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Ramar of the Jungle - Jungle Terror

USA 1952
produced by
Arrow Productions
directed by Wallace Fox
starring Jon Hall, Ray Montgomery, James Fairfax, Harry Woods, Emory Parnell, Kristine Miller, Harry Lauter, Emmet Smith

tv-series
Ramar of the Jungle

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Deep in the African jungle, Ramar white jungle doctor (Jon Hall), his assistant Ogden (Robert Montgomery) encounter Wilkens (Harry Woods), a crooked trader who has previously been banned from the jungle for being crooked, & who makes a living out of selling whiskey to the native tribes. Ramar sends him away, but it's almost certain their paths will meet again ...

Later, in a seemingly unrelated story, a plane crashes, & the jungle drums tell Ramar that its passengers - Davis, his secretary Mary & their jungle guide Peters - were abducted by the Agomis, an evil cannibalistic tribe (even though no cannibalism is shown, of course). So Ramar decides to save the trio, & he takes his cockney guide Charlie (James Fairfax) with him.

Ambushing the Ogamis' village, the 2 of them see the tent with the 3 prisoners, heavily guarded, & they see Wilkens (told you they'd meet again), obrviously friends witht he Ogamis chieftain & his only whiskey supplier. So a plan is easily made up: Charlie pretends to throw in with Wilkens, proising him to help with the whiskey deliveries & convincing him that freeing the prisoners could be a financially profitable operation. So the 2 of them give whiskey to the prisoners' guards until they are drunk enough to be easily overcome. Then the guards are overcome, & once the prisoners are free Ramar knocks out Wilkens. Ramar & Charlie then lead the prisoners to safety, all except Peters, who has laid eyes on the Ogamis' gold idol, is overcome by greed, tries to steal it, but it all ends in a fight with the Ogamis' chief during which the hut they are in catches fire & they both die in the flames ... need I tell you that greed never pays ?

 

Another naive jungle adventure with a naive message & lots of stock footage sloppily edited in in (but aren't most Ramar of the Jungle-episodes like this). Still, some naive fun, if nothing else.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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