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Jungle Siren (1942)

Approved | | Adventure, Romance, War | 14 August 1942 (USA)
A woman who was raised in the jungle helps a man fight Nazis who are trying to start a native uprising.



(story) (as George W. Sayre), (story) | 2 more credits »




Complete credited cast:
Captain Gary Hart
Evelyn Wahl ...
Frau Anna Lukas
Paul Bryar ...
Sergeant Mike Jenkins
Milton Kibbee ...
Dr. Thomas Harrigan (as Mil Kibbee)
Arno Frey ...
Herr George Lukas
Jess Lee Brooks ...
Chief Selangi
Manart Kippen ...
Major Renault - Commandant
James Adamson ...
Johnny - a Native
Greco ...
Greco, a Chimp (as Greco the Chimp)


A woman who was raised in the jungle helps a man fight Nazis who are trying to start a native uprising.

Plot Summary | Add Synopsis


She's...Bewitching! Thrilling! Exciting! (original poster) See more »


Adventure | Romance | War


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Release Date:

14 August 1942 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Djungelflickans hämnd  »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


The earliest documented telecast of this film in the New York City area occurred Monday 11 February 1946 on pioneer television station WNBT (Channel 1). See more »


[Mike flexes his muscles]
Sergeant Mike Jenkins: Hey, another ten days of this and I'll have a physique like Buster Crabbe!
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Edited into Isle of Forgotten Sins (1943) See more »


Song of the Jungle
Written by Johnny Lange and Lew Porter
Sung by Ann Corio
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Far from Green Hell
18 October 2011 | by (The El Monte Legion Stadium) – See all my reviews

"Jungle Siren" is the kind of flick kids would thrill to at matinées in the 1940's. It plays like the missing chapter from a serial like "Nyoka and the Lost Secret of Hippocrates" or "Batmen of Africa" or even "U238 and the Witchdoctor". For this Buster Crabbe traded in his blonde Flash Gordon hair dye in this ultra cheap Sam Newfield production for the PRC studio glowering in Hollywood's Gower gulch. His character is the forerunner of his "Captain Gallant of the Foreign Legion" TV show as a schmuck who's supposed to be attached to the Free French during WWII. He even has a sidekick faithful companion who could be called "faithful companion" man, but isn't. Anyway, they go off in search of nothing in particular and find it in the guise of a hot babe who knows how to shoot arrows at jungle Nazis, shamefully played by one, Ann Corio. She is the titular "Jungle Siren" and she has a faithful companion,too, but this one isn't human -- a moth eaten Cheetah chimp stand-in that has very little time to cheer us.

Buster and friend and Siren wander around the Santa Anita Park Race Track Botanic Gardens looking for likely spots to ambush the one Nazi and his very "authentic" witchdoctor henchman buddy. Of course, they are victorious. Another B movie jungle adventure comes to its inevitable conclusion as Buster runs off with the chimp and leaves the Siren to set up housekeeping as a wheezy fire house siren with still other moth eaten native stand-ins.

No, I jest, but this ending wouldn't be any more illogical or silly than the actual one.

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