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Buck Rogers

1939 - 12 Chapters

Buck Rogers is a 1939 Universal serial film based on the Buck Rogers comic strip, starring Buster Crabbe (who had previously starred in two Flash Gordon serials) as the eponymous hero, Constance Moore, Jackie Moran and Anthony Warde.


The story begins with Buck Rogers (Buster Crabbe) and Buddy Wade (Jackie Moran) in the midst of a dirigible flight over the North Pole. They are caught in a savage storm and crash - but not before they release an experimental substance called Nirvano Gas that they hope will preserve them until rescue can arrive. The Nirvano Gas works, but the dirigible is buried in an avalanche and is not found until 500 years have passed. When Buck and Buddy are found, they awaken to a world ruled by the ruthless dictator Killer Kane (Anthony Warde) and his army of "super-racketeer". Only those who live in the "Hidden City", run by the benevolent scientist Dr. Huer (C. Montague Shaw) and his military counterpart, Air Marshal Kragg (William Gould), resist the criminal rulers of Earth.


Buster Crabbe as Buck Rogers
Constance Moore as Wilma Deering. 
Jackie Moran as George "Buddy" Wade
Anthony Warde as "Killer" Kane
C. Montague Shaw as Doctor Huer
Jack Mulhall as Captain Rankin
Guy Usher as Aldar
William Gould as Air Marshal Kragg
Philson Ahn as Prince Tallen
Henry Brandon as Captain Laska

Chapter titles

Tomorrow's World
Tragedy on Saturn
The Enemy's Stronghold
The Sky Patrol
The Phantom Plane
The Unknown Command
Primitive Urge
Revolt of the Zuggs
Bodies Without Minds
Broken Barriers
A Prince in Bondage
War of the Planets

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.

Date of release: February 2, 1939
Date entered public domain: January 1st, 1967