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Junior G-Men (1940)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  1 October 1940 (USA)
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A gang of street kids work with the FBI in their attempt to find and rescue their leader's father, a scientist who has been kidnapped by a terrorist group.

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Cast

Cast overview:
Billy Halop ...
Billy Barton
Huntz Hall ...
Gyp
Gabriel Dell ...
Terry
Bernard Punsly ...
Lug
Ken Lundy ...
Buck
Kenneth Howell ...
Harry Trent
Roger Daniels ...
Midge (as Roger Daniel)
Phillip Terry ...
Jim Bradford
Russell Hicks ...
Col. Robert Barton
Cy Kendall ...
Brand
Ben Taggart ...
Capt. Severn
Victor Zimmerman ...
Al Corey, a thug
Edgar Edwards ...
Henchman Evans
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Henchman Foster
Florence Halop ...
Mary
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A gang of street kids work with the FBI in their attempt to find and rescue their leader's father, a scientist who has been kidnapped by a terrorist group.

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Plot Keywords:

little tough guys | serial

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THEIR "First" EXCITING THRILL SERIAL!...The gang's all here...in the most spine-tingling adventure ever screened...! See more »

Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Approved
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1 October 1940 (USA)  »

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(12 episodes)

Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Chapter Titles:
  • 1. Enemies Within
  • 2. The Blast of Doom
  • 3. Human Dynamite
  • 4. Blazing Danger
  • 5. Trapped By Traitors
  • 6. Traitors' Treachery
  • 7. Flaming Death
  • 8. Hurled Through Space
  • 9. The Plunge of Peril
  • 10.The Toll of Treason
  • 11.Descending Doom
  • 12.The Power of Patriotism
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Referenced in Let's Get Tough! (1942) See more »

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Dead End Kids vs. Flaming Torches
30 January 2005 | by (Flushing, NY) – See all my reviews

A group calling themselves the Flaming Torches is planning an upheaval of the current US government by sabotaging key defensive positions and making pacts with sinister foreign governments. The G-Men are after all members of this group and organize the Junior G-Men so they can assist them in small ways. A street gang, led by Billy Barton, is also after the Torches since the group has abducted Billy's father who has perfected a revolutionary new type of explosive. The Junior G-Men and Billy's gang work together, despite their obvious different methods, along with the G-Men to bring the Torches to justice. Nice serial with the fifth columnist element makes this serial stand a bit higher than expected. If you're expecting the humorous escapades seen by the East Side Kids in the Monogram series, you might be miffed that there are only a few humorous moments here. The cliffhangers are really weak and predictable and much of the story seems to be repeating itself a lot. The story and pacing still manages to keep viewer interest though. Rating, 6.


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