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King Of The Rocket Men Serial
 
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Old movie serial.
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King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 1 - Dr. Vulcan - Traitor)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 1713 Colin Short
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 1 of 12 - Part 1.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures ============================================ King of the Rocket Men is notable for introducing the "Rocketman Character" who reappeared under a variety of names in later serials. Commando Cody serials are sometimes confused with King of the Rocket Men (1949), because the rocket-powered flying suit worn by the title character also became a wardrobe piece worn by Cody. To add to the confusion, Larry Martin wore the same suit again in Zombies of the Stratosphere. Referring to these different Republic Pictures characters wearing this prop suit were called collectively "The Rocketman". The Rocket Man Serials were: 1. King of the Rocket Men (1949) 2. Radar Men from the Moon (1952) 3. Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952) 4. Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953) ========================================================== For a free download of over 60+ Movie Serials and 200+ B-Movie Westerns, go to: http://sites.google.com/site/moviesfreedownload/
Views: 88733 Gene Abbott
"King of the Rocket Men" Movie Serial Trailer (1949)
 
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“He’s coming your way… the jet-propelled phantom of the sky!” A trailer for the 1949 Republic Pictures serial “King of the Rocket Men.” _________ Download this video here: http://www.pdcomedy.com/Serial/Trailers/KingOfTheRocketMen.htm _________ I Want Moore Retro is an online community based upon a collection of videos preserving history and nostalgia for the world to see. This community, formerly known as MiscVideos78rpm, has been thriving and engaging in discussions related to anything vintage or retro since March 2008. _________ ||| LINKS ||| ☞ http://MooreRetro.com ☞ http://facebook.com/MooreRetro ☞ http://twitter.com/MooreRetro _________ To the best of our knowledge, this video is in the public domain. _________ ☞ I Want Moore Retro ☜
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King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 7 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 16482 Gene Abbott
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 12 - Wave of Disaster)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 215 Colin Short
Radar Men From the Moon 1952 Full 12 Chapter Serial Sci-fi movie radarmen film
 
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The 1952 classic science fiction serial Radar Men From the Moon. Commander Cody and his sidekick Joan Gilbert confront Retik, the dictator of the moon who seeks to conquer the earth! I have edited all 12 chapters together, merely removing the into and title credits between chapters. The source material is in the public domain, as Republic pictures never renewed its copyright.
Views: 84960 The Federal File
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 3 - Dangerous Evidence)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 372 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 5 - Fatal Dive)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 243 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 7 - Molten Menace)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 280 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 6 - Mystery of the Rocket Man)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 269 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 8 - Suicide Flight)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 237 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 4 - High Peril)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 293 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 2 - Plunging Death)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 568 Colin Short
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 12 of 12 - Final Chapter.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures ======================================== King of the Rocket Men is notable for introducing the "Rocketman Character" who reappeared under a variety of names in later serials. Commando Cody serials are sometimes confused with King of the Rocket Men (1949), because the rocket-powered flying suit worn by the title character also became a wardrobe piece worn by Cody. To add to the confusion, Larry Martin wore the same suit again in Zombies of the Stratosphere. Referring to these different Republic Pictures characters wearing this prop suit were called collectively "The Rocketman". The Rocket Man Serials were: 1. King of the Rocket Men (1949) 2. Radar Men from the Moon (1952) 3. Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952) 4. Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953) ==================================================== For a free download of 60+ Movie Serials and 200+ B-Movie Westerns go to: http://sites.google.com/site/moviesfreedownload/
Views: 21248 Gene Abbott
Rocket Man I - The Adventures of Rocket Man -  Death From Above ( Full Movie)
 
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Sit back and enjoy citizens as Rocket Man brings you a tale of epic adventure! The Rocket Man and the "Adventures of Rocket Man" series are a comedic tribute to the early pulp serials of 40's. This is the full version of the award winning: Rocket Man - Death From Above (2003) http://www.youtube.com/rocketmanaway https://www.facebook.com/RocketmanHQ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1493133/?... Rocket Man 4 - Rocket Man and the Aerial Fortress! Premieres August 10th
Views: 4996 RocketManAway
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 11 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures ======================================== King of the Rocket Men is notable for introducing the "Rocketman Character" who reappeared under a variety of names in later serials. Commando Cody serials are sometimes confused with King of the Rocket Men (1949), because the rocket-powered flying suit worn by the title character also became a wardrobe piece worn by Cody. To add to the confusion, Larry Martin wore the same suit again in Zombies of the Stratosphere. Referring to these different Republic Pictures characters wearing this prop suit were called collectively "The Rocketman". The Rocket Man Serials were: 1. King of the Rocket Men (1949) 2. Radar Men from the Moon (1952) 3. Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952) 4. Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953) ==================================================== For a free download of 60+ Movie Serials and 200+ B-Movie Westerns go to: http://sites.google.com/site/moviesfreedownload/
Views: 16122 Gene Abbott
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 4 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 23188 Gene Abbott
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 9 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 16821 Gene Abbott
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 3 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 28501 Gene Abbott
JC with SMACK LA :  "King of the rocket men".
 
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JC Drums and piano... https://www.facebook.com/jeanchristian.meunier#!/pages/Fan-de-JC-Meunier/100589446784302 My English band years from 2007 to 2009 with Smack là -- some concert tour snaps -- songs recorded at different places -- a comp...few microphones and that's it !!! Ma période anglaise de 2007 à 2009 avec "Smack là" ... photos des tournées... chanson enregistrée un peu de partout... un ordi, quelques micros et c'est tout !!!
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 11 - Secret of Dr. Vulcan)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 177 Colin Short
King of the Rocket Men (Chapter 9 - Ten Seconds to Live)
 
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An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan" (heard only as a voice and seen as a shadow on a brightly lit wall), plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate, one by one, the members of the Science Associates, an organization of America's greatest scientists. King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter black-and-white Republic movie serial, produced by Franklin Adreon, directed Fred C. Brannon, that stars Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty, House Peters, Jr., James Craven, and I. Stanford Jolley. This serial is notable for featuring the only character actually called "Rocket Man", a misnomer applied by fans to the other Republic rocket-powered-suited heroes that followed in their later serials, Radar Men from the Moon (1952), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).
Views: 213 Colin Short
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 8 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 17198 Gene Abbott
KING OF THE ROCKET MEN (1949) - Republic Serial Opening Credits - Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke
 
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Opening Credits from one of the greatest Republic chapterplays of all time, KING OF THE ROCKETMEN (1949), sadly never released on DVD.
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King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 1 of 12 - Part 2.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures ======================================== King of the Rocket Men is notable for introducing the "Rocketman Character" who reappeared under a variety of names in later serials. Commando Cody serials are sometimes confused with King of the Rocket Men (1949), because the rocket-powered flying suit worn by the title character also became a wardrobe piece worn by Cody. To add to the confusion, Larry Martin wore the same suit again in Zombies of the Stratosphere. Referring to these different Republic Pictures characters wearing this prop suit were called collectively "The Rocketman". The Rocket Man Serials were: 1. King of the Rocket Men (1949) 2. Radar Men from the Moon (1952) 3. Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952) 4. Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953) ============================================ For a free download of 60+ Movie Serials and 200+ B-Movie Westerns, go to: http://sites.google.com/site/moviesfreedownload/
Views: 20552 Gene Abbott
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 10 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 16096 Gene Abbott
King Of The Rocket Men - Classic Serial
 
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One by one a group of atomic researchers are being decimated by remote control. The survivors suspect that the villain, calling himself "Dr. Vulcan is one of their own members who is bent on a monopoly of their technological wonders. Jeff King is assigned to safeguard the group's secrets using his mind and a secret experimental rocket suit that enables him to fly. Dr. Vulcan also has many deadly devices of his own. can the Rocket Man expose Dr. Vulcan before its too late or will Dr. Vulcan soon rule the world? Stay tune to next weeks exciting episode! - Fun Trivia: - As in other Republic serials, Republic's top stuntmen, Dale Van Sickel, Tom Steele and David Sharpe, not only did stunts for other actors, they were given multiple roles throughout the serial. The audience were meant to see only one episode per week and therefore not expected to remember the faces of each henchman or extra. - Jeff King's atomic powered rocket suit was so advanced that it required only three operational controls: on/off, up/down and slow/fast. - If You Think The Idea Of The Rocketeer Is Brand New, Think Again. Heres The Real Thing Leonard Maltin Entertainment Tonight - Cheezy Flicks Entertainment Presents KING OF THE ROCKET MAN Cliffhanger Serial Starring: JEFF KING, TRIS COFFIN, MAE CLARKE and STANFORD JOLLEY - Written By ROYAL K. COLE, WILLIAM LIVELY and SOL SHOR - Cinematography by ELLIS W. CARTER - Art Direction By FRED A. RITTE - Edited By CLIFF BELL SR. And SAM STARR - Special Effects By HOWARD LYDECKER And THEODORE LYDECKER - Produced by FRANKLIN ADREON - Directed by FRED C. BRANNON If your looking for more info or wish to buy this DVD, visit www.cheezyflicks.com or www.amazon.com
Views: 6716 Cheezy Movies
Carol Kay - Rocket Man (Elton John)
 
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Join me as I perform an acoustic cover of "ROCKET MAN" by Elton John, right here in my studio! // MORE Covers of Old Songs: http://bit.ly/carolkaycovers As melody-obsessed as I am, there's nothing quite like an Elton John song. He is absolutely brilliant when it comes to writing memorable lines. It's always such a pleasure to sing his tunes. Thank you so much for listening and for stopping by! Please subscribe for all the latest videos and see below for more info on gear, upcoming shows and links. Add my cover of Rocket Man to your playlist at http://smarturl.it/xniu2m Support my future videos: http://patreon.com/carolkaymusic Order a Signed Album: http://carolkay.bigcartel.com My latest album: http://smarturl.it/xniu2m FOLLOW ME! Website: http://carolkaystudio.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/carolkaymusic Facebook: http://facebook.com/carolkaymusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/carolkaymusic MY BEAUTIFUL GEAR 💖 • Instruments My cheap & mini midi controller: http://amzn.to/2fhLwg5 My acoustic guitar: https://amzn.to/2rG5fsx My electric guitar: https://amzn.to/2wG6XzU My bass guitar: https://amzn.to/2wN1esj My digital piano: http://amzn.to/2hy7yw9 • Recording Gear My studio speaker controllers: https://amzn.to/2rHRae7 My studio headphones: https://amzn.to/2KjM1Ax My FAVORITE studio computer: https://amzn.to/2Fo4ysx The best mic I've ever owned: http://amzn.to/2whWSVK My audio interface: http://amzn.to/2hy0zDa JBL Studio Monitors: http://amzn.to/2vsshXR My favorite mic stand: http://amzn.to/2fhQWYx • Software What I use to record music (Logic Pro X): https://apple.co/2JP5g5a Mixing plugins (Get 10% with this link!): http://bit.ly/10percentoffwaves Main Sample Library: http://amzn.to/2hxBd8v • Video The camera I use to make videos: http://amzn.to/2v7hq4p My main lens for closeups: http://amzn.to/2wvzCm6 Amazing Lighting for Tight Spaces: http://amzn.to/2fh42Wd Proline Tripod: http://amzn.to/2wvp6eI Sony Remote (Holy grail of self­shooting): http://amzn.to/2v9kDz1 Studio Lighting (I love these): http://amzn.to/2xiHXOM Edited on Final Cut Pro: https://apple.co/2LUD6Xi More at http://carolkaygear.com
Views: 55380 Carol Kay
KING OF THE ROCKET MEN (1949) - Cliffhanger #2 - Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty
 
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The second cliffhanger from the greatest Saturday adventure serial of all time, KING OF THE ROCKETMEN. Want to find out if they survive? Demand that Republic Pictures Home Video release it on DVD! I will not post full episodes, so steal 'em somewhere else, BUT if you want to see the exciting cliffhangers from each episode in this classic chapterplay, stay tuned!
Views: 6882 Coolestmovies
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 6 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 19357 Gene Abbott
Rocket Man - Karaoke HD (In the style of Elton John)
 
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Rocket Man (Composition) karaoke video originally performed by Elton John. Music Licensing, Backing Tracks, Karaoke available at http://www.singsongsmusic.com . Buy SBI Karaoke Online at http://sbikaraoke.com - custom discs and downloads.
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Der König der Raketenmänner (1949) - Jetzt auf DVD! - King Of The Rocket Men - Filmjuwelen
 
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Jetzt auf DVD: in Kürze bei Amazon vorbestellbar! mit Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty
King Of The Rocket Men (1949) Movie Serial - Chapter 5 of 12.avi
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself "Dr Vulcan," plots to conquer the world, but first needs to eliminate one by one the members of the Science Associates, an organization of the Earth's greatest scientists. After narrowly escaping an attempt on his life by Vulcan, one member of Science Associates, Dr. Millard (James Craven), outfits another member, Jeff King (Tristram Coffin) with an "atomic powered rocket flying suit." With the help of the suit, a magazine photographer named Glenda Thomas (Mae Clarke), and other inventions of Dr. Millard, King battles the minions of Dr. Vulcan for twelve suspenseful episodes. Eventually Vulcan steals one of Millard's more dangerous inventions, the Decimator, and uses it to flood and destroy Manhattan Island (courtesy of stock footage from the once-thought-lost film, Deluge (1933), before being brought to justice by Jeff King in his flying suit. ======================================================= Jeff King / Rocketman - Tristram Coffin Dr. Millard - James Craven Glenda Thomas - Mae Clarke Director - Fred Brannon Republic Pictures
Views: 20547 Gene Abbott
King Of The Rocket Men 1949 Movie Serial Chapters 7 to 12
 
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King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself Dr Vulcan, plots to conquer the world, but first needs to. King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself Dr Vulcan, plots to conquer the world, but first needs to. First of the Rocketman/Commander Cody serials. King of the Rocket Men (1949) 12 Chapter Movie Serial - Tristram Coffin: An evil genius of unknown identity, calling himself Dr Vulcan, plots to conquer the world, but first needs to.
King Of The Rocket Men
 
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KING OF THE ROCKET MEN (1949) - Cliffhanger #1 - Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty
 
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The first cliffhanger from the greatest Saturday adventure serial of all time, KING OF THE ROCKETMEN. Want to find out if he survives? Demand that Republic Pictures Home Video release it on DVD! I will not post full episodes, so steal 'em somewhere else, BUT if you want to see the exciting cliffhangers from each episode in this classic chapterplay, stay tuned!
Views: 3242 Coolestmovies
King of the rocket men
 
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1949 trailer
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King Of The Rocket Men
 
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King Of The Rocket Men
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KING OF THE ROCKET MEN (1949) - Cliffhanger #3 - Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke, Don Haggerty
 
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The third cliffhanger from the greatest Saturday adventure serial of all time, KING OF THE ROCKETMEN. Want to find out if he survives? Demand that Republic Pictures Home Video release it on DVD! I will not post full episodes, so steal 'em somewhere else, BUT if you want to see the exciting cliffhangers from each episode in this classic chapterplay, stay tuned!
Views: 933 Coolestmovies
King Of The Rocket Men - Hipbone Slim & The Kneetremblers
 
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King Of The Rocket Men - Hipbone Slim & The Kneetremblers - Dynamite 33 - All rights are reserved by Hipbone Slim & The Kneetremblers
Views: 246 Johnny Ace Rebel
KING OF THE ROCKET MEN (1949) - "Wave of Disaster" Pt 1 - Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke
 
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A CITY WILL FALL!! Part 1 of the spectacular climactic action sequence from from the greatest Saturday adventure serial of all time, KING OF THE ROCKETMEN. Want to find out if he survives? Demand that Republic Pictures Home Video release it on DVD! I will not post full episodes, so steal 'em somewhere else, BUT if you want to see the exciting cliffhangers from each episode in this classic chapterplay, stay tuned! Destruction sequences courtesy of Felix Feist's 1933 disaster epic DELUGE.
Views: 1047 Coolestmovies
KING OF THE ROCKET MEN (1949) - "Wave of Disaster" Pt 2 - Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke
 
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A CITY WILL FALL!! Part 2 of the spectacular climactic action sequence from from the greatest Saturday adventure serial of all time, KING OF THE ROCKETMEN. Want to find out if he survives? Demand that Republic Pictures Home Video release it on DVD! I will not post full episodes, so steal 'em somewhere else, BUT if you want to see the exciting cliffhangers from each episode in this classic chapterplay, stay tuned! Destruction sequences courtesy of Felix Feist's 1933 disaster epic DELUGE.
Views: 721 Coolestmovies
Kim Jong-Un Responds To Trump's 'Rocket Man' Nickname
 
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North Korea's despotic leader counters Trump's 'Rocket Man' nickname with a disproportionate amount of Elton John insults. Subscribe To "The Late Show" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/ColbertYouTube For more content from "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", click HERE: http://bit.ly/1AKISnR Watch full episodes of "The Late Show" HERE: http://bit.ly/1Puei40 Like "The Late Show" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1df139Y Follow "The Late Show" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1dMzZzG Follow "The Late Show" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1JlGgzw Follow "The Late Show" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/29wfREj Follow "The Late Show" on Tumblr HERE: http://bit.ly/29DVvtR Watch The Late Show with Stephen Colbert weeknights at 11:35 PM ET/10:35 PM CT. Only on CBS. Get the CBS app for iPhone & iPad! Click HERE: http://bit.ly/12rLxge Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream live TV, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B --- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert is the premier late night talk show on CBS, airing at 11:35pm EST, streaming online via CBS All Access, and delivered to the International Space Station on a USB drive taped to a weather balloon. Every night, viewers can expect: Comedy, humor, funny moments, witty interviews, celebrities, famous people, movie stars, bits, humorous celebrities doing bits, funny celebs, big group photos of every star from Hollywood, even the reclusive ones, plus also jokes.
King Of The Rocket Men - A Rifftrax Tribute. (Or insult)!
 
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Get ready to put on your asbestos underpants and hit the skies with Mr. King and his rocket powered suit as he takes on the evil doctor Vulcan. SPOCK!!!!
Views: 306 Anthony Pugh