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1936 - 13 Chapters
Ace Drummond is a 1936 film serial based on the Ace Drummond comic strip drawn by Clayton Knight and written by Eddie Rickenbacker. It featured aviator Ace Drummond and his adventures in Mongolia. A mysterious villain who calls himself The Dragon is attempting to prevent International Airways from beginning service there, in order to protect the secret of the mountain of jade for himself. It features a dungeon in the nearby monastery, the kidnapping of an archeologist who stumbles onto the secret, his daughter's attempts to rescue him with Ace's help, a death ray The Dragon uses on the airline pilots, a radio system by which The Dragon communicates with his henchmen via the rotation of Buddhist prayer wheels (each transmission concluding "The Dragon commands!"), and a squadron of his own fighter planes. Ace also regularly performs his theme song, "Give Me a Ship and a Song". Never explained is why International Airways selects flying boats for their planned Mongolia service instead of landplanes.
John King as Ace Drummond
Jean Rogers as Peggy Trainor
Noah Beery Jr. as Jerry
Guy Bates Post as the Grand Lama
Lon Chaney Jr. as the henchman Ivan
Jackie Morrow as Billy Meredith
Chapter 1 - Where East Meets West
Chapter 2 - The Invisible Enemy
Chapter 3 - The Doorway of Doom
Chapter 4 - The Radio Riddle
Chapter 5 - Bullets of Sand
Chapter 6 - Evil Spirits
Chapter 7 - The Trackless Trail
Chapter 8 - The Sign in the Sky
Chapter 9 - Secret Service
Chapter 10 - The Mountain of Jade
Chapter 11 - The Dragon Commands
Chapter 12 - The Squadron of Death
Chapter 13 - The World's Akin
From: Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia
Please keep in mind that this movie is of very good quality for its age, but is over 75 years old. This is Not HD quality and may not look that great on your large flat screen TV.
This Classic Serial is in the public domain.
Date of release: Oct