White Eagle (1941 serial)

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For the film of the same name and year, see White Eagle (1941 film).
White Eagle
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Directed by James W. Horne[1]
Produced by Larry Darmour
Written by Fred Myton (story)
Morgan B. Cox
John Cutting
Arch Heath
Lawrence Taylor
(screenplay)
Starring Buck Jones
Raymond Hatton
Dorothy Fay
James Craven
Jack Ingram
Narrated by Knox Manning
Music by Lee Zahler
Cinematography James S. Brown Jr.
Edited by Dwight Caldwell
Earl Turner
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates
  • January 4, 1941 (1941-01-04)
Running time
15 episodes
290 minutes
Country United States
Language English

White Eagle is the eighth serial released by Columbia Pictures and was based on a 1943 western film starring Buck Jones.[2]

Plot[edit]

White Eagle, a Pony Express Rider, is the son of a massacred Army officer who has been raised by an Indian tribe. He believes himself to be the son of the tribal chief, and is working to get a peace treaty signed between the Indians and the white settlers. But 'Dandy' Darnell, a notorious and merciless outlaw, tries to keep the fight alive by sending his henchmen to stir up trouble, partly due to his wish to grab hundreds of thousands of acres in the western territories for himself and also to incite a war with the Indians along the territory. This serial was inspired by the 1932 movie of the same name, again starring Buck Jones in the title role.

Cast[edit]

Chapter titles[edit]

  1. Flaming Teepees
  2. The Jail Delivery
  3. The Dive into Quicksands
  4. The Warning Death Knife
  5. Treachery at the Stockade
  6. The Gun-Cane Murder
  7. The Revealing Blotter
  8. Bird-calls of Deliverance
  9. The Fake Telegram
  10. Mystic Dots and Dashes
  11. The Ear at the Window
  12. The Massacre Invitation
  13. The Framed-up Showdown
  14. The Fake Army General
  15. Treachery Downed

Source:[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ White Eagle at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ White Eagle at AllMovie
  3. ^ Cline, William C. "Filmography". In the Nick of Time. McFarland & Company, Inc. p. 229. ISBN 0-7864-0471-X. 
  4. ^ "White Eagle" (in Spanish). Cinefania.com. Retrieved 2010-11-24.