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Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937)



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Charlie Chan with sons Charlie, Jr. and Lee.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan with sons Charlie, Jr. and Lee.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Charlie Chan, Charlie, Jr., and Chief Scott watch as the experimental robot-controlled airplane flies overhead. 
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan, Jr. points out a "lady in a white fox fur" to his Pop at the Pan American Airways office in Honolulu.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Charlie Chan, Jr. impersonates his famous Pop.
Publicity Still
(cropped 10 x 8 inch original)

 
 

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Yvonne Roland hears an interesting short wave message while aboard the Manhattan.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Lee Chan, fellow members of the U.S. Olympic team, and others aboard
the Manhattan watch the dirigible Hindenberg pass overhead.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Lee Chan, proud member of the 1936 U.S. Olympic team.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

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Olympic athlete Betty Adams.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

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After the Manhattan docks in Germany, Charlie Chan theorizes
that the carafe in his hands was not used as a murder weapon.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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"Thank you so much."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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A proud Charlie Chan with his son, Olympic swimmer, Lee.
Publicity still
(8 x 10 inches)



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Charlie Chan with the Cartwright device.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)



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At Charles Zaraka's residence, Hopkins verifies that
Charlie Chan has brought a real Cartwright device with him.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Arthur Hughes and his henchmen arrive at Charles Zaraka's residence.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan questions Arthur Hughes at Charles Zaraka's Berlin residence.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan explains a clue to the landlady of the Tropic Hotel in Honolulu.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)

 
 

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Miller is found murdered in his Honolulu hotel room.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Charlie Chan shows son Lee the hidden message in the radiogram.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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At the opening of the Olympic Games, Charlie Chan waits in the private box
of the Honorable Charles Zaraka, as the latter arrives with Yvone Roland.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Hopkins verifies that Charlie Chan has brought the real Cartwright device with him.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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After a gunshot is heard, Hopkins is found unconscious on the floor.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Charlie Chan speaks with Arthur Hughes as the case reaches its climax.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Charlie Chan at the Olympics 
Title Card
(11 x 14 inches)



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Charlie Chan at the Olympics
One Sheet Poster
(41 x 27 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan at the Olympics 
Six Sheet Poster
(81 x 81 inches)

 
 

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Charlie Chan na Olympiaden (Charlie Chan at the Olympics)
Swedish One Sheet Poster
(39.5 x 27.5 inches)

 
 

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