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The Mysterious Mr. M
13 Chapters - 1946

Anthony Waldron intends to steal a new submarine invention from Dr. Kittridge while blaming a fictitious mastermind he calls "Mr. M." To further this plan, Waldron uses a mind control drug he has developed called "Hypnotreme." However, a mystery villain soon appears claiming to be the real Mr. M and starts giving Waldron orders.
Federal agent Grant Farrell, whose brother was killed by Waldron, is dispatched to find the mysterious villain and stop his nefarious plans, teaming up with Kirby Walsh and Shirley Clinton to do so.

    Richard Martin as Detective Lieutenant Kirby Walsh
    Pamela Blake as Shirley Clinton, insurance investigator
    Dennis Moore as Agent Grant Farrell
    Virginia Brissac as Cornelia Waldron
    Danny Morton as Derek Lamont, one of Waldron's henchmen
    Edmund MacDonald as Anthony Waldron, the original villain
    Byron Foulger as Wetherby, the "real" Mr. M
    Jane Randolph as Marina Lamont, one of Waldron's henchmen
    Jack Ingram as William Shrag, the spearpoint heavy (chief henchman)
    Chapter titles
    When Clocks Chime Death
    Danger Downward
    Flood of Flames
    The Double Trap
    Highway Execution
    Heavier than Water
    Strange Collision
    When Friend Kills Friend
    Parachute Peril
    The Human Time-bomb
    The Key to Murder
    High-line Smash-up
    The Real Mr. M
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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.

Date of release: Aug 6, 1946
Date entered public domain: Jan 1, 1971