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directed by Ford L. Beebe
starring Johnny Sheffield, Donna Martell, Edith Evanson, Martin Wilkins, John Kellogg, Myron Healey, Leonard Mudie, Guy Kingsford, James Adamson, Max Thrower, James Payne
written by Ford L. Beebe, based on characters by Roy Rockwood, music by Raoul Kraushaar

Bomba the Jungle Boy

review by
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Bomba the Jungle Boy film number 6:

Native girl Lola (Donna Martell) has fallen in love with Bomba the jungle boy (Johnny Sheffield), whom she, assistant to village teacher Miss Banks (Edith Evanson), teaches to read and write - and unfortunately, that seems to be all he's interested in. So she decides to make him jealous, hooking up with white hunters Warren (John Kellog) and Collins (Myron Healey) ... who unbeknowest to her are crooked elephant hunters who even kill to get their hands on every bit of ivory they can get. and Bomba is actually on their trail, as he is opposed to anyone who kills elephants - which of course makes Warren and Collins want to kill Bomba as well, and they plan to use the girl to do so.

Meanwhile it looks as if Miss Banks has to use the native village due to lack of funds, but chief Nagalia (Martin Wilkins) figures he can help increase funds by selling the ivory his ancestors have stocked in a hidden cave nearby decades ago. Unfortunately though, the crooked hunters learn about this, and now they want to get their hands on this ivory as well - and they even take Lola hostage to get what they want ... but in the end, an elephant stampede takes care of them, while Bomba friend of all animals, saves teh day by keeping the elephants from destroying the whole native village.

This film introduces Leonard Mudie as the new commissioner Barnes and has Bomba riding an elephant for the first time.

 

Not too bad an entry into the Bomba series in which stock footage and newly shot footage are combined quite effectively. The downside however is that the film's plot is totally predictable. Still, if you like cheao jungle films, this one's at least worth a look (if you can find it).

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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