A gang is sabotaging planes so that when they crash, the corpses can be robbed.




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Cast overview:
William Gargan ...
Steve Browning
Jean Rogers ...
Jean Clayton
Dick Purcell ...
Paul Wayne
Hobart Cavanaugh ...
'Ab' Steele
Michael Fitzmaurice ...
Joe Sawyer ...
'Brad' Martin (as Joseph Sawyer)
Billy Wayne ...
John Duffy
Robert Spencer ...
Bill Evans


A gang is sabotaging planes so that when they crash, the corpses can be robbed.

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plane | gang | sabotage | murder | See All (4) »







Release Date:

15 August 1937 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Aeroplano Sinistro  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Part of the original SHOCK THEATER package of 52 Universal titles released to television in 1957, followed a year later with SON OF SHOCK, which added 20 more features. See more »

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If you enjoy pulp stories, you'll like Reported Missing.
26 April 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Count the pulp magazine conventions in this one: a mysterious invention, disappearing airliners, a mysterious masked villain, a stalwart hero who is a pilot and an inventor, his two buddies who provide a little (very little) comic relief, and a pretty stewardess who is the hero's girl friend. Oh, yes, and the FBI man who appears in the nick of time and helps the hero save the day. Somehow it all adds up to an entertaining B movie, so long as you don't look too hard for plot holes or object to pretty basic production values. Stock footage of vintage 1930s airplanes provides another point of interest.

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