A young man travels to Brazil to claim his share of his father's rubber empire, and to find out exactly what happened to his father.

Director:

(as S.K. Seeley)

Writers:

(story), (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Thomas Dekker Jr.
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Theresa Vasco
Carole Donne ...
Anna Narden
Don Zelaya ...
José Lobato
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Anna's Attorney
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De Ruyter
Jack George ...
Judge
Joseph Granby ...
Mariano (as Joe Granby)
Edward Clark ...
Nicholas Handel
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Vasco
Lester Sharpe ...
Clerk
Zacharias Yaconelli ...
Clerk (as Z. Yaconelli)
Don Dillaway ...
Guide
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Ringleader
Paul Fierro ...
Lieutenant
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Storyline

A young man travels to Brazil to claim his share of his father's rubber empire, and to find out exactly what happened to his father.

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rubber | brazil | jungle | See All (3) »

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Real Thrills! Actually Filmed on the Spot! In the Wilds of the Amazon!

Genres:

Action | Drama

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Release Date:

10 May 1954 (Sweden)  »

Also Known As:

Jungla tragica  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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The film was cited in the famous California court opinion, Redwood Theatres, Inc. v. Festival Enterprises, Inc., 200 Cal.App.3d 687, 705 (1988), in a paragraph discussing how good and bad pictures affect movie theater economics. See more »

Connections

Edited from The Green Hell (1938) See more »

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A rather acceptable time waster

It's a surprise to see that picture has not been commented yet. I have it in my Library since twenty five years now, taped off from an US TV broadcast, back in the early eighties. I have it in a good quality for a VHS. Well, concerning the film itself, nothing terrific here. Tom Neal is the hero in search for his father, in deep amazon jungle. Sometimes it looks like a documentary, with a voice off, even if it not. It is filmed like a Tarzan movie, or Jungle Jim. Much footage material: crocodiles, serpents, monkeys and so on. The usual jungle stuff.

An adventure yarn seemingly hard to find. I am Lucky. Maybe I have many more films in my collection not yet commented on the greatest database in the world. My only family.

Thanks to IMDb.


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