CALENDAR: April 2013

Charlie Chan Family Calendar

It’s time for Charlie Chan’s annual physical in a scene from Charlie Chan at the Olympics (1937).
April 2013
“Hasty accusation like long shot on horse race – odds good, but chance is doubtful.”
1  Monday
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING: Please join us as we view Charlie Chan at the Opera starring Warner Oland.  Join with us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:15!)
2  Tuesday
3  Wednesday
4  Thursday
5  Friday
Earl Derr Biggers, the creator of Charlie Chan, dies of a heart attack in Pasadena, California, on this day in 1933.
6  Saturday
7  Sunday
George Kuwa, who would portray Charlie Chan in The House Without a Key (1925), is born in Japan, on this day in 1885.
8  Monday
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING: Please join us as we view Charlie Chan at the Olympics starring Warner Oland.  Join with us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:15!)
9  Tuesday
10  Wednesday
11  Thursday
12  Friday 
13  Saturday
14  Sunday
15  Monday 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING: Please join us as we view Charlie Chan on Broadway starring Warner Oland.  Join with us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:15!)
16  Tuesday
Peter Ustinov, who would portray Charlie Chan in the comedy/mystery Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen, is born in London, England, on this day in 1921.
17  Wednesday
18  Thursday
19  Friday
20  Saturday  
21  Sunday 
22  Monday 
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING: Please join us as we view Charlie Chan at Monte Carlo starring Warner Oland.  Join with us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:15!)
23  Tuesday
24  Wednesday
25  Thursday 
26  Friday 
27  Saturday
28  Sunday
Sidney Toler, who would portray Charlie Chan in twenty-two films, is born in Warrensburg, Missouri, on this day in 1874.
29  Monday
WEEKLY CHAT/FILM VIEWING: Please join us as we view Mr. Moto’s Gamble starring Peter Lorre and featuring Keye Luke as Lee Chan in the retooled film that was to have been Charlie Chan at the Ringside starring Warner Oland.  Join with us as we discuss this film LIVE, watching it together via video tape or DVD! 
Time: 8 p.m., Eastern Time (We start our film at precisely 8:15!)
30  Tuesday