Inspector Duff of Scotland Yard is called upon to investigate a murder amongst a group of tourists on an around-the-world cruise. Duff joins the cruise and learns certain facts about each of the suspects, but is himself shot. His friend, the famed Honolulu police detective Charlie Chan, comes aboard the vessel to take over the case for Duff. By a clever ruse, Chan uncovers the murderer. Written by
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Did You Know?
This is the only Spanish-language film in the entire original Chan series and the only one that doesn't feature Warner Oland as Charlie Chan. There were no other foreign-language Charlie Chan films made by Hollywood after this one because, shortly after this movie came out, a method of putting sound on the actual film was developed, and so voice dubbing became more practical. See more
Whenever Charlie Chan or his wife are supposed to be speaking in Chinese, they are actually speaking in Japanese. This is especially evident in the scene at the docks in which Mrs. Chan bids Charlie farewell by saying "Sayonara". See more
As my Chinese friend says, 'Seated hunter and running hare seldom meet.'
Alternate-language version of Charlie Chan Carries On