A New York nightclub singer (Louise Henry) hatches a plan to expose a list of gangsters in her diary. But when she gets murdered and the diary goes missing, Charlie Chan (Warner Oland) and his trusty son Lee (Keye Luke) are on the case. Chan must team up with a smarty-pants reporter and a pretty photojournalist to hunt down the killer in this fun and twist-filled mystery from the beloved detective series.
In New York to attend a police testimonial in his honor, Honolulu detective Charlie Chan runs smack dab into another murder. The victim is a blackmailing nightclub singer who had listed the names of all known criminals in Manhattan in her diary. The diary disappears, and Charlie joins a glib newspaper reporter (Donald Woods) and a photojournalist (Joan Marsh) in hunting down the killer. Several false leads and red herrings later, Charlie puts the pieces together and fingers the killer–who true to form is the least likely suspect (especially for a “typical” New York murder case). Charlie Chan on Broadway represented the 15th appearance by Warner Oland as the aphorism-spouting Oriental sleuth.
Cast and Crew:
Director: Eugene Forde
Production Company: Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
Date Release: 1937
Audio & Video: Mono – Black & White
Warner Oland, Keye Luke and Joan Marsh
Mystery Movies – Crime Movies
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