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MURDER OVER NEW YORK

Charlie Chan meets an old friend, Inspector Hugh Drake of Scotland Yard, while they are both on a flight to New York for a police convention. Drake is on the trail of Paul Narvo, suspected mastermind behind the sabotage of Allied planes. Narvo's ex-wife is in New York, and hopefully she can lead authorities to her husband. When Drake is killed, Charlie interrupts his vacation to help with the investigation.



Shemp has a small part as a con man posing as a Hindu fakir during a police lineup.

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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
December 13, 1940
Studio
20th Century-Fox
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
65 min.
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Shooting Days:   24 days   From: 1940-07-15   To: 1940-08-10

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Re: MURDER OVER NEW YORK
Posted 2001-04-12 17:35:00 by Mike Holme
I remember watching a few of these Charlie Chan movies a while ago and I was surprised to see Shemp in his hilarious but brief role pretending to be an Indian fakir.
Re: MURDER OVER NEW YORK
Posted 2001-01-09 21:16:00 by Dunrobin
One of my favorite classic Charlie Chan movies, with the added bonus of seeing Shemp pretending to be an Indian fakir during a police line-up scene. Shemp's appearance is short, but he's great as ever!

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