Charlie Chan in Panama

Charlie Chan in Panama

Director: Norman Foster Cast: Sidney Toler, Jean Rogers, Lionel Atwill

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Overview

Charlie Chan in Panama was the first entry in the "Chan" series to capitalize on WW2. Sidney Toler stars as the wily oriental sleuth, who on this occasion must weed out an elusive enemy saboteur named Ryner, who plans to destroy the Panama Canal. Any one of the supporting characters might be the never-seen Ryner: Could it be illegal alien Kathi Lenesch (Jean Rogers), overly effusive Englishman Cliveden Compton (Lionel Atwill), straight-arrow Richard Cabot (Kane Richmond), slimy nightclub owner Montero (Jack LaRue), moonfaced middle-easterner Achmed (Frank Puglia), timid schoolmarm Jennie Finch (Mary Nash), or none of the above? Also on hand is Victor Sen Yung as Charlie's Number 2 son Jimmy, who is somewhat stupider than usual (if such a thing is possible). In an early scene, Charlie Chan neatly sums up his relationship with the bumbling Jimmy: "Man without relatives is man without problems."

Product Details

Release Date: 10/16/2018
UPC: 0024543585978
Original Release: 1940
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:07:00
Sales rank: 10,845

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sidney Toler Charlie Chan
Jean Rogers Kathi Lenesch
Lionel Atwill Cliveden Compton
Mary Nash Jennie Finch
Kane Richmond Richard Cabot
Chris-Pin Martin Lt. Montero
Lionel Royce Dr. Rudolph Grosser
Helen Ericson Stewardess
Jack LaRue Manolo
Donald Douglas Capt. Lewis
Frank Puglia Achmed Halide
Addison Richards Godley
Edward Keane Dr. Fredericks
Victor Sen Yung Jimmy Chan
Edwin Stanley Gov. Webster
Lane Chandler Officer
Eddie Acuff Suspicious Sailor
Edward Gargan Plant Worker
Jimmy Aubrey Drunken Sailor
Alberto Morin Desk Clerk
Charles Stevens Fisherman-Cameraman Spy

Technical Credits
Norman Foster Director
Fred Allen Editor
Richard Day Art Director
Chester Gore Art Director
Samuel Kaylin Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
John Francis Larkin Screenwriter
Thomas K. Little Set Decoration/Design
Virgil E. Miller Cinematographer
Sol Wurtzel Producer
Lester Ziffren Screenwriter

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