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Tommy Chan (Character)
from The Scarlet Clue (1945)

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  1. The Feathered Serpent (1948) Played by Victor Sen Yung
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Feathered Serpent" - USA (poster title)
  2. The Golden Eye (1948) Played by Victor Sen Yung
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Golden Eye" - USA (poster title)
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in Texas" - Belgium (English title)
  3. Shanghai Chest (1948) Played by Victor Sen Yung
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Shanghai Chest" - USA (poster title)
  4. Docks of New Orleans (1948) Played by Victor Sen Yung
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in Docks of New Orleans" - USA (poster title)
  5. The Chinese Ring (1947) Played by Victor Sen Yung
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Chinese Ring" - USA (poster title)
  6. Dark Alibi (1946) Played by Benson Fong
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in Dark Alibi" - USA (informal title)
  7. The Red Dragon (1945) Played by Benson Fong
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Red Dragon" - USA (informal title)
  8. The Shanghai Cobra (1945) Played by Benson Fong
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Shanghai Cobra" - USA (informal title)
  9. The Scarlet Clue (1945) Played by Benson Fong
    ... aka "Charlie Chan in the Scarlet Clue" - USA (informal title)
  10. Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat (1944) Played by Benson Fong
    ... aka "The Chinese Cat" - USA (complete title)

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Quotes:
From Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat (1944)
Tommy Chan: I don't get it, Pop!
Charlie Chan: [laconically] Fear you are weak limb to which no family tree may point with pride.
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