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Serials
List creator: JVNem
Created on: July 19, 2004 - 1:47 PM PDT
Description: Fighting Chapter by chapter towards ... last chapter

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Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941)
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Not Rated
  One of the most famous CLASSICS. So elegantly told as to seem over too fast, you wish there was more of it.
Flash Gordon: Space Soldiers (1936)
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Not Rated
  This is the original Flash Gordon Renamed Space Soldiers when it got sold to TV ... for it's day it was spectacular, sexy and unimaginably expesive for a serial .. still good
Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (Disc 1 of 2) (1938)
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Not Rated
  One of the True GREATS. If you can't love this serial ... the eeire music, the Clay People, the Batwing ... what can I tell ya?
Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars (Disc 2 of 2) (1938)
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Not Rated
Zorro's Fighting Legion (1939)
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Not Rated
  This is one of THE classics of Republic Serials ... gives a good name to all serials
Jungle Girl (Disc 1 of 2) (1941)
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Not Rated
  Republic of the Classic era BUT they renamed their own films for re-release in the 50's IS this the FIRST Nyoka of the Jungle? if so it's a TOP Classic and Inspriation for Indiana Jones
Jungle Girl (Disc 2 of 2) (1941)
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Not Rated
The Phantom Creeps: Chapters 1-6 (1939)
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  This is one of the Wildest Campest Serials ever ... unfortutely it seems to be made with the idea of recutting to a feature from the start, theres wonderful stuff then there's a lot of routine boring chapters then it ends
The Phantom Creeps: Chapters 7-12 (1939)
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Phantom Empire Vol 1 (1935)
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Not Rated
  Another of the all time wildest/campest -- a combination Gene Autry Western and SciFi Serial !! Gotta Love it.
Phantom Empire Vol 2 (1935)
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Not Rated
Radar Men from the Moon (1952)
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  Rocketman! He's Fun! Fighting the silliest space villains ever. I like this era. Flying Discmen from Mars, Purple Monster Strikes, King of the Rocketmen. Can you believe it MST3K misty'd this entire serial! That I'd like to see released!
Zorro Rides Again (1937)
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  I'm told this one is a classic ... but haven't seen it myself yet. THIS is a Republic from the Classic Era
Secret Agent X-9 (1937)
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Not Rated
  The competition to Republic was Columbia who usually got liscenced characters, this was a famous comic strip
The Phantom (Disc 1 of 2) (1943)
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Not Rated
  One of the Columbia Character serials that I have seen, not a classic but good
The Phantom (Disc 2 of 2) (1943)
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Not Rated
Dick Tracy vol 1: Chapters 1-7 (1937)
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Not Rated
  One of Republic's few Liscenced Characters -- I've seen this and liked it but it is a Standard Serial some may think routine
Dick Tracy vol 2: Chapters 8-15 (1937)
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Not Rated
King of the Royal Mounted (1940)
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  One of Republic's Routine action serials But at it's Golden era ,,, I've not seen this but Rocky Lane is one of the BEST action stars, Stalwart as superman.
Buck Rogers - 12 Episode Serial (1939)
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Not Rated
  I saw this so long ago ... I remember it had production values and a plot, which a lot of serials don't, but I can't swear how good it was ... I do recall a neat underworld car and pre-trek transporter (!)
Les Vampires (Disc 1 of 2) (1915)
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Not Rated
  The Silent Serials seem milder, more mystery, less chases, fistfights and explosion cliffhangers. But they still try to keep up a Pulpy Lurid style. Irma Vepp of this one became a Dark Heroine in Europe. Seen this, Liked it.
Judex (Disc 1 of 2) (1916)
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  Not seen this. It's about, I'm told, a super hero. It must be the answer to the most famous/infamous Silent Serial Character of all time Phantomas, Villian par excellance. Does his serial still exist?
Judex (Disc 2 of 2) (1916)
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The Green Archer (Disc 1 of 2) (1940)
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Not Rated
  A Plotless wonder. Goes nowhere does nothing for 15 whole chapters! Yet, the actors seem to be having fun (maybe glad to have a paycheck?) and I found this enjoyable.
The Green Archer (Disc 2 of 2) (1940)
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Not Rated
The Painted Stallion (1937)
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  If you were a western star in the 30's usually you made a serial -- I've not seen this
The Miracle Rider (1934)
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  The western serials until recently were rare and hard to find -- I've not seen yet
The Return of Chandu (1934)
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  Never seen, sounds cool but ... who knows
Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (Disc 1 of 2) (1940)
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Not Rated
  Third in the series after it became a routine francise.
Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (Disc 2 of 2) (1940)
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Not Rated
Undersea Kingdom (1936)
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Not Rated
  Early Republic, tries to do a Flash Gordon style serial but the other world is under the sea instead of space. I've only seen the feature version that was sorely in need of cliffhangers.
Captain Midnight (Disc 1 of 2) (1942)
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  Columbia name character ... not seen
Captain Midnight (Disc 2 of 2) (1942)
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The Shadow of Chinatown (1936)
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Not Rated
Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island (1937)
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  This is a kids book made into a serial -- they made a feature version I've seen, I hope the serial is better
S.O.S. Coast Guard (1937)
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Not Rated
  The best serials were Republic, The Classic Republics seem to be under dispute who owns -- non classics like this one aren't --- Lugosi is no indicator of quality For sure
The Whispering Shadow Vol. 1: Chapters 1-6 (1933)
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Not Rated
The Whispering Shadow Vol. 2 Chapters 7-12 (1933)
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Not Rated
Jack Armstrong (Disc 1 of 2) (1947)
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  Columbia name character
Jack Armstrong (Disc 2 of 2) (1947)
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The Shadow of the Eagle (1932)
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Not Rated
  Then there were the quickie companies -- John Wayne's no guarantee of quality either -- was this mascot? Mascot became Republic.

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