Director, Ford Beebe, was born Ford Ingalsbe Beebe on Nov 26, 1888 in Grand Rapids November 26, Michigan. Beebe died at the age of 90 on Nov 26, 1978 in Lake Elsinore, CA and was cremated and his ashes scattered on private property near Desert Hot Springs.
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Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (1938, and Robert F. Hill), Chapter 11: Human BaitBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 19, 2018 From The Stop Button
And its back to the Martian imperial city or whatever itd be called this chapter. After a surprising cliffhanger resolutionbrainwashed Jean Rogers does indeed stab Buster Crabbe in the backCrabbe and his male sidekicks (Frank Shannon, Donald Kerr, and Richard Alexander) go running around in the ... Read full article
Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (1938, and Robert F. Hill), Chapter 10: Incense of ForgetfulnessBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 17, 2018 From The Stop Button
Okay, Incense of Forgetfulness might be where Flash Gordons Trip to Mars starts getting into well, travel trouble. After an exceptionally bad cliffhanger resolution (Buster Crabbe just manages to break free of his bonds, nothing else), theres about ten minutes of circular narrative. Crabbe, Frank... Read full article
Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (1938, and Robert F. Hill), Chapter 9: Symbol of DeathBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 15, 2018 From The Stop Button
Nine chapters in, Flash Gordons Trip to Mars hasnt had any majorly repetitive chapters. The overall story moves along, at least moderately, by the end of the chapter. But not so with Symbol of Death. The chapter opens with Buster Crabbe escaping Charles Middletons imprisonment and death ray; it e... Read full article
Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (1938, and Robert F. Hill), Chapter 8: The Black Sapphire of KaluBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 12, 2018 From The Stop Button
Poor Flash (Buster Crabbe) and Dale (Jean Rogers), every time it seems like they might actually get a chance to lock lips, something happens. This time its Frank Shannon calling attention to Donald Kerr being injured. Flash being Flash, Crabbe has to attend to Kerr, not passionately reunite with Ro... Read full article
Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (1938, and Robert F. Hill), Chapter 7: The Prisoner of MongoBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 10, 2018 From The Stop Button
The Prisoner of Mongo title suggests, well, whoever was titling the chapters wasnt paying attention to the actual scriptmuch like last chapters title, calling the Forest People the Tree-Menbut it does indeed turn out Buster Crabbe and company will end up prisoners of Mongo. At least, of Ming (Ch... Read full article
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