Code of the Secret Service is a 1939 film directed by Noel M. Smith and starring Ronald Reagan. It is the second of four films in the U.S. Secret Service Agent Brass Bancroft series, having been preceded by Secret Service of the Air and followed by Smashing the Money Ring and Murder in the Air . The series was part of a late 1930s effort by Warner Bros. to produce films depicting law enforcement in a positive light under pressure from Homer Stille Cummings and Will H. Hays , due to the studio's part in producing early 1930s films glamorizing gangsters. The series also enabled Warner Bros....
|Release date:||May 27, 1939|
|Directed by:||Noel M. Smith|
|Producer:||Hal B. Wallis, Bryan Foy, Jack Warner|
|Music by:||Max Steiner|