I picked up a couple of Charlie Chan dvds from the library on friday and watched them today. I'd already watched the movies when I had gone through that 14 disc Charlie Chan film set that I picked up last year. The Black Camel was released in 1931 and it's the 2nd Warner Oland film as Charlie Chan. It's been restored and looks very nice. I was also interested in the bonus material on the discs. The Black Camel has a commentary by Ken Hanke and John Clark which was ok. There's a short bit on the restoration that wasn't that interesting. There are some stills in a gallery and a recreation of the 4th Warner Oland Charlie Chan film Charlie Chan's Chance. They recreated the 1932 film with actors reading the original script over stills from the original production. There were 4 Warner Oland Chan films that have become lost. I've seen two recreations. Certainly not as good as the original but interesting to see. Better than reading the script at any rate. The other disc was Charlie Chan In London and it looked nice too. There's a short featurette called The Legacy of Charlie Chan. It's only 13 minutes and it's ok. There are a lot of people commenting on the series but the only ones I had heard of were Jon L Breen and Ken Hanke.