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Kilma, the Jungle Goddess
Kilma, Queen of the Jungle

Spain 1975
produced by
Ricardo Munoz Suay (executive) for Profilmes
directed by Miguel Iglesias (as M.I. Bonns)
starring Eva Miller, Paul Naschy, Maria Perschy, Ricardo Merino, Marina Ferri, Luis Induni, Tony Duran, Gaspar 'Indio' González, Juan Matas, José María Blanco, José Dacosta, Josep Minguell, Carlos Tristán
written by Miguel Cuso, Miguel Iglesias (as M.I. Bonns), music by Alberto Argudo


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's been 15 years now that Isabel's (Maria Perschy) husband crashlanded in the African jungle, and a bag full of diamonds and his daughter with him. Now Isabel is sure that her husband and the diamonds are lost, but she's also sure that her daughter has survived and has now become legendary white junglegirl Kilma (Eva Miller), so she sends her brother Johan (Paul Naschy) along with documentary filmmaker Albert and his team to the jungle to try and locate her. (Need I say Isabel is totally right on that account?)

Of course, Isabel has sent her little team to the jungle not one moment too soon, because a trio of cutthroats have already managed to locate her, and they are of course after the diamonds. But Kilma's mighty handy with the whiplash ...

Somehow, Albert manages to win Kilma's trust and does his best to try and convince her to return to civilisation and her mother with him - but Johan has ulterior motives, he wants to get rid of Kilma to eventually inherit his brother's fortune, so he hooks up with the bad guys and lures her into a trap. Albert on the other hand has long fallen in love with Kilma, so he will stop at nothing to save her - which he does in a finale in which Johan redeems himself by keeping the leader of the baddies from killing Kilma on the spot, and yet Johan and the head baddie both are doomed to die in quicksand, a fate almost shared by Kilma, until Albert shows up to save the day ...


Low budget junglegirl flick that, apart from the junglegirl in question carrying a whiplash, has little to distinguish itself from other similar films - and yet I somehow rather enjoyed it. True, the lack of budget shows, the acting isn't too great,the directorial effort is uninspired, the script is overly clichéed, and the film is not half as erotic as other films of similar ilk (there's no nudity involved here) - but then maybe I'm just a sucker for junglegirl flicks to begin with ...


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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