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Hop Harrigan 

1946 - 15 Chapters 

Based on the Hop Harrigan comic books.


Hop Harrigan (William Bakewell) and his pal "Tank" Tinker (Sumner Getchell) operate a small airport and flying service, and are hired by J. Westly Arnold (Emmett Vogan) to fly scientist, Dr. Tabor (John Merton), to his secret laboratory where he has a revolutionary new power unit. But an unknown character known as The Chief Pilot (Wheeler Oakman) is interested in the invention and uses a destructive ray to cripple Hop's airplane and kidnap Tabor. Hop and "Tank", aided by Gail Nolan (Jennifer Holt and her kid brother, Jackie (Robert 'Buzz' Henry), finally overcome the villains only find a bigger threat to them all within their group...


William Bakewell as Hop Harrigan
Jennifer Holt as Gail Nolan
Robert 'Buzz' Henry as Jackie Nolan
Sumner Getchell as Tank Tinker
Emmett Vogan as Arnold
Claire James as Gwen Arnold
John Merton as Dr. Tobor
Wheeler Oakman as Alex Ballard
Ernie Adams as Retner
Peter Michael as Mark Craven
Terry Frost as Barry
Anthony Warde as Edwards
Jackie Moran as Fraser
Bobby Stone as Gray
Jack Buchanon as Deputy Sheriff

Chapter titles

A Mad Mission
The Secret Ray
The Mystery Plane
Plunging Peril
Betrayed by a Madman
A Flaming Trap
One Chance for Life
White Fumes of Fate
Dr. Tobor's Revenge
Juggernaut of Fate
Flying to Oblivion
Lost in the Skies
No Escape
The Chute that Failed
The Fate of the World

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: March 28, 1946
Date entered public domain: January 1, 1971