The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt

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The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt
The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Peter Godfrey
Produced by Joseph Sistrom
Screenplay by Jonathan Latimer
Starring Warren William
Ida Lupino
Rita Hayworth
Virginia Weidler
Ralph Morgan
Tom Dugan
Music by Joseph Nussbaum
Cinematography Allen G. Siegler
Edited by Otto Meyer
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date
  • January 27, 1939 (1939-01-27)
Running time
71 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Lone Wolf Spy Hunt is a 1939 American adventure film directed by Peter Godfrey and written by Jonathan Latimer. The film stars Warren William, Ida Lupino, Rita Hayworth, Virginia Weidler, Ralph Morgan and Tom Dugan. The film was released by Columbia Pictures on January 27, 1939.[1][2] Lone Wolf Spy Hunt is a remake of 1929's The Lone Wolf's Daughter.

The Lone Wolf character dates back to 1914, when author Louis Joseph Vance invented him for a series of books.[3] Warren Williams starred in a total of nine Lone Wolf films.


The Lone Wolf (Warren William) is determined to remain reformed for the sake of his daughter Patricia (Virginia Weidler), but a gang of foreign spies abducts Lanyard and force him to steal the blueprints for a secret anti-aircraft gun. Ever the ladies' man, Lanyard has two lovelies to contend with here: pretty heiress Val Carson (Ida Lupino} and seductive spy Karen (Rita Hayworth)[4]



Other Lone Wolf films that Warren William starred in;


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