|The Great Alaskan Mystery|
|Directed by||Lewis D. Collins|
|Written by||Jack Foley|
George H. Plympton
|Produced by||Henry MacRae|
Samuel S. Hinds
William A. Sickner
|Edited by||Irving Birnbaum|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|13 chapters (223 minutes)|
The Great Alaskan Mystery is a 1944 Universal film serial about government agents trying to stop Nazi spies from getting their hands on futuristic weapons.
James 'Jim' Hudson, an adventurer and accompanied by allies, goes after Nazi agents who have a new death ray called the Paratron...
The author of a book on movie serials, William C. Cline, considers this to be a mediocre serial but possessing a good cast and all the necessary "ingredients" of a good serial.