Item Description

THE VIGILANTE RALPH BYRD CLIFFHANGER SERIAL


THE VIGILANTE is a contemporary Western-mystery featuring excellent serial hero Ralph Byrd as Greg Saunders, a B-western movie star who assumes the identity of the masked Vigilante to combat crime. Saunders and his sidekick Stuff (George Offerman Jr.) find a big mystery on their hands when the various owners of several prize Arabanian stallions, which have been given as gifts by a visiting Asian potentate (Robert Barron), are victimized by a gang of vicious gangsters who for some reason are bent on collecting all the horses. Due to the condition of the original film print, there are audio problems in some chapters.

This serial comes complete on one DVD, and is shipped in a hard plastic CD case with insert.

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For over 20 years, we have made available to collectors films otherwise unavailable commercially, first on VHS & Beta, and now on DVD & DVD-R. Any questions on quality or media format quickly answered thru email. Please ask any questions before making your purchase, as refunds are not offered due to the ease of copying media. We will replace product if shown to be the fault of the discs and not a problem of the equipment being used to play the media.

As per eBay policy, we have added the following information -

Thousands of Hollywood motion pictures are in the Public Domain because they were 1) released without Copyright Notices; 2) were never registered with the Library of Congress, had improper or late registrations; or 3) were not properly renewed under the old requirements for films made before 1964.

The status of films registered from 1929 through 1956 is noted in 3 volumes of Copyright Catalogs of motion picture registrations published by the Library of Congress.

This film, produced on 22 May 1947 fell into the public domain on 1 January 1971