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List of film serials

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A list of film serials by year of release.

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1910s

Production Company Title Chapters Genre Director Cast Notes
1910
Deutsche Vitaskop GmbH Arsène Lupin contra Sherlock Holmes 5 Mystery Viggo Larsen Paul Otto as Lupin and Viggo Larsen as Holmes German;
based on the novel Arsène Lupin versus Herlock Sholmes by Maurice Leblanc;
Survival status is unknown.[1][2]
1912
Edison Studios What Happened to Mary 12 Drama Charles Brabin Mary Fuller Episodes 1–4: Survival status unclear.[3]

Episodes 5–8, 10, 11: Museum of Modern Art[4]

Episode 9: Library of Congress[4]

Episode 12: Survival status unclear[3]

Other sources indicate a print exists yet provide no specifics[5]

1913
Selig Polyscope Company The Adventures of Kathlyn 13 Adventure Francis J. Grandon Kathlyn Williams Presumed lost. Considered to be the first "cliffhanger" serial.[6]
Edison Studios Who Will Marry Mary? 6 Drama Walter Edwin Mary Fuller Incomplete prints of episodes one and five survive[7]
Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont Fantômas 5 Mystery Louis Feuillade René Navarre French
Based on Fantômas by Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre
Print exists.[8][9] Released on Blu-ray by Kino Lorber 2016.[10]
1914
Pathé The Perils of Pauline 20 Adventure Louis J. Gasnier and Donald MacKenzie Pearl White First Pathé serial; known to exist only in a shortened 9-chapter version (approx. 214 minutes)[11]
Wharton Studio The Exploits of Elaine 14 Mystery George B. Seitz Pearl White, Arnold Daly, Sheldon Lewis Survival status: Prints exist in the George Eastman Museum film archive [incomplete 35mm positive]; and (of some of the episodes, including episodes 8-10) [16mm reduction positives, 8mm reduction positives][12]
Kalem Company The Hazards of Helen 119 Railroad J. P. McGowan and James D. Davis Helen Holmes and Helen Gibson 119 chapters – At 23.8 hours, this is considered to be the longest serial ever made. Each episode was about 12 minutes. Very little of it survives.[13]
Edison Studios The Active Life of Dolly of the Dailies 12 Girl Reporter Walter Edwin Mary Fuller Only two episodes, 5 & 10, are known to exist.
The Man Who Disappeared 12 Drama Charles Brabin Marc McDermott (considered lost)
Reliance Motion Picture Studio/Mutual Film Our Mutual Girl 52 Drama John W. Noble, Oscar Eagle Norma Phillips Survival status is unknown
Thanhouser Film Corporation The Million Dollar Mystery 23 Mystery Howell Hansel Florence La Badie, Marguerite Snow, James Cruze, Sidney Bracey (considered lost)
Zudora 20 Drama Howell Hansel Marguerite Snow, James Cruze
Universal Film Manufacturing Co. Lucille Love, Girl of Mystery 15 Spy Francis Ford Grace Cunard, Francis Ford First Universal serial; an incomplete print of 4 chapters exists
The Master Key 15 Adventure Robert Z. Leonard Robert Z. Leonard, Ella Hall (only episode 5 survives in the Library of Congress)
Universal Pictures The Trey o' Hearts 15 Crime Wilfred Lucas and Henry MacRae Cleo Madison, George Larkin Based on a novel by Louis Joseph Vance
(considered lost)
Lubin Manufacturing Company The Beloved Adventurer 15 Drama Arthur V. Johnson Arthur V. Johnson, Lottie Briscoe
1915
Pathé & Wharton Studio The New Exploits of Elaine 10 Crime Louis J. Gasnier, Leopold Wharton and Theodore Wharton Pearl White (considered lost)
The Romance of Elaine 12 Spy George B. Seitz, Leopold Wharton and Theodore Wharton Pearl White, Lionel Barrymore, Creighton Hale Based on the novel by Arthur B. Reeve
(considered lost)
Balboa Amusement Producing Company Neal of the Navy 14 Maritime William Bertram and W.M. Harvey Lillian Lorraine, William Courtleigh Jr. (considered lost)
The Red Circle 14 Drama Sherwood MacDonald Ruth Roland (only a brief trailer survives)
American Film Manufacturing Company The Diamond From the Sky 30 Adventure Jacques Jaccard and William Desmond Taylor Lottie Pickford (considered lost)
Reliance Film Company Runaway June 15 Drama Oscar Eagle Norma Phillips
Kalem Company The Ventures of Marguerite 16 Crime Robert Ellis, John Mackin and Hamilton Smith Marguerite Courtot
Universal Film Manufacturing Co. The Black Box 15 Mystery Otis Turner Herbert Rawlinson written by E. Phillips Oppenheim; a novelization of the serial with photos was published
(considered lost)
Under the Crescent 6 Adventure Burton L. King Ola Humphrey Based on the biography of actress Ola Humphrey
(considered lost)
The Broken Coin 22 Adventure Francis Ford Grace Cunard, Francis Ford Based on a story by Emerson Hough
(considered lost)
Graft 20 Crime George Lessey and Richard Stanton Hobart Henley, Jane Novak (considered lost)
Power Picture Plays The Mysterious Lady Baffles and Detective Duck 11 Comedy Allen Curtis Gale Henry, Max Asher
Lubin Manufacturing Company The Road o'Strife 15 Drama Howell Hansel and John Ince Crane Wilbur, Mary Charleson, Jack Standing
Signal Film Corporation The Girl and the Game 15 Railroad J. P. McGowan Helen Holmes, Leo D. Maloney, J. P. McGowan
Vitagraph Company of America The Goddess 15 Drama Ralph Ince Anita Stewart
The Fates and Flora Fourflush 3 Comedy Wally Van Clara Kimball Young
Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont Les Vampires 10 Mystery Louis Feuillade Musidora French
(available on DVD)
1916
Wharton Studio The Iron Claw 20 Mystery George B. Seitz Pearl White A print of episode 7 exists[14]
The Mysteries of Myra 15 Horror Leopold Wharton and Theodore Wharton Howard Estabrook, Jean Sothern Segments of only three chapters exist
The Grip of Evil 14 Drama W.A.S. Douglas and Harry Harvey Jackie Saunders, Roland Bottomley
Wharton Studio/Hearst Beatrice Fairfax 15 Girl Reporter Leopold Wharton and Theodore Wharton Grace Darling, Harry Fox (Available on DVD)
Astra Film Corporation/Pathé The Shielding Shadow 15 Mystery Louis J. Gasnier and Donald MacKenzie Grace Darmond, Ralph Kellard, Léon Bary (Only chapters 4, 10, 11, 14 and 15 exist)[15]
Pearl of the Army 15 War Edward José Pearl White (Available on DVD)
Erbograph/Consolidated Film Company The Crimson Stain Mystery 16 Horror T. Hayes Hunter Maurice Costello, Ethel Grandin (Exists in incomplete form)[15]
Kleine Productions Inc. Gloria's Romance 20 Drama Colin Campbell and Walter Edwin Billie Burke (considered lost)
Metro Pictures Corporation The Great Secret 18 Mystery Christy Cabanne Francis X. Bushman, Beverly Bayne (considered lost)
Deutsche Bioscop Homunculus 6 Science fiction Otto Rippert Olaf Fønss German
Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont L'X Noir 1 chapter (40 minutes) Crime drama Léonce Perret Fabienne Fabreges, Paul Manson French
Judex 12 Crime Louis Feuillade René Cresté, Musidora French
(available on DVD)
Niagara Film Studios Perils of Our Girl Reporters 15 Girl reporter George Terwilliger
American Film Manufacturing Company The Secret of the Submarine 15 Spy George L. Sargent Juanita Hansen, Tom Chatterton (considered lost)
The Scarlet Runner 12 William P. S. Earle and Wally Van Earle Williams (considered lost)
The Sequel to the Diamond From the Sky 4 Drama Edward Sloman Rhea Mitchell (considered lost)
Essanay Film Manufacturing Company. The Strange Case of Mary Page 15 Mystery J. Charles Haydon Henry B. Walthall, Edna Mayo (considered lost)
Signal Film Corporation The Yellow Menace 16 William Steiner Edwin Stevens
Lass of the Lumberlands 15 Western J. P. McGowan Helen Holmes (considered lost)
Universal Film Manufacturing Co. The Adventures of Peg o' the Ring 15 Circus Francis Ford and Jacques Jaccard Grace Cunard, Francis Ford (considered lost)
Liberty 20 Western Henry MacRae Marie Walcamp First purely Western Serial ever made
(considered lost)[16]
Vitagraph Company of America The Purple Mask 16 Mystery Francis Ford and Grace Cunard Grace Cunard, Francis Ford
1917
Astra Film Corporation/Pathé The Mystery of the Double Cross 15 Mystery Louis J. Gasnier and William Parke Mollie King, Léon Bary (Available on DVD)
The Fatal Ring 20 Crime George B. Seitz Pearl White (A complete print may exist in the UCLA Film and Television Archive film archive)[17]
The Seven Pearls 15 Adventure Louis J. Gasnier and Donald MacKenzie Mollie King, Creighton Hale, Léon Bary (only fragments exist in the Library of Congress)
The Hidden Hand 15 Mystery James Vincent Doris Kenyon (considered lost)
Balboa Amusement Producing Company The Neglected Wife 15 Drama William Bertram Ruth Roland (A complete print exists)[18]
Wharton Studio/International Film Service Inc. Patria 15 War Jacques Jaccard, Leopold Wharton and Theodore Wharton Irene Castle Based on the novel The Last of the Fighting Channings by Louis Joseph Vance; only episodes 1-4 and 10 exist.[19]
Signal Film Corporation The Railroad Raiders 15 Railroad J. P. McGowan Helen Holmes
The Lost Express 15 Railroad J. P. McGowan Helen Holmes
Monmouth Film Corporation Jimmie Dale Alias the Grey Seal 16 Mystery Harry McRae Webster E.K. Lincoln, Doris Mitchell, Edna Hunter, Paul Panzer
Paramount Pictures Who Is Number One? 15 Mystery William Bertram Kathleen Clifford (considered lost)
Universal Film Manufacturing Co. Voice on the Wire 15 Mystery Stuart Paton Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber, Joseph W. Girard (considered lost)
The Gray Ghost 16 Mystery Stuart Paton Harry Carter, Priscilla Dean, Emory Johnson, Eddie Polo (considered lost)
The Red Ace 16 War Jacques Jaccard Marie Walcamp (Only 11 of the 15 chapters exist in the Library of Congress)[20]
The Mystery Ship 18 Maritime Henry MacRae Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber (considered lost)
Vitagraph Company of America The Secret Kingdom 15 Fantasy Charles Brabin Charles Richman, Dorothy Kelly, Arline Pretty, Joseph Kilgour
The Fighting Trail 15 Western William Duncan William Duncan, Carol Holloway (considered lost)[21]
Vengeance and the Woman 15 William Duncan and Laurence Trimble William Duncan, Carol Holloway
1918
Astra Film Corporation/Pathé The House of Hate 20 Mystery George B. Seitz Pearl White, Antonio Moreno (A restored version is available on DVD)
Hands Up! 15 Western Louis J. Gasnier and James W. Horne Ruth Roland (considered lost)
Western Photoplays Inc. Wolves of Kultur 15 War Joseph A. Golden Leah Baird, Sheldon Lewis, Charles Hutchison (Only 7 of the 15 chapters still exist)[22]
Jaxon Film Corporation A Daughter of Uncle Sam 12 War James C. Morton
Wharton Studio The Eagle's Eye 20 War George Lessey, Wellington A. Playter, Leopold Wharton and Theodore Wharton King Baggot, Marguerite Snow (considered lost)
Rolfe Photoplays The Master Mystery 15 Mystery, Science fiction Harry Grossman and Burton L. King Harry Houdini (Incomplete, reconstructed version available on DVD)[23]
Burston Films Inc. The Silent Mystery 15 Mystery Francis Ford Francis Ford, Mae Gaston, Rosemary Theby (considered lost)
Universal Film Manufacturing Co. The Red Glove 18 Western J. P. McGowan Marie Walcamp (considered lost)
The Lion's Claws 18 Adventure Harry Harvey and Jacques Jaccard Marie Walcamp (considered lost)
The Brass Bullet 18 Maritime Ben F. Wilson Juanita Hansen, Jack Mulhall (considered lost)
Lure of the Circus 18 Circus J. P. McGowan Eddie Polo (Only an edited feature version exists)[24]
Bull's Eye 18 Western James W. Horne Eddie Polo (considered lost)
Vitagraph Company of America A Woman in the Web 15 Paul Hurst and David Smith Hedda Nova (considered lost)
A Fight for Millions 15 Western William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson, Joe Ryan
The Iron Test 15 Circus Robert North Bradbury and Paul Hurst Antonio Moreno, Carol Holloway
Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont Tih Minh 12 Mystery Louis Feuillade René Cresté, Mary Harald French
(A complete print exists)[25]
1919
Astra Film Corporation/Pathé The Lightning Raider 15 Crime George B. Seitz Pearl White, Boris Karloff Survives in an incomplete state preserved at the Library of Congress[26]
Terror of the Range 7 Western Stuart Paton George Larkin, Betty Compson (considered lost)
The Tiger's Trail 15 Mystery Robert Ellis, Louis J. Gasnier and Paul Hurst Ruth Roland
Bound and Gagged 10 Comedy George B. Seitz George B. Seitz, Marguerite Courtot Four episodes survive in the Library of Congress[27]
The Adventures of Ruth 15 Crime George Marshall Ruth Roland (considered lost)
George B. Seitz Productions The Black Secret 15 Spy George B. Seitz Pearl White
Western Photoplays Inc. The Great Gamble 15 Crime Joseph A. Golden Charles Hutchison, Anna Luther
Oliver Films Inc. The Carter Case 15 Mystery William F. Haddock and Donald MacKenzie Herbert Rawlinson, Marguerite Marsh A Craig Kennedy mystery
Great Western Film Producing Company Elmo the Mighty 18 Northern Henry MacRae Elmo Lincoln, Grace Cunard
SLK Serial Corporation The Fatal Fortune 15 Maritime Donald MacKenzie and Frank Wunderlee Helen Holmes
National Film Corporation of America Lightning Bryce 15 Western, Horror Paul Hurst Ann Little, Jack Hoxie
Wisteria Productions The Lurking Peril 15 Horror George Morgan George Larkin, Anna Luther
Burston Films Inc. The Mystery of 13 15 Mystery Francis Ford Francis Ford, Rosemary Theby
American Lifeograph Company The Perils of Thunder Mountain 15 Northern Robert North Bradbury and W.J. Burman Antonio Moreno, Carol Holloway
Serico Producing Company Inc. A Woman in Grey 15 Mystery James Vincent Arline Pretty, Henry G. Sell
Universal Film Manufacturing Co. The Midnight Man 18 James W. Horne James J. Corbett
The Lion Man 18 Mystery Albert Russell and Jack Wells Kathleen O'Connor, Jack Perrin, J. Barney Sherry, Gertrude Astor
The Great Radium Mystery 18 Mystery Robert Broadwell and Robert F. Hill Eileen Sedgwick, Cleo Madison, Robert Reeves
Shamrock Photoplay Corporation The Masked Rider 15 Western Aubrey M. Kennedy Harry Myers, Ruth Stonehouse, Paul Panzer, Boris Karloff
Hallmark Pictures Corporation The Trail of the Octopus 15 Mystery Duke Worne Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber
Vitagraph Company of America Man of Might 15 Maritime William Duncan and Clifford Smith William Duncan
Smashing Barriers 15 Western William Duncan William Duncan
Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont Barrabas 12 Louis Feuillade French

1920s

Production Company Title Chapters Genre Director Cast Notes
1920
Allgood Pictures Corporation The Whirlwind 15 Joseph A. Golden Charles Hutchison
Arrow Film Corporation The Fatal Sign 14 Mystery Stuart Paton Claire Anderson, Harry Carter
Berwilla Film Corporation Thunderbolt Jack 10 Western Francis Ford and Murdock MacQuarrie Jack Hoxie, Marin Sais
Burston Films Inc. The Hawk's Trail 15 Crime W. S. Van Dyke King Baggot, Grace Darmond, Rhea Mitchell
Canyon Pictures Corporation Vanishing Trails 15 Western Leon De La Mothe Franklyn Farnum, Mary Anderson
Fox Film Corporation Bride 13 15 Maritime Richard Stanton
Fantômas 20 Crime Edward Sedgwick Based on Fantômas by Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre
Frohman Amusement Corporation The Invisible Ray 15 Science fiction Harry A. Pollard Ruth Clifford, Jack Sherrill
George B. Seitz Productions Velvet Fingers 15 George B. Seitz George B. Seitz, Marguerite Courtot
Great Western Film Producing Corporation Elmo the Fearless 18 J. P. McGowan Elmo Lincoln
Grossman Pictures The $1,000,000 Reward 15 Harry Grossman and George Lessey Lillian Walker
Hallmark Pictures Corporation The Screaming Shadow 15 Horror Ben F. Wilson and Duke Worne Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber
The Evil Eye 15 J. Gordon Cooper and Wally Van Benny Leonard
Holmes Producing Corporation The Tiger Band 15 Gilbert P. Hamilton Helen Holmes
National Film Corporation of America The Son of Tarzan 15 Jungle
Fantasy
Arthur J. Flaven and Harry Revier Kamuela C. Searle Based on the Tarzan character created by novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs
Pathé & Astra Film Corporation Daredevil Jack 15 W. S. Van Dyke Jack Dempsey
Trailed by Three 15 Western Perry N. Vekroff Stuart Holmes, Frankie Mann
The Third Eye 15 James W. Horne Warner Oland, Eileen Percy
Pirate Gold 10 Maritime George B. Seitz George B. Seitz, Marguerite Courtot
The Phantom Foe 15 Mystery Bertram Millhauser Juanita Hansen, Warner Oland
Pathé & Ruth Roland Serials Ruth of the Rockies 15 Western George Marshall Ruth Roland
Select Pictures Corporation The Branded Four 15 Duke Worne Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber
Supreme Pictures Corporation The Mystery Mind 15 Will S. Davis and Fred Sittenham J. Robert Pauline
Torquay & Paignton Photoplay Productions The Great London Mystery Horror mystery Charles Raymond David Devant British
Universal Pictures The Moon Riders 18 Western B. Reeves Eason and Theodore Wharton Art Acord, Mildred Moore
The Vanishing Dagger 18 Edward A. Kull, J. P. McGowan and Eddie Polo Eddie Polo
The Dragon's Net 12 Henry MacRae Marie Walcamp, Harland Tucker
The Flaming Disc 18 Robert F. Hill Elmo Lincoln, Louise Lorraine
King of the Circus 18 J. P. McGowan Eddie Polo
Vitagraph Company of America The Invisible Hand 15 Western William Bowman Antonio Moreno
The Silent Avenger 15 William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson
Hidden Dangers 15 William Bertram Joe Ryan, Jean Paige
The Veiled Mystery 15 Western William Bowman, Webster Cullison, Francis J. Grandon and Antonio Moreno Antonio Moreno
Warner Bros. The Lost City 15 Jungle E.A. Martin Juanita Hansen
1921
Arrow Film Corporation The Blue Fox 15 Northern Duke Worne Ann Little An incomplete print of the film exists at the UCLA Film and Television Archive.[28]
Burston Films Inc. The Great Reward 15 Francis Ford Francis Ford
Films Diamant Les Trois Mousquetaires Henri Diamant-Berger Aimé Simon-Girard, Henri Rollan French
Based on The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas
Ermolieff Films La pocharde 12 Henri Étiévant French
Based on a novel by Jules Mary
Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont Les Deux Gamines 12 Louis Feuillade Sandra Milovanoff French
Parisette Louis Feuillade Sandra Milovanoff, Georges Biscot French
George B. Seitz Productions The Sky Ranger 15 George B. Seitz June Caprice, George B. Seitz
Hurricane Hutch 15 George B. Seitz Charles Hutchison, Warner Oland
Kosmik The Hope Diamond Mystery 15 Stuart Paton Grace Darmond, Boris Karloff
Pathé Double Adventure 15 W. S. Van Dyke Charles Hutchison
The Avenging Arrow 15 William Bowman and W. S. Van Dyke Ruth Roland
Phocea Film L'Essor Charles Burguet Suzanne Grandais, Maurice Escande French
Photoplay Serial Company Mysterious Pearl 15 Ben F. Wilson Neva Gerber, Ben F. Wilson
UFA GmbH Peter Voss, Thief of Millions 6 Georg Jacoby Harry Liedtke German
Alternative title: The Man Without a Name
Based on Peter Voss, Thief of Millions by Ewald Gerhard Seeliger
Universal Pictures The Diamond Queen 18 Edward A. Kull Eileen Sedgwick Based on the novel The Diamond Master by Jacques Futrelle
Do or Die 18 J. P. McGowan Eddie Polo
The White Horseman 18 Western Albert Russell Art Acord
Terror Trail 18 Western Edward A. Kull Eileen Sedgwick
Winners of the West 13 Western Edward Laemmle Art Acord
The Secret Four 15 Albert Russell and Perry N. Vekroff Eddie Polo
Vitagraph Company of America Breaking Through 15 Robert Ensminger
Fighting Fate 15 William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson
Warner Bros. Miracles of the Jungle 15 Jungle/Adventure James Conway and E.A. Martin Lost film
Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures Corporation The Adventures of Tarzan 15 Jungle
Fantasy
Robert F. Hill and Scott Sidney Elmo Lincoln, Louise Lorraine Based on the Tarzan character created by novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs
1922
Arrow Film Corporation Nan of the North 15 Northern Duke Worne Ann Little
George B. Seitz Productions Go Get 'Em Hutch 15 George B. Seitz Charles Hutchison
Speed 15 George B. Seitz Charles Hutchison, Lucy Fox
Hal Roach Studios Inc. & Ruth Roland Serials White Eagle 15 Western Fred Jackman and W. S. Van Dyke Ruth Roland
The Timber Queen 15 Fred Jackman Ruth Roland
Société des Cinéromans Rouletabille chez les bohémiens 10 Henri Fescourt Gabriel de Gravone French
Based on Rouletabille by Gaston Leroux
Star Serial Corporation Captain Kidd 15 Pirate Burton L. King and J. P. McGowan Eddie Polo
Universal Pictures With Stanley in Africa 18 Jungle William James Craft and Edward A. Kull George Walsh, Louise Lorraine
The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe 18 Maritime Robert F. Hill Harry Myers, Gertrude Olmstead, Noble Johnson Based on Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe
Lost film
Perils of the Yukon 15 Northern Jay Marchant, J. P. McGowan and Perry N. Vekroff William Desmond
In the Days of Buffalo Bill 18 Western Edward Laemmle Art Acord
The Radio King 10 Robert F. Hill Roy Stewart
Vitagraph Company of America The Purple Riders 15 Western William Bertram Joe Ryan
Warner Bros. A Dangerous Adventure 15 Jungle Jack L. Warner and Sam Warner Grace Darmond Lost film
William N. Selig Productions The Jungle Goddess 15 Jungle James Conway Elinor Field, Truman Van Dyke
1923
Arrow Film Corporation The Fighting Skipper 15 Maritime Francis Ford Jack Perrin, Peggy O'Day
The Santa Fe Trail 15 Western Ashton Dearholt and Robert Dillon Neva Gerber, Jack Perrin
Ermolieff Films The House of Mystery 10 Alexandre Volkoff Ivan Mosjoukine, Charles Vanel French
Based on a novel by Jules Mary
George B. Seitz Productions Plunder 15 George B. Seitz Pearl White
Hal Roach Studios Inc. Haunted Valley 15 George Marshall Ruth Roland
Her Dangerous Path 10 Roy Clements Edna Murphy
Ruth Roland Serials Ruth of the Range 15 Ernest C. Ward, Frank Leon Smith and W. S. Van Dyke Ruth Roland
Universal Pictures Around the World in Eighteen Days 12 Robert F. Hill and B. Reeves Eason William Desmond
Beasts of Paradise 15 William James Craft William Desmond, Eileen Sedgwick
The Eagle's Talons 15 Duke Worne Fred Thomson, Ann Little
The Ghost City 15 Western Jay Marchant Pete Morrison, Margaret Morris, Al Wilson
In the Days of Daniel Boone 15 Western William James Craft Jack Mower, Eileen Sedgwick
The Oregon Trail 18 Western Edward Laemmle Art Acord, Louise Lorraine
The Phantom Fortune 12 Robert F. Hill William Desmond
The Social Buccaneer 10 Robert F. Hill Jack Mulhall Based on a novel by Frederic S. Isham
The Steel Trail 15 William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson
1924
Arrow Film Corporation Riders of the Plains 15 Western Jacques Jaccard Jack Perrin, Boris Karloff
Pathé The Fortieth Door 10 Adventure George B. Seitz Allene Ray
Galloping Hoofs 10 Western George B. Seitz Allene Ray
Into the Net 10 George B. Seitz Edna Murphy, Jack Mulhall
Leatherstocking 10 Western George B. Seitz Edna Murphy, Harold Miller Based on The Deerslayer by James Fenimore Cooper
Ten Scars Make a Man 10 William Parke Allene Ray
The Way of a Man 10 Western George B. Seitz Allene Ray, Harold Miller Screenplay by Emerson Hough
Rayart Pictures Corporation Battling Brewster 15 Western/ Boxing Dell Henderson Franklyn Farnum, Helen Holmes
Universal Pictures The Fast Express 15 William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson
The Fighting Ranger 18 Western Jay Marchant Jack Dougherty, Al Wilson, Eileen Sedgwick
The Iron Man 15 Crime drama Jay Marchant Luciano Albertini, Margaret Morris, Joe Bonomo, Jack Dougherty
The Riddle Rider 15 Western William James Craft William Desmond, Eileen Sedgwick Considered a lost film; followed by a 1927 sequel Return of the Riddle Rider
Wolves of the North 10 Northern William Duncan William Duncan, Edith Johnson
1925
Adventure Pictures Perils of the Wild 15 Maritime Francis Ford Joe Bonomo, Boris Karloff Based on The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss
J. Charles Davis Productions The Mystery Box 10 Alan James Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber
The Power God 15 Science fiction Francis Ford and Ben F. Wilson Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber
Pathé The Green Archer 10 Mystery Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller Based on a novel by Edgar Wallace
The House Without a Key 10 Mystery Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller First onscreen appearance of "Charlie Chan";[29] based on The House Without a Key by Earl Derr Biggers
Idaho 10 Western Robert F. Hill Mahlon Hamilton, Vivian Rich
Sunken Silver 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller Based on a novel by Albert Payson Terhune
Wild West 10 Western Robert F. Hill Helen Ferguson, Jack Mulhall
Play Ball 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller
Rayart Pictures Corporation The Flame Fighter 10 Robert Dillon Herbert Rawlinson
Secret Service Sanders 15 Duke Worne Ashton Dearholt, Ann Little
Société des Cinéromans Surcouf 8 Maritime Luitz-Morat Jean Angelo French
Universal Pictures Ace of Spades 15 Western Henry MacRae William Desmond
The Great Circus Mystery 15 Jay Marchant Joe Bonomo, Louise Lorraine
Wild West Productions Days of '49 15 Western Jacques Jaccard and Ben F. Wilson Neva Gerber, Edmund Cobb
1926
Goodwill Pictures Officer 444 10 Francis Ford and Ben F. Wilson Ben F. Wilson, Neva Gerber
The Radio Detective 10 William James Craft and William A. Crinley Jack Dougherty, Margaret Quimby
Holmes Producing Corporation Lightning Hutch 10 Charles Hutchison Charles Hutchison
The Mystery Pilot 10
Pathé The Bar-C Mystery 10 Western Robert F. Hill Dorothy Phillips, Wallace MacDonald
Casey of the Coast Guard 10 Maritime William Nigh George O'Hara, Helen Ferguson
The Fighting Marine 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Gene Tunney
Snowed In 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller
Rayart Pictures Corporation The Phantom Police 10 Robert Dillon Herbert Rawlinson
Scotty of the Scouts 10 Boy scouts Duke Worne Ben Alexander
Trooper 77 10 Duke Worne Herbert Rawlinson
Sierra Pictures Vanishing Millions 15 Alan James
Universal Pictures The Scarlet Streak 10 Henry MacRae Jack Dougherty, Lola Todd
Fighting With Buffalo Bill 10 Western Ray Taylor Wallace MacDonald
Strings of Steel 10 Henry MacRae William Desmond, Eileen Sedgwick
The Winking Idol 10 Western Francis Ford William Desmond, Eileen Sedgwick
The Silent Flyer 10 Northern William James Craft Silver Streak the dog, Louise Lorraine This serial led to the founding of Mascot Pictures and is often listed as Mascot's first serial; it was produced by Nat Levine but released by Universal.
1927
Hercules Film Productions King of the Jungle 10 Jungle Webster Cullison Elmo Lincoln, Sally Long, Gordon Standing considered a lost film (only a trailer exists)
Mascot Pictures Heroes of the Wild 10 Western Harry S. Webb Jack Hoxie, Joe Bonomo, Tornado the Wonder Dog, White Fury (the horse) First Mascot serial; considered a lost film
Isle of Sunken Gold 10 Maritime, Pirates Harry S. Webb Anita Stewart, Duke Kahanamoku, Jack Pierce (make-up artist) Parts of chapters 4 through 7 were recently discovered
The Golden Stallion 10 Western Harry S. Webb Lefty Flynn, Joe Bonomo, White Fury A complete print exists
William Steiner Prods. The Scarlet Brand 10 Western Neal Hart Neal Hart, Lucille Irwin, Wm. Quinn
Pathé The Crimson Flash 10 Action Arch Heath Cullen Landis, Eugenia Gilbert, J. Barney Sherry Considered a lost film[30]
Hawk of the Hills 10 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller, Jack Ganzhorn A complete print exists
The Masked Menace 10 Crime film Arch Heath Larry Kent, Jean Arthur, Thomas Holding Based on a short story "Still Face" by Clarence Budington Kelland; a lost film
Melting Millions 10 Crime film Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller, Eugenia Gilbert considered a lost film
On Guard! 10 Arch Heath Cullen Landis, Muriel Kingston, Walter P. Lewis considered a lost film
Rayart Pictures Corporation Fighting For Fame 10 Duke Worne Ben Alexander
Société des Cinéromans Belphégor Henri Desfontaines French
Based on Belphégor by Arthur Bernède
Universal Pictures Blake of Scotland Yard 12 Crime Robert F. Hill Hayden Stevenson, Grace Cunard, Monte Montague, Walter Brennan Followed by a sequel The Ace of Scotland Yard (1929)
The Fire Fighters 10 Crime film Jacques Jaccard Jack Dougherty, Helen Ferguson, Lafe McKee Considered a lost film[31]
The Return of the Riddle Rider 10 Western Robert F. Hill William Desmond, Grace Cunard, Lola Todd A sequel to The Riddle Rider (1924); Considered a lost film[32]
The Trail of the Tiger 10 Crime film Henry MacRae Jack Dougherty, Francis Teague, Jack Mower Considered a lost film
Whispering Smith Rides 10 Western Ray Taylor Wallace MacDonald Based on Whispering Smith by Frank H. Spearman; a lost film
Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures Corporation Perils of the Jungle 10 Jungle Ray Taylor and Jack Nelson Eugenia Gilbert, Frank Merrill, Bobby Nelson
William I. Pizor Productions The Mansion of Mystery 10 Mystery Robert J. Horner
1928
Goodart Pirates of the Pines 10 Maritime J.C. Cook George O'Hara
Mascot Pictures The Vanishing West 10 Western Richard Thorpe Eileen Sedgwick, Jack Perrin, Jack Dougherty
Vultures of the Sea 10 Maritime Richard Thorpe Boris Karloff
William M. Pizor The House of Terror 10 Horror Roland D. Reed Pat O'Brien, Jack La Rue
Pathé Eagle of the Night 10 Aviation James F. Fulton
The Man Without a Face 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller Written by A. M. Williamson and C. N. Williamson
Mark of the Frog 10 Arch Heath Written by Edgar Wallace (considered lost)
The Terrible People 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller Based on The Terrible People by Edgar Wallace
The Tiger's Shadow 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Gladys McConnell, Hugh Allan
The Yellow Cameo 10 Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Cyclone the Dog
Robert J. Horner The Mystery Rider 10 Western Robert J. Horner William Desmond
Syndicate Pictures The Chinatown Mystery 10 J. P. McGowan Joe Bonomo, Ruth Hiatt, Francis Ford
Universal Pictures A Final Reckoning 12 Western Ray Taylor Newton House, Louise Lorraine
Haunted Island 10 Fantasy Robert F. Hill Jack Dougherty Remake of the 1918 Universal serial The Brass Bullet[33]
The Scarlet Arrow 10 Northern Ray Taylor Francis X. Bushman Jr.
Tarzan the Mighty 15 Jungle
Fantasy
Ray Taylor and Jack Nelson Frank Merrill, Natalie Kingston Based on the novel Jungle Tales of Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs; considered a lost film
The Vanishing Rider 12 Western Ray Taylor William Desmond, Ethlyne Clair, Boris Karloff considered lost.[34]
Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures Corporation The Mysterious Airman 10 Aviation Harry Revier Walter Miller, Eugenia Gilbert Written by famed mystery novelist Arthur B. Reeve
Weiss Brothers Artclass Pictures Corporation Police Reporter 10 Jack Nelson Walter Miller, Eugenia Gilbe
1929
Mascot Pictures The Fatal Warning 10 Mystery Richard Thorpe Helene Costello, Ralph Graves, Boris Karloff (considered lost)[35]
The King of the Kongo 10 Jungle Richard Thorpe Jacqueline Logan, Walter Miller, Boris Karloff First serial with partial sound; a complete picture exists, but some of the sound has been lost.[36]
Pathé The Black Book 10 Crime Spencer Gordon Bennet Allene Ray, Walter Miller Print exists in the Library of Congress film archive [episodes 1, 3, 5-10, 35mm positive].
The Fire Detective 10 Crime Spencer Gordon Bennet Gladys McConnell, Hugh Allan (considered lost)
Queen of the Northwoods 10 Northern Spencer Gordon Bennet Walter Miller, Ethlyne Clair Incomplete print believed to exist
Universal Pictures The Diamond Master 10 Crime Jack Nelson Hayden Stevenson, Louise Lorraine Based on a novel by Jacques Futrelle
(considered lost)
The Pirate of Panama 12 Maritime Ray Taylor Natalie Kingston, Buffalo Bill Jr. (considered lost)
The Ace of Scotland Yard 10 Mystery Ray Taylor Crawford Kent, Monte Montague First Partial Sound Universal serial; released in both silent and sound versions; considered a lost film
Tarzan the Tiger 15 Jungle
Fantasy
Henry MacRae Frank Merrill, Natalie Kingston Based on the novel "Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar" by Edgar Rice Burroughs; two versions were released: one silent, the other with music & sound fx added; available on DVD

1930s

(Film prints exist unless noted otherwise)

Production Company Title Chapters Genre Director Cast Notes
1930
Ben Wilson Productions The Voice from the Sky 10 Science fiction Ben F. Wilson Wally Wales, Neva Gerber First serial with full sound; print exists[37]
Mascot Pictures The Lone Defender 12 Western Richard Thorpe Rin Tin Tin, Buzz Barton, Joe Bonomo, June Marlowe Print exists; also released as a feature version
Talking Picture Epics Inc. Across the World with Mr & Mrs Martin Johnson Travelogue James Leo Meehan Martin and Osa Johnson Tour visits Australia, Hawaii, Tanganyika and the Belgian congo
Hunting Tigers in India 82 minutes Documentary James Leo Meehan George Miller Dyott Filmed in 1929; later re-edited into a 3-episode series
Universal Pictures The Jade Box 10 Fantasy
Mystery
Ray Taylor Jack Perrin, Louise Lorraine, Francis Ford, Jay Novello Partial sound; an incomplete print exists in Universal's vault
The Lightning Express 10 Western, Railroad Henry MacRae Louise Lorraine, Lane Chandler, Al Ferguson, James Pierce Based on the "Whispering Smith" character created by novelist Frank H. Spearman; Remake of Whispering Smith Rides (1927); considered a lost film
Terry of the Times 10 Crime Henry MacRae Reed Howes, Lotus Thompson, Sheldon Lewis, Universal's last partial sound serial; considered a lost film
The Indians are Coming 12 Western Henry MacRae Tim McCoy, Allene Ray, Francis Ford First Universal all-talking serial; based on a novel The Great West That Was by "Buffalo Bill" Cody[38]
1931
Les Films Osso Méphisto 4 Mystery Henri Debain and Georges Vinter Jean Gabin French
Based on a novel by Arthur Bernède
Mascot Pictures The Phantom of the West 10 Western D. Ross Lederman Tom Tyler, Dorothy Gulliver, William Desmond, Joe Bonomo, Kermit Maynard
King of the Wild 12 Jungle Richard Thorpe, B. Reeves Eason Walter Miller, Nora Lane, Boris Karloff, Mischa Auer Also released in South America as a feature version called "Bimi"
The Vanishing Legion 12 Western Ford Beebe and B. Reaves Eason Harry Carey, Edwina Booth, Rex King of the Wild Horses, Boris Karloff (voice only), Frankie Darro, Yakima Canutt, Joe Bonomo
The Galloping Ghost 12 Sports B. Reaves Eason and Benjamin H. Kline Football star Harold "Red" Grange, Dorothy Gulliver, Lon Chaney Jr. (uncredited)
The Lightning Warrior 12 Western, Animal adventure Benjamin H. Kline and Armand Schaefer Rin Tin Tin, Frankie Darro, Lafe McKee This was Rin Tin Tin's last role, being replaced in 1932 by Rin Tin Tin Jr.[39]
Metropolitan Pictures The Sign of the Wolf 10 Western Forrest Sheldon and Harry S. Webb Rex Lease, Virginia Brown Faire, Rex the Wonder Dog
Syndicate Pictures The Mystery Trooper 10 Western Stuart Paton and Harry S. Webb Robert Frazer, Buzz Barton Reissued in 1935 as "Trail of the Royal Mounted" with chapter titles all renamed
Universal Studios Finger Prints 10 Crime Ray Taylor Kenneth Harlan, Edna Murphy a lost film
Heroes of the Flames 12 Crime/ Firefighters Robert F. Hill Tim McCoy, Andy Devine, Joe Bonomo, Walter Brennan (uncredited) Print was rediscovered and preserved by Universal, but is not available on DVD
Danger Island 12 Jungle Ray Taylor Kenneth Harlan, Lucile Browne, Walter Miller, Andy Devine a lost film
Battling with Buffalo Bill 12 Western Ray Taylor Tom Tyler, Lucile Browne, Chief Thundercloud Based on a novel The Great West That Was by "Buffalo Bill" Cody[38]
The Spell of the Circus 12 Crime Robert F. Hill Francis X. Bushman Jr., Alberta Vaughn considered a lost film
1932
Mascot Pictures The Shadow of the Eagle 12 Crime, Aviation Ford Beebe John Wayne's first serial Edited into a feature film version when released years later on video[40]
The Last of the Mohicans 12 Western Ford Beebe and B. Reeves Eason Harry Carey, Hobart Bosworth Based on the novel by James Fenimore Cooper
The Hurricane Express 12 Railroad J. P. McGowan and Armand Schaefer John Wayne, Shirley Grey, Glenn Strange, Fred Toones Later released as a feature version as well[41]
The Devil Horse 12 Western Otto Brower Harry Carey, Noah Beery, Frankie Darro, Lane Chandler
RKO Radio Pictures The Last Frontier 12 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas L. Storey Lon Chaney Jr. (as The Black Ghost), Francis X. Bushman Jr. Based on a novel by Courtney Ryley Cooper; also released theatrically in 1932 as a 70-minute feature version called The Black Ghost.[42]
Universal Pictures Detective Lloyd 12 Crime Ray Taylor and Henry MacRae Jack Lloyd US/British co-production with British cast, released in Europe as Lloyd of the C.I.D.; a.k.a. The Green Spot Mystery (the feature version); a lost film
The Airmail Mystery 12 Aviation Ray Taylor James Flavin, Lucile Browne, Al Wilson, Walter Brennan a lost film
Heroes of the West 12 Western Ray Taylor Noah Beery Jr., Onslow Stevens, Diane Duval based on the novel "The Tie That Binds" by Peter B. Kyne; the novel was made into another serial in 1938 called Flaming Frontiers[43]
Jungle Mystery 12 Jungle Ray Taylor Tom Tyler, Noah Beery Jr., Cecilia Parker, William Desmond based on a novel "The Ivory Trail" by Talbot Mundy;[44] A complete print exists but only in Universal's vault
The Lost Special 12 Railroad Henry MacRae Frank Albertson, Cecilia Parker Based on a story The Lost Special by Arthur Conan Doyle
1933
Mascot Pictures The Whispering Shadow 12 Mystery Colbert Clark and Albert Herman Bela Lugosi's first sound serial Also exists as a feature version
The Three Musketeers 12 Foreign Legion Colbert Clark and Armand Schaefer John Wayne, Jack Mulhall, Ruth Hall, Lon Chaney Jr., Raymond Hatton, Robert Frazer Chaney's appearance is mainly in the first chapter; Edited later into a 1946 feature version called Desert Command
Fighting with Kit Carson 12 Western Colbert Clark and Armand Schaefer Johnny Mack Brown, Noah Beery Sr., Noah Beery Jr., Lane Chandler Released theatrically as a feature film version in 1946
The Wolf Dog 12 Western Colbert Clark and Harry L. Fraser Rin Tin Tin Jr., Frankie Darro, George Lewis Rin Tin Tin Jr.'s first serial film, having replaced the original dog star in 1932[45]
The Mystery Squadron 12 Aviation Colbert Clark and David Howard Bob Steele, J. Carrol Naish, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams
Principal Pictures Tarzan the Fearless 12 Jungle
Fantasy
Robert F. Hill Buster Crabbe, Jacqueline Wells Based on the Tarzan novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs; only the edited feature version still exists
Universal Studios Clancy of the Mounted 12 Northern Ray Taylor Tom Tyler, Jacqueline Wells, William Desmond ( Only the first 6 chapters are available on DVD, but the British Film Institute (BFI) holds a complete 35mm print of all 12 chapters)
The Phantom of the Air 12 Aviation Ray Taylor Tom Tyler, William Desmond, Walter Brennan
Gordon of Ghost City 12 Western Ray Taylor Buck Jones, Madge Bellamy, William Desmond Based on the novel "Oh Promise Me!" by Peter B. Kyne
The Perils of Pauline 12 Damsel in distress Ray Taylor Evalyn Knapp, William Desmond Sound remake of the 1914 eponymous serial
1934
Mascot Pictures The Lost Jungle 12 Jungle David Howard and Armand Schaefer Clyde Beatty, Syd Saylor, Gabby Hayes Followed by a sequel Darkest Africa in 1936
Burn 'Em Up Barnes 12 Sports (auto racing) Colbert Clark and Armand Schaefer Frankie Darro, Jack Mulhall, Lola Lane Loose remake of the 1921 silent film of the same name[46]
The Law of the Wild 12 Western, Animal adventure B. Reeves Eason and Armand Schaefer Rin Tin Tin Jr., Rex the Wonder Horse, Bob Custer, Ben Turpin, Richard Alexander
Mystery Mountain 12 Western Otto Brower and B. Reeves Eason Ken Maynard, Syd Saylor, Tarzan the Wonder Horse, Gene Autry (uncredited)
Principal Pictures The Return of Chandu 12 Fantasy Ray Taylor Bela Lugosi, Maria Alba Based on the popular Chandu the Magician radio program; later released as two separate feature versions[47]
Romance Productions Incorporated Young Eagles 12 Boy Scouts, Jungle Edward Laurier, Vin Moore Bobby Cox, Jim Vance
Universal Pictures Pirate Treasure 12 Maritime Ray Taylor Richard Talmadge
The Vanishing Shadow 12 Science fiction Lew Landers Onslow Stevens, William Desmond
The Red Rider 15 Western Lew Landers Buck Jones, Grant Withers, William Desmond Based on the short story "The Redhead from Sun Dog" by W. C. Tuttle; a remake of Buck Jones' earlier 1931 film The Range Feud[41]
Tailspin Tommy 12 Aviation Lew Landers Maurice Murphy, Noah Beery Jr., Grant Withers Based on the "Tailspin Tommy" newspaper comic strip by Hal Forrest [48]
1935
Burroughs-Tarzan Enterprises The New Adventures of Tarzan 12 Jungle
Fantasy
Edward A. Kull Herman Brix Based on the Tarzan character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Mascot Pictures The Phantom Empire 12 Western, Fantasy Otto Brower and B. Reeves Eason Gene Autry, Frankie Darro, Smiley Burnette Considered the first Science-Fiction Western[49]
The Miracle Rider 15 Western Otto Brower and B. Reeves Eason Tom Mix, Charles Middleton
The Adventures of Rex and Rinty 12 Crime, Animal adventure B. Reeves Eason and Ford Beebe Kane Richmond, Smiley Burnette, Rin Tin Tin Jr., Rex the Wonder Horse
The Fighting Marines 12 War B. Reeves Eason and Joseph Kane Grant Withers, Adrian Morris, Richard Alexander, Jason Robards Sr. Last Mascot serial; Mascot merged into Republic Pictures
Screen Attractions Queen of the Jungle 12 Jungle Robert F. Hill Mary Kornman, Reed Howes Used extensive stock footage from Jungle Goddess (1922)[50]
Super Serial Productions Inc. The Lost City 12 Science Fiction, Jungle Harry Revier Wm. (stage) Boyd, Kane Richmond, Claudia Dell, Gabby Hayes later edited into four different feature versions
Universal Pictures Rustlers of Red Dog 12 Western Lew Landers Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Chief Thundercloud Based on the book The Great West That Was by William "Buffalo Bill" Cody[51]
The Call of the Savage 12 Jungle
Fantasy
Lew Landers Noah Beery Jr. Based on a story "Jan of the Jungle" by Otis Adelbert Kline; later edited into a 70-minute feature version called Savage Fury[52]
The Roaring West 15 Western Ray Taylor Buck Jones, Frank McGlynn Sr., William Desmond
Tailspin Tommy in the Great Air Mystery 12 Aviation Ray Taylor Clark Williams, Jean Rogers, Noah Beery Jr., Grant Withers Based on the "Tailspin Tommy" comic strip by Hal Forrest [48]
1936
Beginning of the Golden Age of Serials[53]
Republic Pictures Darkest Africa 15 Jungle B. Reeves Eason and Joseph Kane Clyde Beatty, Manuel King, Elaine Shepard, Lucien Prival First Republic serial; sequel to "The Lost Jungle" (1934); later reissued as King of the Jungleland[54]
Undersea Kingdom 12 Fantasy B. Reeves Eason and Joseph Kane Ray (Crash) Corrigan, Lois Wilde, Smiley Burnette Later released as a 100-minute feature version entitled Sharad of Atlantis[55]
The Vigilantes Are Coming 12 Western Ray Taylor and Mack V. Wright Robert Livingston, Ray Corrigan, Guinn "Big Boy" Williams, Raymond Hatton Later re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for television
Robinson Crusoe of Clipper Island 14 Maritime Ray Taylor and Mack V. Wright Mala, Rex, Mamo Clark released in 1966 as a feature version called Robinson Crusoe of Mystery Island
Stage & Screen Productions (Weiss Bros.) Custer's Last Stand 15 Western Elmer Clifton Rex Lease, Frank McGlynn Jr., Chief Thundercloud features characters General Custer, Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok
Stage & Screen Productions (Weiss Bros.) The Clutching Hand 15 Mystery Albert Herman Jack Mulhall, Mae Busch, Rex Lease, Richard Alexander A Craig Kennedy mystery; also released as a 70-minute feature version[56]
Stage & Screen Productions (Weiss Bros.) The Black Coin 15 Mystery Albert Herman Ralph Graves, Ruth Mix, Dave O'Brien, Yakima Canutt
Universal Pictures The Adventures of Frank Merriwell 12 Sports Ford Beebe and Clifford Smith Donald Briggs, Jean Rogers, Carla Laemmle Based on the Frank Merriwell novels by Gilbert Patten
Flash Gordon 13 Science fiction Frederick Stephani Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, Frank Shannon, Charles Middleton, Glenn Strange (as "the Gocko") Based on the comic strip by Alex Raymond; later re-released as two different feature versions, "Rocket Ship" (72 min.) and "Spaceship to the Unknown" (90 min.)[57]
The Phantom Rider 15 Western Ray Taylor Buck Jones, Charles King
Ace Drummond 13 Aviation Ford Beebe and Clifford Smith John King, Jean Rogers, Noah Beery Jr., Lon Chaney Jr. Based on a comic strip by Eddie Rickenbacker
Victory Pictures (Sam Katzman) Shadow of Chinatown 15 Mystery, Yellow peril Robert F. Hill Bela Lugosi, Herman Brix Also exists as a feature version
1937
Columbia Pictures Jungle Menace 15 Jungle Harry L. Fraser and George Melford Frank Buck
Charlotte Henry[58]
First Columbia serial (produced by Weiss Bros.); later released as a 70-minute feature version called "Jungle Terror".
The Mysterious Pilot 15 Aviation Spencer Gordon Bennet Frank Hawks Produced by Weiss Brothers; based on a novel "The Silver Hawk" by William Byron Mowery[59]
Republic Pictures Dick Tracy 15 Crime Alan James, Ray Taylor Ralph Byrd, Smiley Burnette, Kay Hughes Based on the famous comic strip by Chester Gould
The Painted Stallion 12 Western Alan James, William Witney, Ray Taylor[41] Ray Corrigan, Hoot Gibson, Duncan Renaldo, Yakima Canutt Featured characters Kit Carson, Jim Bowie and Davy Crockett; later re-edited into a six-episode TV series, as well as a 72-minute feature version[60]
S.O.S. Coast Guard 12 Maritime, Science fiction Alan James, William Witney Ralph Byrd, Bela Lugosi, Richard Alexander Also exists as a 71-minute feature version including some newly added footage
Zorro Rides Again 12 Western William Witney, John English[41] John Carroll, Noah Beery, Duncan Renaldo, Richard Alexander Based on the Zorro character created by novelist Johnston McCulley; later released as a six-episode TV series, as well as a 68-minute eponymous feature version.[61]
Universal Pictures Jungle Jim 12 Jungle Ford Beebe and Clifford Smith Grant Withers, Henry Brandon, Raymond Hatton Based on the popular comic strip by Alex Raymond[41]
Secret Agent X-9 12 Crime Ford Beebe and Clifford Smith Scott Kolk, Jean Rogers, Henry Brandon, Lon Chaney Jr. Based on the comic strip by Dashiell Hammett and Alex Raymond
Wild West Days 13 Western Ford Beebe and Clifford Smith Johnny Mack Brown, Chief Thundercloud Based on the novel "Saint Johnson" by William R. Burnett[62]
Radio Patrol 12 Crime Ford Beebe and Clifford Smith Grant Withers, Robert Armstrong Based on the popular comic strip by Eddie Sullivan and Charles Schmidt[63]
Tim Tyler's Luck 12 Jungle Ford Beebe and Wyndham Gittens Frankie Thomas, William Benedict Based on the popular comic strip created by Lyman Young [64]
Victory Pictures (Sam Katzman) Blake of Scotland Yard 15 Crime Robert F. Hill Ralph Byrd, Joan Barclay, Dickie Jones Last independent American serial; also released as a 73-minute feature version
1938
Columbia Pictures The Secret of Treasure Island 15 Jungle Elmer Clifton Don Terry, Gwen Gaze, Walter Miller, Grant Withers Last serial produced by Weiss Bros.; based on a serialized story "Murder at Pirate Castle" (1936) by L. Ron Hubbard; Bela Lugosi was originally slated to co-star[65]
The Great Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok 15 Western Mack V. Wright and Sam Nelson William Elliott, Frankie Darro, Dickie Jones, Ray Mala, Chief Thundercloud, Kenne Duncan
The Spider's Web 15 Superhero Ray Taylor and James W. Horne Warren Hull, Kenne Duncan, Iris Meredith, Nestor Paiva, Byron Foulger Based on a popular 1930s pulp magazine; followed by a sequel The Spider Returns (1941)[66]
Republic Pictures The Lone Ranger 15 Western William Witney and John English Lee Powell, Chief Thundercloud, Herman Brix, Lane Chandler Based on the popular 1930s radio program; later released as a 69-minute feature version called Hi-Yo Silver[67]
The Fighting Devil Dogs 12 Science fiction William Witney and John English Lee Powell, Herman Brix Later re-edited into a 69-minute feature version for TV, retitled Torpedo of Doom
Dick Tracy Returns 15 Crime William Witney and John English Ralph Byrd, Charles Middleton, David Sharpe Based on the famous comic strip by Chester Gould; re-released theatrically in July 1948
Hawk of the Wilderness 12 Jungle William Witney and John English Herman Brix, Mala, Monte Blue, Noble Johnson based on the novel by William L. Chester[68] later re-edited and released to TV as The Lost Island of Kioga
Universal Studios Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars 15 Science fiction Frederick Stephani Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, Charles Middleton, Frank Shannon, Richard alexander, Kenne Duncan Based on the comic strip by Alex Raymond; later retitled Space Soldiers' Trip to Mars for TV release
Flaming Frontiers 15 Western Alan James and Ray Taylor Johnny Mack Brown, Charles Middleton, Chief Thundercloud based on "The Tie That Binds" (a novel) by Peter B. Kyne; later re-edited for TV release in 1966[43]
Red Barry 13 Crime Alan James Buster Crabbe, Wheeler Oakman, Philip Ahn Based on the comic strip by Will Gould[69]
1939
Columbia Pictures Flying G-Men 15 Aviation Ray Taylor and James W. Horne Robert Paige, Richard Fiske, James Craig, Lorna Gray
Mandrake the Magician 12 Fantasy Sam Nelson and Norman Deming Warren Hull, Al Kikume Based on the popular comic strip created by Lee Falk
Overland with Kit Carson 15 Western Sam Nelson and Norman Deming Bill Elliott, Richard Fiske, Iris Meredith, Kenne Duncan
Republic Pictures The Lone Ranger Rides Again 15 Western William Witney and John English Robert Livingston, Chief Thundercloud, Glenn Strange, Duncan Renaldo Based on the popular 1930s "Lone Ranger" radio program
Daredevils of the Red Circle 12 Adventure William Witney and John English Charles Quigley, Herman Brix, David Sharpe, Carole Landis, Charles Middleton Later re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for television[70]
Dick Tracy's G-Men 15 Crime William Witney and John English Ralph Byrd, Irving Pichel, Ted Pearson, Phylis Isley Based on the famous comic strip by Chester Gould; re-released theatrically in Sept., 1955[71]
Zorro's Fighting Legion 12 Western William Witney and John English Reed Hadley Based on the Zorro character created by novelist Johnston McCulley; later re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for TV
Universal Pictures Scouts to the Rescue 12 Boy scouts Alan James and Ray Taylor Jackie Cooper, Jason Robards Sr., Bill Cody Jr.
Buck Rogers 12 Science fiction Ford Beebe and Saul A. Goodkind Buster Crabbe, Henry Brandon, Philson Ahn, Anthony Warde, Constance Moore, Jackie Moran, Kenne Duncan Based on the popular comic strip by Philip Francis Nowlan; later re-edited into 2 separate feature versions, Destination Saturn and Planet Outlaws[72]
The Oregon Trail 15 Western Ford Beebe and Saul A. Goodkind Johnny Mack Brown, Fuzzy Knight, Roy Barcroft
The Phantom Creeps 12 Science fiction Ford Beebe and Saul A. Goodkind Bela Lugosi, Edward Van Sloan, Regis Toomey, Ed Wolff (as the Robot) Also exists as a 78-minute feature version; contains stock footage from The Invisible Ray (1936)[73]

1940s

Production Company Title Chapters Genre Director Cast Notes
1940
Columbia Pictures The Shadow 15 Crime/ Superhero James W. Horne Victor Jory, Robert Fiske, Veda Ann Borg Based on the radio program and pulp magazine series
Terry and the Pirates 15 Jungle James W. Horne William Tracy, Granville Owen Based on the "Terry and the Pirates" newspaper comic strip created by Milton Caniff
Deadwood Dick 15 Western James W. Horne Don Douglas
Lane Chandler
Lorna Gray
Kenne Duncan
Character loosely based on "Zorro"[74]
The Green Archer 15 Mystery James W. Horne Victor Jory, Iris Meredith, James Craven, Kenne Duncan Based on the 1923 novel by Edgar Wallace[75]
Republic Pictures Drums of Fu Manchu 15 Yellow Peril
Mystery
William Witney and John English Henry Brandon, Olaf Hytton, William Royle, Dwight Frye Based on the character created by Sax Rohmer; also released as a 69-minute feature version with an altered ending[76][77]
Adventures of Red Ryder 12 Western William Witney and John English Don "Red" Barry, Noah Beery Sr., Tommy Cook, Maude Pierce Allen Based on the western comic strip by Fred Harmon[78]
King of the Royal Mounted 12 Northern William Witney and John English Allan Lane, Robert Strange, Herbert Rawlinson Based on the comic strip written by Zane Grey; also released as a 68-minute feature version called The Yukon Patrol[79]
Mysterious Doctor Satan 15 Superhero William Witney and John English Eduardo Ciannelli, Robert Wilcox, C. Montague Shaw, Tom Steele (as the Robot) Features a hero called "The Copperhead"; originally written as a never-produced Republic "Superman" serial; later re-edited into a seven episode TV series, as well as a 100-minute feature version called Doctor Satan's Robot[80][81]
Universal Pictures The Green Hornet 13 Crime/Superhero Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe Gordon Jones, Keye Luke, Anne Nagel Based on the popular radio program by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker; some home video versions are heavily edited
Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe 12 Science fiction/Superhero Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe Buster Crabbe, Carol Hughes, Charles Middleton, Frank Shannon, Ray Mala Based on the famous comic strip by Alex Raymond; later released as three separate re-edited feature versions, entitled "Purple Death from Outer Space", "Perils from the Planet Mongo" and "Space Soldiers Conquer the Universe".[82]
Winners of the West 13 Western Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe Dick Foran, Anne Nagel, Roy Barcroft
Junior G-Men 12 Crime John Rawlins and Ford Beebe Dead End Kids, Little Tough Guys, David Sharpe
1941
Columbia Pictures White Eagle 15 Western James W. Horne Buck Jones, Raymond Hatton, Dorothy Fay, Kenne Duncan Remake of a 1932 Buck Jones western film also called "White Eagle"
The Spider Returns 15 Crime/ Superhero James W. Horne Warren Hull, Kenne Duncan, Mary Ainslee Based on the 1930s pulp magazine character "The Spider"; sequel to The Spider's Web (1938); an 80-minute feature version exists that was shown in England
The Iron Claw 15 Mystery James W. Horne Charles Quigley, Joyce Bryant, Alex Callam
Holt of the Secret Service 15 Crime James W. Horne Jack Holt, Evelyn Brent, Tristram Coffin
Republic Pictures Adventures of Captain Marvel 12 Superhero William Witney and John English Tom Tyler, William Benedict, Louise Currie, Kenne Duncan Based on the popular Captain Marvel comic book series; later reissued to theaters in 1953 as Return of Captain Marvel
Jungle Girl 15 Jungle William Witney and John English Frances Gifford, Tom Neal, Gerald Mohr, Emil Van Horn (as the Gorilla) Based on the 1932 novel "Jungle Girl" by Edgar Rice Burroughs; re-released to theaters in 1947; followed by a sequel The Perils of Nyoka (1942)
King of the Texas Rangers 12 Western William Witney and John English Slingin' Sammy Baugh, Neil Hamilton, Duncan Renaldo, Kenne Duncan Later re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for television[83]
Dick Tracy vs. Crime, Inc. 15 Crime William Witney and John English Ralph Byrd, Ralph Morgan, John Davidson, Jan Wiley Based on the famous comic strip by Chester Gould; later re-released theatrically in 1952 as Dick Tracy vs. Phantom Empire; featured stock footage from Deluge (1933)
Universal Pictures The Green Hornet Strikes Again! 15 Crime/Superhero John Rawlins and Ford Beebe Warren Hull, Keye Luke, Anne Nagel Based on the Green Hornet radio program by George W. Trendle and Fran Striker
Sky Raiders 12 Aviation Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe Donald Woods, Billy Halop, Robert Armstrong, Eduardo Ciannelli
Riders of Death Valley 15 Western Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe Buck Jones, Dick Foran, Leo Carrillo, Lon Chaney Jr., Glenn Strange, Roy Barcroft, Richard Alexander
Sea Raiders 12 Maritime Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe The Dead End Kids and the Little Tough Guys, Richard Alexander
1942
Columbia Pictures Captain Midnight 15 Superhero James W. Horne Dave O'Brien, James Craven Based on the "Captain Midnight" radio adventure serial broadcast from 1938 to 1949
Perils of the Royal Mounted 15 Western James W. Horne Robert Kellard, Kenneth MacDonald, Iron Eyes Cody, Kermit Maynard
The Secret Code 15 Spy Spencer Gordon Bennet Paul Kelly, Anne Nagel, Frank Shannon, Kenne Duncan Features a hero called "The Black Commando"[84]
The Valley of Vanishing Men 15 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Bill Elliott, Slim Summerville, Kenne Duncan
Republic Pictures Spy Smasher 12 War Superhero William Witney Kane Richmond, Tristram Coffin, Marguerite Chapman Based on the Fawcett Comics "Spy Smasher" character; later released to TV as a 100-minute feature version Spy Smasher Returns
Perils of Nyoka 15 Jungle William Witney Kay Aldridge, Clayton Moore, Lorna Gray, Charles Middleton, Tristram Coffin, William Benedict, Kenne Duncan Based on the 1932 Edgar Rice Burroughs novel "Jungle Girl"; later re-released to theatres in 1952 as "Nyoka and the Tiger Men"; later released to TV as a 100-minute feature version called "Nyoka and the Lost Secrets of Hippocrates"
King of the Mounties 12 Northern William Witney Allan Lane, Peggy Drake Originally intended to be the 2nd Spy Smasher serial; recently restored by SerialSquadron.com, completing Chapter Three.[85]
Universal Pictures Don Winslow of the Navy 12 Maritime Ray Taylor and Ford Beebe Don Terry, Anne Nagel Based on the popular comic strip by Commander Frank V. Martinek
Gang Busters 13 Crime Ray Taylor and Noel M. Smith Kent Taylor. Irene Hervey, Ralph Morgan, Robert Armstrong Based on the popular "Gang Busters" radio program; re-released theatrically in 1949[86]
Junior G-Men of the Air 12 Aviation Ray Taylor, Lewis D. Collins The Dead End Kids, Turhan Bey, William Benedict, Lionel Atwill, Frankie Darro
Overland Mail 15 Western John Rawlins and Ford Beebe Lon Chaney Jr., Noah Beery Sr., Noah Beery Jr., Don Terry, Bob Baker Based on the short story by Johnston McCulley; later released as a feature version called "The Indian Raiders"
1943
Columbia Pictures Batman 15 Superhero Lambert Hillyer Lewis Wilson, Douglas Croft, J. Carrol Naish, Charles Middleton, Kenne Duncan Based on the popular comic book series from DC Comics; reissued theatrically in 1965
The Phantom 15 Jungle/ Superhero B. Reeves Eason Tom Tyler, Jeanne Bates, frank Shannon Based on Lee Falk's popular newspaper comic strip ; followed by a 1955 sequel The Adventures of Capt. Africa[87]
Republic Pictures G-Men vs The Black Dragon 15 Spy Spencer Gordon Bennet Rod Cameron, Roland Got, George J. Lewis Later released as a 100-minute feature version called Black Dragon of Manzanar; followed by a 1943 sequel called Secret Service in Darkest Africa
Daredevils of the West 12 Western John English Allan Lane, Kay Aldridge, Chief Thundercloud, Jay Silverheels, Kenne Duncan Film was incomplete for years, but was restored and released on DVD in 2011
Secret Service in Darkest Africa 15 Spy Spencer Gordon Bennet Rod Cameron, Duncan Renaldo, Joan Marsh Later re-released theatrically in 1954 as Manhunt in the African Jungles; later released as a feature version called The Baron's African War
The Masked Marvel 12 Superhero Spencer Gordon Bennet Tom Steele, Louis Currie, Tom Steele, Johnny Arthur Later released as a 100-minute feature version called Sakima and the Masked Marvel
Universal Pictures The Adventures of Smilin' Jack 13 Aviation Ray Taylor, Lewis D. Collins Tom Brown, Keye Luke, Sidney Toler, Turhan Bey, Jay Novello Based on the popular newspaper comic strip by Zack Mosley
Don Winslow of the Coast Guard 13 War Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Don Terry, Philip Ahn, Nestor Paiva, Walter Sande Based on the popular newspaper comic strip "Don Winslow of the Navy" by Frank V. Martinbek
Adventures of the Flying Cadets 13 Aviation Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Johnny Downs, Bobby Jordan, Robert Armstrong, William Benedict, Robert Armstrong, Billy Halop, Eduardo Ciannelli, Ian Keith
1944
Columbia Pictures The Desert Hawk 15 Adventure B. Reeves Eason Gilbert Roland, Charles Middleton, Chief Thundercloud, Elmo Lincoln
Black Arrow 15 Western B. Reeves Eason and Lew Landers Robert Scott, Charles Middleton, Elmo Lincoln
Republic Pictures Captain America 15 Superhero Elmer Clifton and John English Dick Purcell, Lionel Atwill, Edward Van Sloan, Lorna Gray, Kenne Duncan Based on the popular comic book series by Marvel Comics; the chapters were re-released theatrically in 1953 as The Return of Captain America
The Tiger Woman 12 Jungle Spencer Gordon Bennet Linda Stirling, Allan Lane, Duncan Renaldo, George J. Lewis, Kenne Duncan Re-released theatrically in 1951 as Perils of the Darkest Jungle; released in 1966 as a feature version called Jungle Gold
Haunted Harbor 15 Maritime Spencer Gordon Bennet Kane Richmond, Roy Barcroft, Kay Aldridge, Kenne Duncan Based on the novel by Ewart Adamson (aka Dayle Douglas); re-released theatrically in 1951 as Pirates' Harbor
Zorro's Black Whip 12 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Linda Stirling, Francis McDonald, George J. Lewis[41] Based on the Zorro character created by Johnston McCulley, but due to legalities, the character was called "The Black Whip" (not Zorro) in this serial; re-released theatrically in 1957[88]
Universal Pictures The Great Alaskan Mystery 13 Mystery Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Milburn Stone, Martin Kosleck, Ralph Morgan, Edgar Kennedy, Fuzzy Knight
Raiders of Ghost City 13 Western Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Dennis Moore, Lionel Atwill, Wanda McKay, Virginia Christine
Mystery of the River Boat 13 Western Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Robert Lowery, Mantan Moreland, Lyle Talbot
1945
End of the Golden Age of Serials[53]
Columbia Pictures Brenda Starr, Reporter 13 Crime Wallace Fox Joan Woodbury, Kane Richmond, Syd Saylor, Wheeler Oakman Based on the popular comic strip created by Dale Messick
The Monster and the Ape 15 Science fiction Howard Bretherton Robert Lowery, Ralph Morgan, Willie Best, Ray Corrigan (as the Ape)
Jungle Raiders 15 Jungle Lesley Selander Kane Richmond, Carol Hughes, Charles King, Veda Ann Borg
Who's Guilty? 15 Mystery Howard Bretherton and Wallace Grissell Robert Kent, Amelita Ward, Charles Middleton, Minerva Urecal
Republic Pictures Manhunt of Mystery Island 15 Jungle/ science fiction Spencer Gordon Bennet Linda Stirling, Richard Bailey, Roy Barcroft, Kenne Duncan Re-released theatrically in 1956; later released as a 100-minute feature version called Captain Mephisto and the Transformation Machine
Federal Operator 99 12 Crime Spencer Gordon Bennet Marten Lamont, Helen Talbot, Lorna Gray, George J. Lewis Re-released theatrically in 1956; later reissued as a feature version called F.B.I. 99[89]
The Purple Monster Strikes 15 Science fiction Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C. Brannon Linda Stirling, Dennis Moore, Roy Barcroft, James Craven, Kenne Duncan Re-released theatrically in 1957; later released as a 100-minute feature version called D-Day on Mars
Universal Pictures Jungle Queen 13 Jungle Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Ruth Roman, Edward Norris, Douglas Dumbrille, Clarence Muse Later re-edited into a feature version called Jungle Safari in 1956
The Master Key 13 Crime Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Milburn Stone, Lash Larue, Dennis Moore, Byron Foulger
Secret Agent X-9 13 Spy Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Lloyd Bridges, Keye Luke, Samuel S. Hinds Based on the comic strip created by Dashiell Hammett and Alex Raymond
The Royal Mounted Rides Again 13 Northern Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Bill Kennedy, George Dolenz, Milburn Stone, Robert Armstrong
1946
Columbia Pictures Hop Harrigan 15 Aviation Derwin Abrahams William Bakewell, Wheeler Oakman, Jennifer Holt Based on the "Hop Harrigan" comic book published by DC Comics
Chick Carter, Detective 15 Crime Derwin Abrahams Lyle Talbot, George Meeker, Charles King, Pamela Blake Based on the popular radio program "Chick Carter, Boy Detective"
Son of the Guardsman 15 Medieval adventure Derwin Abrahams Bob Shaw, Robert "Buzz" Henry, Jock Mahoney Based on the Robin Hood legend (but Robin Hood is not a character in the film)
Republic Pictures The Phantom Rider 12 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C. Brannon Robert Kent, Peggy Stewart, Kenne Duncan, Roy Barcroft, Chief Thundercloud later re-released theatrically in 1954 as "Ghost Riders of the West"[90]
King of the Forest Rangers 12 Northern Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C. Brannon Larry Thompson, Helen Talbot, Anthony Warde Later re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for television
Daughter of Don Q 12 Crime Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C. Brannon Lorna Gray, Kirk Alyn, LeRoy Mason, Roy Barcroft Features a female "Zorro" character called Dolores Quantero
The Crimson Ghost 12 Science fiction William Witney and Fred C. Brannon Charles Quigley, Linda Stirling, Clayton Moore, Kenne Duncan, I. Stanford Jolley [41] Also released to TV in the 1950s as a six-episode TV program; later released as a 100-minute feature version called Cyclotrode X; one of the few serials ever to be colorized on home video
Universal Pictures The Scarlet Horseman 13 Western Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Paul Guilfoyle, Virginia Christine, Kenne Duncan
Lost City of the Jungle 13 Jungle Ray Taylor and Lewis D. Collins Russell Hayden, Jane Adams, Lionel Atwill, Keye Luke (Atwill died during filming)
The Mysterious Mr. M 13 Science fiction Lewis D. Collins and Vernon Keays Richard Martin, Pamela Blake, Dennis Moore Last Universal serial
1947
Columbia Pictures Jack Armstrong 15 Science fiction Wallace Fox John Hart, Rosemary LaPlanche, Pierre Watkin, Wheeler Oakman, Charles Middleton Based on the popular radio program "Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy"
The Vigilante 15 Western/ Superhero Wallace Fox Ralph Byrd, Ramsay Ames, Lyle Talbot Based on the DC Comics character, The Vigilante (character)
The Sea Hound 15 Maritime Walter B. Eason and Mack V. Wright Buster Crabbe, Jimmy Lloyd, Pamela Blake Based on the 1940s radio program The Sea Hound featuring the seafaring character Capt. Silver[91]
Brick Bradford 15 Science fiction Spencer Gordon Bennet Kane Richmond, Rick Vallin, Carol Forman, John Merton, John Hart Based on the Brick Bradford newspaper comic strip created by Clarence Gray[92]
Republic Pictures Son of Zorro 13 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C. Brannon George Turner, Peggy Stewart, Roy Barcroft Based on the Zorro character created by novelist Johnston McCulley; later re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for television[93]
Jesse James Rides Again 13 Western Fred C. Brannon Clayton Moore. Linda Stirling First of Republic's three "Jesse James" serials; re-released theatrically in March 1955 [94]
The Black Widow 13 Spy Spencer Gordon Bennet and Fred C. Brannon Bruce Edwards, Carol Forman, Ramsay Ames, Anthony Warde, I. Stanford Jolley Also re-edited into six 26-minute episodes for TV; later released as a 100-minute feature version called "Sombra, the Spider Woman"
1948
Columbia Pictures Tex Granger 15 Western Derwin Abrahams Robert Kellard, Peggy Stewart, Robert "Buzz" Henry, I. Stanford Jolley Based on a character in "Calling All Boys" (a comic book) and a novel called The Last Frontier by Courtney Ryley Cooper
Superman 15 Superhero Spencer Gordon Bennet Kirk Alyn, Noel Neill, Pierre Watkin, Tommy Bond, Carol Forman, Herbert Rawlinson Based on the famous DC Comics comic book character; followed by a 1950 sequel Atom Man Vs. Superman
Congo Bill 15 Jungle Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr Don McGuire, Cleo Moore, Jack Ingram Based on the famous DC Comics comic book character
Republic Pictures G-Men Never Forget 12 Crime Fred C. Brannon Clayton Moore, Roy Barcroft, Ramsay Ames Later released as a 100-minute feature version entitled Code 645
Dangers of the Canadian Mounted 12 Northern Fred C. Brannon Jim Bannon, Anthony Warde, Virginia Belmont Re-released theatrically in 1965; also released as a 100-minute feature version called R.C.M.P. and the Treasure of Genghis Khan[95]
Adventures of Frank and Jesse James 13 Western Fred C. Brannon, Yakima Canutt Clayton Moore, Noel Neill, George J. Lewis, Steve Darrell Re-released theatrically in 1956
1949
Columbia Pictures Bruce Gentry 15 Aviation, Science fiction Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr Tom Neal, Tristram Coffin, Forrest Taylor Based on the "Bruce Gentry" newspaper comic strip created by Ray Bailey
Batman and Robin 15 Superhero Spencer Gordon Bennet Robert Lowery, Johnny Duncan, Jane Adams, Lyle Talbot Based on the famous DC Comics comic book characters; re-released theatrically in 1965
Adventures of Sir Galahad 15 Fantasy Spencer Gordon Bennet George Reeves, Nelson Leigh, William Fawcett, Hugh Prosser Based on the King Arthur legend
Republic Pictures Federal Agents vs. Underworld, Inc 12 Crime Fred C. Brannon Kirk Alyn, Rosemary Planche, Roy Barcroft, Carol Forman, Tristram Coffin Later released as a 100-minute feature version called "The Golden Hands of Kurigal"
Ghost of Zorro 12 Western Fred C. Brannon Clayton Moore, Roy Barcroft, George J. Lewis, Based on the Zorro character created by novelist Johnston McCulley; later released as a 69-minute feature version as well[96]
King of the Rocket Men 12 Science fiction Fred C. Brannon Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, James Craven, I. Stanford Jolley Inspired by the Buck Rogers serial character; re-released theatrically in 1956; released as a 65-minute feature version called Lost Planet Airman [97]
The James Brothers of Missouri 12 Western Fred C. Brannon Noel Neill, Keith Richards, Robert Bice, Roy Barcroft
Radar Patrol vs Spy King 12 Spy Fred C. Brannon Kirk Alyn, John Merton, Tristram Coffin, George J. Lewis

1950s

Production Company Title Chapters Genre Director Cast Notes
1950
Columbia Pictures Cody of the Pony Express 15 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Jock Mahoney, Dickie Moore, Peggy Stewart, George J. Lewis Based loosely on the life of Buffalo Bill Cody
Atom Man vs. Superman 15 Superhero Spencer Gordon Bennet Kirk Alyn, Noel Neill, Lyle Talbot, Tommy Bond Based on the Superman comic book character published by DC Comics
Pirates of the High Seas 15 Maritime/ Jungle Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr Buster Crabbe, Lois Hall, Tristram Coffin
Great Britain Instructional The Mystery of the Snakeskin Belt[98] 8 Jungle adventure Frank Cadman Colin Barlow, Ursula Strachey, Cyril Wentzel British; Last independent serial; filmed in Zimbabwe[99]
Republic Pictures The Invisible Monster 12 Science fiction Fred C. Brannon Richard Webb, Aline Towne, Lane Bradford, Stanley Price Later released as a 100-minute feature version called Slaves of the Invisible Monster
Desperadoes of the West 12 Western Fred C. Brannon Richard Powers, Roy Barcroft, I. Stanford Jolley
Flying Disc Man from Mars 12 Science fiction Fred C. Brannon Walter Reed, Lois Collier, Harry Lauter, James Craven Reuses the villain's costume from The Purple Monster Strikes (1945); later released as a 75-minute feature version called Missile Monsters[100]
1951
Columbia Pictures Roar of the Iron Horse 15 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet, Thomas Carr Jock Mahoney, Virginia Herrick, Myron Healy
Mysterious Island 15 Science fiction,
Fantasy
Spencer Gordon Bennet Richard Crane, Marshall Reed, Karen Randle, Tom Tyler (uncredited) Based on The Mysterious Island by Jules Verne
Captain Video: Master of the Stratosphere 15 Science fiction Spencer Gordon Bennet, Wallace Grissell Judd Holdren, Larry Stewart, Gene Roth, Skelton Knaggs Only serial adapted from a television program; reissued theatrically in 1958, 1960, and 1963
Republic Pictures Don Daredevil Rides Again 12 Western Fred C. Brannon Ken Curtis, Roy Barcroft, Aline Townes, I. Stanford Jolley Similar in theme to Zorro; includes stock footage from Zorro's Black Whip (1944)
Government Agents vs. Phantom Legion 12 Spy Fred C. Brannon Walter Reed, Mary Ellen Kay, Dick Curtis
1952
Columbia Pictures King of the Congo 15 Jungle
Fantasy
Spencer Gordon Bennet, Wallace Grissell Buster Crabbe, Gloria Dea, Rick Vallin, Leonard Penn Based on the 1950s Thun'da comic book series drawn by Frank Frazetta
Blackhawk 15 Aviation Spencer Gordon Bennet, Fred F. Sears Kirk Alyn, Carol Forman, Rick Vallin, John Crawford Based on the Blackhawk DC Comics comic book series
Son of Geronimo 15 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Clayton Moore, Marshall Red, Rick Vallin, Rodd Redwing, Lyle Talbot
Republic Pictures Radar Men from the Moon 12 Science fiction Fred C. Brannon George D. Wallace, Aline Towne, Roy Barcroft, Clayton Moore 1st appearance of "Commando Cody"; later released as a 100-minute feature version called Retik, the Moon Menace (some videos were also released under the title Commando Cody vs. the Moon Menace)[101]
Zombies of the Stratosphere 12 Science fiction Fred C. Brannon Judd Holdren, Leonard Nimoy, Aline Towne, Lane Bradford, John Crawford Commando Cody is called "Larry Martin" in this sequel to Radar Men From the Moon; later released as a 70-minute B&W feature version called Satan's Satellites; also available colorized on VHS Home Video at 93 minutes
1953
Columbia Pictures The Lost Planet 15 Science fiction Spencer Gordon Bennet Judd Holdren, Vivian Mason, Ted Thorpe, Gene Roth Semi-sequel to the 1951 Captain Video serial[41]
The Great Adventures of Captain Kidd 15 Maritime Derwin Abrahams and Charles S. Gould Richard Crane, David Bruce, George Wallace, John Crawford, Marshall Reed Loosely based on the life story of Captain William Kidd
Republic Pictures Jungle Drums of Africa 12 Jungle Fred C. Brannon Phyllis Coates, Clayton Moore, Johnny Spencer Later released as a feature version called U-238 and the Witch Doctor
Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe 12 Science fiction Franklin Adreon, Fred C. Brannon, Harry Keller Judd Holdren, Richard Crane, Aline Towne, William Schallert, Lyle Talbot Released first theatrically in 1953 as a 12-episode serial (each episode was self-contained), then later released to television in 1955 as a 12-episode television series
Canadian Mounties vs. Atomic Invaders 12 Mountie spy Franklin Adreon Bill Henry, Susan Morrow, Arthur Space, Later released as a 100-minute feature version called Missile Base at Taniak
1954
Columbia Pictures Gunfighters of the Northwest 15 Northern Spencer Gordon Bennet, Charles S. Gould Clayton Moore, Jock Mahoney, Phyllis Coates, Lyle Talbot, Marshall Reed, Rodd Redwing
Riding with Buffalo Bill 15 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Marshall Reed, Rick Vallin, Shirley Whitney Includes stock footage from Deadwood Dick (1940)
Republic Pictures Trader Tom of the China Seas 12 Maritime Franklin Adreon Phyllis Coates, Harry Lauter, Robert Shayne, Aline Towne, Lyle Talbot Later released as a 100-minute feature version called Target: Sea of China
Man with the Steel Whip 12 Western Franklin Adreon Richard Simmons, Barbara Bestar, Roy Barcroft, Dale Van Sickel Features a character called El Latigo, very similar to Zorro; used stock footage from all of the earlier Republic "Zorro" serials[102]
1955
Columbia Pictures The Adventures of Captain Africa 15 Jungle Spencer Gordon Bennet John Hart, Rick Vallin, Ben Weldon Intended as a sequel to The Phantom; includes stock footage from The Phantom, Jungle Menace, and The Desert Hawk
Republic Pictures Panther Girl of the Kongo 12 Jungle Franklin Adreon Phyllis Coates, Myron Healy, Arthur Space, David Sharpe (stunt double) Later released as a 100-minute feature version called The Claw Monsters; includes stock footage from Jungle Girl (serial) and Perils of Nyoka
King of the Carnival 12 Crime Franklin Adreon Harry Lauter, Robert Shayne, Rick Vallin, Robert Clarke Last Republic serial. Includes stock footage from Daredevils of the Red Circle
1956
Columbia Pictures Perils of the Wilderness 15 Northern Spencer Gordon Bennet Dennis Moore, Richard Emory, Kenneth MacDonald, Rick Vallin Includes stock footage from Perils of the Royal Mounted
Blazing the Overland Trail 15 Western Spencer Gordon Bennet Dennis Moore, Lee Roberts, Kermit Maynard, Norma Brooks Last Columbia serial; last major-studio serial; Includes stock footage from White Eagle (1941).
1957
Shintoho Super Giant 9 Superhero Teruo Ishii Ken Utsui, Shōji Nakayama Japanese tokusatsu film serial; later released to U.S. television as four separate Starman features.

See also

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