Keye Luke, 86, the actor who played Charlie Chan's No. 1...

Deaths elsewhere

January 16, 1991

Keye Luke, 86, the actor who played Charlie Chan's No. 1 son in the movies and David Carradine's teacher in the television series "Kung Fu," died Saturday in Whittier, Calif., after a stroke. Mr. Luke's 50-year acting career was honored last month with a sidewalk star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame. His final role was as Mia Farrow's acupuncturist in a Woody Allen film, "Alice."

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