Government Agents vs Phantom Legion (1951)

Passed   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Two federal agents battle a gang that hijacks trucks carrying materials vital for the security of the country and sells them to foreign powers.


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  • Mary Ellen Kay and Walter Reed in Government Agents vs Phantom Legion (1951)
  • Mary Ellen Kay and Walter Reed in Government Agents vs Phantom Legion (1951)

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21 March 2017 | tomwal
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Having seen my first serial at age 7 in 1941, I can honestly say I've been a life long lover of chapter plays.My first and for me a number one favorite, was THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MARVEL. This was followed by a large number of Republics, Columbias and Universals that ranged from excellent to good with a few just getting a passing grade. Later I became acquainted with Mascots and independents. This serial , produced in the final years of Republics serial production, features a great deal of stock footage from their earlier productions. The saving grace is that its well edited and blends with the new.The minus being that the viewer with sharp eyes can often spot the older inferior footage. Still, since the editing is so well done, the results are still satisfying.Walter Reed is OK as the hero and Richard Curtis is a capable villain. It is a bit on the slow side and for that reason ,I give it a four out of ten star rating.

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