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Ramar of the Jungle - The Crocodile God of Kaa

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produced by
Rudolph C. Flothow for Arrow Productions
directed by Paul Landres
starring Jon Hall, Ray Montgomery, Victor Millan, Edgar Barrier, Steve Acton, Alfred Santos
written by Barry Shipman

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Ramar of the Jungle, Ramar in India

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jungle Doctor Ramar (Jon Hall) & his companion professor Ogden (Ray Montgomery) learn of the evil cult of Kaa, which regularly feeds people to crocodiles should they - or their family - not be able to pay ransom.

But why are they so feared all over India ?

Because the followers of the Kaa-cult have the strength of 5 men. So while Ramar's friend, the Maharajah (Edgar Barrier) has his subjects go on a massive crocodile hunt (which allows the insertion of massive stock footage), Ramar decides to discredit the followers of Kaa by capturing one of them ... which is (naturally) not quite as easy as it may sound, & in the end Ogden ends up being a prisoner of Kaa.

But by now Ramar has figured out that all the cult's followers must be on some drug that temporarily gives them superhuman strength ... so when he would succeed to spoil their drug ...

Soon, for the life of Ogden, Ramar challenges the highpriest of Kaa to a hand-on-hand duel ... but sees to it that his servant Zahir (Victor Millian) puts something into the highpriest's bucket containing his drug ... & so, when the highpriest feels a little weak during the fight & takes a sip of his drug, he ultimately seals his fate, & the fate of the cult ... because of course Ramar wins their fight & the cult loses face with all those who feared it, & ultimately the cult's followers will die from the drug's after effects, as Ramar explains.

 

One of the duller episodes of Ramar of the Jungle, as too much sloppily pasted in footage of natives going crocodile hunting slows down the proceedings too much to stay interesting ... especially since this footage does not make too much sense in the context of the storyline (it rather seems that the cult of Kaa has become a crocodile cult only because crocodile hunting footage was available).

 

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