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Canadian Mounties vs. Atomic Invaders (1953)

Approved | | Adventure | 8 July 1953 (USA)
A villain named Marlof attempts to set up secret missile bases inside Canada so he can launch missiles at the U.S. The Canadian Mounted Police dispatch agents to try to stop him.

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RCMP Sgt. Don Roberts (as Bill Henry)
Susan Morrow ...
Kay Conway
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Marlof (Smokey Joe)
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Beck
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RCMP Commissioner Morrison [Chs.1,10-12]
Mike Ragan ...
Reed
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Mr. Anderson [Chs.1-5]
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Clark, a Mountie [Ch.12]
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Jed Larson, Trapper [Ch.2-5]
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Mr. Warner [Chs.1-5]
Gayle Kellogg ...
RCMP Cpl. Guy Sanders [Chs. 1, 5-7]
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Mack, Truck Driver [Ch.8]
Jean Wright ...
Betty Warner [Chs.1-5]
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Jeane Wood ...
Mrs. Anderson [Chs.1-5]
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A villain named Marlof attempts to set up secret missile bases inside Canada so he can launch missiles at the U.S. The Canadian Mounted Police dispatch agents to try to stop him.

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THRILL-A-MINUTE ACTION IN THE FROZEN NORTH...As The Mounties Track Down Enemy Agents! (original poster)

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8 July 1953 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Missile Base at Taniak  »

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$172,795 (estimated)
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(12 episodes)

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(RCA Photophone System)
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Chapter Titles: 1. Arctic Intrigue 2. Murder or Accident 3. Fangs of Death 4. Underground Inferno 5. Pursuit to Destruction 6. The Boat Trap 7. Flames Versus Gun 8. Highway of Horror 9. Doomed Cargo 10.Human Quarry 11.Mechanical Homicide 12.Cavern of Revenge See more »

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Edited into Missile Base at Taniak (1966) See more »

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Typical Republic slam-bang serial fare.
10 May 1999 | by (Blacksburg, VA) – See all my reviews

Typical Republic serial. Two points of interest: Viewers know who the mysterious bad guy is from the very beginning, and Harry Lauter, although given fairly prominent billing, appears only in last episode. Unusually romantic score by Stan Wilson.


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