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Mr. Moto in Danger Island (1939) was a Crime - Drama Film directed by Herbert I. Leeds and produced by John Stone.

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Kentaro Moto: You've been a great help, and I want to thank you.
Twister McGurk: I wanna thank you too, pal. That hold yuh showed me I'm gonna keep in my wretlin' "prepatory."


Twister McGurk: Hey, Mr. Moto! Indemnify me for these mugs!
Kentaro Moto: Please release him, Colonel. He is my assistant... self-appointed.


Twister McGurk: It's not the heat, it's the humility.


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Last of Fox's eight "Mr. Moto" features starring Peter Lorre, but actually the seventh to be released (though completed two months earlier, Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation was issued last). This was also the second "Mr. Moto" entry (after Mr. Moto's Gamble) that was originally written as a "Charlie CHan" script (and both entries were the only ones not directed by Norman Foster). The character returned only once, in a low-budget, black-and-white second feature produced in England, The Return of Mr. Moto, starring Henry Silva.
The original script was a Charlie Chan murder mystery titled "Charlie Chan at Trinidad" to star Warner Oland. However, due to Oland's untimely death, the entire script was re-written in only a few weeks to star Peter Lorre as his Mr. Moto character.
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