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Ramar of the Jungle - King of the Watus

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Rudolph C. Flothow for Arrow Productions
directed by Sam Newfield
starring Jon Hall, Ray Montgomery, Nick Stewart, Darwin Greenfield, William Tannen, Woody Strode
written by Dwight V.Babcock

tv-series
Ramar of the Jungle

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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On one of their walks through the jungle, Ramar (Jon Hall), white jungle doctor, his assistant Ogden (Ray Montgomery) and their black servant Willy (Nick Stewart) run across a woman, Laura (Darwin Greenfield), who wants to go to the village of the Watus, where her husband Carl (William Tannen), who is impervious to knives and spears thanks to some serum, is king. Of course, this is noventure for a woman on ther own, but since Ramar and company are such nice gentlemen and since they are especially interested in the serum, they agree to accompany her.

At the Watu-village they find Carl, who is hell-bent on  exploiting the land of all its emeralds, in constant conflict with the Watus' chief Namura (Woody Strode), and thus he has to demonstrate again and again that he really is impervius to knives and spears - which before long gets to him physically. So at night, Ramar and company decide to kidnap him and take him to civilisation with them. Eventually, Namura and his men catch up with them, but after Ramar returns all of Carl's emeralds to them, Namura lets them go.

Then though, Carl wakes up and rushes back to Watu-village before Ramar and company can catch up with him, to get the emeralds he thinks rightfully belong to him. But of course, he is stopped by Namura, who now wants to feed him to the crocodiles, and only at the very last minute can Ramar save Carl from being eaten alive and can even convince Namura to let them go ...

 

Very mediocre episode of Ramar of the Jungle that is based on a story concept - a man who's impervious to knives and spears thanks to a serum - that's way too silly to be taken seriously. Rather a waste of time, actually.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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