Bob Carter, a member of the Foreign Legion, is glad to see his brother, Don, for the first time in ten years but is sorry that Don has joined the Legion. Bob, Don and Bob's buddies, Muggsy and Bilgey, go to a café and there Don falls for Nina, a singer in love with Bob. Bob doesn't know this and thinks she is Garccia's girl, and warns Don to have nothing to do with her. Don disregards the warning and Garcia discovers Nina and Don together and provokes Don into hitting him. Don is arrested and thrown into the company brig. Nina, with the aid of an Arabian sheik, Ul Ahmed, helps Don escape. Bob, Muggsy and Bilgey follow but are captured and taken to Ul Hamid's headquarters. The sheik tortures Don to force Bob to work some captured machine guns for him. Ah Hamid and his tribe attack the fort, but Bob manages to turn the machine guns against his captors, and the fort is saved. Written by
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Thrills.....thrills...thrills....as fighting men from Hell rout the merciless marauders of the desert!
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This film was first telecast Friday 26 December 1941 on New York City's pioneer commercial television station WNBT (Channel 1). Its earliest documented post-WWII telecasts took place in Los Angeles Tuesday 20 December 1949 on KTLA (Channel 5) and in New York City Thursday 27 July 1950 on the Owl Theatre on WPIX (Channel 11). See more
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You Are My Romance
Written by Flo Browne
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