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Lee Chan (Character)
from Charlie Chan at the Opera (1936)

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Alternate Names:
James Lee 'Jimmy' Wong


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  1. The Sky Dragon (1949) Played by Keye Luke
    ... aka "Charlie Chan and the Sky Dragon" - USA (review title)
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in Sky Dragon" - USA (poster title)
  2. The Feathered Serpent (1948) Played by Keye Luke
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Feathered Serpent" - USA (poster title)
  3. Phantom of Chinatown (1940) Played by Keye Luke (as James Lee 'Jimmy' Wong)

  4. Mr. Moto's Gamble (1938) Played by Keye Luke
    ... aka "Mr. Moto's Diary" - USA (review title)
  5. Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo (1937) Played by Keye Luke
  6. Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937) Played by Keye Luke
  7. Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) Played by Keye Luke
  8. Charlie Chan at the Opera (1936) Played by Keye Luke
  9. Charlie Chan at the Race Track (1936) Played by Keye Luke
  10. Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936) Played by Keye Luke
  11. Charlie Chan in Shanghai (1935) Played by Keye Luke
  12. Charlie Chan in Paris (1935) Played by Keye Luke

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Fun Stuff

From Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937)
Lee Chan, #1 Son: Gee, Pop, you sure missed a wonderful luncheon!
Charlie Chan: [at the shiprail suffering from seasickness] Contradiction, please. Not having eaten have missed nothing.
Lee Chan, #1 Son: I had turtle soup, chicken a la king, and three cream puffs. Then I had some ice cream.
Charlie Chan: Please stop! Mention of food more painful than surgeon's knife without anesthesia.
Lee Chan, #1 Son: Shall I get you medicine, Pop?
Charlie Chan: Good dose of land only effective medicine.
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