Radio Patrol (1937)

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A young radio cop and a beautiful girl try to stop an international criminal gang from getting their hands on the formula for a new bulletproof steel.


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12 August 2015 | ralphv1
| Decent chapterplay derived from comic strip
"Radio Patrol" is a decent chapterplay derived from a comic strip and stars the stolid and dependable Grant Withers. The action revolves around the efforts to keep a radical new steel formula out of criminal hands. A standout in the serial is the city in which the story takes place. Not only does it have all the charm of a typical mid-century noir urban environment, it also has a thriving ethnic area. Instead of the usual Chinatown or European ghetto, we have an Arabian sector, a "Little Cairo" lifted from Egypt and featuring all the intrigue and exoticism you would expect from such an unusual locale. The chapterplay is fast-paced and action-filled. Fans of chapterplays, crime stories and comic strips will find "Radio Patrol" well worth the effort.

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