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The Vanishing Legion 

1931 - 12 Chapters


Masked mystery villain, The Voice, is out to sabotage the Milesburg 
Oil Company. "Happy" Cardigan needs to successfully drill for oil before 
his contract with the Milesburg Oil Company expires or go broke. J
immie Williams' father, Jed (Edward Hearn), has been framed for 
murder. Secretary Caroline Hall appears to have an ulterior motive. 
The mysterious "Vanishing Legion" is also on the scene. Jimmie and 
Cardigan team up, along with Jimmie's horse Rex, to defeat The Voice 
and solve the mysteries surrounding Mileburg.


Harry Carey as "Happy" Cardigan, drilling for oil before his contract expires
Edwina Booth as Caroline Hall, Hornbeck's secretary
Rex the Wonder Horse as Rex, King of Wild Horses, whom only Jimmie can ride
William Desmond as Milesburg Sheriff
Frankie Darro as Jimmie Williams, whose father is wanted for murder, teams up with Cardigan to unmask The Voice
Philo McCullough as Stevens
Yakima Canutt as Yak
Joe Bonomo as Stuffy
Tom Dugan as Warren, a Milesburg Oil Company director
Lafe McKee as Hornbeck, a lawyer for the Milesburg Oil Company
Bob Kortman as Marno, henchman of The Voice
Paul Weigel as Larribee, a Milesburg Oil Company director
Olive Carey as Nurse Lewis
Boris Karloff as the voice of The Voice, the serial's masked mystery villain

Chapter titles

Voice from the Void
Queen of the Night Riders
The Invisible Enemy
The Fatal Message
The Trackless Trail
The Radio Riddle
The Crimson Cue
Doorway of Disaster
When Time Stood Still
Riding the Whirlwind
Capsule of Oblivion
Hoofs of Horror 

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 2, 1931
Date entered public domain:
Jan 1, 1960