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|Burn 'Em Up Barnes|
|Directed by||Colbert Clark|
|Written by||Colbert Clark|
Sherman L. Lowe
Barney A. Sarecky
|Produced by||Nat Levine|
|Edited by||Earl Turner|
|Music by||Lee Zahler|
|Distributed by||Mascot Pictures|
|12 chapters (210 minutes)|
Burn 'Em Up Barnes is a 1934 American Pre-Code movie serial produced and distributed by Mascot Pictures, along with a feature version of the serial bearing the same title. It was a loose remake of the 1921 silent film of the same name.
- Jack Mulhall as Burn-'em-Up Barnes, racing driver nicknamed the "King of the Dirt Track" and shortly the co-owner of the Temple Barnes Transportation school bus company
- Frankie Darro as Bobbie Riley, Barnes' kid sidekick and ward following his brother's accidental death
- Lola Lane as Marjorie Temple, owner of the Temple (later Temple Barnes) Transportation school bus company and land with a hidden wealth of oil
- Julian Rivero as Tony, Marjorie's bumbling Italian-accented mechanic
- Edwin Maxwell as Lyman Warren
- Jason Robards as John Drummond, crooked race promoter who knows that Marjorie's land is really worth millions and will stop at nothing to get it
- Francis McDonald as Ray Ridpath, villainous driver working for Drummond
- King of the Dirt Tracks
- The Newsreel Murder
- The Phantom Witness
- The Celluloid Clue
- The Decoy Driver
- The Crimson Alibi
- Roaring Rails
- The Death Crash
- The Man Higher Up
- The Missing Link
- The Fatal Whisper
Burn 'Em Up Barnes was released on Region 0 DVD by Alpha Video on November 27, 2007. A feature-length version of the serial was released on Region 0 DVD-R by Alpha Video on October 30, 2012, but this is not the same as the feature version originally prepared by Mascot Pictures; its origins are unknown. The 1921 silent version of the serial was released on Region 0 DVD-R by Alpha Video on July 7, 2015.
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