In partnership with the Audiovisual Institute of Monaco, the Stamp Issuing Office is continuing its new cinema series featuring the posters of films shot in Monaco.
A 1937 American film directed by Eugene Forde, Charlie Chan at Monte-Carlo features the detective Charlie Chan and his son who, while on vacation in Monte-Carlo, are called in by the French police to solve a double-murder. Charlie Chan is a fictional character created in 1925 by American Earl Derr Biggers. He is the hero of six novels and almost fifty films, series, and cartoons. Charlie Chan at Monte-Carlo marked Warner Oland’s 16th and final film appearance. He died shortly after filming.
- Poster: © All rights reserved
- Printing process: Offset
- Size of the stamp: 40,85 x 52 mm vertical
- Quantity of issue: 36 000 stamps
- Sheet of 6 stamps with illuminations
|Poster||© All rights reserved|
|Issue date||4 October 2022|
|Size of the stamp||40,85 x 52 mm vertical|
|Quantity of issue||36 000 stamps|
|Note||Sheet of 6 stamps with illuminations|
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