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The Jungle (1952)





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This Lippert release teams studio "regulars" Cesar Romero and Marie Windsor with Monogram's Rod Cameron. The three stars head to India to investigate reports that the elephant population is being terrorized and stampeded by prehistoric mammoths. There's lots of lovely scenery and fascinating glimpses of Indian wildlife, but not much in the way of plot, nor is a plot really called for under the circumstances. Largely filmed on location in India by Voltaire/Modern Theatres Ltd. Productions, the American version of The Jungle runs 74 minutes, while the Indian release version reportedly ran twice that length!
Action & Adventure , Drama , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Lippert Pictures


Marie Windsor
as Princess Mari
Rod Cameron
as Steve Bentley
Cesar Romero
as Rama Singh
as The Aunt
M.N. Nambiar
as Mahaji
David Abraham
as Prime Minister
as Young Boy
Chitra Devi
as The Dancer
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Critic Reviews for The Jungle

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The tame jungle adventure tale follows a lame screenplay.

Full Review… | June 5, 2016
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Dull story, unmemorable characters, and a lot of wasted suspense. The Mammoths don't appear until the very few last minutes, and the rest of the film is uninteresting. It has a few good elements, otherwise it's the usual Lippert film.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

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