King of the Kongo
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King of the Kongo
The seventh serial released by Nat Levine's penny-pinching but enterprising little Mascot Pictures, King of the Congo was released in three versions: silent, sound-on-disc, and sound-on-film. The latter came with several dialogue scenes, making Levine and his staff pioneers in the new art of outdoor sound filming. Veteran serial star Walter Miller and Jacqueline Logan, De Mille's Mary Magdalene of The King of Kings (1927), go in search of missing relatives in Darkest Africa. Through ten somewhat stodgily paced chapters, the two innocents battle a devious gang of ivory smugglers -- not… More