Useful Charlie Chan Links
Humbly submitted below is a collection of Charlie
Chan-related links. It is hoped that these will be of some assistance in your search for more information
about detective Charlie Chan. Our intent, especially in the realm of Charlie Chan movies, is not the promotion of certain
sellers, but, rather, to allow those interested the best and easiest access possible to items that will enhance their enjoyment
of Charlie Chan. As more commercially produced, authorized versions of Charlie Chan movies become available,
our intent is that our honorable visitors will choose to purchase these. However, as only a fraction of all Charlie
Chan adventures are currently available through the studios, the sellers, listed below, are offered for your consideration.
Please note that we only provide this information as a service to our valued visitors, and do not condone the selling of unauthorized
Feedback regarding any seller is very much welcomed as it is our hope to list only the most reputable dealers, and those receiving
poor comments, either here or elsewhere, will be removed.
CHARLIE CHAN HATS
Replica Movie & TV Hats
We have seen, and many of us have admired the many felt hats that have adorned the honorable
pate of Charlie Chan. Now you can own a quality reproduction of the felt hat of your choice!
CHARLIE CHAN MOVIES (ONLINE)
View a wide, but fluctuating, selection of full-length Charlie Chan
CHARLIE CHAN MOVIES AND TELEVISION
Currently, ALL existing movies from the Charlie Chan film series are available via authorized,
commercially produced DVD sets. No longer must fans of Charlie Chan rely on the "grey market" for certain adventures!
You will find sellers of these DVD sets throughout the Internet, most notably, Amazon.com.
The Nostalgia Merchant offers a nicely produced DVD set containing all 39 episodes from the
1957 television crime drama series The New Adventures of Charlie Chan, starring J. Carrol Naish as Charlie Chan with
James Hong as his Number One Son.
Please check Old Time Radio U.K. for your other mystery needs, including the complete 39-episode
1958 Charlie Chan television crime drama from 1957, The New Adventures of Charlie Chan.
CHARLIE CHAN RADIO SHOWS
14 Charlie Chan radio shows plus a HUGE catalog of more old time radio shows on CD or MP3.
CHARLIE CHAN REPRODUCTION MOVIE POSTERS
Reproduction Charlie Chan (and much more!) movie posters.
CHARLIE CHAN STORIES
Read all six of the Charlie Chan stories written by Chan's creator, Earl Derr Biggers.
These texts are offered through Project Gutenberg Australia, as this material is apparently in the public domain in that
CHARLIE CHAN NEWSPAPER COMICS REPRINTS
Pacific Comics Club
"Charlie Chan by
Carl Derr Biggers and Alfred Andriola, Dailies and Sundays 10/30/38 through 11/19/39, 'Charlie Chan Notebook,' 'The Donna
Grant Kidnapping,' 'Doctor Croft Rubies,' 'The Wan China Case.' Large trade paperback, 11" by 8-1/2", softbound, color covers,
black and white pages, Pacific Comics Club quality paper. $9.50 ea."
CHARLIE CHAN REPRODUCTION FILM SCRIPTS
Planet MegaMall offers two Charlie Chan reproduction film scripts: Charlie Chan at the
Race Track and Charlie Chan in Rio for a fraction of what an original would cost. They also offer a script
for a Charlie Chan project from the 1990s that was never realized ...and MUCH more!
CHARLIE CHAN WEBSITES
The best and the most popular Charlie Chan board
on the Internet.
The Charlie Chan Annex
A Blog site hosted by Charlie Chan Family member Virginia Johnson.
ADDITIONAL CHAN-RELATED INFORMATION
OLD HOLLYWOOD IN COLOR: On the Set With Warner Oland
A nice site containing concise information and a fun, informative selection
of colorized images of Warner Oland.
Pay a visit to the website of the late Layne Tom, Jr. who played THREE different Chan sons:
Charlie, Jr. in Charlie Chan at the Olympics, Tommy in Charlie Chan in Honolulu, and Willie in Charlie
Chan's Murder Cruise!
Charlie Chan at MysteryNet.com
The Charlie Chan page at MysteryNet.com.
Humble Chinese Detective Teaches Lessons in Life
Some nice, general information on Charlie Chan based
on that found in Ken Hanke's book Charlie Chan at the Movies: History, Filmography and Criticism.