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(1931)

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Inspector Duff: As my Chinese friend says, 'Seated hunter and running hare seldom meet.'

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Charlie Chan: A big head no more than a place for big headache,

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Charlie Chan: No man is a fool until he does something foolish.

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Charlie Chan: Only very brave mouse make nest in cat's ear.

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Charlie Chan: Events explode without warning like fireworks over passersby.

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Inspector Duff: It seems Chan tries to a hunt a hare with a dead dog.

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Charlie Chan: He who waters the tree deserves the fruit.

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Inspector Duff: She tried to trick him but it didn't work. What should she have done, Charlie?

Charlie Chan: Too late now. Advice after mistake like medicine after dead man's funeral.

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Charlie Chan: Patience and mulberry leaf makes silk shawl.

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Charlie Chan: But sometimes blunt stones cut better than sharpened knife.

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Charlie Chan: If he comes to, tell him Charlie Chan is carrying on.

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