The New Adventures of Charlie Chan: Season 1, Episode 10

The Rajput Ruby (1957)

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Charlie while on holiday in England is asked to investigate the theft of jewelry from an Indian Prince. In doing so he uncovers a far wider web of intrigue involving the Prince's wife.

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The Majarajah
Jill Melford
Bill Nagy
Maurice Kaufmann
Harold Young
Charles Morgan
Arnold Marlé
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Charlie while on holiday in England is asked to investigate the theft of jewelry from an Indian Prince. In doing so he uncovers a far wider web of intrigue involving the Prince's wife.

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Charlie Chan and Son investigate the theft of a missing ruby.
16 April 2014 | by (Southern California) – See all my reviews

This episode was rather straightforward but had some unique touches (unique for this series, anyway). Number One Son is a tad more capable in this one, and seems to find more legitimate clues than Pop (Chan has no real reason to go for drinks at the bar other than to let Son go snooping). At the same time there was a nice bit when Charlie really worries about his son's safety. There was a surprising amount of baseball talk, maybe to make the British actors feel more American. However, some of the faux-American accents tended to slip a bit, but that's been true in films and TV forever. The end comes somewhat abruptly with the fates of the Maharaja and his wife feeling incomplete. As with the others, it's all nice enough and worth a look.


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