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The price of a Shanghai express ticket (1st class) was $35 (presumably American dollars), in the film, which equates to $649.89 in 2018.
Captain Donald 'Doc' Harvey:
Shanghai Lily: Well, Doctor, I haven't seen you in a long time. You haven't changed at all, Doctor.
Captain Donald 'Doc' Harvey: Well, you've changed a lot, Madeline.
Shanghai Lily: Have I, Doc? Do you mind me calling you "Doc," or must I be more respectful?
Captain Donald 'Doc' Harvey: Ah, you were never respectful, and you ...
Shanghai Lily: ...
The telegraph forms shown on screen are filled out in Chinese and meant to be Chinese, but in fact are in English and therefore American.
Comments in the AFI Catalogue suggest the credits were changed when re-released in 1935. According to the Catalogue, the original print referred to Harry Herveys work as a novel. In the viewed print on TCM, the onscreen credit was "story." The print was clearly a re-released print because of the PCA certificate number listed onscreen; such numbers were not issued until 1934. It is not known what other changes were made, if any, but the print ran only 82 minutes, suggesting some additional editing had been done.
English, French, Cantonese, German