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|Charlie Chan in Egypt|
|Directed by||Louis King|
|Screenplay by||Robert Ellis|
|Based on||Charlie Chan|
by Earl Derr Biggers
|Produced by||Edward T. Lowe Jr.|
|Cinematography||Daniel B. Clark|
|Edited by||Alfred DeGaetano|
|Music by||Samuel Kaylin|
|Distributed by||Fox Film|
Charlie Chan is brought in when an archaeologist disappears while excavating ancient art treasures in Egypt. Charlie must sort out the stories of the archaeological team, deal with the crazed son of the missing scientist, learn why priceless treasures are falling into the hands of private collectors, and battle many seemingly supernatural events.
- Warner Oland as Charlie Chan
- Pat Paterson as Carol Arnold, whose father has disappeared, and is engaged to Tom Evans
- Thomas Beck as Tom Evans, an archaeologist assisting Professor Arnold at the Pyramids
- Rita Hayworth as Nayda (billed as Rita Cansino)
- Jameson Thomas as Dr. Anton Racine
- Frank Conroy as Professor John Thurston, Carol and Barry's uncle
- Nigel De Brulier as Edfu Ahmed, the Arnold family's servant
- James Eagles as Barry Arnold, Carol's brother
- George Erving as Professor Arnold, leader of the expedition to the Pyramids
- Stepin Fetchit as Snowshoes, assistant on the expedition
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