Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Who better to star in Doubling with Danger than one of Hollywood's premiere stunt doubles, Richard Talmadge? "The Prince of Pep" (as he was billed by his studio) stars as a devil-may-care aviator, working on a government project. A gang of unpatriotic criminals intends to steal the plans for a revolutionary "silent airplane." But with Talmadge on the scene, the crooks haven't got a chance. Doubling with Danger was directed by Scott R. Dunlap, who as a Monogram producer was later responsible for such popular film series as "The Cisco Kid" and "Charlie Chan."
aerial, conflict, espionage, gangster, government, outwit, plans, silence