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Daughter of Don Q (1946)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Crime | 27 July 1946 (USA)
When the unscrupulous Carlos Manning discovers that an old Spanish land grant recently unearthed will leave a huge section of California real estate to the heirs of Don Quantero, he employs... See full summary »

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Dolores Quantero (as Adrian Booth)
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LeRoy Mason ...
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Mel Donovan
Claire Meade ...
Maria Martinez
Kernan Cripps ...
Insp. Grogan
Jimmy Ames ...
Romero (Nightclub Owner) [Chs. 3, 9]
Eddie Parker ...
George Tomkins
Tom Steele ...
Kidnapper Norton / Streetsweeper Blake / MineThug Dow / BombThug Lyons [Chs. 2, 5, 7, 10]
Dale Van Sickel ...
Thug Murphy / Police Officer Angus [Chs. 7, 8] / Pete (Truck Theft Thug / Bar Thug [Chs. 1, 9, 11]
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Rollins - Killer [Ch. 6]
Tom Quinn ...
R. J. Riggs (Bomb Maker) [Ch. 10]
John Daheim ...
Morris Kelso (Artist-Thug) [Ch. 11] (as Johnny Daheim)
Ted Mapes ...
Ned Gray (Thug) [Ch. 4]
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Lippy Monroe (Thug) [Ch. 5] (as Stanford Jolley)
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When the unscrupulous Carlos Manning discovers that an old Spanish land grant recently unearthed will leave a huge section of California real estate to the heirs of Don Quantero, he employs Mel Donovan and his killer henchmen to murder them all. That will leave Manning as the sole heir to millions. However, Delores Quantero tumbles to this plot and enlists the aide of two-fisted reporter, Cliff Roberts to save all her relatives Written by Robert

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Blazing with amazing action! Roaring with soaring excitement! Chilling with thrilling suspense! (original 1946 print ad)


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27 July 1946 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

A Filha de Dom 'Q'  »

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(12 episodes)

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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The painting of Don Quintus Quintaro seen in Chapters 11 and 12 is actually that of director Spencer Gordon Bennet in Don Q's costume. See more »

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One more top Republic serial

It is one of my post Witney era serial favourite. Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C Brannon made a bunch of good serials together. Only the very last of the Republic ones, in the mid fifties, are less good. But all the ones before, I love them all.

In this one, many spectacular fist fights, as we all love in Republic - and only Republic - serials. And we find here one more time the exquisite Roy Barcroft, as one of the lead bad guys. Actually he is here the head mastermind's associate. I particularly like the woman, the female hero - who here fights as a man. I love that. Whaoo!!!

I am surprised that no one has commented it yet.


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