Charlie Chan at the Opera

Charlie Chan at the Opera

DVD - 2006
Average Rating:
Rate this:
Charlie Chan investigates two murders on the opening night of an opera. The prime suspect is the husband of the star of the opera, himself a talented singer who recently escaped from the insane asylum where he had suffered from amnesia for years.


From the critics

Community Activity


Add a Comment
Jan 07, 2017

I love old movies, and I love mysteries, so I really enjoy this series. Each DVD also has interviews/commentary on e.g. the actors and the social context in which the films were made. Really fascinating.

Mar 27, 2015

Boris Karloff was 49 years old, Warner Oland was 57 years old when "Charlie Chan At The Opera" (1936) was released. Policeman William Demarest has the line "No Chinese cop is going to show me!". He even calls Chan "Chop Suey" so often you'd think that was Chan's real name. Whatever happened to the good old days when people could joust with each other without a protest group crying over it?

Apr 17, 2014

It's just another wonderful Warner Oland
Charley Chan story.

For me, there is no better Chan.

I also love the Sidney Tolers, although those ten to be a bit looser in the plot but just as cute.

CoralT Mar 18, 2013

Unexpected twists in this one... a winner!


Add a Summary
Apr 17, 2014

The Twentieth Century Oland movies
are, in my opinion, the best of the whole
series. bar none.

When Fox went to Sydney Toler, the general
superiority and attention had to drop a bit.

However, the cuteness of the plots, and the characterizations simply got looser and better.

I treasure Charlie Chan even from the dregs of Monogram.

It's the spirit that will not die.


Add Age Suitability

There are no ages for this title yet.


Add Notices

There are no notices for this title yet.


Add a Quote

There are no quotes for this title yet.

Explore Further

Browse by Call Number


Subject Headings


Find it at CALS

To Top