Captive Wild Woman (1943)

Captive Wild Woman (1943)

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Movie Info

In this low-budget horror outing an insane researcher manages to create a terrifying creature that is half orangutan and half woman. The trouble begins when she falls in love with the hunter/trainer who captured her primate parts in the jungle. Unfortunately, the hunter cannot return her love causing her to fly into a deadly jealous rage that doesn't stop until his life is later endangered in a cage full of jungle cats.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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In Theaters:
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Studio:
Universal

Cast

John Carradine
as Dr. Sigmund Walters
Martha Vickers
as Dorothy Colman
Lloyd Corrigan
as John Whippie
Evelyn Ankers
as Beth Colman
Milburn Stone
as Fred Mason
Vince Barnett
as Curley Barret
Fay Helm
as Miss Strand
Acquanetta
as Paula Dupree
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Critic Reviews for Captive Wild Woman

All Critics (5)

Lovable but far-fetched hokum sci-fi horror film.

Full Review… | April 6, 2007
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Not captivating.

Full Review… | May 24, 2005
StaciWilson.com

A bad start to an even worse series of Ape Woman movies.

September 17, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

A silly Universal B-horror film, that is 60+minutes of corn.

January 30, 2003
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)

It's a silly-sounding premise that somehow pulls itself together into a more swift-moving and thematically-intriguing package than it easily could've turned out to be.

Full Review… | July 27, 2009
Classic Movie Guide

Quote not available.

July 27, 2005
EmanuelLevy.Com

Audience Reviews for Captive Wild Woman

½

While rather idiotic in a lot of ways, it is much better than alot of movies of it's kind. You can tell Universal wanted to make this into a series and for this to be their female monster. While that didn't happen it look at times like they cared. Carradine and Ankers both turn in good genre performances and Acquanetta looks good at least. It isn't a classic, but it has it moments.

Jason Hartman
Jason Hartman

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