Sky Raiders

(1941)
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Overview

Captain Bob Dayton and Lieutenant Ed Carey are partners in a company called "Sky Raiders" which seeks US government contracts for its inventions. Enemy spies attempt to steal, sabotage and discredit the inventions and founders of the company.

  1. Ray Taylor

    Director

  2. Ford Beebe

    Director

  3. Paul Huston

    Screenplay

  4. Clarence Upson Young

    Screenplay

  5. Eliot Gibbons

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Donald Woods

    Donald Woods

    Captain Bob Dayton

  2. Kathryn Adams

    Kathryn Adams

    Mary Blake

  3. Robert Armstrong

    Robert Armstrong

    Lieutenant Ed Carey

  4. Eduardo Ciannelli

    Eduardo Ciannelli

    Felix Lynx

  5. Jacqueline Dalya

    Jacqueline Dalya

    Innis Clair

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Status Released

Release Information

  • April 8, 1941
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 3h 47m

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