; Scotland Yard: A priceless stone is stolen and the Chan Clan must help get it back. ; The crown jewel caper: The Crown Jewels have disappeared from their case. ; To catch a pitcher: A famous pitcher is missing and feared kidnapped. ; Will the real Charlie Chan please stand up?: The Chan Clan must find the impersonator who is framing Mr. Chan for the hotel robberies. ; The phantom sea thief: A mysterious thief steals a painting during the Chan Clan's performance aboard a cruise ship. ; Eye of the idol: A thief uses a smoke bomb to distract the Chan Clan and everyone in the room while he steals a jewelled idol's eye. ; Fat lady caper: The fat lady seems to disappear when a bank robber is on the loose. ; Captain Kidd's doubloons: While in Trinidad, the Chan Clan must solve the theft of the doubloons. ; Bronze idol: A con artist uses the idol to trick the villagers into giving it more pearls. Also, a prince is kidnapped and then replaced by an impostor. ; The great illusion caper: A magician's dog has been stolen and the Chans help find her. ; The mummy's tomb: A golden coffin of a famous pharaoh is stolen. ; The mardi gras caper: A valuable ring has been stolen. ;"Gypsy Caper" a valuable icon is stolen and the Chan clan must find it. ;"Green caper": while in Greece the famous winged goddess Venus's statue is stolen and Mr. Chan enlists the help of Alan to get it back. ;"White elephant": a valuable white elephant that belonged to the Maharajah has been stole and the Chan clan must help find it. ; The gypsy caper: A mural has been stolen. While on the case, Stanley accidentally makes Henry swallow a clock. ; The green caper: A statue of the winged goddess Athena is stolen in Greece and replced by a plaster copy. Mr. Chan enlists Alan's help to find it. ; White elephant: The Maharaja's white elephant Sing Ha disappears from the elephant enclosure when they are feeding it, and is feared stolen.