The Fighting Pilot

Overview

A daredevil pilot saves the inventor of a new airplane from a gang of thieves in this stunt-oriented melodrama starring Richard Talmadge. When F.S. Reynolds William Humphrey refuses to sell his newest airplane, crooked businessman Cardigan Robert Frazer has one of his henchmen Rafael Storm steal both the blueprints and the plane itself. Intrepid pilot Hal Fister Talmadge and his sidekick, Berty Eddie Davis, trail the villains to Chinatown where Hal is captured. During his incarceration, the hero learns that ...
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Overview

A daredevil pilot saves the inventor of a new airplane from a gang of thieves in this stunt-oriented melodrama starring Richard Talmadge. When F.S. Reynolds William Humphrey refuses to sell his newest airplane, crooked businessman Cardigan Robert Frazer has one of his henchmen Rafael Storm steal both the blueprints and the plane itself. Intrepid pilot Hal Fister Talmadge and his sidekick, Berty Eddie Davis, trail the villains to Chinatown where Hal is captured. During his incarceration, the hero learns that Cardigan has hidden the plane in the desert, and after being rescued by Berty, he heads to the wilderness. After several scrapes with death, the villains are finally captured and Hal wins the hand of the inventor's grateful daughter Gertrude Messinger.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/24/2006
  • UPC: 089218519696
  • Original Release: 1935
  • Source: Alpha Video
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Time: 57:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 68,439

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Talmadge Hal Foster
Gertrude Messinger Jean Reynolds
Robert W. Frazer Cardigan
Eddie Davis Berty
Victor Mace Toughy
William Humphrey F. S. Reynolds
Rafael Storm Robert R. Jones
Jack Cheatham Agent Barnes
Francis Walker Henchman
Blackjack Ward Henchman
Barney Beasley Henchman
Edwards Davis
Technical Credits
Noel Mason Director
Frank Bender Cinematographer
Ralph Cusamano Screenwriter
Reginald Lyons Cinematographer
Robert Pritchard Sound/Sound Designer
Bernard B. Ray Executive Producer
Richard Talmadge Producer
Holbrook Todd Editor
Harry S. Webb Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Fighting Pilot
2. Chapter 1 [8:43]
3. Chapter 2 [11:12]
4. Chapter 3 [10:46]
5. Chapter 4 [8:31]
6. Chapter 5 [8:29]
7. Chapter 6 [8:14]
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Disc #1 -- Fighting Pilot
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