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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:33

Wife of General Ling (1937) credited and pictured on the poster as "Inkijinoff", as General Ling / Mr. Wong (roles to be confirmed).

This was a British production, shot in England.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:36

La rue sans joie (1938) credited on the poster as "Inkijinoff", as Louis Stinner (role to be confirmed).

Images here are from the Base de Données website.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:39

Le drame de Shanghaï (1938) credited as "Inkijinoff", as Lee Pang.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:42

Les pirates du rail (1938) credited as "Inkijinoff", as Wang.

Following 3 appearances in French films in 1938, it would be 10 years before Valery's next film role.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:46

La renégate (1948) credited on the poster as "Inkijinoff", as Moktar (role to be confirmed).

This was Valery's return to the screen following a 10 year absence.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:48

Maya (1949) credited as "Inkijinoff", as Cachemire.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:52

The Black Rose (1950) as Chinese minister.

This was a major US / British co-production starring Tyrone Power, shot in England and Morocco. Valery's fairly small role was uncredited.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 13:59

La figlia di Mata Hari (1954) credited, as Naos.

Shot in Rome, this was Valery's first appearance in an Italian co-production.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 14:05

Verrat an Deutschland (1955) credited and pictured on posters as "Inkijinoff", as Osaki (role to be confirmed).

This marked Valery's return in a German production after 18 years. The image here was found online.
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Post by PeplumParadise » 23/06/2022, 14:07

Geliebte Corinna (1956) credited as "Inkijinoff", as Chin.
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