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|Secret Service in Darkest Africa|
|Directed by||Spencer Gordon Bennet|
|Written by||Royal Cole|
|Produced by||William J. O'Sullivan|
|Edited by||Wallace Grissell|
|Music by||Mort Glickman|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
|15 chapters (243 minutes) (serial)|
100 minutes (TV)
|Budget||$174,536 (negative cost: $210,033)|
It was a sequel to G-Men vs. the Black Dragon released earlier in 1943, again starring Rod Cameron as American secret agent Rex Bennett. This time Bennet faces the Nazis rather than the Japanese. As with the earlier installment, Bennet is supported by characters from some of the allied nations in World War II.
The serial is also known by the titles Manhunt in the African Jungles, changed when it was re-released in 1954, and The Baron's African War, when it was edited into a 100-minute film for television in 1966.