Charlie Chan Carries On
Early hardback edition cover
|Author||Earl Derr Biggers|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|ISBN||0-85468-122-1 (1972 hardback edition)|
|Preceded by||The Black Camel|
|Followed by||Keeper of the Keys|
Inspector Duff, a Scotland Yard detective and friend of Chan's, first introduced in Behind That Curtain, is pursuing a murderer on an around-the-world voyage; so far, there have been murders in London, France, Italy and Japan. While his ship is docked in Honolulu, the detective is shot and wounded by his quarry; though he survives, he is unable to continue with the cruise, and Chan takes his place instead. Eventually, after more murders, Chan finds the killer before the next port of call.
However, Fox filmed a Spanish-language version starring Manuel Arbó, using many of the same sets, using a Spanish-speaking cast, which was released under the title Eran Trece (There Were Thirteen). This used many of the same pieces of stock footage as the English-language version and the script was expanded somewhat based on the English-language script. This Spanish-language version is currently available as a bonus feature on the DVD release of Charlie Chan in Shanghai.
- Charlie Chan Carries On at Faded Page (Canada)
- Illustrated Script
- Charlie Chan Carries On at the American Film Institute Catalog
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