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12 Chapters - 1942
Spy Smasher is a costumed Vigilante acting independently of the US while it remains out of World War II. After discovering information about Nazi activities in occupied France he is captured and executed. However this is faked and he escapes back to the US, meeting with his twin brother Jack (as Jack is incorrectly "recognized" and attacked by a Nazi agent) and Jack's fiance. The Nazi agent in the US is The Mask, operating from a U-Boat near the coast. The Mask's attacks on the US begin with an attempt to flood the country with forged money and destroy the economy. When this is defeated, he continues with other attacks including destroying planes, oil and munitions intended for Britain. Constant defeats at the hands of Spy Smasher, with support from Jack Armstrong and Admiral Corby, also leads the villain to take the fight back to the masked hero. In the end, the villain is killed aboard his own U-Boat in a sea of flaming oil. However, Spy Smasher's brother Jack Armstrong was also killed by the Nazis earlier in the serial.
Kane Richmond as Spy Smasher, his secret identity Alan Armstrong and his twin brother Jack.
Marguerite Chapman as Eve Corby
Sam Flint as Admiral Corby
Hans Schumm as The Mask. The Nazi villain of the serial
Tris Coffin as Drake, The Mask's spearhead heavy.
The Invisible Witness
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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.
of release: April 4, 1942