Charlie Chan in Shanghai

Charlie Chan in Shanghai

DVD - 1935
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"Chan visits the country of his honorable ancestors only to encounter a murder and an opium ring"--Container.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, ℗1935
Copyright Date: ℗1935
Branch Call Number: DVD FEATURE CHARL
Characteristics: Laser optical
optical,mono
1 videodisc (Not rated)(approximately 71 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Eran trece
Shanghai
Notes: Includes the Spanish language version of Charlie Chan carries on: Eran trece
Originally released as a motion picture in 1935
Based on characters created by Earl Derr Biggers

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EuSei Aug 14, 2015

I love Charlie Chan in Shanghai. I watched it once more yesterday and realized I missed one of the special features: the 1931 movie “Eran Trece,” the Spanish version of Earl derr Biggers' book “Charlie Chan Carries On,” which movie is no longer available. I read Biggers book and from what I remember, the Spanish film kept close to the story. Just like in the book, Chan only appears halfway through the story. Raul Roulien does a fantastic job as Max Michin, the retired bad guy from Chicago. Juan Torena, I think, was trying a Valentino approach to Dick Kennaway… If you Spanish from Spain, Eran Trece is the movie for you. I highly enjoyed it.

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Sep 23, 2013

Entertaining feature with a young and future superstar, John Hall, playing under another name. Warner Oland made for a great Charlie Chan. Sydney Toler also did his own Charlie Chan move in Shanghai.

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