Episode 16: The Chan Clan at Scotland Yard

Copyright 1972 Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. 
Sound: RCA Sound Recording
Running Time: 22 minutes
"Charlie Chan property is by license from Leisure Concepts, Inc."
First aired: December 30, 1972

Produced and Directed: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera

Associate Producer: Lew Marshall

Story Direction: Jim Carmichael, Jan Green, Earl Klein, Knick Knatz,

   Bill Perez, and Paul Sommer

Story: Sid Morse, Eddie Carroll, Jamie Farr, Willie Gilbert, Max Hodge,

   Mark Hammerman, Dennis Marks, Ray Parker, Henry Sharp, and

   Harry Winkler

Animation Director: Charles A. Nichols

Production Design: Iwao Takamoto

Musical Director: Hoyt Curtin

Layouts: Monty Wedd, Terry Moesker, Richard Jones, John Gunter,

   Chris Fussell, Peter Hartland, and Stephen Pile

Animation: Cam Ford, Gerry Grabner, Stan Walker, Richard Jones,

   Cynthia Leech, Jim Davis, Peter Gardiner, Paul McAdam, Ray Nowland,

   Richard Dunn, Yvonne Pearsall, and Joe Shearer

Background Styling: Graham Liney

Director: Volus Jones

Production Supervisor: Eric Porter

Sound Director: John Garwood

Sound Mixing: Lyle Hughes

Effects Editor: Martin Clarke

Music Editor: Lindsay Frazer

Negative Consultant: Wendy Eggleton

Camera: Joe Dugonics, Don Clay, and John Cumming

Music Supervision: Don Kirshner


Keye Luke: Charlie Chan
Cynthia Adler: Voice
Gene Andrusco: Flip Chan
Jodie Foster: Anne Chan
Lisa Gerritsen: Various Characters
Johnny Gunn: Tom Chan
Bob Ito: Henry Chan
Beverly Kushida: Nancy Chan
Cherylene Lee: Suzi Chan/Mimi Chan
Don Messick: Chu-Chu
Michael Morgan: Scooter Chan
Hazel Shermet: Various Characters
Brian Tochi: Alan Chan
Janet Waldo: Various Characters
Len Weinrib: Stanley Chan
Ron Dante: Lead vocals for the Chan Clan band (not credited)                      



When the Stone of Scones, a priceless artifact, is stolen from Westminster Abbey, Charlie Chan and the Chan Clan take on the job of getting it back.


This sixteenth and final episode of The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan takes on a title that is reminiscent of similarly titled many entries in the Charlie Chan film series from Twentieth Century-Fox: The Chan Clan at Scotland Yard.

Cultural and historical references made in The Chan Clan at Scotland Yard:

Scotland Yard - Headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), the police force responsible for whose territory encompasses most of the city of London, England.  Scotland Yard got its name from the location of the original Metropolitan Police headquarters, 4 Whitehall Place, which had a rear entrance on a street called Great Scotland Yard.  As the public was allowed to use this rear entrance, over time the Metropolitan Police became headquarters became popularly known as Scotland Yard.
Flip Chan: "We're headin' for Scotland Yard, right Pop?"

Westminster Abbey, and as portrayed in Charlie Chan at Scotland Yard.

Westminster Abbey - This famous church large Gothic abbey church in the City of Westminster, London, England.  It is one of the most important religious buildings in the country and is noted as the traditional site of the coronation and burial of monarchs.

Charlie Chan: "You're headed for Westminster Abby..."

Jarrod's Department Store - Harrod's is a luxury department store located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, London, England.  The store covers an area of five acres, houses over 300 departments filling a million square feet of retail space.
Henry Chan: "Jarrod's Department Store, limited."

Harrod's Department Store, and Jarrod's Department Store.


When the impossible is illiminated, then, what is left must be possible.


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