The earliest documented telecasts of this film took place in New York City Thursday 19 April 1950 on the Night Owl Theatre on WPIX (Channel 11) and Tuesday 25 April 1950 on Four Star Theatre, also on WPIX. See more »
As might be expected from serial specialist Spencer Gordon Bennet, this one features some really good stunts. The milk wagon crash, though not one of the most spectacular, was still so unexpectedly thrilling, I jumped out of my chair. The aerial climax also repaid the somewhat leaden pace of the earlier scenes. Coghlan is okay as the boy, but Tom Keene really shines as the hero. On the other hand, Virginia Bradford is no great shakes as the heroine. She made no sound films at all, retiring from the screen after just one more movie, One Man Dog (1929). Tom Kennedy also makes little impression in a dramatic role. Although led by Maurice Black, the villains too come across as a rather innocuous lot.
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