Charlie Chan in Panama

Synopsis: Charlie impersonates a shop owner to foil an espionage plot which would destroy part of the Panama Canal, trapping a Navy fleet on its way to the Pacific after maneuvers in the Atlantic.
Director(s): Norman Foster
Production: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
 
IMDB:
7.7
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Year:
1940
67 min
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Isn't that Kathi,

the stewardess from the boat?

Oh, yes.

The little Czechoslovakian refugee.

- What's a stewardess doing flying cross-canal?

- Oh, I feel sorry for her.

So when she tell me she have sing

in cafs in Europe, I give her a job.

Oh, you must all come tonight

and encourage her.

Uh, pardon me, please.

Passengers for Panama City may come

aboard now. We're taking off in five minutes.

- Thank you.

- All right.

[Laughs]

Ah, seorita, let me take your bag.

There is a good-looking

young American on the plane.

His name Cabot.

Get acquainted with him

and find out all you can about him.

Oh, uh, take this.

Please do not look so nervous.

All cameras must be collected

during the flight over the canal.

- Army regulations.

- All right with me, young lady.

Shows Uncle Sam isn't asleep.

My, isn't this cozy?

Tight fit though.

[Chuckles]

Please, this seat is occupied?

With things that

have no business being there.

- I'm sorry.

- Thank you.

Ah. Seor Halide, how are you?

Monsieur Manolo, welcome home.

Did you have a nice

vacation in Europe?

Eh, but of course.

Tell me, business she is still good here?

Oh, very good, except for your barber, Felipe.

He's in jail.

Espionage

- [Chuckles] Eh, I should have expected.

- Why?

Because when you find a barber

who do not talk all the time...

it is very peaceful but suspicious.

- [Men Chuckle]

- Dr. Grosser?

Aha. So the good doctor

is still among us, huh?

Will you take these, please?

Thank you.

- Cablegram for Dr. Grosser.

- I am Dr. Grosser.

- Cablegram for you, sir.

- Thank you.

I'll put that in a baggage compartment

for you.

No. I look after this myself.

- But the rules say that you can't

- Ach Rules.

This box contains the result

of a delicate experiment.

Months of difficult research.

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