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Mr. Moto's Last Warning (1939) was a Action - Mystery Film directed by Norman Foster and produced by Sol M. Wurtzel.

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Danforth - aka Richard Burke: Moto, I'm beginning to believe all the stories I've heard about you.
Mr. Kentaro Moto: Please do not. I do not.


Admiral Lord Streetly: [First Lines] The two French squadrons are here now, Benthum, off Tunis. They plan to sail directly to Port Said and proceed through the canal and join our fleet for their maneuvers in the Red Sea.
Bentham: When exactly will they reach the canal?
Admiral Lord Streetly: We had a wire from the French Admiral this morning, says, "Fleet arrives Port Said, 23 o'clock, 16 instant, compliments, Delacour Admiral, Commanding."
Bentham: That's even less time than I thought. Isn't it possible to delay them somehow?


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Of Fox's 8 MOTOs, this was the sixth to be produced, and the seventh to be released. Copyright 1938, not released until January 1939.
The program outside the Sultana Theatre includes Charlie Chan in Honolulu, with a "Last Day" notice pasted over it - a tribute by the cast and crew of this film to "Chan" star (and fellow 20th Century Fox player) Warner Oland, who passed away in his native Sweden while this film was in production in August, 1938.
The reason this film is shown more often than any of the others is because it's in the public domain, and no longer under the legal control of 20th Century-Fox.
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