Charlie Chan meets with Colonel Beetham in San Francisco's Chinatown in Behind That Curtain.

 
 

January 2022 
 
 

1  Saturday
 
 
Happy New Year!
 
2  Sunday

3  Monday

WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:  We begin our Charlie Chan Film Tour for 2022 with Behind That Curtain. E.L. Park appears briefly as Charlie Chan and we are treated to an early "talkie" appearance by Boris Karloff.  Please join us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via personal video!

Time: 7:30 p.m., Eastern Time.  First, we share arrivals and greetings along with either open dialogue or the presentation of a short "extra" presentation. Then, following, we start our featured film at precisely 8:15!

Place: Our Charlie Chan Family Chat Room.

4  Tuesday

5  Wednesday

6  Thursday

7  Friday

8  Saturday

9  Sunday

10  Monday

WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:  Eran Trece, "There Were Thirteen," 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 personal video!

Time: 7:30 p.m., Eastern Time.  First, we share arrivals and greetings along with either open dialogue or the presentation of a short "extra" presentation. Then, following, we start our featured film at precisely 8:15!

Place: Our Charlie Chan Family Chat Room.

11  Tuesday

12  Wednesday

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

13  Thursday

14  Friday

Layne Tom, Jr., who played three different Chan sons in three different Charlie Chan films, Charlie Chan at the Olympics, Charlie Chan in Honolulu, and Charlie Chan's Murder Cruise, passes away in Huntington Beach, California on this day in 2015.

15  Saturday

16  Sunday

17  Monday

Flag Day..."Long may it wave."

Martin Luther King Day

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 personal video!
 
Time: 7:30 p.m., Eastern Time.  First, we share arrivals and greetings along with either open dialogue or the presentation of a short "extra" presentation. Then, following, we start our featured film at precisely 8:15!
 

18  Tuesday

19  Wednesday

20  Thursday

21  Friday

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).

22  Saturday

23  Sunday

24  Monday

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.

WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING: We celebrate the birthday of J. Carrol Naish who portrayed Charlie Chan in the TV crime Drama, The New Adventures of Charlie Chan, as we view and discuss TWO episodes: The Airport Murder Case and Something Old, Something New, sharing these adventures LIVE, watching them together via personal video!

Time: 7:30 p.m., Eastern Time.  First, we share arrivals and greetings along with either open dialogue or the presentation of a short "extra" presentation. Then, following, we start our featured film at precisely 8:15!

Place: Our Charlie Chan Family Chat Room.

25  Tuesday
 
26  Wednesday
 
27  Thursday
 
28  Friday
 
29  Saturday

30  Sunday

Kamiyama Sojin, who would portray Charlie Chan in The Chinese Parrot (1927), is born in Sendai, Japan, on this day in 1884.
 
31  Monday
 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING:  Charlie Chan in London starring Warner Oland.  Please join us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via personal video!
 
Time: 7:30 p.m., Eastern Time.  First, we share arrivals and greetings along with either open dialogue or the presentation of a short "extra" presentation. Then, following, we start our featured film at precisely 8:15!
 
 

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