|Captain Video and His Video Rangers TV DVD Al Hodge (1949)
Captain Video and His Video Rangers TV DVD Al Hodge (1949)
Over one hour of episodes also includes all original commercials.
Captain Video and His Video Rangers was an American science fiction
television series. It was broadcast on the DuMont Television Network,
and was the first series of its kind on American television. It aired
between June 27, 1949 and April 1, 1955. Set in the future, the series
followed the adventures of a group of fighters for truth and justice,
the Video Rangers, led by Captain Video. The Rangers operated from a
secret base on a mountain top. Their uniforms resembled US Army surplus
with lightning bolts sewn on. The Captain had a teenaged sidekick who
was always called only The Video Ranger. A bit like Batman, Captain
Video took his orders from the Commissioner of Public Safety, whose
responsibilities seemingly took in the entire solar system as well as
human colonies around other stars. As his name indicated, the Captain
was the first adventure hero explicitly designed (by DuMont's idea-man
Larry Menkin) for early live television. "Tobor" the robot was an
important character on the program, and represents the first appearance
of a robot in live televised science fiction.
Don Hastings The Video Ranger
Al Hodge Captain Video
Ben Lackland Commissioner of Public Safety Charles Carey
Hal Conklin Dr. Pauli
Ed Condit Announce
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