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The Chinese Ring (1947) Poster

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Charlie Chan: [about Davidson] Chinese chimpanzee not interfere with monkey business of big baboon. Not yet.

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Charlie Chan: Politeness golden key to many doors.

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Armstrong: I hope you're successful solving this case.

Charlie Chan: Well, thank you so much, Mr. Armstrong. Well, you know, sometimes think successful detective one upon whom luck shines smiling coutenance.

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Charlie Chan: You know, Confuciussay good luck chain of foolish accidents.

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Charlie Chan: [to gatekeeper] How loud it thunder; how little it rain.

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Charlie Chan: Man who ride on tiger cannot dismount.

Birmingham Brown: He can't?

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Police Sgt. Bill Davidson: Listen, Peggy, you holdin' out on me? You know something I don't know?

Peggy Cartwright: That wouldn't take much brains

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Charlie Chan: [Last lines] Man who ride on merry-go-round all the time sooner or later catch brass ring.

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