Top 10 awesome movies like The Fighting Marines that you will enjoy watching

You just finished watching The Fighting Marines and you can't get over how good this movie was. Now you want to watch more of such masterpieces. We have curated a list of similar movies which are created by the likes of B. Reeves Eason, Grant Withers and Adrian Morris . Here goes the list -

  1. The Galloping Ghost
  2. The Last of the Mohicans
  3. Sky Raiders
  4. Mystery of the River Boat
  5. Red Barry
  6. Fighting with Kit Carson
  7. Flying G-Men
  8. Winners of the West
  9. Dark Streets
  10. Headline Shooter
  1. The Galloping Ghost

    The Galloping Ghost

    A gambling ring run out of the Mogul Taxi company is intent on fixing college football games. Football star Harold "Red" Grange is a target for the gamblers, whose thugs try to eliminate Grange from playing. Grange's buddy Buddy is himself vulnerable to blackmail, since he has broken team rules by marrying. The crooks use all their wiles to keep Grange and Buddy from leading their team to victory.

    This movie, created by B. Reeves Eason, Harold Red Grange and Dorothy Gulliver, scores 5.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Crime | Adventure

  2. The Last of the Mohicans

    The Last of the Mohicans

    Natty Bumppo, known as Hawk-Eye, is a frontiersman in the American wilderness. Together with his Indian friends Chingachgook and Uncas, he fights battles against nefarious white soldiers as well as the vicious Indian Magua and his cohorts.

    This movie, created by Ford Beebe, Harry Carey and Hobart Bosworth, scores 6.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Adventure | Drama

  3. Sky Raiders

    Sky Raiders

    Enemy spies try to steal a new fighter plane.

    This movie, created by Ford Beebe, Donald Woods and Billy Halop, scores 5.6 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Adventure | Drama

  4. Mystery of the River Boat

    Mystery of the River Boat

    "The Mystery of the Riverboat" while ending each chapter with a cliffhanger is more episodic in nature than the usual Universal serial and somewhat similar to Universal's 1934 "Tailspin Tommy" in that aspect as some plot lines are completed as a story within the overall story. Plus, while some serials often contained a title song or motif throughout, this one has six songs scattered around and about performed by either Marion Martin - and we have no idea if she was dubbed or did her own warbling - and former Three Mesquiteer and future head Mouseketeer Jimmie Dodd, who did his own. The overly-plotted (for juvenile Saturday matinée audiences to keep up with over a period of 13 weeks) story finds three Louisiana families, the Langtrys, Perrins and Duvals, as co-owners of swamp land in the Louisiana bayou country. Unaware that the property contains rich "nitrolene" deposits, they are considering an offer from speculator Herman Einreich, who is well aware of the secret, having killed the scientist who discovered it and stolen his geological maps and notes. He boards a river boat, "The Morning Glory", heading for Duval's Landing. Others on the boat are the skipper, Captain Ethan Perrin, his daughter Jenny; Steve Langtry; Rudolph Toller; Bruno Bloch and Louis Shaber who represent a foreign faction also interested in the land; and a bearded man named Clayton, who is really the disinherited renegade son of the Duvals, Paul Duval, who thinks his brother Jean has cheated him out of his share of the Duval estate and going home to get even. With the aid of Batiste, "Clayton" murders Einreich, steals his maps and almost kills Steve and Jenny, who are saved by Napoleon, ship steward and Steve's friend. The Toller gang, assisted by ship entertainer Celeste Eltree, and headed by Rudolph Toller, pin Einreich's murder on Steve, who heads for the swamps at the end of chapter six, where he encounters some hostile Cajuns in Chapter 7, and ends up in a jail that ends up floating down the river when the levee breaks. But there are still six chapters to go, with lots of plot left, including chapter 12, where Steve, in a twist from the usual serial hero, manages to blow himself up as opposed to the villains doing it for him.

    This movie, created by Lewis D. Collins, Robert Lowery and Eddie Quillan, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Crime | Adventure

  5. Red Barry

    Red Barry

    A famous detective sets out to discover who stole $2 million in bonds.

    This movie, created by Ford Beebe, Buster Crabbe and Frances Robinson, scores 6.8 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Crime | Adventure

  6. Fighting with Kit Carson

    Fighting with Kit Carson

    A pack train led by Kit Carson is attacked by Kraft and his Mystery Riders, who want a government shipment of gold carried by the wagons. Matt Fargo manages to hide the gold, but Carson must confront the Mystery Riders time after time in order to prevent them from finding and carrying away the treasure.

    This movie, created by Colbert Clark, Johnny Mack Brown and Betsy King Ross, scores 6.3 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Adventure | Drama

  7. Flying G-Men

    Flying G-Men

    Three government aviators called the "Flying G-Men", one of whom is disguised as "The Black Falcon", fight to protect the US and its allies from an enemy spy ring and to avenge the death of the fourth Flying G-Man.

    This movie, created by James W. Horne, Robert Paige and Richard Fiske, scores 6.7 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Crime | Adventure

  8. Winners of the West

    Winners of the West

    One of the writers of this serial, George H. Plympton, dusted the story off and re-sold it to Sam Katzman for a Columbia 1951 serial called "Roar of the Iron Horse". "Winners of the West" was Universal's 47th sound-era serial, falling between "Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe" and "Junior G-Men", and while it utilizes plenty of stock footage featuring Cliff Lyons doubling Buck Jones and Johnny Mack Brown from earlier Universal serials, the use of such is less than in most Universal serials of the time. Jeff Ramsay (Dick Foran), assistant to John Hartford (Edward Keane), President of the Hartford Transcontinental Railroad, is fighting to advance the line through Hell's Gate Pass. King Carter (Harry Woods), self-styled ruler of the land beyond the pass, plans to block the contruction of the railroad. Carter hires Snakeye (Charles Stevens), a renegade half-breed, to lead the Indians on raids against the construction camps. Hartford's daughter, Claire (Anne Nagel), is captured and held hostage until Jeff and scout Tex Houston (Tom Fadden) come to her rescue. Spurred on by Carter, the Indians and some hired henchmen rob supply trains, drive surveyors off and burn down the telegraph station. Finally, in a battle at Black Hawk, Carter's gang is wiped out by Jeff and Jim Jackson (James Craig.) Carter is turned over to the law, and a peace treaty is signed with Chief War Eagle (Chief Yowlachie) . Jeff, and his bride, Claire are happy as pioneers welcome the first transcontinental train.

    This movie, created by Ford Beebe, Dick Foran and Anne Nagel, scores 6.5 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Adventure | Drama

  9. Dark Streets

    Dark Streets

    Pat and Danny McGlone are identical twin bothers, rivals and competitors in everything they do, and Pat grows up and becomes a policeman while Danny turns to a life of crime. They now find themselves on the opposite sides of the law, and both are in love with a pretty Irish girl from their neighborhood, Kate Dean. Before long one has to prove that blood is thicker than water.

    This movie, created by Frank Lloyd, Jack Mulhall and Lila Lee, scores 5.2 on IMDb.

    Genres - Action | Crime | Adventure

  10. Headline Shooter

    Headline Shooter

    The adventures of a wayward newsreel cameraman.

    This movie, created by Otto Brower, William Gargan and Frances Dee, scores 6.1 on IMDb.

    Genres - Crime | Adventure | Drama

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