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Charlie Chan at Treasure Island

Charlie Chan at Treasure Island ★★ 1939

Chan (Toler) investigates the alleged suicide of a writer friend, aided by Fred Radini (Romero), an illusionist at the Treasure Island theater at the San Francisco International Exposition. The trail leads them to phony mystic Dr. Zodiac (Mohr), whose predictions always involve blackmail. 19th entry in series. 72m/B DVD . Sidney Toler, Victor Young, Cesar Romero, Gerald Mohr, Pauline Moore, Douglas Fowley, June Gale, Douglass Dumbrille, Sally Blane, Louis Jean Heydt, Donald MacBride; D: Norman Foster; W: John Larkin; C: Virgil Miller; M: Samuel Kaylin.

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