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Charlie Chan at the Circus(1936)

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  • Enjoyable but not great

    • Ron Kerrigan
    • 10/19/11

    Short and sweet, and an okay entry in the series. Only part that dragged for me was the long dance sequence of the little people near the start. And of course the ape costume was ludicrous (although I appreciated the ahead-of-its-time attitude of the animal trainer towards showing compassion for his charge.) It shows only just a bit about circus life itself, and the mystery itself was wrapped up a little too quickly, but it's a good example of these 1930's mysteries.

  • Charlie Chan at the Circus (1936)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 10/21/09

    One of the better Charlie Chan mystery series, thanks in large part to the great comic support of Keye Luke and of course Warner Oland as Chan. Entertaining story, short and well paced. A wonderful film.

  • Honorable Mr. Chan

    • Shawn Boler
    • 6/11/08

    This was great!!! My DVR got it all.I enjoyed the pre show comments. I have heard that the Asian community has had concerns about these shows similar to the way my brothers and sister felt about Amos and Andy. But these are truly enjoyable and a positive use of stereotypes given the time they aired. Please air more of these as well as Amos and Andy as well as The Bowery Boys.They all made fun of the way people are. But were the core the cinema at the time.

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    • Joann King
    • 6/11/08

    I was watching Charlie Chan on 6/10/08. the movies was great the last time I saw his movies when I was 15 years old now I am a old school in 50's- Oh, I loves his movies. Can you play his movies all day on the weekend and anytime after 10:00pm again , when I am off on the weekend I can be able to see his movies more often. I goes to work on the week daysAlso, I want to see more of Mr. Moto, Sherlock Holmes. TCM play these movies more often. I love looking at them and I know I am not the only one who want to see these movies.Thank YouJoann KingJking@nsf.gov

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