The Flying Squad (1932 film)

The Flying Squad is a 1932 British crime film directed by F.W. Kraemer and starring Harold Huth, Carol Goodner, Henry Wilcoxon and Edward Chapman. It was based on a novel by Edgar Wallace, which was also filmed in 1929 and 1940.[1] The officers of the Flying Squad attempt to track down a drug-smuggling gang.[2]



  1. "The Flying Squad (1932)". IMDb. 20 July 1932.
  2. "The Flying Squad". BFI.
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