The Fighting Marines (1935)

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Corporal Larry Grant and Sergeant "Mac" McGowan, of the United States Marine Corps, are rival for the love of Frances Schiller, but team up to hunt down "The Tiger Shark," a mad, scientific... See full summary »


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Directors:

B. Reeves Eason , Joseph Kane

Writers:

Wallace MacDonald (story), Maurice Geraghty (story), Ray Trampe (story), Sherman L. Lowe (screenplay), Barney A. Sarecky (screenplay)

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28 June 2008 | dbborroughs
7
| One of the best Mascot serials
One of the best Mascot serials concerns a couple of marines taking on the Tiger Shark a masked criminal who is trying to steal a gyro compass and prevent his hide out island from being turned into a military base. This is an action packed serial that is better in the chapters then it is in the cliffhangers. The cast is good (with great chemistry between the two leads), the action better. This is as good as Mascot gets, and in its way it might have rivaled some of Republics best work had it had a music track. Its a minor thing but the lack of music (something Mascot didn't really splurge for at any point) makes a little slow at times. That flaw aside this is one to watch. Its actually very good.

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Genres

Action | Adventure

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Release Date:

23 November 1935

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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