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Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and produced by John Stone.

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Mr. Hopkins: [offended] Well, you must think we're all fools!
Arthur Hughes: I'm not acquainted with the other gentlemen.


Charlie Chan: Truth, like football, receive many kicks before reaching goal.


Charlie Chan Jr: Gee, Pop, they're having as hard a time finding that plane as we are catching fish.
Charlie Chan: Fish in sea like flea on dog - always present but difficult to find.


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Stock footage of the dirigible Hindenburg was retouched, frame by frame, to blot out the swastikas emblazoned on the airship's tail.
The seventeenth of forty-seven Charlie Chan movies starring Warner Oland.
This film was pulled from circulation shortly after its release because it takes place in Nazi Germany.
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