|Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen 1981 PG, 97 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Comedy
Director: Clive Donner
Cast: Peter Ustinov, Lee Grant, Angie Dickinson, Richard Hatch, Brian Keith, Michelle Pfeiffer, Roddy McDowall, Rachel Roberts, Johnny Sekka, Paul Ryan, Michael Fairman, Karlene Crockett, Bennett Ohta, David Hirokane, James Ray
Charlie Chan (Peter Ustinov) leaves the comfort of retirement when he is asked to solve a series of San Francisco murders. His bumbling grandson Lee Chan, Jr. (Richard Hatch) wants to be a private eye and tries to help but keeps messing up. Although the situation turns crazy, Lee's fiancee Cordelia (Michelle Pfeiffer) sees nothing wrong with his behavior. Amidst the craziness, Charlie deals with his old nemesis, The Dragon Queen (Angie Dickinson), who he had sent to prison many years ago. She is out of prison and determined to get even with Charlie.
|Missing in Action 2, The Beginning 1985 R, 96 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Lance Hool
Cast: Chuck Norris, Soon-Tek Oh, Cosie Costa, Steven Williams, Bennett Ohta, Joe Michael Terry, John Wesley, David Chung, Professor Toru Tanaka, John Otrin, Christopher Cary, Joseph Hieu, Dean Raphael Ferrandini, Pierre Issot, Mischa Hausserman
This sequel actually goes back in time and tells how Col. Braddock (Chuck Norris) was captured by Colonel Yin (Soon-Tek Oh) and forced to sign a confession that he committed war crimes. While in the Vietnam POW camp, Braddock realizes that he must escape and free his fellow MIAs before they are all killed.
|1. Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen (1981)|
2. Missing in Action 2, The Beginning (1985)
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