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Other than that, the six films collected here (the first six Chans for Monogram, and all but five directed by Phil Rosen) are largely indistinguishable from one another save for the murder victims and their demises. In The Secret Service, Chan investigates the death of a wartime inventor; a San Francisco socialite expires in The Chinese Cat; daughter Frances is involved in the murder of a psychic in Meeting at Midnight (a.k.a. Black Magic); another government scientist is killed in The Jade Mask, and death by remote control is the focus of The Scarlet Clue. Director Phil Karlson (Kansas City Confidential) adds some noirish atmosphere to The Shanghai Cobra, which has bank employees dying from apparent snakebites. Dated and controversial as they may be, the Chan films are engaging diversions for vintage mystery fans. No extras are featured in the set. --Paul Gaita
Charlie Chan has always been one of my favorite characters,Published 8 months ago by Kimberly Perkins
Review for item, not price. If you are a Charlie Chan fan like myself, you will want this set. However, be aware that three of these titles are available as a 3 title 1 disc set. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ralph J. Fitcher
If you love the old-time, low-tech, corny, black and white classic movie, then Charlie Chan is about everything you can ask for!Published 11 months ago by Shoe Fan
Sydney Toler was the best Charlie Chan ever and was a shame for
him to die so very young. These movies are great and next month
i will view them for the fourth time.
Since I watched some Charlie Chan movies when I was young. I have decided to go back to watch those movies again even though I saw it before. Read morePublished 15 months ago by K.S.
Yes, there's a whole group of super fans of Charlie Chan, and my sister is one of them. Thank you for the perfect Christmas gift idea!Published 16 months ago by JeffBlumenthal
Sidney was and is the best Chan ever put out in the movies. I always enjoy re-watching the CD occasionally.Published 16 months ago by James C. Imfeld