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Bruce Gentry

1949 - 15 Chapters

Dr Benson, a friend of charter pilot Bruce Gentry, kidnapped by the masked mystery villain, the Recorder (who only issues orders through recordings), in order to perfect the villain's flying saucers. Industrialist Paul Radcliffe hires Bruce to investigate the saucers as he thinks they may have a commercial use.
Necessary for the production of the flying saucers is a mineral called Platonite. The Recorder's only source, an abandoned mine on the land belonging to Jaunita and Frank Farrell, has run dry and he needs to steal supplies from the US Government.


Tom Neal as Bruce Gentry, "Daredevil of the Skies" and charter pilot
Judy Clark as Juanita Farrell 
Ralph Hodges as Frank Farrell
Forrest Taylor as Dr Alexander Benson, Kidnapped scientist
Hugh Prosser as Paul Radcliffe, Industrialist 
Tristram Coffin as Krendon, Lead henchman of The Recorder
Jack Ingram as Allen
Terry Frost as Chandler
Eddie Parker as Gregg
Charles King as Ivor
Stephen Carr as Adrian Hill
Dale Van Sickel as Gregory, US Government Agent


The Mysterious Disc
The Mine of Menace
Fiery Furnace
Grande Crossing
Danger Trail
A Flight for Life
A Flying Disc
Fate Takes the Wheel
Hazardous Heights
Over the Falls
Gentry at Bay
Parachute of Peril
Menace of the Mesa
Bruce's Strategy
The Final Disc

From: Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia
Your Serial comes on a DVD-R in a Paper Protective Sleeve with Color 
Artwork on the DVD. 
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.

Produced on February 10, 1949
Entered public domain on 1 January 1971