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Charlie Chan in Paris (1935) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Hamilton MacFadden and Lewis Seiler and produced by John Stone and Sol M. Wurtzel.

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Yvette Lamartine: [to Dufresne] I didn't think you could be so contemptuous!


Charlie Chan: Many strange crimes committed in sewers of Paris.


Charlie Chan: [after giving money to a beggar at aerodrome] It is always good fortune to give alms upon entering city.


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This marks the first appearance of one of Charlie Chan's children, Lee Chan, played by Keye Luke.
Director Hamilton MacFadden was replaced by Lewis Seiler after only one week's shooting, and cinematographer Daniel B. Clark was replaced by Ernest Palmer.
This film was thought to have been lost for many years until a print was discovered in Czechoslovakia in the 1970s.
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