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Directed by  B. Reeves Eason
Music by  Lee Zahler
Initial release  7 July 1944
Music director  Lee Zahler
Cinematography  James S. Brown Jr.
6.5/10 IMDb

Produced by  Rudolph C. Flothow
Distributed by  Columbia Pictures
Director  B. Reeves Eason
Producer  Rudolph C. Flothow
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Written by  Sherman L. Lowe Leslie Swabacker Jack Stanley Leighton Brill
Starring  Gilbert Roland Mona Maris Ben Welden Kenneth MacDonald Frank Lackteen I. Stanford Jolley Charles Middleton
Cast  Gilbert Roland, Mona Maris, Charles Middleton, I Stanford Jolley, Ben Welden
Similar  Black Arrow, Perils of the Royal Mounted, Deadwood Dick, The Iron Claw, The Valley of Vanishin

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The Desert Hawk (1944) is a Columbia film serial. It was the 23rd serial produced by Columbia.

Contents

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Plot

The sinister Hassan starts plotting against the recently crowned Caliph, his twin brother Kasim. The evil twin engages the help of Faud who sends his man to the palace to kidnap the Caliph and murder him. These henchmen enter the palace and wound Kasim who manages to escape. A beggar named Omar finds him and cares for him until his health is restored. By the time the wounded Kasim recovers his brother has taken over the throne and plans to marry Princess Azala the daughter of the Emir of Telif who does not know that the current Caliph is an impostor. Kasim decides to fight for the throne and the princess after he finds a suit of chainmail displaying a hawk on the front.

Cast

  • Gilbert Roland - Kasim, The Desert Hawk and Hassan, his Evil Twin Brother. According to Cline, Roland was "superbly convincing as the dashing Hawk, and made memorable an otherwise routine thriller."
  • Mona Maris - Princess Azala
  • Ben Welden - Omar, the Beggar
  • Kenneth MacDonald - Akbar
  • Frank Lackteen - Faud, the Chief Chamberlain
  • I. Stanford Jolley - Saladin
  • Charles Middleton - Koda Bey
  • Egon Brecher - Grey Wizard
  • Georges Renavent - Emil of Telif (as George Renavent)
  • Margia Dean - Wizard's Daughter
  • Forrest Taylor - Akrad, the money-lender
  • Production

    The Desert Hawk is a "western" set in the Middle East with swashbuckling elements.

    Chapter titles

    1. The Twin Brothers
    2. The Evil Eye
    3. The Mark of the Scimitar
    4. A Caliph's Treachery
    5. The Secret of the Palace
    6. The Feast of the Beggars
    7. Double Jeopardy
    8. The Slave Traders
    9. The Underground River
    10. The Fateful Wheel
    11. The Mystery of the Mosque
    12. The Hand of Vengeance
    13. Swords of Fate
    14. The Wizard's Story
    15. The Triumph of Kasim

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    References

    The Desert Hawk (serial) Wikipedia


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