OUR WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING (Charlie Chan Film Tour 2015!):
Please consider meeting with us each Monday night as we
watch and discuss a Charlie Chan film together. As we continue our journey
through the entire Charlie Chan film series, and more, this week's offering will be:
Monday, April 27: Mr. Moto's Gamble (The film that began as "Charlie Chan at the Ringside")
Please consider accepting this humbly offered invitation as we view this
fine mystery together through the magic of synchronized video players! We begin our evenings at 8:00
p.m. Eastern Time, with arrivals and greetings. Then, at precisely 8:15,
we start playing our personal copies of our feature for that night.
If you do not have access
to a copy of our featured presentation (please note: a good number of Charlie Chan movies, and others, are available via
the Internet at such sites as YouTube), please join with us anyway! Our conversation wanders from the picture at hand to most any subject relating to Charlie
Chan, and you will be included in all of the fun! Need it be said
that ALL are most welcome, especially "first-timers"?
we hope to see you in our Chat Room this Monday evening, as there is always a chair awaiting you, our honored guest...
OUR FEATURED ADDITION: THE WARNER OLAND SCRAP BOOK:
Please take a look at our most recent addition to the many rooms of our Charlie Chan family
Home: The Warner Oland Scrap Book. This vintage item offers a collection of 142 pages of obscure material dating from Warner Oland's film career from
its beginnings in 1916 until the first years of the Charlie Chan era in 1932!
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The Return of Charlie Chan on DVD:
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of The New Adventures of Charlie Chan
starring Ross Martin, an excellent, clear, clean version may be found at ioffer.com for a list price of $14.99 including postage/handling (although one may choose to make a lower offer!). The New
Adventures of Charlie Chan (Universal - 1971) was a made-for-television movie that could have led to a new TV series.
This picture was not aired on American television until 1979.
CHARLIE CHAN ON TV:
ThisTV, available on many cable networks as well as via local broadcast in some regions, is one reliable outlet for
occasional showings of Charlie Chan! Other good possibilies are MeTV, Antenna TV, COZI TV, and Movies! TV Network (which has recently aired Chan films!). Please monitor your local listings regularly for information, and feel
free to request Charlie Chan at their Web site.
Also, please take a moment to suggest a Charlie Chan movie be shown on TCM (Turner Classic Movies), and, in fact, please
do so with regularity! You may suggest a specific film, or you may also suggest "Any Charlie Chan movie."
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