Warren William plays the Lone Wolf for the 8th time in One Dangerous Night (1943), and entry highlighted by Eric Blore’s antics and the debut of Ann Savage.
Counter-Espionage (1942) The Lone Wolf and Co. in London — With Nazis
The Lone Wolf and company find themselves in London during the Blitz in Counter-Espionage, the 7th Warren William entry to the Lone Wolf mystery series.
Secrets of the Lone Wolf (1941) – Lanyard’s Uneasy Alliance
Dickens hauls Lanyard off to the Inspector but this time Crane wants the Lone Wolf’s help. Warren William stars for a 6th time in this Lone Wolf entry directed by Edward Dmytryk.
The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance (1941) – A Wager with the Inspector and Dickens
In Warren William’s fifth go as Michael Lanyard in The Lone Wolf Takes a Chance, he bets the Inspector and Dickens that he can stay out of trouble for 24 hours.
The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date (1940) – Warren William Plays Stamp Collector
In the fourth Warren William entry to The Lone Wolf series, The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date, Lanyard and his stamp collection get mixed up in another murder mystery.