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Charlie Chan in Egypt (1935)



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Charlie Chan requests a drink of water from his dragoman as Snowshoes looks on. 
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)
 Contributed by Gene Lue

 
 

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"Drop of water on thirsty tongue more precious than gold in purse."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan with Nayda.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan with Carol Arnold and Edfu Ahmad.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Carol Arnold learns that her father is dead.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Having just typed a note on Tom Evans' typewriter, Charlie Chan makes an important discovery.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan compares two typewritten notes for Tom Evans.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Charlie Chan offers John Thurston proof that Egyptian artifacts, promised
to the Paris Archeological Society, are ending up in private collections.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan notes that Egyptian antiquities found by Dr. Arnold are ending up in private collections.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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A reluctant Snowshoes looks toward Charlie Chan for reassurance as the sarcophagus is examined by x-ray.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan points out that the x-ray image reveals a bullet lodged near the "ancient" mummy's heart.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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The sarcophagus is opened.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Nayda poses fancifully with the sarcophagus.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

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Nayda.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan with Carol Arnold.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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A cigarette provides a clue.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)



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Charlie Chan with Carol Arnold and Nayda.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Charlie Chan, Tom Evans, and Snowshows enter Ahmeti's tomb.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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"From birth to death is reach of man."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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With Tom Evans looking on, Charlie Chan finds the means to open a secret door in the tomb.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan with "effendi" Snowshoes.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Professor Thurston encourages Carol Arnold to take her medication.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan demonstrates how the violin was used to kill Barry Arnold by releasing poison gas.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan questions Carol Arnold's pharmacist, Daoud Atrash.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Edfu Ahmad makes his escape.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan searches in the Egyptian night.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan watches over Tom Evans and Carol Arnold.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Nayda with Carol Arnold.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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The cast and crew of Charlie Chan in Egypt.
Production Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Professor Thurston accuses Charlie Chan of mishandling the case.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Joey van der Veen



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Professor Thurston tries to calm Barry Arnold.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Tom Evans and Carol Arnold with Barry Arnold.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Charlie Chan offers proof to Professor Thurston that items found in Ahmeti's tomb have been illegally sold.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)

 
 

As Tom Evans looks on, Charlie Chan discovers
how to open a secret door in Ahmeti's tomb.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

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 Tom Evans notes at the watery entrance to a secret chamber
in Ahmeti's tomb as Charlie Chan and Snowshoes look on.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

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Charlie Chan in Egypt
Title Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis 



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Charlie Chan in Egypt
One Sheet Poster
(41 x 27 inches)
Contributed by William Armstrong 

 
 

Charlie Chan i Egypten (Charlie Chan in Egypt)
Swedish poster
(41 x 27 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan i gypten (Charlie Chan in Egypt)
Swedish poster
(36 x 26 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan in Egypt
Australian Daybill
(40 x 15 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan in Egypt
Glass Slide
(3 1/4 x 4 inches)

 
 

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