Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise
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Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise
Though the 1931 Fox release Charlie Chan Carries On apparently no longer exists, modern viewers can get a general idea of the film's quality by taking a look at its 1940 remake, Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise. On the verge of revealing the identity of an international murderer, a Scotland Yard man is himself killed in the Honolulu offices of detective Charlie Chan (Sidney Toler). The only existing clues point to the fact that the murderer is one of several passengers on a ship bound for San Francisco. In time-honored movie-mystery tradition, the ship's manifest is chock full of such… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"An above-average entry into the Charlie Chan series."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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