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|Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo|
|Directed by||Eugene Forde|
|Produced by||John Stone|
|Screenplay by||Charles Belden|
|Story by||Robert Ellis|
|Music by||Samuel Kaylin|
|Cinematography||Daniel B. Clark|
|Edited by||Nick DeMaggio|
|Distributed by||20th Century Fox|
Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo is a 1937 American movie directed by Eugene Forde. The main character is Charlie Chan, a Chinese-Hawaiian detective. This was the sixteenth and final Charlie Chan film with Warner Oland portraying Chan. The film features Keye Luke as Charlie's son Lee and character actor Harold Huber as a French police inspector.
Warner Oland contracted bronchial pneumonia during his visit to Sweden and died there on August 6, 1938, at age 57. The series continued at Fox for another eleven entries with Sidney Toler. In 1942 Fox sold it to Monogram Pictures, and it continued on even after Toler's death in 1947 with Roland Winters in the role through six films into 1949.
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