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US naval officer Don Winslow is given command of the islands near Pearl Harbor

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Don Winslow of the Navy is a 1942 Universal Pictures Serial film based on the comic strip Don Winslow of the Navy by Commander Frank V. Martinek. It was theatrically released in January of 1942. Commander Don Winslow is returned to the Office of Naval Intelligence from his command of his cruiser to investigate strange events on the Pacific island of Tangita, noticeably a ship being torpedoed.

Martinek articulated this central principle: "Since Don Winslow of the Navy is approved by the Navy Department, I cannot allow him to do anything that is contrary to the ideals, traditions or motives of the Navy. The strip debuted on March 5, 1934. A Sunday page was added in 1935. From 1934 to 1952, Beroth was the leading artist on the feature. Ken Ernst (later famous for Mary Worth), assisted or ghosted the art between 1940 and 1942. With Don leaving his fiancée behind in December 1941 to go fight the Japanese, the World War II period saw the height of Don Winslow's popularity. In addition, Dell also had Don Winslow in two issues of their Four Color Comics, a series which spotlighted a different character with nearly every issue

A movie serial in 12 Chapters: US naval officer Don Winslow is given command of the islands near Pearl Harbor. He discovers that there is a ring of saboteurs and enemy agents who are trying to destroy ships carrying supplies to the troops stationed in the islands and sabotage the war effort. He sets out with his trusted assistant and two beautiful women to find the mastermind behind these nefarious activities.

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
626 Unknown Artist Don Winslow Of The Navy (Original Radio Broadcast) ‎(LP) Mark56 Records 626 US 1973
No Artist - Don Winslow Of The Navy (Original Radio Broadcast) FLAC album
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Don Winslow Of The Navy (Original Radio Broadcast)
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