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Killer Leopard

USA 1954
produced by
Ford L. Beebe for Allied Artists
directed by Ford L. Beebe
starring Johnny Sheffield, Beverly Garland, Barry Bernard, Donald Murphy, Leonard Mudie, Smoki Whitfield, Harry Cording, Russ Conway, Rory Mallinson, Charles Stevens, Roy Glenn
screenplay by Ford L. Beebe, based on characters by Roy Rockwood, music by Marlin Skiles

Bomba the Jungle Boy

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Bomba the Jungle Boy number 11:

Bomba (Johnny Sheffield) is hunting a black leopard that has a predeliction for killing humans when he bumps into Linda Winters (Beverly Garland), a movie actress trying to track down her husband Fred (Donald Murphy), who has fled the USA after he had embezzled quite a sum of money. Bomba is quick to track down Fred, but he doesn't want to have anything to do with his wife anymore, even though she promises to take care of the embezzlement-affair. But no, Fred haas hooked up with crooked guide Pulham (Barry Bernard), and together they are heading for a diamond mine headed by Sanders (Harry Cording) to buy some diamonds from him behind the mining company's back.

Thing is, Pulham gets greedy eventually, too greedy for his own good, and so Sanders kills him in cold blood and has his body hidden away in a cave, then tells Fred, who doesn't know about his partner's unfortunate death, to make a getaway on his own. Somehow, Fred is persuaded to do just that even if he has no jungle experience - but when heading to God-knows-where, he bumps into Bomba and Linda, but before he and his wife can get into an argument, the black leopard attacks, and while Bomba takes him on in fight, Fred and Linda hide in a nearby cave - where they find the corpse of Pulham. Fred realizes he is down on his luck and the only way out is to kill Bomba  while he's fighting the leopard, as this way it would look like an accident ... but as he is to do just that, the police arrives, shoots the gun right out of his hands, and arrests Fred while Bomba has finally succeeded in killing the killer leopard.

 

Nothing big, not even within the Bomba series, but like most films of the series, an ok jungle adventure of the cheap variety.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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