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Charlie Chan on Broadway (1937) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Eugene Forde and produced by John Stone.

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Charlie Chan: [at testimonial dinner] Police of New York and Honolulu have one thing in common. Both live on very small island, but while we have small volcano, you have biggest shakeup.

Charlie Chan: [to Lee] Keep eyes open, and mouth *closed*!

Chief Inspector James Nelson NYPD: Mr. Chan?
Charlie Chan: That is humble name.
Chief Inspector James Nelson NYPD: I'm Inspector Nelson, Mr. Chan. Greetings from New York's Finest. The bigwigs expect you to tear a duck apart with 'em tonight.
Charlie Chan: So sorry, come again please?
Speed Patten, Reporter New York Bulletin: You'll have to excuse the inspector's English, Mr. Chan. He's a Brooklyn immigrant.

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In an early example of product placement, a bottle of Bayer aspirin is shown on a table.
The fifteenth of sixteen Charlie Chan movies starring Warner Oland.
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