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Charlie Chan Family Calendar

 
 

 Charlie Chan and Kashimo board Chan's 1919 Model T Ford outside of the
Chan family home on Punchbowl Hill in a scene from The Black Camel (1931)

 
 

January 2013 
 
"Death is a black camel that kneels unbidden at every gate."
 

1  Tuesday
 
 
New Year's Day
 
2  Wednesday

3  Thursday

4  Friday

5  Saturday

6  Sunday

7  Monday
 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:  We begin this year's Charlie Chan Tour with Behind That Curtain; E. L. Park appears briefly as Charlie Chan and we are treated to an early film appearance by Boris Karloff.  Please join us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:30!)
 
 
8  Tuesday 

9  Wednesday

10  Thursday

11  Friday

12  Saturday
 
Keye Luke, who portrayed Charlie Chan's number one son, Lee, in twelve Chan films and one Mr. Moto movie, dies in Whittier, California of a stroke on this day in 1991.

13  Sunday 

14  Monday
 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:  Eran Trece, the Spanish language version of the "lost" Charlie Chan Carries On, starring Manuel Arbo as Charlie Chan.  Please join us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:30!)
 

15  Tuesday
 
16  Wednesday

17  Thursday

18  Friday

19  Saturday

20  Sunday

21  Monday
 
 
Martin Luther King's Birthday
 
J. Carrol Naish, who would play Charlie Chan in The New Adventures of Charlie Chan television series (1957-58), is born in New York, New York, on this day in 1896.  He also played Gangor the snake charmer in the Charlie Chan film Charlie Chan at the Circus (1935).
 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:   Join us as we celebrate the birthday of J. Carrol Naish who portrayed Charlie Chan in The New Adventures of Charlie Chan, a 39-episode televison series from 1957.  Please join us as we watch discuss two adventures: Three Men on a Raft and No Future for Frederick. 
 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our first film at precisely 8:30!)
 

22  Tuesday

23  Wednesday

24  Thursday
 
J. Carrol Naish, who portrayed Charlie Chan in The New Adventures of Charlie Chan television series, dies in La Jolla, California, on this day in 1973.

25  Friday

26  Saturday

27  Sunday

28  Monday
 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:  The Black Camel starring Warner Oland in the oldest existing picture from the Charlie Chan film series proper.  Please join us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:30!)
 

29  Tuesday

30  Wednesday
 
Kamiyama Sojin, who would portray Charlie Chan in The Chinese Parrot (1927), is born in Sendai, Japan, on this day in 1884.
 
 
 
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