Dangerous Money

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For the 1924 film, see Dangerous Money (1924 film).
Dangerous Money
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Directed by Terry O. Morse
Produced by James S. Burkett
Written by Earl Derr Biggers (characters)
Miriam Kissinger
Starring Sidney Toler
Music by Edward J. Kay
Cinematography William A. Sickner
Edited by William Austin
Production
company
Distributed by Monogram Pictures
Release dates October 12, 1946
Running time 66 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Dangerous Money

Dangerous Money is a 1946 American film directed by Terry O. Morse, featuring Sidney Toler as Charlie Chan. The is the second and last appearance of Willie Best as Chattanooga Brown, the cousin of Charlie Chan's usual chauffeur, Birmingham Brown (Mantan Moreland).

Plot[edit]

Aboard an ocean liner in the South Pacific, a US Treasury agent confidentially asks Charlie Chan for help. There have been two attempts on his life. Chan rescues him from a third, but the fourth (a knife in the back) claims the man's life. The captain asks Chan to complete the dead man's mission and find out who is responsible for the recent surfacing of counterfeit dollars and stolen art. Chan declines, citing urgent business in Australia, but sets out to find the murderer.

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The film entered the public domain due to the omission of a valid copyright notice on its original prints.

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