Marine Lieutenant Steve Landers has perfected a new bomb-release for airplanes which he is testing with the aid of his mechanics,'Singapore' Stebbins and Jack Murray. Dick Weber, one of a ... See full summary »

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Toby Wing ...
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Pvt. Jack 'Junior' Murray
Sheila Lynch ...
Maisie King
Michael Doyle ...
Lt. Steve Landers
Don Lanning ...
Dick Weber
Frank Rasmussen ...
Beckstrom
Roy Elkins ...
Charles
James Neary ...
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Thomas McKeon ...
Ciolonel Dale
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Marine Lieutenant Steve Landers has perfected a new bomb-release for airplanes which he is testing with the aid of his mechanics,'Singapore' Stebbins and Jack Murray. Dick Weber, one of a group of enemy agents attempting to steal the plans, is a friend of Colonel Dale, whose daughter, Linda, is engaged to Landers. Weber learns that "Singapore" and Jack are to deliver the final blueprints to the Colonel's home. Beckstrom , head of the spy ring, has some of his agents dress as Marines and obtain entry the the hangar. They get the plans but "Singapore" and Jack have overheard a conversation that indicates the spies are heading for a nearby island which is the headquarters of the espionage group. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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5 August 1938 (USA)  »

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Fight On, Marines!  »

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This movie was re-released by Astor Pictures in 1943 as "Fight On Marines!" to take advantage of the wartime demand for patriotic subjects, filling the lower half of the double bill in second-run movie houses. This reissue causes a lot of confusion in Toby Wing's career bios as it often credited as a singular 1943 production when it was, in fact a re-issue. Toby's film career ended in 1937, although a couple of her films would be released into 1938. See more »

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