka, KS USA - Tue 11 Feb 2003, 01:12

Nancy Kwan is the most beautiful creature on the face of the Earth. On my website is a song inspired by her. It's called "Kwan-Yien".
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
John L. Schick <rts8@ptd.net>
Bartonsville, PA USA - Tue 04 Feb 2003, 15:39

Can you please tell me what has become of the oil paintings from The World of Suzie Wong. Thank You. Please do not post this on the site.
Ralph <RMSelensky@aol.com>
USA - Tue 28 Jan 2003, 18:36

No public personality is a more perfect physical expression of the possibilties inherent in an Asian/Caucasian marriage than is Nancy Kwan. While she was type cast as an Asian I was never unaware that her beauty revealed both her origins. I wish it had been and still was possible that she could be accepted for what she is: a vividly attractive, enormously talented woman whose appearance presages a world where race is no longer a part of the human equation. Viva Nancy Kwan!!!
vinton e heuck <veheuck@earthlink.net>
lancaster, ca USA - Mon 20 Jan 2003, 05:58

Absolutely AWESOME.... Nancy is a truly BEAUTIFUL person - Thank you so much for having this site available to the Public !
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Gery Patton <gpatton985@aol.com>
Seal Beach, CA USA - Sun 19 Jan 2003, 20:38

Several years ago i purchased your video "Tai Chi, Touching the Clouds" Could you please tell me what style of Tai Chi it is. I have learned most of the moves. It has been a great blessing to me. I was wonder what style it is so that I can find others that are doing it. The people in the Taoist Tai Chi Association here do not pratice the one that I learned from you. I would appreciate your help.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Walt Cromwell <waltcromwell@yahoo.ca>
Beamsville, ON Canada - Fri 17 Jan 2003, 14:08

I have watched The World of Suzie Wong at least 100 times. This movie was great, Nancy Kwan should have won an Acadamy Award for her acting in this film. She is my favorite actress even today. She was by far the most beautiful asian actress of our time. As she nears 65 years of age I know she still is a very beautiful woman. William Holden was also one of my favorite movie stars so that made this movie that much better.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Ken Norris <Knorris@mail.win.org>
St.Charles, Mo. USA - Wed 08 Jan 2003, 16:50

Love the website you have set up to this gorgeous actress and the detail taken to write her biography. I have been lucky enough to meet Nancy several years ago. Her brother Ke, who you mention several times here, lives in Melbourne- Australia with his Aussie wife, who is my second cousin and their family of 3 boys. Nancy came to visit Ke for Christmas some years ago and a party was held in his home which I had the great privledge of being invited to. She was every bit as beautiful and gracious as she appears on screen and with not one bit of 'Hollywood' attitude about her at all. A totally 'class' act, who spent the evening handing out food and being a perfect hostess.She was funny and vibrant and generous with her time with everyone there that night. I had always loved her work in Suzie Wong and had been thrilled many years after first seeing it to learn that i had a family connection to her. So it was a rare and very special treat to meet and talk with her.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
gail hislop <gypsygail01@hotmail.com>
Melbourne, Australia - Sun 05 Jan 2003, 21:38

When I was a young girl growing up in San Jose, CA in the late sixties, I saw both "The World of Suzie Wong" and "The Flower Drum Song". Ms.Kwan captured my youthful attention: I wanted to dance like her, sing like her, bewitch like her, look like her... I wanted to BE her. As an adult I learned how my own culture had, after World War II in particular, infilterated other countries & cultures with our particular beauty standards. I read of Asian women having their eyes operated on to look more "western" and I remember thinking how very sad it was that beauty was being so narrowly defined. I am an American of Scots- Irish descent, but when I was 10 I wanted nothing so much as to have that beautiful raven hair and delicate beauty I saw in Ms.Kwan. She is one of my earliset memories of someone from another country that I admired & aspired to be like.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Beverly
USA - Thu 02 Jan 2003, 03:28

I have been a fan of Nancy's since I fell in love with Flower Drum Song. I began collecting an extensive scrapebook over the years and was very fortunate on my fifth wedding anniversary back in 1979 to meet Nancy and have her autograph my scrapebook. My favorite movies besides Flower Drum Song, are Suzie Wong, Lt. Robin Cruosoe, & Tamahine. Nancy is a blend of Audrey Hepburn and Natalie Wood. I especially love her comedy movies. I am one of the luckiest fans because I have had the opportunity to meet her in the last couple of years on different occassions. On our last encounter, it was a rare opportunity at the Bing Theatre in L.A. and to see Flower Drum Song on wide screen and to sit and see the movie with the audience was the most powerful feeling that we both felt with the audience appaulding after each song and laughing at the punch lines. I have been atteempting to work with the L.A. Chinese museum to donate my Nancy Kwan scrapbook. Nancy has given the world a rare gift of entertainment but with a sense of culture awareness and highly deserves a Star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame!
Cindy Yee <pipsqkcyee@hotmail.com>
Monterey Park, ca USA - Thu 26 Dec 2002, 22:18

hi, this is a message for nancy if possible my cousin gillian radcliffe who was at school with you when she lived in stalybridge has been trying to contact you. you may remember me , you visited me at school in bushet hertfordshire with gill when you went for the susie wong interviews , you also came back to the school when you filmed tamahine. gill isnt on the internet so asked me to see if you were still contactable , she;s tried a few times without success best wishes nigel morgan
nigel morgan <nimorg@compuserve.com>
stalybridge, england - Mon 23 Dec 2002, 14:31

What a great web site! As many other people have said, I fell in love with Nancy after seeing The World Of Suzy Wong. Being very young at the time, I thought it was puppy love, but now at the age of 52 I still think Nancy is the most beautiful woman I have ever seen, then, or now. P.S. And a class act all the way.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Michael Canonico JR <dragrace1193@cs.com>
Manalapan, NJ USA - Sat 21 Dec 2002, 21:49

I love the Flower Drum Song. In my opinion it is an extrememly good film, in fact Hollywood at it's best, and in no way reflects poorly on Asians. On the contrary, it shows that we are all human and that people have to change with change. The movie shows that no matter where we come from we all deal with the same issues of career, marriage, etc. Please bring Flower Drum Song out on DVD in American. Thanks
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
George Scherling <gscherling@monmouth.com>
Matawan, NJ USA - Mon 16 Dec 2002, 13:36

I have always felt that Ms Kwan's abilities and potential have never been truly realized. Her acting and dancing skills are superb. I think her unique talent has yet to reveal its full scope and karma.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Edward Marshall <edmarshall@dcmde.dcma.mil>
CT USA - Mon 09 Dec 2002, 08:52

Thank you for a positive portrayal of a true aritst that just happens to be Asian
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Ronald Shimokaji
USA - Tue 26 Nov 2002, 20:45

I had such a crush on Mrs. Kwan when I was a kid growing up in San Francisco. Now that I have come across your site, i think I still do. She has it and still has it all, beauty,grace, intelligence,talent, she is what I would call a perfect women.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Donald K. Poage <dkpstudio@lycos.com>
Oklahoma, OK USA - Wed 20 Nov 2002, 18:05

I was a high school senior when I saw "Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN," so I was a teenager when I first saw photos and movies of Nancy Kwan. At that age (typical of most boys in the 60s) I was awestruck by her beauty and "class." I'm 54 now and still think she's one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen. I will not say she's the prettiest "Asian," or "Oriental," or "Chinese" women, but the most beautiful WOMAN I've seen. And, especially since I'm older and hopefully more respectful to everyone, I know how trite and unoriginal it is for me to comment on her lovliness. It's more befitting for me to also say how talented she is. My opinion doesn't matter; just look at the movies she's been in and the raves she gets. It's just a more pleasant world with Nancy's lovliness still shining through. Her characters always had this mischievous, flirty, perky quality that made you want to love her so much. Thanks for the opportunity to comment.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
DAVID FOX <JOHN.FOX@OK.NGB.ARMY.MIL>
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK USA - Tue 19 Nov 2002, 17:20

Ms.Kwan is a Goddess.All good adventures.John
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
John <chassj@mmc.org>
Portland, ME USA - Mon 18 Nov 2002, 23:11

I fell in love with Nancy by watching the opening sequence of Hawaii Five O. We still see that 1960 series on one of the cable station here and frankly I still love that show just for the opening sequence. I would love to contact her by e-mail for she is the ultimate "star" in my book. What else can this 77year old admirer say. Hope you are well Nancy and happy. There are many of us out here that still love you. Milt Wilson
Milton Wilson <MWilson872@aol.com>
Long Beach, CA USA - Sat 26 Oct 2002, 09:25

Will Ms. Kwan be doing any personal appearances in the not-to-distant future? I will go ANYWHERE to see her in person. Thanks. Mick
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mick White <jetbuilder4u@yahoo.com>
Renton, WA USA - Thu 24 Oct 2002, 04:10

I fell in love with Nancy Kwan when I saw her in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Flower Drum Song", and although she was dubbed in the film she fit that role like a glove. On the strength of that performance I eagely purchased "The World of Suzie Wong" and again it confirmed, at least for me what a beautiful and talented woman she is. This is a great site! Although you are no longer as visible as you were in the '60s you are NOT forgotten Nancy. Your performances live on!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Carlos <nataliefanone@yahoo.com>
Miami, FL USA - Sun 20 Oct 2002, 14:11

I truly hope that Nancy might read this page from time to time. Though it would be very nice to tell her in person. I would be happy just knowing that she would recieve my heartfelt thanks for all her work. she is such a Beautiful, and wonderfull person, and actress. and has given the world so much. Both in front and behind the camera. I know that I will be watching and charishing her movies with my children and maybe someday my childrens children. thank you nancy, thank you so much.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Pat Vail <pat07734@hotmail.com>
Kearns, UT USA - Thu 17 Oct 2002, 22:41

This site is so fantastic! I just wanted to say you've done such a wonderful job. Its the best site ive seen on Nancy Kwan with all the photos and information. I first saw "The World of Suzie Wong" whilst in Malaysia and couldnt believe what a beautiful and stunning actress she was. I myself am eurasian with an english father and chinese mother so seeing someone with a similar cultural background, so beautiful gave me such an uplifting experience of being proud to be me. Someone who is unique and special. Thank you Nancy! and thankyou for this site XOX
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Amanda <ahall113@hotmail.com>
Australia - Thu 17 Oct 2002, 14:09

Hi I am trying to locate a copy of the film 'Wonder Women' (or one of it's aka's). Can anyone give me any advice on where to look? Thanks Grant Turner
Grant Turner <grant.turner@dsl.pipex.com>
UK - Mon 07 Oct 2002, 15:22

I recently went to see the preview of the new Broadway revival of Flower Drum Song. The show is very well done and the cast is excellent. I was interested to see how they would produce "I Enjoy Being A Girl",which I have always considered to be Nancy's exclusive performance in terms of talent and sensuality. It was a really good attempt,but even though so many years have gone by,there is truly no one who can reproduce Ms. Kwan is this number. First of all,the legs have it,and hers are simply like no ather!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Eric Kushins <ekushins@aol.com>
Saint James, NY USA - Mon 07 Oct 2002, 13:13

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TEHRAN, IRAN - Mon 07 Oct 2002, 10:21

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Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
ali danesh <asia_clf_fed_iran@yahoo.com>
tehran, co iran - Sun 06 Oct 2002, 09:59

Thank you for this lovely website.I love Ms.Kwan`s performances in The World of Suzie Wong and Flower Drum Song.Nancy and my favorite classic film actor,Bill Holden gave lovely, sensitive performances in The World of Suzie Wong.Their on-screen chemistry is magical.Thank you for the beautiful photos of Nancy and Bill. Will check back regulary for updates. Lorraine Chandler Athens,Texas
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Lorraine Chandler <Gemini730@hotmail.com>
Athens, TX USA - Tue 01 Oct 2002, 18:13

HI Nancy I am a little young to know and all your starring roles, but by looking at youtr fan club you must have been really good. The reason that I am writting is that you once upon a time a very long time ago about 40 years ago you went out with my Dan while living in London, Graham Martin, a South African lad at the time, he only told me about this of late in a hear to hear chat, I would love to get your address so that you could contact each other again, If you are willing please repy. Kind regards a loving daughter.
Nicky <seasiren@hotmail.com>
USA - Mon 02 Sep 2002, 12:52

My dear Ms Kwan I have been looking for Suzie for forty years, for goodness sake! I never found her. However, along the way I found the Tao, Buddha, Chinese food, literature and my oldest/best friend. Thank you, dear lady for creating Suzie. Your eternal fan, Pappy ps If you see Suzie, please tell her that I'm looking for her.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Paul Fonseca <milletpapp@aol.com>
Lake Charles, La USA - Tue 27 Aug 2002, 12:47

I saw Nancy in "World of Susie Wong" and in "Flower Drum Song", she was amazing in both movies. I found this website by surfing the net and it really is a great tribute to a beautiful and talented actress. Does anyone know if Nancy is still in show business?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Betty <bettyracine@aol.com>
Wilmington, DE USA - Fri 23 Aug 2002, 19:55

Hi Nancy, I saw my first film with you in it 1978 when I was 16yrs-it was Flower Drum Song & I was mesmerized by your beauty,charm,singing, & dancing ability. The movie was repeated on TV multiple times & I enjoyed it just as much each time. It was,nt till years later that I saw th World of Susie Wong which I found out about just prior to traveling to Hong Kong-I loved it just as much but give Flower Drum a slight edge in #1. It made my trip to HK even more enjoyable. I imagined you when riding back & forth on the Star ferry between Kowloon & Wanchai. I hope you will be at this years Dragonfest-will you? I'd love to be able to meet you & possibly get a autographed photo. I have to admit during my adolescence I had a strong crush on you, & I usually do not develop crushes on TV or movie stars, but your powerful presence is overwhelming(in a good way). Hope to meet you at Dragonfest-2002. Douglas
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Douglas Cochrane <dougtrvl@yahoo.com>
Glendale, Ca USA - Thu 22 Aug 2002, 13:12

To: Miss Anonymous Re: The World of Suzie Wong You can find the VCD costs HK$20.- from VCD shops locate at Lockhart Road next to the Fire Station (opposite to Causeway Plaza Phase II). Hope this can help!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
��u <ng5008@hotmail.com>
Hong Kong, China/Hong Kong - Sat 27 Jul 2002, 08:26

Hong Kong is wonderful and i always remember your movie "The world of Suzie Wong". I love HK. Ciao Massimo from Italy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Massimo <mgx654a@galactica.it>
Italy - Fri 19 Jul 2002, 13:09

AT LONG LAST I saw The World of Suzie Wong at my school library today. You just have to see it to believe it. It is a shame that it takes an outsider (Hollywood) to capture the exotic beauty of the old-time Hong Kong. (With Love Is a Many-splendored Thing as the forerunner) I have never seen Hong Kong photographed in the flattering yet realistic light. Nancy Kwan ignites the screen with such charm and grace which Asian actresses seriously lack today. All through the film I smile whenever I see her. I love her chemistry with William Holden..yet another favorite of mine...Hong Kong is blessed to be immortalized by this exquisite romance.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nancy-wannabe
HK - Thu 11 Jul 2002, 13:12

I am sorry that "The Wild Affair" is not available on vhs. Back in the early 60's,Nancy's performance in that film came as an awakening. Now, of course, I recognise it as being totally non-PC. But I'd still like to see it again...
Geoff Parry <parrygeoff@aol.com>
London, UK - Tue 09 Jul 2002, 15:12

I remember watching the World of Suzie Wong when I was 15 years old. I have to admit that I mainly watched it for her, but since I purchased it, I liked how the whole story came together. I was quite surprised they made a movie like that in 1960, as I did not think North American society would have accepted it back then (Asian actors & subject). William Holden was great in it! Well, anyways. I have been a big fan of hers since, and I used to try to see as many of her movies as possible. The wonders of the internet have made it possible in answering all my questions. This is a great site, and I wish all the best in the future. Let me express my deepest sympathy regarding the passing of her son....I was shocked! What does she think of the Asian stars of today? sincerely, Samuel Amodeo
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Samuel <saleensam@hotmail.com>
Toronto, Canada - Mon 08 Jul 2002, 17:52

On behalf of Martialinfo.com, I would like to extend my appreciation for all the wonderful contributions Nancy Kwan has made to both the Asian and martial arts community. Without the ground-breaking efforts of Nancy, stars like Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Jet Li would have waited many more years before they received the recognition they have enjoyed. Nancy is one of the true pioneers of the industry and deserves the admiration of the community. Martialinfo.com thanks you Nancy Kwan and would be honored to feature you on an upcoming cover of Martial Arts On Line magazine. Michael
Martialinfo.com <editor@umesystems.com>
USA - Fri 05 Jul 2002, 05:28

Can someone tell me if Nancy played the role of Linda Low or Mei-Li in Flower Drum Song the movie? Thanks.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Cym
USA - Mon 01 Jul 2002, 05:56

I am certain that Nancy Kwan was in an Elvis movie but it doesn't seem to be listed anywhere. Does anyone remember the name of that movie?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Memory Lapse
San Francisco, CA USA - Sat 29 Jun 2002, 19:41

Hello, being really obsessed with this, I finally found what I was looking for, the ultimate collection. My girl and I, we have seen a lot of movies though The world of Suzie Wong we enjoy most and this place is really a breathtaking one to be if you're in this kind of thing.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
tim lenoir <timlenoir@hotmail.com>
Oostende, Flanders Belgium - Thu 20 Jun 2002, 09:48

I am a sixteen years old girl from Hong Kong. I've heard of her film "The world of Suzie Wong" for a very long time. I tried to buy a VCD Or VCR of this film, but I couldn't find it on sale. I only see its DVD, and the problem is that I don't have a dvd player at home. Thus, I spent my red pockets'money to buy the book of it. It's a very good story, despite I haven't finished reading it:) I've got a way that can contact her last week, i'll soon write to her. I wonder whether she would reply me:) Thru' her photoes, I can see tht she was really pretty! And I really wanna see her in the flesh.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Miss Anonymous <missanonymous@hongkong.ocm>
Hong Kong, n/a Hong Kong - Wed 19 Jun 2002, 04:41

I�m very pleased to have found this wonderful site about Nancy Kwan. She is an excellent actress and her role as Suzie Wong is unforgettable. It touchs me every time whenever watching that movie. Btw I�ll visit Hong Kong soon and look forward to see this fascinating place by myself.
Rolf <lunanoctis@yahoo.com>
near Z�rich, Switzerland - Tue 11 Jun 2002, 16:05

Nancy Kwan has always been my favorite movie actress, as I fell madly in love with her after seeing the World of Suzie Wong, a film I might add that I must have seen 100's of times. I have started collecting memorbilia of nancy and one day would love to capture one of the oil paintings done of her for the movie. She is truly a beautiful person.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
William J Penman <Seashore00@aol.com>
Absecon, NJ USA - Tue 11 Jun 2002, 11:16

I just love "The World of Suzie Wong." I saw it first when I was 14 years old, back in the mid-70's. I was hooked on that film ever since because I am of Chinese-American heritage, and I longed to look like Nancy Kwan. Nancy Kwan was/is the only Asian person in the movies who represented Asians. For that I am grateful. Thank you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Margaret Yim
Alexandria, VA USA - Mon 10 Jun 2002, 16:38

What a blessing to find this site. Nancy Kwan is certainly one of the most beautiful leading ladies to have graced the big screen. I am also Eurasian and have always found Nancy Kwan to be an inspiration for both her beauty and immense talent. Thank you for this lovely site and wonderful resource.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Mei-Ling <rosenbaby@yumcha.com.au>
Australia - Sat 25 May 2002, 02:09

Happy belated Birthday to you!!
William <wmsjr53@hotmail.com>
Bloomfield, CT USA - Tue 21 May 2002, 15:56

HELLO, LOVE THIS SITE, IT'S FANTASTIC!!!!! YOU HAVE SEVERAL WONDERFUL PICTURES OF NANCY KWAN. I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE A SIGNED PHOTO OF NANCY. DO YOU HAVE A CONTACT ADDRESS FOR HER? THANKS, BILL BOWEN
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
BILL BOWEN <octopotbowen@aol.com>
charlestown, in USA - Fri 10 May 2002, 17:22

I feel very surprised. There are still lots of people discussing "The World of Suzie Wong" all over the world(but not in HK) after more than 40 years. I am 27, a Hong Kong people. I heard the name of Suzie Wong for long but saw the fim just last night. I was very touched by the film. I found in some literature many Asian Americans hated the stereotypes created by the film. But my focus was not there. I felt so excited I could see my city in 1960s, the buildings with balcony, the old stay ferry, the demolished HK Club, the rickshaws....which are all disappearing or disppeard images.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
elsa
Hong Kong, - Fri 12 Apr 2002, 17:30

hello nancy your films has a special place in my heart.you are one honorable person
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
mike curtis <mc944@hotmail.com>
fairfield, ca USA - Fri 05 Apr 2002, 16:11

Does anyone know how I can contact Nancy Direct either email or postal address. I am looking for a long lost cousin of hers. Many Thanks. Phil
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Phil Rayner <Phil@whodoeswhat.co.uk>
England - Sun 31 Mar 2002, 11:25

Me? I would just love to see Tamahine - I spent a few days - with my mother - as an extra, as did quite a few people from the nearby village of Crowthorne. We were in the shot of Nancy doing the high jump - the male stand-in had very hairy legs, I remember. Anyway, I have never seen the film - it was on TV some years ago, but I missed it. Anyone any ideas of whether it has been issued on video? Thanks. Laurie Manton
Laurie Manton <laurie.manton@btinternet.com>
Writhlington, England - Sun 31 Mar 2002, 09:22

I am looking a film "Girl Who Knew Too Much" 1969. Do you know who have this film? Thank you, Vincent
Vincent <Ang_V@bls.gov>
USA - Wed 27 Mar 2002, 14:47

Hola Nancy, i tried to write in english, but is too bad so...te escribo en espa�ol. I'm 33 years old and (y) quiero decirte que siempre me has gustado desde que te vi en la pel�cula "Arrivederci Baby" (it was a funny movie), then i watched on a VHS "The world of Suzie Wong", lo cual me impact� y gust�...de ah� mi admiraci�n por tu persona, i wish to know more about you. T� podr�s con admirador de tu persona por siempre (forever)
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Luis Ernesto Rios <luisrioscrespo@hotmail.com>
Lima, Peru - Thu 21 Mar 2002, 11:05

hi there thanks for a great website on Nancy Kwan i am currently updating my site on the cheongsam dress which Nancy wore so beautifully in World of suzie wong. the current site can be view here http://www.angelfire.com/co3/cheongsam/main.html
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
edward crosby <edwardcrosby@hotmail.com>
melbourne, australia - Sun 10 Mar 2002, 19:46

when i was 12 my mom and my sister and I saved our money to go see "suzie wong". We loved that movie so much.... my moms an artist, so when we came home she drew and painted each of us a 'paper doll' of Suzie Wong. Since she was a perfectionist she drew her over and over till our house was filled with Suzie pictures all over the house wearing a chinese dress in every color. When I get a vcr that was the first movie I recorded... still have it and watch it when I need a Suzie fix.... thanks for all the good memories
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
ramona <dubonnet13@hotmail.com>
l.a., ca USA - Thu 07 Mar 2002, 13:00

The first time I saw Nancy was in Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN. I'm a big Audrey Hepburn fan and Nancy had that quality of sweetness on the screen. I have seen the much praised World of Suzie Wong since and she is great in that too. I hope to be able to see many more of her movies yet, but just seeing two of them I was really impressed and think she is really great. Hasn't she appeared on ER recently?
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Miranda
NY USA - Sun 03 Mar 2002, 18:05

I am delighted to find a web-site devoted to Nancy Kwan. Unfortunately, my attempts to access the photo gallery have not met with success. i can see the thumb-nails, but when I click on them all I get is a description of the source of the photograph and not an enlargement. If you could help me overcome this problem I would be most grateful. I am iusing an AppleMackintosh iMac computer. Regards Larry Bennett
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Larry Bennett <elbe@clara.co.uk>
Cardiff, UK - Sun 03 Mar 2002, 13:29

Dear Colleagues: Some of Nancy's films are hard to find on video as they are out of print. However, if you visit www.vsom.com you can purchase "The Main Attraction" (widescreen), "Wonder Women" and "The Pacific Connection" (with Spanish sub-titles). "Walking the Edge" is back in print from Anchor Bay (www.anchorbayentertainment.com)in widescreen VHS and DVD. If you visit e-bay.com or half.com you may be able to find used copies of "Blade In Hong Kong," "The Corrupt Ones", "TheMcMasters," "Project: Kill" or "Fowl Play". [The latter two were released by Paragon Video in the 1980s.] "Project: Kill" is currently available in a Leslie Nielsen 2-pack video. I purchased "LT Robin Crusoe, USN" from a seller on e-bay.com. Another copy may possibly turn up again.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nicholas Kierniesky <nkierniesky@mdwcg.com>
Cherry Hill, NJ USA - Fri 01 Mar 2002, 15:44

This is a well organized website. Simple but functional. Growing up in HK, I am familar with her name but via this site, I got to know her much better. Would it be possible to add some video or music clips of her wonderful works?
Danny Yiu <dyiu2000@yahoo.com>
HK - Wed 20 Feb 2002, 15:28

Dear Nancy, Because of your beauty and the sincerety of your performances, I was able to realize as a young man that the ideal woman for me was not the blonde bombshell or the sandy haired girl next door that all the movies pushed as the most desireable to young guys in the 1960's. Thank you.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Fate is the Hunter
Paul Kennedy <pkenned4@msn.com>
E. Hampton, NY USA - Mon 18 Feb 2002, 21:06

I recently just saw Flower Drum Song for the very first time at a special screening in LA and Nancy herself was there as a special guest. I gotta tell ya, she looks pretty good for someone her age and her performance in the movie was simply outstanding. I never knew Nancy Kwan before I saw Flower Drum Song, now I am officially one of her biggest fans and going to rent some of her movies. God bless Nancy!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
David Yao <miloyao@yahoo.com>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Tue 29 Jan 2002, 07:18

This is such a wonderful website. I have learned so much about Nancy's background and her movies. Her baby pictures are so cute! I especially enjoyed the picture gallery where I could see a variety of images of Nancy. Well Done!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Flower Drum Song
Amy Hsu <ahsu_home@yahoo.com>
Chino Hills, CA USA - Sun 27 Jan 2002, 15:47

Querida y admirada Nancy: Disculpa, mi ingl�s es muy malo y prefiero mi idioma natal. Te h� admirado desde t� primera pel�cula. En Suzie Wong, lucistes natural, talentosa y obviamente hermosa. Tienes esa mezcla de razas que hace de T� algo especial e interesante. Me alegro que t� vida transcurra fel�z y normal. Adelante mi admirada Nancy y mucha suerte buena en toda t� vida. Leopoldo.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Leopoldo Xion <sionleopoldo@yahoo.com>
Caracas-Venezuela, enezuela. - Thu 24 Jan 2002, 10:34

Finally, a site of your own. You're wonderful, Nancy. Wish you would act more often and let us see that wonderful talent. Hope to see more of you soon. Thanks for all the great work. We miss you!!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Charlie Brown <Boystie@aol.com>
Glendale, Ca USA - Sat 19 Jan 2002, 16:40

Finally, someone has put together a site dedicated to this beautiful and talented actress! Thank you so much! Nancy has long been a favorite of mine, and I feel it's a real shame that so many of her movies are hard to find on video, much less on DVD. Just try to find a copy of "Tamahine" or "The McMasters" sometime. Good luck! Anyway, what with those fabulous zygomatic bones and kittenish smile, Nancy has long been, for me, the quintessence of pulchritudinous muliebrity. I'd love to see her more visible for North American viewers today, and only hope that that proposed TV movie/ series gets off the ground. Anyway, guys, keep up the great work. Oh, one quibble. You say that Nancy was "the first Asian actress to succeed in Western cinema." But shouldn't we give that honor to Ms. Anna May Wong, who was very popular here in the '30s and was outstanding in the Marlene Dietrich movie "Shanghai Express"? Just a thought.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
sandy ferber <sferber@newyork.bozell.com>
new york, ny USA - Fri 18 Jan 2002, 12:29

Dear Nancy: I saw "World of Suzie Wong" when I was 14 years old and you were the first girl I really liked. You were lovely and charming. The movie has stood the test of time. It is very enjoyable. I also liked you in "Nobody's Perfect." That was a very funny comedy.
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: The World of Suzie Wong
Nicholas Kierniesky <nkierniesky@mdwcg.com>
Cherry Hill, NJ USA - Tue 08 Jan 2002, 18:02

Actually, I'm surprised Disney hasn't put out Robin Crusoe on DVD. I thought Nancy was just as seductive in it as Suzie Wong, but didn't know she could play great comedy (especially the charade scene)---it would have been a classic Disney for the ages if the ending was better (Wednesday and Crusoe getting together). Are there any Nancy Kwan fan clubs? I don't know the legality of it, but it would be great to see if people have tapes of some of the early stuff (Tamahine, Fate is the hunter, etc.) that is hardly seen on TV. Anyway, just wanted to say I'm a fan and have bought World of Suzie Wong, Robin Crusoe, some lobby cards, heck even Night Creature on Ebay to check out the Nancy Kwan "collection" -- but as I said any fan club information where videos can be sold/exchanged would be great or info on how to start one. Also, does Nancy Kwan have a Hollywood star? If so, where is it? And, if not, let's get one for her!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN
Bill Navarro <bethn@earthlink.net>
Bellflower, CA USA - Sun 30 Dec 2001, 03:59

Hi Nancy, I work with your nephew Oliver Kwan here in Melbourne and I can undisputedly say that he must have aquired his looks from his mother's side and not from your brother (his father) - unfortunately!!
Favorite Nancy Kwan Film: Dragon: the Bruce Lee Story
Anesti Cosmas <acosmas@connect.com.au>
Melbourne, Australia - Mon 22 Oct 2001, 01:52