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Gallery: 
Charlie Chan's Courage (1934)

 
 

Alexander Crawford discusses the sale of the Cavanaugh
Pearls with Sally Jordan, an old friend of Charlie Chan.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Bob Crawford speaks with Paula Graham outside of P.J. Madden's ranch house.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan, posing as a wandering Chinese laborer, arrives at the Madden ranch.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan, posing as a wandering Chinese laborer seeking employment, enters the Madden ranch house.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Bob Crawford with Charlie Chan (who poses as "Ah Kim").
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan and Bob Crawford find a coat with a label bearing the name "Jerry Delaney."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan and Bob Crawford examine a clue.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan and Bob Crawford find a loaded revolver in P.J. Madden's gun collection.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan and Bob Crawford search the Madden residence.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

 Martin Thorne introduces P.J. Madden to the newly hired "Ah Kim" as Bob Crawford looks on.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Bob Crawford introduces Paula Graham to millionaire P.J. Madden.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

P.J. Madden has a few words with "Ah Kim."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan and Bob Crawford make a search at the gate to the Madden residence.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan and Bob Crawford make a grim discovery.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan while posing as cook and servant Ah Kim.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan, posing as cook and servant Ah Kim at the desert home of P.J. Madden, faces a decisive moment.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan, disguised as "Ah Kim," with Tony, "The Chinese Parrot."
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan with Tony, "The Chinese Parrot."
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan with "The Chinese Parrot."
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Following the commotion after Tony the parrot screams "Murder!," and awakening the Madden
household, Charlie Chan, in the guise of servant Ah Kim, is ordered to bed by Martin Thorne.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)
Contributed by Gene Lue 

 
 

Actors and film crew at work at J.P. Madden's desert ranch home.  (Note: Hamilton 
MacFadden ["McF"] is erroneously noted as director on this still's identification number.)
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

P.J. Madden: "I want a word with you."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Constable Brackett inspects "Ah Kim's" citizenship certificate.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Having dropped his pose as servant Ah Kim, Charlie Chan tells Constable Brackett, "He is not Mr. Madden."
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)
Contributed by Gene Lue

 
 

Charlie Chan finally shows P.J. Madden the Cavanaugh Pearls.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

In spite of Charlie Chan's efforts, P.J. Madden finally gets his hands on the Cavanaugh Pearls.
Publicity Still
(8 x 10 inches)

 
 

Bob Crawford comforts Paula Graham.
Publicity Still
(10 x 8 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan as "Ah Kim." 
German Post Card 
(5 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches)

 
 

Martin Thorne, P.J. Madden, and Bob Crawford check on Tony, "The Chinese Parrot,"
who had been screaming "Murder!"  Charlie Chan, disguised as servant Ah Kim, looks on. 
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

Bob Crawford and Paula Graham have a chance meeting at the telegraph office in El Dorado
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

Bob Crawford with Charlie Chan.
Lobby Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

Charlie Chan's Courage 
Title Card
(11 x 14 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

Charlie Chan's Courage
One Sheet Poster (Facsimile)
(41 x 27 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan's Courage 
Window Card
(22 x 14 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan's Courage
One Sheet Silk Screened Poster
(41 x 27 inches)

 
 

Charlie Chan's Courage
Glass Slide
(3 1/4 x 4 inches)
Contributed by Chris Ellis

 
 

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