Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat 78 years old

MUST CONFESS. HONORABLE SON...This Is My Most Baffling Case!

Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat

To solve the murder of a man shot in a locked room, Chan must wade through a Fun House, the writings of an unscrupulous author, and chess pieces.

Credits

Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat Cast

Name Character
Joan Woodbury She was 28, 73 years old when she died as Leah Manning
Benson Fong He was 27, 70 years old when he died as Tommy Chan, #3 Son
Sidney Toler He was 70, 72 years old when he died as Charlie Chan
Luke Chan He was 48, 87 years old when he died as Wu Song
Betty Blythe She was 50, 78 years old when she died as Mrs. Manning
Cy Kendall He was 46, 55 years old when he died as George Webster Deacon
John Davidson He was 57, 81 years old when he died as Carl Karzoff / Kurt Karzoff
Sam Flint He was 61, 97 years old when he died as Thomas P. Manning
Ian Keith He was 45, 61 years old when he died as Dr. Paul Recknik
Mantan Moreland He was 41, 71 years old when he died as Birmingham Brown, Taxi Driver
I. Stanford Jolley He was 43, 78 years old when he died as Gannet (as Stan Jolley)
Anthony Warde He was 35, 66 years old when he died as Catlen
Weldon Heyburn He was 40, 47 years old when he died as Detective Lt. Harvey Dennis
Dewey Robinson He was 45, 52 years old when he died as Salos
Jack Norton He was 61, 76 years old when he died as Hotel Desk Clerk

Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat Crew

Name Department
Phil Rosen as Director. He was 56 (63) years old when He died Directing
Earl Derr Biggers as Characters. He was 59 (48) years old when He died Writing
George Callahan as Story. Writing
Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat poster
Charlie Chan in The Chinese Cat (78 years)

MUST CONFESS. HONORABLE SON...This Is My Most Baffling Case!

  • Release day: Saturday, May 20, 1944
  • Runtime: 66 minutes