"Charlie Chan in Paris contains multiple murders and everyone, including the great Charlie Chan (Warner Oland) and his eldest son (Keye Luke, in his first appearance as Lee Chan), seem baffled as a scruffy war veteran appears to be in three places at once, with an alibi for each crime. Chan delves into the inner workings of a prominent bank to unmask the criminals. This 1935 film was thought lost for many years"--Container.
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