Charlie Chan's Courage

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Charlie Chan's Courage
Charlie Chan's Courage FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Eugene Forde
George Hadden
Produced by John Stone
Written by Earl Derr Biggers (novel)
Seton I. Miller
Starring Warner Oland
Distributed by Fox Film Corporation
Release date
  • July 6, 1934 (1934-07-06)
Running time
70 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Charlie Chan's Courage (1934) is the fifth film in which Warner Oland played detective Charlie Chan. It is a remake of the 1927 silent film The Chinese Parrot; both are considered lost films.

An audio recreation accompanied by still photographs from the original film is included as a special feature on some DVD collections.[1]


Chan is hired to transport a pearl necklace. When his employer is murdered, he sets out to unmask the killer.


  • Warner Oland as Charlie Chan
  • Drue Leyton as Paula Graham
  • Donald Woods as Bob Crawford
  • Paul Harvey as J.P. Madden / Jerry Delaney
  • Murray Kinnell as Martin Thorne
  • Reginald Mason as Alexander Crawford
  • Virginia Hammond as Mrs. Sally Jordan
  • Si Jenks as Will Holley
  • Harvey Clark as Professor Gamble
  • Jerry Jerome as Maydorf
  • Jack Carter as Victor Jordan
  • James Wang as Wong
  • DeWitt Jennings as Constable Brackett (as DeWitt C. Jennings)
  • Francis Ford as Hewitt

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Tooze, Gary. "Charlie Chan Collection, Vol. 4". Retrieved 16 February 2012.