Alvin Todd

Alvin Todd (23 January 1903 – 27 June 1964), was an American film editor. He edited 62 films between 1929 and 1946.

He was born in Pennsylvania, United States and died in Los Angeles, California.

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Adventures of the Flying Cadets

Adventures of the Flying Cadets is a 13-episode 1943 Universal film serial. The serial is directed by Ray Taylor and

Lewis D. Collins.

Don Winslow of the Coast Guard

Don Winslow of the Coast Guard is a 1943 Universal Pictures Serial film based on the comic strip Don Winslow of the Navy by Frank V. Martinbek.

Jungle Jim (serial)

Jungle Jim is a 1937 Universal serial film based on Jungle Jim, the comic strip by Alex Raymond. Grant Withers starred as Jungle Jim, and Henry Brandon played the villainous Cobra.

Junior G-Men (serial)

Junior G-Men is a 1940 Universal film serial. It was Universal's 116th serial (and the 48th with sound) of their total of output of 137. It is one of the three serials starring "The Dead End Kids and Little Tough Guys" who were under contract to Universal at the time. The plot is a pre-World War II G-Man story about fifth columnists in the United States, with the FBI joining forces with children to save the country.

Junior G-Men of the Air

Junior G-Men of the Air is a 1942 Universal film serial starring the Dead End Kids and the Little Tough Guys.

Lost City of the Jungle

Lost City of the Jungle is a 1946 Universal movie serial.

Mystery of the River Boat

Mystery of the River Boat is a 1944 Universal movie serial directed by Lewis D. Collins and Ray Taylor. It co-starred Lyle Talbot, Robert Lowery and Mantan Moreland.

Raiders of Ghost City

Raiders of Ghost City is a 1944 Universal movie serial set in California during the American Civil War.

Rustlers of Red Dog

Rustlers of Red Dog is a 1935 Universal movie serial based on the book The Great West That Was by William "Buffalo Bill" Cody. It was a remake of the earlier, 1930 serial The Indians are Coming.

Secret Agent X-9 (1945 serial)

Secret Agent X-9 is a 1945 Universal movie serial based on the comic strip Secret Agent X-9. It was the second serial with this name, the first was released by Universal in 1937.

Sky Raiders

Sky Raiders is a 12-episode 1941 Universal film serial. The serial was directed by Ford Beebe and Ray Taylor. Sky Raiders stars Donald Woods, Billy Halop, Robert Armstrong and Eduardo Ciannelli.

The Call of the Savage

The Call of the Savage (1935) is a Universal serial based on the story Jan of the Jungle by Otis Adelbert Kline. It was directed by Lew Landers and released by Universal Pictures.

The Great Alaskan Mystery

The Great Alaskan Mystery is a 1944 Universal film serial about government agents trying to stop Nazi spies from getting their hands on futuristic weapons.

The Master Key (1945 serial)

The Master Key is a 1945 Universal movie serial.

The Phantom Rider (Universal serial)

The Phantom Rider is a 1936 Universal movie serial directed by Ray Taylor and starring Buck Jones and Marla Shelton.

The Roaring West

The Roaring West (1935) is a Universal film serial, starring Buck Jones as Montana Larkin and his horse, Silver, and co-starring Frank McGlynn Sr. as his trusy sidekick Jinglebob Morgan.

The Royal Mounted Rides Again

The Royal Mounted Rides Again is a 1945 Universal film serial. Adventure serials of this type were popular in the early days of cinema. The serial, often called cliffhangers, would show one episode per week, with an ending that would hide the outcome of an exciting event, sometimes ending with "tune in next week for the exciting continuing saga..", or something along those lines. Actor and popular singing cowboy of the day Addison Randall died during the making of this serial.

The Scarlet Horseman

The Scarlet Horseman is a 1946 Universal film serial directed by Lewis D. Collins and Ray Taylor. Paul Guilfoyle plays Jim Bannion, secret identity of The Scarlet Horseman, with Janet Shaw as Elise, his love interest. Virginia Christine plays the villainess, Matosca.

The Vanishing Shadow

The Vanishing Shadow (1934) is a Universal science-fiction film serial directed by Lew Landers. The serial features what is believed to be the first appearance of a hand held ray gun in film.

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