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G-Men vs. the Black Dragon1943

  • 4.2
G-Man Rex Bennett must seek out and destroy the deadly Black Dragon Society in this fast-moving, thrill-packed classic serial from Republic Pictures. This fifteen-episode saga of espionage and intrigue from wartime America is filled with Oriental torture chambers, futuristic robot planes and explosives-laden speedboats. Director William Witney and special effects supervisor Howard Lydecker deliver non-stop thrills in all fifteen action-packed episodes.

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Republic Pictures' serials just had a snap to them that the other studios didn't. Credit house director William Witney, a master of wild fistfight scenes and truly harrowing cliffhangers. This slice of wartime Yellow Peril is among his best work. It's got one of the greatest opening chapters, a twenty-four minute wonder packed with evil bad guys, sudden death, a crazed fight in a room on fire and a rare scene for the time in which a pursued woman can take care of herself. She even jumps out of a moving car on her way to defeating the bad guys.

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Republic Pictures' serials just had a snap to them that the other studios didn't. Credit house director William Witney, a master of wild fistfight scenes and truly harrowing cliffhangers. This slice of wartime Yellow Peril is among his best work. It's got one of the greatest opening chapters, a twenty-four minute wonder packed with evil bad guys, sudden death, a crazed fight in a room on fire and a rare scene for the time in which a pursued woman can take care of herself. She even jumps out of a moving car on her way to defeating the bad guys.

1 member likes this review