A big-game hunter travels to Malaya to help stop the Nazis and Japanese from destroying the rubber industry.

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Frank Buck
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Linda MacCardle
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Peter Jeremy
Howard Banks ...
Tom Clayton
J. Farrell MacDonald ...
Geoffrey MacCardle
Alex Havier ...
Ali (as J. Alex Havier)
Arno Frey ...
Dr. Lang
Dan Seymour ...
Henry Gratz
Pedro Regas ...
Takko
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A big-game hunter travels to Malaya to help stop the Nazis and Japanese from destroying the rubber industry.

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10 September 1943 (USA)  »

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I misteri della jungla  »

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Edited into Dark Jungle Theater: Tiger Fangs (2016) See more »

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Meanwhile, Back in the Ancient Stock Footage Library...
25 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

Jungle films sometimes incorporate some noirish sequences, but as they were generally made for the matinée trade, the most often used plot element was mystery. Admittedly, in some movies like "Tiger Fangs" (1943), the mystery element was easily penetrated by a seven-year-old, even though it seemed to puzzle slow-of-brain Frank Buck and company. Admittedly, a bit of well-staged action helped to distract from the plot's shortcomings. However, aside from its copious use of ancient stock shots, this movie's most notable contribution to an audience's entertainment was the engaging performance by Dan Seymour as an overweight, short-sighted villain. The rest of the players were a waste of time. It was particularly sad to see super-lovely June Duprez (star of Korda's luxurious "Thief of Bagdad") forced to stand around in the shade of such pushy "B" regulars as Duncan Renaldo and J. Farrell MacDonald


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