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Hawk of the Wilderness
1938 - 12 Chapters
Hawk of the Wilderness is a Republic Movie serial based on the Kioga novel of the same name by pulp writer William L. Chester.
Kioga is very similar to the character of Tarzan, whom Herman Brix had also played on film in the 1935, Edgar Rice Burroughs produced serial The New Adventures of Tarzan.
Dr Rand, leading and expedition to an uncharted island in the Arctic circle that may be the ancestral home of all Native Americans, is shipwrecked. The only survivors are Dr Rand's son and his servant Mokuyi. Years later, a message from the sinking ship is found and an expedition sets out to find the island again. Part of the crew, led by smuggler Solerno, mutinies when they reach the island, abandoning Dr Munro and his expedition. Fortunately, Dr Munro and company are rescued by Kioga, the adult son of Dr Rand, who has been raised on the island by Mokuyi.
Herman Brix as Kioga ("Hawk of the Wilderness")
Ray Mala as Kias, Kioga's native sidekick
Monte Blue as Yellow Weasel, villainous shaman
Jill Martin as Beth Munro, Dr Munro's daughter
Noble Johnson as Mokuyi, the former servant of Kioga's late father
William Royle as Solerno, smuggler searching for wealth on the uncharted island
Tom Chatterton as Dr Munro, a scientist who leads an expedition
George Eldredge as Allen Kendall, a member of Dr Munro's expedition
Patrick J. Kelly as William Williams, AKA Bill Bill
Dick Wessel as Dirk
Fred Toones as George, Dr Munro's servant
Tuffie the dog as Tawnee
Pendulum of Doom
The Dead Fall
White Man's Magic
Camp of Horror/Caves of Horror
Valley of Skulls
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: Dec