G | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Doc and the Amazing Five battle Captain Seas and "the green death" for control of a fabulous resource.
Near the start of the movie there is a scene which features a Broadway Ticket Agency which is promoting a boxing match between Joe Louis and Max Schmeling. There were two matches between them in 1936. Schmeling won the 1st match and Louis won the 2nd.
Don Rubio Gorro:
That dirty little tramp from my office, she could never lead them to Quetzamal.
Capt. Seas: That's what I'm counting on. Lots of money is at stake.
Outside the Broadway Ticket Agency, posters on the window are for films, not live shows, which were never sold at such agencies; one of them is for Tarzan and the Leopard Woman, which was released in 1946, not in 1936, the year in which this scene is supposedly taking place. Another is for Bohemian Girl, which would have been OK, except its for the 1946 re-release, and pictures a generic image of Laurel & Hardy, as they often appeared in their other films, but not in this particular one.
Although all of the other lettering in the opening credits are in yellow, the "USA" in John Philip Sousa's name is in red, white and blue.