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|The Red Dragon|
|Directed by||Phil Rosen|
|Written by||George Callahan|
|Produced by||James S. Burkett|
|Music by||Edward J. Kay|
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
The film marks the first appearance of Willie Best as Chattanooga Brown, Birmingham Brown's cousin. Compared with Mantan Moreland's appearances as Birmingham Brown, Best's portrayal of Chattanooga was broader and played more upon racial stereotypes. The character was dropped after two appearances.
- Sidney Toler as Charlie Chan
- Fortunio Bonanova as Insp. Luis Carvero
- Benson Fong as Tommy Chan
- Willie Best as Chattanooga Brown
- Carol Hughes as Marguerite Fontain
- Barton Yarborough as Joseph Brandish
- Don Costello as Charles Masack
- George Meeker as Edmond Slade
- Marjorie Hoshelle as Countess Irena Masak
- Mildred Boyd as Josephine
- Barbara Jean Wong as Iris Ling (as Jean Wong)
The Red Dragon has been released on DVD.
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