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"Sandra of the Secret Service: "Sandra's Vacation, Part 3"": Aboard the passenger liner bound for Florida, Sandra shadows Baron Von Schmidt, who is talking to himself out loud. He's guilt



Appearing in Sandra of the Secret Service: "Sandra's Vacation, Part 3"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Michael

Other Characters

  • Lucille du Pont von Schmidt
  • passenger liner officers

Antagonists:

  • Baron von Schmidt (wears a monocle)
  • two thugs (both die)

Locations:

  • Atlantic Coast

Vehicles:

  • passenger liner

Synopsis for Sandra of the Secret Service: "Sandra's Vacation, Part 3"

Aboard the passenger liner bound for Florida, Sandra shadows Baron Von Schmidt, who is talking to himself out loud. He's guilty all right. Meanwhile at another stateroom, the Baron's two erstwhile partners have finished tying up Michael, and now set out to pay a visit to their backstabbing buddy. Sandra, unobserved, sees them arrive, and watches as they brandish handguns at the Baron, awaken and gag Mrs. Von Schmidt, and generally gloat about how well this is going. The Baron douses the lights, drops to the floor, draws a gun, and shoots one of these punks, who screams.

Outside, Sandra is frustrated; she's packing a gun but can't shoot into the darkened stateroom. Some of the ship's officers arrive and she tells them it's a mob fight. They charge into the stateroom, but by now the Baron is gone, both crooks are dead, and Mrs. Von Schmidt is just now peeling the tape from her mouth, to inform them that the Baron has escaped, with the loot.

Appearing in Dr. Occult: "The Spirit Medium"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Police Captain Vin Ellsworth

Antagonists:

  • an evil spirit

Other Characters:

  • Madame Zora

Synopsis for Dr. Occult: "The Spirit Medium"

Ellsworth convinces Occult to accompany him to a seance, so that Occult can judge whether the medium, Madame Zora, is a fake or a genuine psychic. Madame Zora soon proves to be legitimate -- too legitimate, as she is possessed by an evil spirit. The other seance attendees flee, leaving only Occult and Ellsworth with the possessed Madame Zora. She corners Ellsworth with a spear, but Occult uses his powers to overcome the possessed woman. With Madame Zora unconscious, the evil spirit flees.

Appearing in Jack Woods: "Last Chance Gulch, Part 1"

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Synopsis for Jack Woods: "Last Chance Gulch, Part 1"

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Appearing in Three Musketeers: "Episode 19"

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Synopsis for Three Musketeers: "Episode 19"

Arriving at dusk at the execution grounds of Croix du Trahoir, M. Bonacieux is yanked from the carriage and frog-marched past some hanging corpses on a scaffold. The guards drag him up a stairway and into an antechamber, then park him on a bench. Another officer conveys him into a well-appointed study, where at a table sits the widely dreaded Cardinal Richelieu. His eminence examines the arrest report and has some sharp questions for Bonacieux, who whimpers about his innocence and implicates his wife and his tenant, Constance and D'Artagnan. Richelieu sends for the Comte de Rochefort, who arrives with good news. Bonacieux is sent away and returned to his cell, then Richelieu confirms with Rochefort that the Queen has, indeed, met with the Duke of Buckingham, and that she has gifted him with a particular set of diamond studs. Richelieu is very pleased.

Appearing in Brad Hardy: "Lorraine, Part 2"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Prince Kardos, of Agharti
  • Lorraine Lewis (Mentioned only)

Antagonists:

  • King of the City of the Grey People (Mentioned only)
  • General Porgo

Locations:

Synopsis for Brad Hardy: "Lorraine, Part 2"

Brad and Kardos have made their way thru the Grey Jungle and arrived outside the walls of the City of the Grey People. Somewhere inside, Lorraine is being held captive by the city's cruel king. They intently study the city that whole day, as they wait for night to fall, then quietly swim the moat and climb the castle wall. They reach a balcony, outside a richly-furnished bedchamber, and enter it. In the bed, sound asleep, is General Porgo, with his sword conveniently propped against the side of the bed. Brad creeps into the room.

Appearing in Spike Spalding: "Back to School"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Pincus (Final appearance)
  • Uncle George (Final appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Postman

Synopsis for Spike Spalding: "Back to School"

Spike is very glad to be back in his normal life. He and Pincus go out to play, but are soon annoyed to hear the ringing of the school bell. Meanwhile Uncle George receives an exciting letter from a foreign country!

Appearing in Wing Brady: "Wrath of Omar Khan"

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Antagonists:

  • Omar Khan
    • his flashmob of knife-wielders

Other Characters:

  • Runaway American Girl
  • dead man in house

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Synopsis for Wing Brady: "Wrath of Omar Khan"

Omar Khan shoots at the girl, but he is shaking with rage, and misses. He gets no time for a second shot, either, as Wing Brady pounces in and pounds him down. Khan tries again, with a knife this time, but Hap Hamilton grabs his arm and twists it up. Omar Khan yells for reinforcements, and a whole lot of them arrive, brandishing big knives! So out come the Legionnaires' side-arms, but it's a bad place to start shooting, so Lt. Brady has his guys hold their fire, and orders Omar Khan into a good hostage-position in front of them. The girl leads them, as they walk backward across the large courtyard, toward a gate in one wall. The gate is unbarred, and they all go thru it, Brady last, with his hostage. He releases Omar Khan, steps thru the gate, and bolts it. They're out in an alley, so picking a door at random, Wing steps into somebody's house. It's awkward, because a dead elderly well-dressed white man is lying on the floor in the middle of the room, with a big knife sticking out of his chest. When the girl sees this, she faints.

Appearing in Magic Crystal of History: "King Edward I and the Conquest of Scotland"

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Synopsis for Magic Crystal of History: "King Edward I and the Conquest of Scotland"

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Appearing in "Radio Squad"

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Appearing in Little Linda: "Yvonne Darling, Part 4"

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Synopsis for Little Linda: "Yvonne Darling, Part 4"

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Appearing in Johnnie Law: "The Dope Peddlers, Part 5"

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Synopsis for Johnnie Law: "The Dope Peddlers, Part 5"

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Appearing in Pirate Gold: "Episode 18"

Featured Characters:

  • Jeff Roberts (Final appearance)
  • Captain Dennis (Final appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Jean (Final appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Jean's Slave Buyer (Behind the scenes)
    • his guards

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Synopsis for Pirate Gold: "Episode 18"

Inside an enormous house in a crowded city in China, Jeff Roberts and Captain Dennis, using firecrackes, have stampeded a squad of blade-wielding guards out of a large room. Once they are gone, the two race away in the other direction, down a corridor to the room where they know Jean is held. There is an oak door, but Captain Dennis busts it open with his shoulder. The three of them run away down a hall and across an open court. They are spotted and pursued by five sword-wielding guards. They escape out a back door which Dennis slams, and braces himself to hold in place.

Appearing in Mark Marson: "The Murder of Lord Greystone, Part 5"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Inter-Planetary Police
    • Lieutenant Montague

Antagonists:

  • Doctor
  • Reptile House Attendant

Animals:

  • Forked Cobra (Mentioned only)

Era:

  • 2060

Locations:

  • Planet Ciro
    • Blue Bay
      • Zoo

Synopsis for Mark Marson: "The Murder of Lord Greystone, Part 5"

One of the zoo-keepers has a bandaged head. Marson questions him. His story holds together, but when he sneezes, a small box falls out of his pocket, hits the floor, falls open, and out rolls a small hypodermic syringe.

Appearing in "Radio Squad"

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Appearing in Bob Merritt: "The Mystery Plane, Part 25"

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Supporting Characters:

  • Jake (Final appearance)
  • Red (Final appearance)
  • Shorty (Final appearance)

Synopsis for Bob Merritt: "The Mystery Plane, Part 25"

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Appearing in Hope Hazard: "Fenton Manor"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Mr. Hazard, Hope's father, former Secret Service agent (Single appearance)

Antagonists:

  • Baron Serge Rasoff (formerly "Nifty Nick") (Single appearance)
    • two giant black servants
  • Princess Fiesole (formerly "Glamorous Kate") (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Mr. & Mrs. Hopkins, household staff
  • Novello, French Secret Service (Dies)
  • Secret Service Inspector Thomas (Single appearance)
    • his raiding squad

Locations:

  • Fenton Manor
  • Rasoff Estate

Items:

  • DeChoff Diamond

Vessels:

  • Rasoff's chartered yacht

Synopsis for Hope Hazard: "Fenton Manor"

Hope Hazard inherits Fenton Manor, which is neighbored by Serge Rasoff's estate. Rasoff is an international thief, from Russia, known to Hope's father, an ex-Secret Service man. Actually, Rasoff is "Nifty Nick", known to Secret Service Inspector Thomas. This criminal has concealed a valuable stolen diamond under a floor tile, and murdered a French Secret Service agent, in his country house. Hope snoops around until she's figured out what's hidden, and where, while her butler calls in the Secret Service, which raids the estate, finds the dead agent and the stolen diamond, and arrests "Rasoff".

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