Radar Patrol vs. Spy King (1949) Movie Details

Radar Patrol vs. Spy King (NR)
English
Fred C. Brannon
Republic Pictures
(India)
2 hr 47 mins
6.1/10
Rating: 6.1/10 from 147 users

Radar Patrol vs. Spy King Movie Cast

Kirk Alyn
as Chris Calvert
Jean Dean
as Joan Hughes
Anthony Warde
as Ricco Morgan
George J. Lewis
as Lt. Manuel Agura
Eve Whitney
Eve Whitney as Nitra
John Merton
as John Baroda
Tristram Coffin
Tristram Coffin as Franklyn Lord
John Crawford
as Sands
Tris Coffin
as Franklyn Lord

Radar Patrol vs. Spy King Crew List

Director :
Writer : Royal K. Cole , William Lively , Sol Shor
Associate Producer : Franklin Adreon
Director of Photography : Ellis W. Carter
Art Direction : Fred A. Ritter

Radar Patrol vs. Spy King International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
01-01-1949
India
01-01-1949

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The war lords of a potential enemy of the US has the spy ring, led by John Baroda, the Spy King and his aide Nitra, sabotaging the plans for a vast defense system of radar stations along the American borders. Radar Defense Bureau operative Chris Calvert comes to the rescue of a brilliant radar scientist, Joan Hughes, who has been kidnapped by Baroda henchmen in chapter 1 ("The Fatal Fog"), and the two battle together before putting an end to the Spy King in the aptly-named chapter 12, "Day of Reckoning".

Radar Patrol vs. Spy King

Radar Patrol vs. Spy King is a 1949 English Film stars Kirk Alyn , Jean Dean , Anthony Warde , George J. Lewis , Eve Whitney , John Merton , Tristram Coffin , John Crawford , Tris Coffin , Fred C. Brannon , Royal K. Cole , William Lively , Sol Shor , Franklin Adreon , Ellis W. Carter , Fred A. Ritter , directed by Fred C. Brannon & music by .