Director, John English, was born John Wilkinson English on Jun 25, 1903 in Cumberland, England. English died at the age of 66 on Oct 11, 1969 in Los Angeles, CA .
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Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, William Witney and )By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 26, 2017 From The Stop Button
About seventy percent of Adventures of Captain Marvel is narratively useless. Nothing occurring in chapters two through ten has an effect on how the story actually turns out. The serial has a great first chapter involving a tomb robbing archeological expedition in Thailand. Radio journalist Frank Co... Read full article
Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, and William Witney), Chapter 12: Captain Marvel’s SecretBy Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 22, 2017 From The Stop Button
Captain Marvel?s Secret opens with yet another lackluster cliffhanger resolve. No reason to change it up at the end, apparently. The chapter has a lot to do in sixteen minutes. It?s got to reveal the evil Scorpion?s identity, stop the Scorpion?s evil plan, and maybe do something regarding Frank Cogh... Read full article
Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, and William Witney), Chapter 11:By Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 21, 2017 From The Stop Button
Valley of Death is the penultimate chapter of Adventures of Captain Marvel. It?s in a rush to finish. The cliffhanger resolution is boring, though leads to some decent effects shots. The cast ends up in a hotel somewhere, planning to return to Thailand and the tombs from the first chapter. Villain R... Read full article
Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, and William Witney), Chapter 10: Doom ShipBy Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 20, 2017 From The Stop Button
There?s nothing nice to say about Doom Ship?s opening cliffhanger resolution other than it?s short and leads into an energetic fight scene for Frank Coghlan Jr. More than ever, Coghlan?s got the wrong timing for turning into Tom Tyler?s Captain Marvel this chapter. Unlike the times when Coghlan?s be... Read full article
Adventures of Captain Marvel (1941, and William Witney), Chapter 9: Dead Man’s TrapBy Andrew Wickliffe on Nov 19, 2017 From The Stop Button
Dead Man?s Trap is, I guess, a bridging chapter. It depends on what?s next. Otherwise it?s a treading water chapter. It picks up from the previous chapter?s ?cliffhanger? (quotations because it?s more of a ?beware the cliff 150 meters away? than anything else) and gives George Pembroke quite a bit t... Read full article
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