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1947 - 15 Chapters
The Vigilante (1947) was the 33rd serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book cowboy, The Vigilante, who first appeared in Action Comics, and was starred by Ralph Byrd, well known for his central role in the Dick Tracy serials. It was his last ever serial appearance.
The Vigilante, a masked government agent, is assigned to investigate the case of the "100 Tears of Blood", a cursed string of rare blood red pearls sought by a gang led by the unknown X-1 that may have been smuggled into the country.
Greg Sanders (Saunders in the comics), in his civilian guise as an actor, is filming a western on George Pierce's ranch. Pierce is a wealthy rancher and nightclub owner. When the Prince Hamil arrives to the ranch, he gives a horse each to Saunders, Pierce, Captain Reilly, Tex Collier and Betty Winslow. But an outlaw gang soon attacks, attempting to steal all five horses. It turns out that each horse has twenty of the pearls hidden in their shoes (five in each) in secret compartments. Edging closer, Sanders learns that a prince's servant stole the diamonds from his master and smuggled them in on the horses with the intention of passing them on to X-1.
Ralph Byrd as Greg Sanders/The Vigilante
Ramsay Ames as Betty Winslow, rodeo star
Lyle Talbot as George Pierce
George Offerman Jr. as Stuff, The Vigilante's sidekick
Robert Barron as Prince Hamil, dignitary of Aravania.
Hugh Prosser as Captain Reilly, highway patrol officer
Jack Ingram as Silver/henchman X-2
Eddie Parker as Doc/henchman X-3
Tiny Brauer as Thorne/henchman X-9
The Vigilante Rides Again
Mystery of the White Horses
In the Gorilla's Cage
Battling the Unknown
Blasted to Eternity
The Fatal Flood
X-1 Closes In
Death Rides the Rails
The Trap that Failed
The Secret of the Sky room
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This Classic Serial is in the Public Domain.
of release: May 27, 1947