Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943)

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An American secret agent travels to Africa to infiltrate a Nazi spy ring.

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  • Rod Cameron and Duncan Renaldo in Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943)
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  • Rod Cameron in Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943)
  • Rod Cameron and Duncan Renaldo in Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943)
  • Rod Cameron and Lionel Royce in Secret Service in Darkest Africa (1943)

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16 March 2005 | mmegiraldi
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| The Action Packed of them all
One thing you can say about Rod Cameron character (Rex Bennett) in this serial, boy did he had to fight! All the episodes had a minimum of three fights each, and guess who was in the middle of most of them? That's right Rex Bennett. The second serial with the character was better than the first (G-Men Vs. The Black Dragon) due mostly to fights and cliffhangers but that doesn't mean that the first serial was boring, it was very good, but they made this one better. After dealing with saboteurs in the US, Bennett is sent to Northern Africa to stop the (very stereotypical) Nazi's schemes against the Allies. His main adversary is a certain Baron von Rommler, who's impersonating the local chief and friend of the Allies Sultan Abou Ben Ali. Nothing new, even for those days, true. But starting from this cliché the writers developed a series of creative and good perilous situations for Bennett and his friends (Joan Marsh and Duncan Renaldo as Janet Blake and Cap. Pierre). Plus when the fights ensued not only the stunts wanted to bring up something new, but even the cameramen! All in all, a good way to spend some hours in front of a TV.

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