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The Lost Planet
15 Chapters - 1953

The Lost Planet has the distinction of being the last interplanetary-themed sound serial ever made. It was directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet with a screenplay by George H. Plympton and Arthur Hoerl (who also wrote for Rocky Jones, Space Ranger). It appears to have been planned as a sequel to the earlier chapterplay Captain Video: Master of the Stratosphere and shares many plot-points, props and sets, as well as some of the same cast. However, the Video Rangers do not appear, and their uniforms are instead worn by "slaves" created electronically by Reckov, the dictator of the Lost Planet (Gene Roth) with the help of mad scientist Dr. Grood (Michael Fox) and enslaved "good" scientist Professor Dorn (Forrest Taylor).

Judd Holdren as Rex Barrow
 Vivian Mason as Ella Dorn
Michael Fox as Dr. Ernst Grood
Forrest Taylor as Prof. Edmund Dorn
Gene Roth as Reckov
Ted Thorpe as Tim Johnson
Karl 'Killer' Davis as Karlo, aka Robot R-4
Jack George as Jarva
Frederic Berest as Alden
John L. Cason as Hopper
Lee Roberts as Wesley Brenn, aka Robot R-9
Nick Stuart as Darl
Leonard Penn as Ken Wopler
Joseph Mell as Lah

Chapter titles
Mystery of the Guided Missile
Trapped by the Axial Propeller
Blasted by the Thermic Disintegrator
The Mind Control Machine
The Atomic Plane
Disaster in the Stratosphere
Snared by the Prysmic Catapult
Astray in Space
The Hypnotic Ray Machine
To Free the Planet People
Dr. Grood Defies Gravity
Trapped in a Cosmo Jet
The Invisible Enemy
In the Grip of the De-Thermo Ray
Sentenced to Space

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: June 4, 1953
Date entered public domain: Jan 1, 1971