In Jungle Queen (1945), condensed from its 13 original chapters, it is discovered that Nazis are trying to arouse the tribes of the middle jungle in Africa to revolt against the British. Americans Bob Elliott (Edward Norris) and Chuck Kelly (Eddie Quillan) arrive to help the British agents. Beautiful Lothel (Ruth Roman), the mystical and mysterious Queen of the Jungle, appears (and disappears) always in the nick of time to save them. Nazi chiefs, posing as scientists are trying to gain influence over some of the tribesman. A Secret Sword is the key to the ruler of the jungles, and the holder of this secret is sought by both the British and the Nazis. Nabonga (1944), starring Buster Crabbe with Julie London in her first film role, is the story of young Ray Gorman who travels to Africa to try to track down the money embezzled from his father’s bank years earlier. After a long trek through the jungle Gorman finds the money in the care of beautiful ‘white witch’ Doreen, daughter of the now long-dead embezzler. Gorman finds his goal difficult to accomplish as not only does Doreen, guarded by a huge, ferocious gorilla, not want to give up the money, but greedy guide Carl Hurst has followed Gorman’s trail, intent on getting the money himself by any means necessary. New digital transfer and superior soundtrack.
RETRO DRIVE-IN JUNGLE GIRLS DOUBLE-FEATURE: Jungle Queen and Nabonga Plus Trailers. 148 Minutes. DVD in Box. Extras.
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