Of all the early radio shows adopted from the classic newspaper comic pages in the '30s and '40s, none was more intriguing or exciting than the action-packed tales of Terry and the Pirates. Columbia Pictures brought Terry and the Pirates to the screen in fifteen thrill-packed episodes in 1940 featuring an excellent cast of screen favorites. Directed in a style that combined action and considerable comedy, director James W. Horne led the cast in an adventure that centered on the discovery of a vast hidden treasure. Along the treacherous 15-episode route we have contacts with mysterious "Tiger Men," a savage gorilla, exploding ammunition sheds and countless other thrills that totally captivated Saturday matinee audiences week after week.
The classic 50s short-lived adventure/drama series with a cold-war theme. Presented by Douglas Fairbanks, Jr's production company, Dougfair and based on the long-running comic strip created by Milton Caniff. Fifteen episodes including "Macao Gold," "Diplomatic Passport," "Loaded Dice Affair," "Chinese Legacy," "Black Market For Death," "Co-Pilots," "Little Mandarin," "Boxers Rebellion," "The Maitland Affair," "Tea Hee," "Green God," and "Chinese Coffin."
Television / TV Series