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Don Daredevil Rides Again (1951)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Western | 11 April 1951 (USA)
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Gary Taylor (as Robert Einer)
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Lee Phelps ...
Michael Doyle [Ch. 5]
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Dirk [Chs. 8-9]
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Black [Ch. 12]
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Miller [Ch. 8] (as Michael Ragan)
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Turner [Chs. 2-3]
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DARING SAGA OF DANGEROUS DAYS! (original poster) See more »


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11 April 1951 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

La vuelta del jinete fantasma  »

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$155,200 (estimated)
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(12 episodes)

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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CHAPTER TITLES: 1. Return of the Don 2. Double Death 3. Hidden Danger 4. Retreat to Destruction 5. Cold Steel 6. Flaming Juggernaut 7. Claim Jumper 8. Perilous Combat 9. Hostage of Destiny 10.Marked For Murder 11.Captive Witness 12.Flames of Vengeance. See more »

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Imitation Zorro Rides Again
4 December 2005 | by See all my reviews

An old Spanish land grant has been proved a forgery and all of the homesteaders on the land are now forced to move. The real grant is in the possession of Stratton, a lawyer, who plans to use this land grab scheme to accumulate wealth and power. Lee Hadley, another lawyer, plans to challenge the forgery, but where words fail, he wears the disguise of his ancestor, and fights the crooks as the masked hero, Don Daredevil, and goes against Stratton, henchmen Webber and Hagen, and whatever treachery they can throw against Hadley and the rest of the ranchers. Obviously originality wasn't stressed in this serial, as this probably was a good example of how Republic was losing its touch as the 50's and TV era rolled in. The story and script could have been tweaked somewhat to allow some interesting escapades and plot devices while still maintaining the ability to delve into the Republic stock footage vault (which they did a lot in this serial). Curtis is very boring as the lead, and the usually reliable Towne and Barcroft really come off seeming like this was another routine production under contract. There is the regular amount of Republic action, but it could have been improved. Rating, based on serials, 3.5


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