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Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars 1938 DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Drive

Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars 1938 DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Drive
Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars 1938 DVD, MP4 Video Download, USB Drive
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The Complete Unedited 15 Part 1938 Movie Serial Where Flash Fights To Stop A Death Ray Striking Earth Starring Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers And Charles Middleton, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Black/White, 1938, 5 Hours.)

Ford Beebe, Robert F. Hill

Alex Raymond (Comic strip), Ray Trampe, Norman S. Hall, Wyndham Gittens, Herbert Dalmas (Screenplay)

Buster Crabbe ... Flash Gordon
Jean Rogers ... Dale Arden
Charles Middleton ... Emperor Ming
Frank Shannon ... Dr. Zarkov
Beatrice Roberts ... Queen Azura
Donald Kerr ... Happy Hapgood
Richard Alexander ... Prince Barin
C. Montague Shaw ... Clay King
Wheeler Oakman ... Tarnak
Kenne Duncan ... Airdrome Captain
Warner Richmond ... Zandar
Jack Mulhall ... Bomber Captain
Lane Chandler ... Flight Commander
Anthony Warde ... King Turan of the Forest People
Ben Lewis ... Professor [Ch. 1]

Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars is a 1938 Universal Pictures 15-chapter science-fiction movie serial based on the syndicated newspaper comic strip Flash Gordon. It is the second of the three Flash Gordon serials made by Universal between 1936 and 1940. The main cast from the first serial reprise their roles: Buster Crabbe as Flash Gordon, Jean Rogers as Dale Arden, Frank Shannon as Dr. Alexis Zarkov, Charles B. Middleton as Ming the Merciless, and Richard Alexander as Prince Barin. Also in the principal cast are Beatrice Roberts as Queen Azura, Donald Kerr as Happy Hapgood, Montague Shaw as the Clay King, and Wheeler Oakman as Ming's chief henchman. The serial was followed by Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe (1940). This serial, the first sequel to the Flash Gordon serial, was based on the 1936 "Big Little Book" adaptation of the strip "Flash Gordon and the Witch Queen of Mongo". According to Harmon and Glut, the location was changed to Mars to capitalize on Orson Welles' famous War of the Worlds broadcast. According to Stedman, this serial preceded that broadcast, which made Universal hastily release a feature version of the serial as Mars Attacks the World to capitalize on the publicity. The film was a box-office success. Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars was less expensive to make than the first Flash Gordon serial.