G | | Action, Adventure, Comedy
Doc and the Amazing Five battle Captain Seas and "the green death" for control of a fabulous resource.
Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze was initially released by Warner Home Video in a clamshell box, at the time denoting a family film, with cover art designed to capitalize on the success of Raiders of the Lost Ark. The film was also released onto Laserdisc and there is a DVD available in Germany (with German and English language). In March 2009, the movie was made available within the United States as part of Warner Brothers's "Warner Archive" manufacture-on-demand DVD service, at a price of $19.95 for a DVD containing the movie presented in its original aspect ratio, and its trailer in 4:3. Warner Archive released it on Blu-ray in Nov. 2016.
One thing's for sure: he ain't no native New Yorker.
Brig. Gen. Theodore Marley 'Ham' Brooks: The word is: 'isn't.
Monk: Isn't, ain't what's the difference?
During the scene where Doc Savage and his comrades are pursuing the sniper, modern (1970s vintage) automobiles can be seen in one of the aerial shots. The film is set in 1936.
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.