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Charlie Chan's Secret (1936) Poster

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About eight minutes in there is a brief scene of a Sikorsky S-42 overflying the unfinished San Francisco Bay Bridge--two historic icons in one picture.
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Copyright 1935, and the last Warner Oland entry NOT to feature Keye Luke.
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Final film of Arthur Edmund Carewe. NOTE: He would suffer a stroke and ultimately commit suicide in 1937.
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The 13th of 47 Charlie Chan movies.
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Although this was regarded as another entry in a 20th Century Fox "B" series, it was shot by the highly acclaimed Director of Photography Rudolph Mate.
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This film's earliest documented telecast took place in Philadelphia Thursday 18 February 1954 on WPTZ (Channel 3); it first aired in Cincinnati Saturday 10 July 1954 on WLW-T (Channel 5), in Dayton Wednesday 29 December 1954 on WLW-D (Channel 2), and in San Francisco Thursday 25 August 1955 on KRON (Channel 4). Earlier telecasts in Detroit, New York City and Los Angeles have not yet been documented.
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