publicity photo from 1938’s Charlie Chan in Honolulu. Front row - David Dong, Barbara Jean Wong, Faye Lee (with the doll), Margie Lee, unknown son, and Layne Tom Jr Back row: Sinclair Yip, Victor Sen Yung (to the left of Toler), Sidney Toler (April 28, 1874 - February 12, 1947) holding an unknown son, Grace Key (Mrs Chan), and Iris Wong

publicity photo from 1938’s Charlie Chan in Honolulu. Front row - David Dong, Barbara Jean Wong, Faye Lee (with the doll), Margie Lee, unknown son, and Layne Tom Jr Back row: Sinclair Yip, Victor Sen Yung (to the left of Toler), Sidney Toler (April 28, 1874 - February 12, 1947) holding an unknown son, Grace Key (Mrs Chan), and Iris Wong

some of Charlie Chan’s (Warner Oland) ‘Multitudinous Blessings’ in a publicity shot from Charlie Chan’s Greatest Case (1933). The daughter at the left is Mabel Hoo, Frances Chan is cuddled by Oland’s left hand, David Dong and Alan Dong are at the far right. Frank Dong (with hair parted in middle) is behind Frances Chan. The son standing behind Oland in front of the picture frame is assumed to be an uncredited actor in the role of Oswald Chan

some of Charlie Chan’s (Warner Oland) ‘Multitudinous Blessings’ in a publicity shot from Charlie Chan’s Greatest Case (1933). The daughter at the left is Mabel HooFrances Chan is cuddled by Oland’s left hand, David Dong and Alan Dong are at the far right. Frank Dong (with hair parted in middle) is behind Frances Chan. The son standing behind Oland in front of the picture frame is assumed to be an uncredited actor in the role of Oswald Chan