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The Adventures of Smilin' Jack (1943) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Lewis D. Collins and Ray Taylor and produced by Ford Beebe.

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In the opening of Chapter 10, a group of men in the "Department of Internal Affairs - Territorial Division" are going over a list of names of civilian/military casualties the previous day during the attack on Pearl Harbor. One of the names mentioned is William Sickner. William A. Sickner was the cinematographer on this chapter play.
"Fraulein von Teufel" translates more or less as "Devil Woman". This is alluded to in the final (13th) episode, where Kageyama's last words before dying are "Teufel. Devil."
The episodes were: (1) The High Road to Doom!, (2) The Rising Sun Strikes; (3) Attacked by Bombers; (4) Knives of Vengeance; (5) A Watery Grave; (6) Escape by Clipper; (7) Fifteen Fathoms Below; (8) Treachery at Sea!; (9) The Bridge of Peril!; (10) Blackout in the Islands!; (11) Held for Treason; (12) The Torture Fire Test!; (13) Sinking the Rising Sun.
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