|Directed by||Noel M. Smith|
|Produced by||Marshall Grant|
|Written by||Stanley Rubin|
|Based on||original story by Rubin and Chanslor|
|Cinematography||John W Boyle|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|6 October 1941|
It was also known as Halfway to Shanghai.
In the Burmese town of Lashio, the convoys of an American transport company keep being attacked. Head driver is Cliff Weldon. His brother Mike comes to visit. They deal with a Eurasian spy, a Chinese agent and enemy attacks.
- Charles Bickford as Cliff Weldon
- Evelyn Ankers as Ann McBragel
- Frank Albertson as Mike Weldon
- Cecil Kellaway as Angus McBragel
- Willie Fung as Smitty
- Keye Luke as Lin Taiyen
- Turhan Bey as Mr. Yuchau
- Truman Bradley as Victor Harrison
- Ken Christy as Hank
- C. Montague Shaw as Major Hart
- Harry Stubbs as Hubert
- Chester Gan as Keela
- Vyola Vonn as Mazie
- Eddie Lee as Leon
- Dorothy Vaughan as Mrs. Hubert
- Grace Lem as Mrs. Wong Lee
- Dave Thursby as Constable
- Duke York as Bartender
- Loo Loy as Rebel leader
The film was announced in April 1941 as Halfway to Shanghai. It was an early lead role for Evelyn Ankers who had joined the studio after being on stage in Ladies in Retirement. Filming took place in April and May 1941.
The New York Times thought the film was "too tame".
- Twentieth' to Claim Colbert for Feature Schallert, Edwin. Los Angeles Times 7 Apr 1941: 16.
- SCREEN NEWS HERE AND IN HOLLYWOOD New York Times 17 Sep 1941: 27.
- At the Rialto T.M.P.. New York Times 7 Oct 1941: 26.
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