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Charlie Chan: In the Secret Service (14-Feb-1944)

Director: Phil Rosen

Writer: George Callahan

Keywords: Mystery, Charlie Chan

The WWII inventor of a new type of torpedo is found dead in a house oddly full of suspicious characters. Charlie Chan is asked by the government to investigate -- "Dead man's actions still need explanation!" Chan's problems are compounded by the arrival of his son Tommy and daughter Iris. First entry in the series from the Monogram studio, bringing in a lower budget and the appearance of Birmingham Brown; dreadful music score.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Benson Fong
10-Oct-1916 1-Aug-1987 Flower Drum Song
Mantan Moreland
3-Sep-1902 28-Sep-1973 Birmingham Brown
Sidney Toler
28-Apr-1874 12-Feb-1947 Charlie Chan


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