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Dangers of the Canadian Mounted (1948)

Approved | | Action, Adventure | 24 April 1948 (USA)
Crooks discover a Genghis Khan treasure ship on the Canada-Alaska border but the treasure is hidden somewhere on land. In their efforts to find the hidden treasure they resort to murder and... See full summary »


(as Fred Bannon),


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Virginia Belmont ...
Dorothy Granger ...
Skagway Kate
Bill Van Sickel ...
Dan Page
Fagan / Carter / Truck Driver / Lou / Sloane / Spike
Dale Van Sickel ...
Boyd / Pete / Bart / Scott / Steele
Prof. J.P. Belanco
Phil Warren ...
Cpl. George Hale
Lee Morgan ...
Dale - Henchman
James Dale ...
Andrew "Andy' Knight
Oldtimer' Meggs - Skagway Kates Piano Player
Danton - Henchman
U. S. Marshal (as Jack Clifford)
Eddie Parker ...
Lowry - Henchman (as Eddy Parker)


Crooks discover a Genghis Khan treasure ship on the Canada-Alaska border but the treasure is hidden somewhere on land. In their efforts to find the hidden treasure they resort to murder and sabotage to stop the construction of the Alcan highway which will bring homesteaders to the area. Sergeant Royal of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police battles through 12 episodes to find the crooks and to learn the identity of their mysterious leader known only as 'The Boss'. Written by Bob Trapp <btrapp@direct.ca>

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Hit The Trail! With the men who take more chances...have more hair-breadth escapes...And are never out of danger but always get their man! (original poster) See more »


Action | Adventure






Release Date:

24 April 1948 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Peligros de la policía montada  »

Box Office


$150,038 (estimated)

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Technical Specs


(12 episodes)

Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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CHAPTER TITLES: 1. Legend of Genghis Khan; 2. Key to the Legend; 3. Ghost Town; 4. Terror in the Sky; 5. Pursuit; 6. Stolen Cargo; 7. The Fatal Shot; 8. False Testimony; 9. The Prisoner Spy; 10. The Secret Meeting; 11. Secret of the Altar; 12. Liquid Jewels. See more »


Chapter two: Sgt. Royal leaves the cave in pursuit of Mort with no hat. In the chase scene he is briefly seen with his hat on. After the explosion, he again has no hat. See more »


[first lines]
Cpl. George Hale: Weekly report, Sergeant. Nothing in it as usual.
Sgt. Christopher Royal: What's the matter, George? Bored with your job?
Cpl. George Hale: As a matter of fact, I am. It sure isn't like the good old days when Dad was around - running down claim jumpers, smugglers and road agents. You weren't around then, were you, Sarge?
Sgt. Christopher Royal: No, I wasn't, but I saw enough killing and shooting during the war to last me a lifetime.
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Edited into R.C.M.P. and the Treasure of Genghis Khan (1966) See more »

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Not up to Republic serials normal standards
24 February 2001 | by (Berlin, NJ, USA) – See all my reviews

There is plenty of action in this serial; but not enough to bring Jim Bannon up to hero standards. (He was much better in the Red Ryder series). This may be another case of a leading man being cast because of his resemblance to ace stuntman, Tom Steele. Stuntwork throughout the 12 chapters is very good with Steele working effectively with Dale Van Sickle and Ken Terrell. Production value is also somewhat lower than average. For the serial enthusiast, however, it is worth viewing.

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