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Chester Gould modeled his famous comic strip sleuth on the features of square-jawed actor Jack Holt, but it is Ralph Byrd who became the definitive Dick Tracy on the big screen. In this action-packed chapter play, Tracy battles the Ghost, a fiendish master criminal who has the ability to make himself invisible. One of the Ghost's less savory ambitions is to wipe out New York City with a gigantic tidal wave. Can Dick Tracy save the Big Apple from being swallowed up by the sea? Don't miss a single thrilling minute! Bonus Features: Episode Selection, Intro by Max Allan Collins, Photo Gallery Product Specs: 1-DVD9 & 1-DVD5; Dolby Digital; 263 minutes; B&W; 1.33 Aspect Ratio; MPAA NR; Year 1941; SRP - $29.99
A must have for Dick Tracy Serial fans. Has all the action, comedy, and mystery that you crave.Published 10 months ago by Richard Smith
PLOT: the criminal The Ghost escapes by being invisible.
This is much better than I expected. The Ghost is seen with a creepy mask on most of the time. Read more
I'm only half way through this serial, but I wanted to echo what another reviewer said - there is at least one instance in this serial where basically an entire episode from the... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jobo
My husband loves republic studios series from the 1940's and this one delivers non stop action and keeps you guessing who the villain is until the last chapterPublished on December 28, 2012 by Rita
Its Dick Tracy, its a 1940's serial, its so unique and good (To Me) OK, could be a little less but still I bought it. Always easy doing business on Amazon. Read morePublished on December 14, 2011 by John Piquette
articles arrived quickley, and was securely packaged.
I feel very confident that I will order in the future and
will tell my friends about the quick and dependable way... Read more
This is the 3rd of 4 Dick Tracy movie serials, as usual it features Ralph Byrd as Tracy, and that is pretty much where the similarity between the serials and the comic strip end. Read morePublished on June 27, 2010 by Bruce Dawson
Of the 4 Tracy serials this version is the best when it comes to plot and action. Many of the cliff hanging endings are original. A fine example of a serial of the period. Read morePublished on July 9, 2009 by John A. Smith