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Mystery of the River Boat
13 Chapters - 1944

The story finds three Louisiana families, the Langtrys, Perrins and Duvals, as co-owners of swamp land in the Louisiana bayou country. Unaware that the property contains rich "nitrolene" deposits, they are considering an offer from speculator Herman Einreich, who is well aware of the secret, having killed the scientist who discovered it and stolen his geological maps and notes.
    Robert Lowery as Steve Langtry
    Eddie Quillan as Jug Jenks
    Marion Martin as Celeste Eltree, river boat singer
    Marjorie Clements as Jenny Perrin, Captain Perrin's daughter
    Lyle Talbot as Rudolph Toller, foreign agent
    Arthur Hohl as Clayton
    Oscar O'Shea as Captain Ethan Perrin
    Francis McDonald as Batiste
    Mantan Moreland as Napoleon, ship steward
    Eddy Waller as Charles Langtry
    Ian Wolfe as Herman Einreich, villainous land speculator
    Byron Foulger as Dr. H. Hartman
    Earle Hodgins as Jean Duval
    Anthony Warde as Bruno Bloch
    Alec Craig as the Chief Engineer

    Chapter titles
    The Tragic Crash
    The Phantom Killer
    The Flaming Inferno
    The Brink of Doom
    The Highway of Peril
    The Fatal Plunge
    The Toll of the Storm
    The Break in the Levee
    Trapped in the Quicksands
    Flaming Havoc
  Risking Death
  The Boomerang

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: Oct 24, 1944
Date entered public domain: Jan 1, 1971