G-Men vs. the Black Dragon

Overview

A typical war time Republic Pictures serial, G-Men vs. the Black Dragon featured the combined efforts of three allied operatives -- Rex Bennett of the USA Rod Cameron, Vivian Marsh of the British Secret Service Constance Worth, an Australian and Chang Sing Roland Got of the Chinese counter-espionage division -- who battle the Japanese Black Dragon Society. Headed by the maniacal Oyama Harushi Nino Pipitone, Sr., the notorious society conducted a campaign of terror and sabotage against America until stopped by the...
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Overview

A typical war time Republic Pictures serial, G-Men vs. the Black Dragon featured the combined efforts of three allied operatives -- Rex Bennett of the USA Rod Cameron, Vivian Marsh of the British Secret Service Constance Worth, an Australian and Chang Sing Roland Got of the Chinese counter-espionage division -- who battle the Japanese Black Dragon Society. Headed by the maniacal Oyama Harushi Nino Pipitone, Sr., the notorious society conducted a campaign of terror and sabotage against America until stopped by the united heroes in the 15th and final chapter, "Democracy in Action." That the Japanese master spy was played by an Italian-American was only par for the course. Much of the footage from this serial -- including a spectacular exploding submarine -- was re-used many times over, notably in the 1951 serial Flying Disc Man from Mars.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/20/2007
  • UPC: 827421030047
  • Original Release: 1943
  • Rating:

  • Source: Cheezy Flicks Ent
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 4:04:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Hooper Atchley Caldwell
Harry Burns Tony
Rod Cameron Rex Bennett
Noel Cravat Ranga
Maxine Doyle Marie
Walter Fenner Williams
George Lewis Lugo
Roland Got Chang
Robert E. Homans Capt. Gorman
Allen Jung Fugi
Donald Kirke Muller
Ivan Miller Inspector
Forbes Murray James Kennedy
Nino Pipitone Haruchi
C. Montague Shaw Prof. Nicholson
Constance Worth Vivien Marsh
Technical Credits
William Witney Director
Ronald Davidson Screenwriter
William Lively Screenwriter
Howard Lydecker Special Effects Supervisor
Joseph O'Donnell Screenwriter
John E. Swanson Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- G-Men vs. The Black Dragon
2. Chapter 01 - The Yellow Peril [24:17]
3. Chapter 02 - Japanese Inquisition [14:53]
4. Chapter 03 - Arsenal of Doom [14:59]
5. Chapter 04 - Deadly Sorcery [14:51]
6. Chapter 05 - Celestial Murder [14:31]
7. Chapter 06 - Death and Destruction [15:24]
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