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Congo Bill (serial)

Congo Bill
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Original poster for Congo Bill
Directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet
Thomas Carr
Starring Don McGuire
Cleo Moore
Jack Ingram
I. Stanford Jolley
Leonard Penn
Nelson Leigh
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s) United States 28 October 1948
Running time 15 chapters
Country  United States
Language English

Congo Bill (1948) is a Columbia movie serial based on the DC Comics character Congo Bill.

Plot

A girl is about to inherit a fortune, but she is missing in Africa. Only then, family charges Congo Bill, an adventurer, to find her, and bring her back to civilization. He follows a legend about a mysterious White Queen, but his path is full of difficulties, by an inhospitable jungle, and the man who will lose the fortune if the girl is found alive...

Film crew

Cast

Chapter titles

  1. The Untamed Beast
  2. Jungle Gold
  3. A Hot Reception
  4. Congo Bill Springs a Trap
  5. White Shadows in the Jungle
  6. The White Queen
  7. Black Panther
  8. Sinister Schemes
  9. The Witch Doctor Strikes
  10. Trail of Treachery
  11. A Desperate Chance
  12. The Lair of the Beast
  13. Menace of the Jungle
  14. Treasure Map
  15. The Missing Letter

Source:[1]

See also

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • AllRovi
Preceded by
Superman (1948)
Columbia Serial
'Congo Bill (1948)
Succeeded by
Bruce Gentry (1949)
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