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G-Men Never Forget

G-Men Never Forget Code 645 1948

Moore, former stuntman and future Lone Ranger, stars in this 12-part serial about FBI agents battling the bad guys. Lots of action. On two cassettes. 167m/B VHS . Clayton Moore, Roy Barcroft, Ramsay Ames, Drew Allen, Tommy Steele, Eddie Acuff; D: Fred Brannon, Yakima Canutt.

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