Queen of the Amazons
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It doesn't. The title character is queen of the Amazons, not the Amazon.

When we first meet Gabby, he is reciting "The Three Fishers" by Charles Kingsley. He quotes it throughout the movie.

Read the poem here.

Col. Jones: "I think it was Horace Greeley who said there are times when it is more dangerous to go back than to go ahead."

Horace Greeley (1811-1872) was the editor of the New York Tribune and a founder of the Republican party.

No. This is a jungle picture with no sci-fi trappings at all. At least one DVD distributor has packaged this in its collection of science fiction films, possibly because the title is similar to so many B-grade sci-fi flicks, such as Queen of Outer Space (1958) and Amazon Women on the Moon (1987) (which spoofs the genre).

No major distributor has released it, but several small companies have. This film seems to be in the public domain, which means any distributor can legally sell copies without paying royalties. Beware. Some small distributors market copies of public domain films with poor picture and sound. Others are more reputable and deliver good transfers of the best available prints. Shop around.

You can begin your search here at Amazon.com.

Watch Queen of the Amazons (1947) on:

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