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Charlie Chan at the Olympics


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The tenth in a selection of classic murder mysteries starring
Warner Oland as the philosophical detective with Keye Luke
'Things like these cannot happen in Berlin!' says a very Germanic and extremely uninformed policeman during
Charlie Chan 's latest caper; a chase after spies who have stolen a remote-control aircraft guiding device. It begins in Honolulu and ends at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin where Number One son is, inscrutably, a member of the US swimming team ...
Screenplay by ROBERT ELLIS and HELEN LOGAN Produced by JOHN STONE
0 FILMS: page 26


Unknown: Keye Luke
Unknown: Charlie Chan
Unknown: Robert Ellis
Unknown: Helen Logan
Produced By: John Stone
Directed By: H. Bruce Humberstone
Yvonne Roland: Katherine Demille
Betty Adams: Pauune Moore
Richard Masters: Allan Lane
Lee Chan: Keye Luke
Arthur Hughes: C. Henry Gordon
Cartwright: John Eldredge
Charlie Chan Jr: Layne Tom Jr
Hopkins: Jonathan Hale
Charles Zaraka: Morgan Wallace
Captain Strasser: Fredrik Vogeding
Police Chief Scott: Andrew Tombes
Dr Burton: Howard Hickman

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Charlie Chan at the Olympics

BBC Two England, 6 October 1986 18.00

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