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Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen

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This slapstick tribute to the famous 30s series opens in Hawaii where Charlie Chan unmasks the Dragon Queen as the killer of his son's prospective father-in-law.
Years later in San Francisco where his Chinese-Jewish grandson, Lee Jr, is also practising as a private detective, Grandpa Charlie is called in by the police to solve a series of bizarre murders....
Screenplay by STAN BURNS , DAVID AXELROD Produced by JERRY SHERLOCK Directed by CUVE DONNER
(First showing on British television)
●FILMS: page 29

Contributors

Unknown: Stan Burns
Unknown: David Axelrod
Produced By: Jerry Sherlock
Directed By: Cuve Donner
Charlie Chan: Peter Ustinov
Mrs Lupowitz: Lee Grant
the Dragon Queen: Angie Dickinson
Lee Chan Jr: Richard Hatch
Police Chief: Brian Keith
Gillespie: Roddy McDowall
Mrs Dangers: Rachel Roberts
Cordelia: Michelle Pfeiffer
Masten: Paul Ryan
Stefan: Johnny Sekka
Hawaiian Chief of Police: Bennett Ohta
Lee Chan Sr: David Hirokane
Brenda: Karlene Crockett

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Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen

BBC One London, 16 September 1984 20.45






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