The first of two Universal Pictures serials and four Monogram Pictures feature films based on Hal Forrest's syndicated comic strip. See more »
Chapter nine: During the earthquake sequence when Tommy, Skeeter and Betty are escaping from the hotel, Betty is in the forefront with a hat on, but when Tommy and Skeeter reach her, she has no hat. See more »
stalwart heroes face underhanded heavies in air action
The thirties, drifting unknowingly toward the horrors of WW2, provided the context for these appropriately earnest young men to prove themselves by successfully competing for a mail contract( it could have been anything of value). The villains are devious and uncomplicated. The women chaste and nearly helpless. The acting (especially Noah Berry, Jr and Grant Withers) projects to the highest seat in the balcony. The flying sequences may be the best the film has to offer but on a Saturday afternoon in the mid-thirties this was quite good enough, thank you. This film stands as a worthy example of our sweet, innocent past.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this