Shanghai Knights

Lin kills Wu Chow. Lord Rathbone falls off Big Ben. Chon, Roy and the inspector are knighted. The inspector is (Sir) Arthur Conan Doyle; he decides it's time to retire from Scotland Yard and start writing stories about a certain famous detective. The homeless kid is Charlie Chaplin. The secret message that Chon's father wrote is that family is very important and that he will always be with him (his son) in spirit (stuff like that). Chon and Roy head for the U.S. and Roy is interested in starring in motion pictures... and Charlie joins them (stowaway on their carriage).

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