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Safari Drums

USA 1953
produced by
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directed by Ford L. Beebe
starring Johnny Sheffield, Barbara Bestar, Emory Parnell, Paul Marion, Douglas Kennedy, Leonard Mudie, Smoki Whitfield, James Adamson, Russ Conway, Rory Mallinson, Jack Williams, Carleton Young
written by Ford L. Beebe, based on characters by Roy Rockwood, music by Martin Skiles

Bomba the Jungle Boy

review by
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Bomba the Jungle Boy number 9:

Millionair Larry Conrad (Emory Parnell) has travelled deep into the African jungle with his crew - his secretary Peg (Barbara Bestar), his guide Brad (Douglas Kennedy) and his cameraman Steve (Paul Marion) to shoot as many jungle animals as possible - on film. He wants to enlist the help of Bomba the Jungle Boy (Johnny Sheffield), but Bomba doesn't feel like it and simply turns him down ... until he receives message via jungle drums that one of Conrad's party is a killer (though nobody knows who exactly) and that he's supposed to keep them occupied until the police arrives.

So Bomba leads the little party around the jungle to show them many an animal, but unfortunately, Brad every now and again gets trigger-happy and shoots some of the animals, much to Bomba's dismay - but of course, he can't quit the party because of the killer. And to top that off, Larry Conrad has also brought a tiger with him to fight a lion in an one-of-a-kind battle (the footage is quite good actually), something else Bomba is not particularly fond of.

Eventually, Peg - the only one Bomba told about the killer - finds proof that Brad is actually the wanted man, and soon he and Bomba get into mortal combat ... which is in the end decided by a lion who kills Brad before Bomba manages to kill him.

 

Nothing great, but quite an ok jungle adventure/murder mystery of the low budget variety, that is at least worth your while if you are into cheap jungle films.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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