Charlie Chan at the Olympics

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Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) is possibly the most topical Charlie Chan film, as it features actual footage from the 1936 Berlin Olympics. There is also a scene where Charlie crosses the Atlantic in the Hindenburg. This is the 14th film starring... read more

Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) is possibly the most topical Charlie Chan film, as it features actual footage from the 1936 Berlin Olympics. There is also a scene where Charlie crosses the Atlantic in the Hindenburg. This is the 14th film starring Warner Oland as Chan and produced by Fox.

Original Release

05/21/1937

US Release

05/21/1937

Cast

Warner Oland Charlie Chan
Katherine DeMille Yvonne Roland
Keye Luke Lee Chan
C. Henry Gordon Arthur Hughes
Pauline Moore Betty Adams
Allan Lane Richard Masters
John Eldredge Cartwright / Mr. Cartwright
Layne Tom Jr. Charlie Chan Jr. / Charlie Chan Jr
Jonathan Hale Hopkins / Mr. Hopkins
Morgan Wallace Honorable Charles Zaraka
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

H. Bruce Humberstone

Writers

Robert Ellis, Helen Logan, Paul Burger

Creators

Earl Derr Biggers

Cast

Warner Oland Charlie Chan
Katherine DeMille Yvonne Roland
Keye Luke Lee Chan
C. Henry Gordon Arthur Hughes
Pauline Moore Betty Adams
Allan Lane Richard Masters
John Eldredge Cartwright / Mr. Cartwright
Layne Tom Jr. Charlie Chan Jr. / Charlie Chan Jr
Jonathan Hale Hopkins / Mr. Hopkins
Morgan Wallace Honorable Charles Zaraka
Frederik Vogeding Captain Strasser / Inspector Strasser
Andrew Tombes Police Chief Scott / Chief of Homicide E. R. Scott
Arno Frey Carlos, Zaraka's Henchman / Carlos
Howard C. Hickman Dr. Burton / Police Doctor
Theresa Harris Athlete / Black US Team Member On Sidelines Rooting for Jesse Owens
George Chandler Ship's Radio Operator
Paul Panzer German Undercover Officer Posing as Snack Vendor
Glen Cavender Polizei Officer
William Begg Minor Role
Don Brodie Radio Announcer

Producers

John Stone Producer

Editors

Fred Allen

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