|Produced by||Henry MacRae|
Clarence Upson Young
|Music by||Charles Previn|
William A. Sickner
Saul A. Goodkind (supervisor)|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Release date(s)||8 April 1941|
|Running time||12 chapters (227 min)|
|Country||25px United States|
Captain Dayton, owner of Sky Raiders, Inc., has invented a new fighter plane and bomb sight. Nazi agent Felix Lynx attempts to steal these inventions for his own country. Dayton recruits young Tim Bryant, a member of Air Youth of America, to help him.
- Donald Woods as Captain Bob Dayton / John Kane, World War I ace and co-owner of Sky Raiders, Inc.
- Billy Halop as Tim Bryant, member of the Air Youth of America
- Robert Armstrong as Leiutenant Ed Carey, co-owner of Sky Raiders, Inc.
- Eduardo Ciannelli as Felix Lynx, Nazi agent
- Kathryn Adams as Mary Blake, Sky Raiders, Inc.'s secretary
- Jacqueline Dalya as Innis Clair
- Jean Fenwick as The Countess Irene
- Reed Hadley as Caddens, one of Lynx's henchmen
- Irving Mitchell as R.S. Hinchfield
- Edgar Edwards as Teal, one of Lynx's henchmen
- John Holland as Hess, one of Lynx's henchmen
- Roy Gordon as Major General Fletcher
- Alex Callam as Captain Long
- Phil Warren as Bakeman, the crackpot with gun
- Bill Cody, Jr. as Jack Hurd, a young boy
- Wings of Disaster!
- Death Rides the Storm
- The Toll of Treachery
- Battle in the Clouds
- The Fatal Blast
- Stark Terror!
- Flaming Doom
- The Plunge of Peril
- Torturing Trials
- Flash of Fate
- Terror of the Storm
- Winning Warriors!
The Green Hornet Strikes Again! (1941)
Sky Raiders (1941)
| Succeeded by|
Riders of Death Valley (1941)
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