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Mark of the Gorilla (1950)

 -  Adventure  -  February 1950 (USA)
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Nazis dressed to look like Great Apes are looking for gold, and Jungle Jim must stop them.



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Complete credited cast:
Trudy Marshall ...
Barbara Bentley
Suzanne Dalbert ...
Onslow Stevens ...
Professor Brandt
Robert H. Purcell ...
Kramer (as Robert Purcell)
Pierce Lyden ...
Neyle Morrow ...
Head Ranger
Selmer Jackson ...
Warden Frank R. Bentley


Nazis dressed to look like Great Apes are looking for gold, and Jungle Jim must stop them.

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February 1950 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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They dress as Gorillas to blend in. If there are other Gorillas around they will tear them limb from limb. If there a not then they will be conspicuous and Jungle Jim would have all the local scientists investigating where the hell the Gorillas came from. See more »


Followed by Valley of Head Hunters (1953) See more »

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In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the Gorilla doesn't sleep tonight.
27 March 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

How wonderfully silly. Johnny Weissmuller stars as Jungle Jim, getting himself in a serialisation of a character not a million miles away from the Tarzan role that would define his film career. Plot has Jungle Jim going about his jungle business, hunting in the wild and larking about with his animal pals, when he is suddenly thrust into a mystery involving dubious Gorillas, stolen Nazi treasure and the protection of a couple of babes. Nefarious treasure hunters will stop at nothing to get the treasure, but they hadn't counted on Jim and his animal pals. Hooray!

What follows is a blend of stock wildlife footage with Jungle Jim wrestling a number of fake creatures, including men in Gorilla suits who are about as subtle as a poke in the eye with a sharp stick. Dummies are flung off of cliffs when the chance arises, the human acting is about as useful as a brick built toilet at the Rhinoceros swamp, and Jim's indestructible being puts Captain Scarlet to shame. The animals are really cool, with Caw Caw the crow smarter than your average Gorilla and Skipper the dog capable of fighting off a lion and celebrating with a good smoke when survival of the fittest is assured.

Crappy but honest with it, a good time assured for those of us who trawl the lowbrow splinter of jungle based adventures... 6/10

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