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Charlie Chan in City of Darkness

Charlie Chan in City of Darkness ★½ 1939

Chan (Toler) travels to Paris for a reunion of his WWI buddies and finds himself investigating the murder of a munitions manufacturer (Dumbrille) with unsavory clients. Notably preachy entry that reflects the distrust of appeasement and the Munich pact. 20th entry in series. 75m/B DVD . Sidney Toler, Lynn Bari, Richard Clarke, Douglass Dumbrille, Harold Huber, Leo G. Carroll, Lon Chaney Jr., C. Henry Gordon, Dorothy Tree, Noel Madison, Pedro de Cordoba; D: Herbert I. Leeds; W: Helen Logan, Robert Ellis; C: Virgil Miller.

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