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Buck Rogers (1939) was a Adventure - Family Film directed by Ford Beebe and produced by Barney A. Sarecky.

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George 'Buddy' Wade: I wouldn't call Dr. Huer exactly handsome, but I sure would give a lot to see his face right now.
Buck Rogers: [laughs] I bet you would Buddy.


Buck Rogers: I don't understand, sir. Who is this man called Killer Kane?
Professor Huer: He is the result of the stupidity of the men of your century. You failed to stamp out lawlessness and in the end the criminal became stronger than the law.


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After the serial came out, a second origin appeared in the comic strip in which Buck fell into a crater while looking for a meteor made from impervium, an indestructible metal used in the making of spaceships. Due to having hit the meteor when he fell in, Buck released the gas from inside and it put him to sleep for 500 years, only to be found by scientists and awakened. Again, this origin took place on Earth and not in space. There was a character in the strip who was in stasis in a satellite for 500 years, but his name was Dr. Laika; the story was inspired by the launch of Sputnik II. This is the origin given to Buck for the TV series.
This serial is probably based on an unofficial Flash Gordon story in which Flash Gordon travels to Saturn; this story was not and has never been part of the original Flash Gordon universe (it was illegally published in 1936).
Chapter Titles:
  • 1. Tomorrow's World
  • 2. Tragedy on Saturn
  • 3. The Enemy's Stronghold
  • 4. The Sky Patrol
  • 5. The Phantom Plane
  • 6. The Unknown Command
  • 7. Primitive Urge
  • 8. Revolt of the Zuggs
  • 9. Bodies Without Minds
  • 10. Broken Barriers
  • 11. A Prince in Bondage
  • 12. War of the Planets

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