The kids solve the mystery of a moving statue.


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Episode credited cast:
Charlie Chan (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cynthia Adler ...
Flip (voice)
Anne Chan (voice)
Various Characters (voice)
John Gunn ...
Tom (voice)
Henry Chan (voice) (as Bob Ito)
Beverly Kushida ...
Nancy Chan (voice)
Cherylene Lee ...
Suzie Chan / Mimi Chan (voice)
Don Messick ...
Chu-Chu (voice)
Michael Morgan ...
Scooter (voice)
Hazel Shermet ...
Various Characters (voice)
Alan Chan (voice)
Various Characters (voice)
Stanley (voice) (as Len Weinrib)


The kids solve the mystery of a moving statue.

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Release Date:

9 December 1972 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)


Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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I Actually Had To Rescan The Episode To See What Took Place!
18 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

A pretty forgettable episode to a very forgettable cartoon, yes, but even I couldn't recollect with any certainty what happened in this cartoon after viewing it, and had to check it again.

The Clan is in Greece and viewing the Parthenon and the angel statue outside.

The statue is stolen, the kids say, but upon investigation, they learn the statue is still there.

An incident with a photographer results in the revelation that the statue they are in the presence of is in fact a fake, as it crumbles to pieces.

Once again, the kids begin searching and following suspects.

Once again, four of the kids, Anne, Susie, Alan and Tom, are pursued by a masked villain, in this instance a Greek guard of some sorts, a gladiator, I suppose.

What role did this fellow have with the final solution to the missing angel? I suppose we are supposed to believe these masked figures (and they are prevalent in all of these Chan cartoons) are working for the master criminal.

Funny how all those threatening Scooby Doo ghosts seem to be working nearly alone (Zombie and The Witch were two working together, Davy Jones' Scooby Movie had the moat monster and a ghost knight, and the later Horror In The Heights had two bad guys).

The crime is revealed in what has to be the most insulting and just ridiculous manner possible is all I can say.

Songs: Undercover Man -&- Who Done It?

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