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Charlie Chan in Paris


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A second classic murder mystery starring Warner Oland as the philosophical detective with Mary Brian
Keye Luke
'Perfect case like perfect doughnut - has hole'.
Charlie Chan 's investigations lead to France and an open-and-shut case of murder. But the sage sleuth believes otherwise, pursuing the real killer through the shadows of Paris and the city sewers.
Produced by JOHN STONE Directed by LEWIS SEILER
(Postponed from 18 July)
0 FILMS: page 13


Unknown: Warner Oland
Unknown: Mary Brian
Unknown: Keye Luke
Unknown: Charlie Chan
Unknown: Edward T. Lowe
Unknown: Stuart Anthony
Produced By: John Stone
Directed By: Lewis Seiler
Charlie Chan: Warner Oland
Yvette Lamartine: Mary Brian
Victor Descartes: Thomas Beck
Max Corday: Erik Rhodes
Albert Dufresne: John Miljan
Latouche: Murray Kinnell
Renard: Minor Watson
Concierge: John Qualen
Lee Chan: Keye Luke

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