Charlie's visit to Paris, ostensibly a vacation, is really a mission to investigate a bond-forgery racket. But his agent, apache dancer Nardi is killed before she can tell him much. The case, complicated by a false murder accusation for banker's daughter Yvette, climaxes with a strange journey through the Paris sewers. Written by
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This marks the first appearance of one of Charlie Chan's children, Lee Chan, played by Keye Luke. See more »
Although all the action takes place in Paris, not only don't any of the characters speak French, none has even a trace of a French accent. See more »
[in a condescending pidgen English/Chinese accent]
Me happy know you. Mebbe you likee havee little drinkee?
Very happy to make acquaintance of charming gentleman.
Me no likeee drinkee now - perhaps later.
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As in, 'Charlie Chan in Egypt', this little gem reeks with early film atmosphere and sustains itself with the wonderful portrayal by Warner Oland. Warner Oland has more stage presence than a dozen actors of today. It's really a shame, for if one generation could really bridge another generation and look at the whole, they might see what a let down the films of today really are.
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