|Clancy of the Mounted|
|Directed by||Ray Taylor|
|Written by||Basil Dickey (continuity)|
Harry O. Hoyt (adaptation)
Ella O'Neill (dialogue)
Robert W. Service (poem)
|Produced by||Henry MacRae|
|Edited by||Maurice Pivar (supervising)|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|12 chapters (225 minutes)|
Clancy of the Mounted (1933) is an American pre-Code Universal movie serial based on the poem "Clancy of the Mounted Police" by Robert W. Service, directed by Ray Taylor. Tom Tyler played Sgt. Clancy, and William L. Thorne played the villainous claim jumper, Black McDougal.
This was Universal's 85th serial and the 17th with sound. Though long considered lost, the first six chapters were released on DVD by Hermitage Hill Media in 2012; According to MDB the British Film Institute (BFI) holds a 35mm print of all 12 chapters in completion
Sergeant Tom Clancy, of the North-West Mounted Police, is assigned to arrest his own brother Steve, who has been framed for murdering a neighbor by "Black" McDougal and Pierre LaRue.