Charlie Chan in Honolulu

N.p. N.p., Circa 1939. Original script for a radio interview between radio journalist Jimmie Fidler and actor Sidney Toler to promote "Charlie Chan in Honolulu," circa 1939. With a pasted-in typescript correction at the bottom of the first page of text.

NOTE: This is NOT the script for the film.

Fidler began in Hollywood as a publicist and advertising executive, which he parlayed into a syndicated column called "Jimmie Fidler in Hollywood," and also ran a radio show on NBC called "Hollywood on the Air."

"Charlie Chan in Honolulu" was the first film to feature Toler as the eponymous Hawaiian detective, and the first appearance of Chinese-American actor Victor Sen Yung as his son Jimmy.

Light blue wrappers, noted as "CHARLIE CHAN SUBJECT," with credits for JIMMY [sic] FIDLER. Title page present, noted as "CHARLIE CHAN SUBJECT," with credits for JIMMIE FIDLER. 4 leaves, with last page of text numbered 3. Mimeograph duplication, rectos only. Pages Near Fine, wrapper Very Good plus, bound with three gold brads.

[Book #149445]

Price: $150.00