|Directed by||James W. Horne
|Produced by||Larry Darmour|
|Written by||Robert E. Kent
Sherman L. Lowe
|Music by||Morris Stoloff
|Cinematography||Benjamin H. Kline|
|Edited by||Richard Fantl|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Running time||15 chapters (300 min)|
Three government aviators, Hal Andrews (Robert Paige), Bart Davis (Richard Fiske) and John Cummings (James Craig) called the "Flying G-Men", one of whom is disguised as "The Black Falcon" (Robert Paige), fight to protect the US and its allies from an enemy spy ring and to avenge the death of the fourth Flying G-Man, Charles Bronson (Stanley Brown).
Bronson was killed when he attempted to stop enemy agents from stealing the new McKay military aircraft, designed by Billy McKay (Sammy McKim). The Junior Air Defenders are also enlisted to help the Flying G-Men. A plot to infiltrate all military factories and airports is discovered but the spy chief called "The Professor"(Forbes Murray) is unknown. Suspecting Marvin Brewster, the owner of a local airport, is The Professor. The G-Men find that he has kidnapped Babs McKay (Lorna Gray), but they follow him to the spy hideout to capture Brewster and rescue Babs.
- Challenge in the Sky
- Flight of the Condemned
- The Vulture's Nest
- The Falcon Strikes
- Flight from Death
- Phantom of the Sky
- Trapped by Radio
- The Midnight Watch
- Wings of Terror
- Flaming Wreckage
- While a Nation Sleeps
- Sealed Orders
- Flame Island
- Jaws of Death
- The Falcon's Reward
- Robert Paige as Hal Andrews, Flying G-Man, and "The Black Falcon"
- Richard Fiske as Bart Davis, Flying G-Man
- James Craig as John Cummings, Flying G-Man
- Lorna Gray as Babs McKay
- Sammy McKim as Billy McKay
- Stanley Brown as Charles Bronson, Flying G-Man
- Don Beddoe as W. S. Hamilton
- Forbes Murray as Marvin Brewster and The Professor, the villainous owner of a local airport
- Lee Prather as Simmons
- Beatrice Blinn as Brewster's secretary
- Ann Doran as Hamilton's secretary
- Dick Curtis as Korman, a henchman
- Eddie Laughton as Hall, a henchman
- John Tyrrell as Williams
- Eddie Fetherston as Borden, a geologist
- Weiss, and Goodgold 1984, pp. 143–144.
- Cline 1984, p. 223.
- Farmer 1984, p. 308.
- Wynne 1987, p. 152.
- Cline, William C. "Filmography". In the Nick of Time. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., 1984. ISBN 0-7864-0471-X.
- Farmer, James H. Celluloid Wings: The Impact of Movies on Aviation. Blue Ridge Summit, Pennsylvania: Tab Books Inc., 1984. ISBN 978-0-83062-374-7.
- Weiss, Ken and Ed Goodgold. To be Continued ...: A Complete Guide to Motion Picture Serials. New York: Bonanza Books, 1973. ISBN 0-517-166259.
- Wynne, H. Hugh. The Motion Picture Stunt Pilots and Hollywood's Classic Aviation Movies. Missoula, Montana: Pictorial Histories Publishing Co., 1987. ISBN 0-933126-85-9.
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Flying G-Men (1939)
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