Julie Morgan (Micaela Pignatelli) is sure that Gungala the half-naked
jungle girl (Kitty Swan) is her long-lost cousin who could challenge her
claims to her vast inheritance, so she hires Chandler (Jeff Tangen), the
only white man who has seen Gungala and survived to tell the tale, to take
her to deepest Africa to find her, and they hire Morton (Angelo Infanti),
Julie's ex, as their guide. Julie soon realizes that Chandler has a soft
spot for Gungala, so she uses her female charms to drag him to her side,
while Morton just doesn't like the looks of everything. Soon though it
seems the two women fight over Chandler, though they haven't even met eye
to eye yet ...
An Arab (Alberto Terrani) has learned about the 400 carat
diamond Gungala wears around her neck, and now he bribes a native tribe to
help him capture her, even though the natives worship Gungala as their
goddess, and attack our heroes just for good measure. Julie, Chandler and
Morton soon become aware that the natives are preparing an attack - and so
Julie has the great idea to dress up (or undress?) as Gungala to ... well,
be a goddess. Somehow she even gets her hands ont he 400 carat diamond,
and that's actually her downfall, and both she and Chandler are captured
by the natives and prepared to be killed, while the Arab gets away with
Morton in the meantime has met up with the real Gungala,
and the two fall in love, make out, and more. Then Gungala fetches an
elephant of her trust, attacks the native tribe and frees Chandler and
Julie. Morton in the meantime catches up with the Arab, just when he's
about to exit the land of the living thanks to some quicksand. At least
Morton can save the diamond.
Morton reunites with Chandler and Julie,
just when the natives are about to attack, but among the three of them a
fight over the diamond erupts, a fight that eventually leaves Julie dead.
Morton and Chandler manage to make an escape just before the natives have
caught up with them, and Gungala, whom the diamond has been returned to,
manages to fight them off single-handedly.
While Morton and Chandler
return to civilisation, Gungala can't but stay behind, tears in her eyes.
sequel to Gungala la vergine della Giungla is pretty much more of
the same: Adult entertainment (a jungle girl who gets naked a lot) dressed
up as boys' adventure. And the film's fun, too, not so much for its
qualities but its shortcomings, like its unconvincing jungle sets,
clumsily edited in jungle footage, feeble excuses for showing a few more
boobs, for its less-than-perfect cast and over-simplistic script.
Basically, it's really a boys' adventure story come to life - with boobs!