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Charlie Chan in Honolulu (1938) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and produced by John Stone and Sol M. Wurtzel.

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Dr. Cardigan: Pardon me, your friend, Mr. McCoy... what sentence is he returning to?
Mike Hannigan, alias Det. Arnold: 110 years... counting time off for good behavior.
Dr. Cardigan: Oh, what a pity! I had hoped for an execution. Too bad.

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Among other actors considered and tested for the new Charlie Chan were Cy Kendall, Walter Connolly, J. Edward Bromberg, Noah Beery Jr., Michael Visaroff, and Leo Carillo. Kendall and Connelly had played Chan on radio.
Hollywood, California, Monday, October 17, 1938: Darryl F. Zanuck has selected Sidney Toler to play the role of Charlie Chan, succeeding the late Warner Oland. His first picture will be "Charlie Chan in Honolulu" which will start production October 24, with John Stone as the associate producer. Toler was discovered by Sol M. Wurtzel when he looked at rushes of Up the River, current 20th Century-Fox picture in which Toler is a featured player.
The twentieth of forty-seven Charlie Chan movies.
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