\nAlthough the series had strong western elements, King mostly captured criminals and spies, and found lost hikers with the use of his plane, the Songbird. Though the planes used changed during the course of the series, the later model was not given a number, but was still known as the Songbird.
\nKing and his niece, Penny, lived on the Flying Crown Ranch, near the town of Grover, Arizona. Penny and Clipper were also pilots, though still relatively inexperienced and looking to their uncle for guidance and mentoring. Penny was an accomplished air racer and rated multi-engine pilot, whom Sky trusted to fly the Songbird. In the third TV episode, Penny refers to Clipper as \"my brother\", so they are siblings.
\nThe musical score was largely the work of Herschel Burke Gilbert.
Languages: en, English,
Produced By: McGowan Productions, Jack Chertok Television Productions
Runtime: 30 min
Date Published: 1952-04-05
Year Released: 1952
Rating: 1 out of 10
Content Rating: 30min
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