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The Feathered Serpent (1948)

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Charlie Chan and his two eldest sons, investigate a murderous gang who is forcing an archaeologist to search for a treasure in Mexico.

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Joan Farnsworth
Martin Garralaga ...
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George J. Lewis ...
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Leslie Denison ...
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In order to learn the location of a fabled Aztec treasure, a professor kidnaps his colleague, the only man able to read the ancient Aztec script that is supposed to reveal the location of the treasure. Charlie Chan and his #1 and #2 sons journey to the jungles of Mexico to find the victim and bring the kidnapper and his gang to justice. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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19 December 1948 (USA)  »

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Charlie Chan and the Feathered Serpent  »

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The 46th of 47 Charlie Chan movies. See more »

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Charlie Chan: Man who improve house before building solid foundation apt to run into very much trouble.
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More manhunt than mystery
9 April 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

This Charlie Chan film is unique in that both Victor Sen Yung and Keye Luke appear in it together. During the climax with the bad guys they handle the rough stuff to bring the culprits to justice and Roland Winters is going to need both of them despite them constantly coming to the wrong conclusions.

Charlie and the boys and chauffeur Mantan Moreland are on a holiday in Mexico when they hear of the disappearance of an old friend of the Chan family, an archeology professor who has disappeared while looking for Aztec treasure, the equivalent of King Tut's tomb in the western hemisphere. They find a colleague of his friend out on the desert, but no sooner do they rescue him than he's murdered. Another murder follows and the the Chan family leads a search party out on the Mexican desert.

This film is more of manhunt than a mystery at least to us because the brains behind all the villainy is revealed just about halfway through the film. Why that was done who knows because it robbed us of any suspense.

That's a pity because for Monogram Charlie Chan feature it's not a bad one.


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