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12 Chapters - 1950
A would-be American dictator and mad-scientist, known only as The Phantom Ruler, has developed a formula which, when sprayed on some solid object, renders that object and everything it contains invisible when exposed to rays emitted by a special lamp, also his own invention. Covered from head to toe in formula-treated cloth, he thus moves about unseen, presently with the objective of stealing enough money and formula components to render an entire army of willing followers invisible. Two henchmen assist him, along with several illegal aliens smuggled into the US by him and used to infiltrate, as employees, possible sites for him to later rob while invisible. When he successfully robs a bank vault, an investigator from the bank's insuror teams up with a woman police detective to solve the mystery of the money which to all outside appearances has just vanished. Tracking clues and interrupting other attempts by the Phantom Ruler to commit crimes, the protagonists round up enough evidence that they are not merely dealing with an ordinary crime ring. Eventually they discover the invisibility fluid and lamp, and the Phantom Ruler is killed when he trips over an open high-power electric cable he had laid on the floor of his den to do in the forces of law and order closing in upon him.
Richard Webb as Lane Carson
Aline Towne as Carol Richards
Lane Bradford as Burton
Stanley Price as The Phantom Ruler
John Crawford as Harris
George Meeker as Harry Long
Slaves of the Phantom
The Acid Clue
The Death Car
Bridge to Eternity
Ordeal by Fire
Window of Peril
Trail to Destruction
High Voltage Danger
The Phantom Meets Justice
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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.
release: May 10, 1950