Cobra Woman (1944)
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In this campy fantasy, the dreaded Cobra woman slithers through the African jungle. The story chronicles the struggle between two twin sisters, one good, the other evil, over the right to reign in the local cobra-worshiping cult.
as Tollea / Naja
as Father Paul
as Chief Guard
as Native Woman
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Critic Reviews for Cobra Woman
Decades later, it's easy to see why this Maria Montez exotic adventure became a cult item and a campy picture for gay and straight viewers.
A fun-filled camp fantasy melodrama about cobra worshippers on an exotic secret tropical island.
A deliciously detestable Hollywood relic; a bad movie that knows how to be good.
Although not a musical, Cobra Woman functions as one, boasting Naja's orgiastic undulating cobra dance and the mellifluous ring of Montez's thickly accented line delivery.
Audience Reviews for Cobra Woman
I don't know what the big deal is about this movie being campy, it seemed like a normal weird island secret cult movie to me, I've seen other movies like that before and this isn't anything different. I wouldn't consider this campy or a cult classic or anything, it's just a silly island horror movie.More
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