Category Archives: Charlie Chan

Top 20 Amnesia Mystery Movies

Whether it’s the intrigue of Jason Bourne adventures or the farcical escapades of the Hangover films, memory loss remains a popular narrative device in fiction in general and at the cinema in particular. Here is a guide to my top 20 favourite … Continue reading

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Top 101 Film & TV Mysteries

This is a minor milestones for Tipping My Fedora as the blog has now reached its 101st post. So, seeing as it is also my birthday today, what better way to celebrate than with a small indulgence in the company of … Continue reading

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Charlie Chan on DVD in the UK

It has been announced that the Twentieth Century Fox series of Charlie Chan films is now to be released officially on DVD in the UK. Previously only available in the UK in less that stellar versions, these appear to be … Continue reading

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