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- "China Gate" is a 1998 Bollywood film directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. It is a "humble tribute to the late Akira Kurosawa", crediting Seven Samurai as its inspiration and starred Samir Soni in his film debut. It was partly influenced by Ramesh Sippy's Sholay.
- country: India
- language: Hindi Language
- producer: Rajkumar Santoshi
- art direction by Samir Chanda
- written by K.K. Raina, Rajkumar Santoshi, Anjum Rajabali & Vijay Deveshwar
- based on a story by Rajkumar Santoshi
- Amrish Puri as Col. Kewal Krishan Puri
- Urmila Matondkar as Sensational dancer
- Mamta Kulkarni as Sandhya Rajan
- Om Puri as Col. Krishnakant Puri
- Naseeruddin Shah as Maj. Sarfaraz Khan
- Mukesh Tiwari as Jageera
- Danny Denzongpa as Maj. Ranjir Singh Gurung
- Kulbhushan Kharbanda as Maj. Kailashnath Gupta
- Tinnu Anand as Capt. Bijon Dasgupta
- Paresh Rawal as Inspector Barot
- Rahul Singh
- Samir Soni as Udanshu Tandon
- Girish Karnad as Forest Officer Sunder Rajan
- Jagdeep as Sub. Nageshwar Rammaiah
- Ila Arun as Mrs. Gopinath
- Aanjjan Srivastav as Pandey
- Aanjjan Srivastav as DK
- Viju Khote as Ghanshyam
- K.D. Chandran as MD
- Shivaji Satham as Gopinath
- Harish Patel as Devdurg villager
- cinematography by Piyush Shah
- edited by V.N. Mayekar
- music by Anu Malik, Vanraj Bhatia
- genres: Musical, Action Film, Adventure Film, Thriller, Western, Drama, Bollywood, World cinema, Musical Drama
- released on (16 years ago)
- "China Gate" is a 1957 Hollywood Cinemascope war film written, produced and directed by Samuel Fuller and released through 20th Century Fox.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Samuel Fuller
- art direction by John B. Mansbridge
- cinematography by Joseph F. Biroc & CinemaScope
- music by Victor Young, Max Steiner
- genres: War film, Action Film, Action/Adventure, Thriller
- released in (58 years ago)
- "China Gate" is the third album by Cul de Sac, released on May 21, 1996 through Thirsty Ear Recordings.
- genre: Post-rock
- released on (19 years ago)
- "China Gate" is a musical album of Anu Malik, soundtrack.
- also known as China Gate Soundtrack
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China Gate ( 1957), St. Louis Blues (1958), Night Of The Quarter Moon aka Flesh And Flame ...
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- China Gate
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- China Gate
The entrance to the Chinese Garden in the Bethmann Park in Frankfurt. A small but precious hideaway in a busy city. via 500px 500px.com/photo/42637358
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- Portland China Gate
From wikipedia: The Chinatown portion of Old Town extends north from W Burnside St. to Union Station. The entrance is marked by a China gate, complete with a pair of lions, at the corner of NW 4th Ave. and W Burnside St. The core of the area, from W Burnside St. to NW Glisan St. and from NW 5th Ave. to NW 3rd Ave., was designated in 1989 the New Chinatown/Japantown Historic District.
When compared to the more well-known Chinatowns of Oakland and San Francisco in California and Vancouver, British Columbia, Portland's Chinatown is smaller and less active. It has more than two dozen Chinese-owned businesses, including restaurants such as a nostalgic 1940s-era chop suey restaurant, gift and import shops, club houses, an herbal medicine store and an Asian food market.
(For a dear friend stuck in Atlanta.)
Photo credit: Noël Zia Lee
- China Gate in Vancouver's China Town
The city's trolleybuses go underneath it.
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- China Gate.(a)
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- China Gate, Infrared
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- China Gate, San Francisco
Photo credit: Haydn Blackey
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