Dr. Bernard Adrian is a kindly mad scientist who seeks to cure a young woman's polio. He needs spinal fluid from a human to complete the formula for his experimental serum. Meanwhile, a ... See full summary »
Bill and Robin, helped by their childhood friend, Lena, develop a "reproducer" which can exactly duplicate any object. Bill, crushed when Lena marries Robin, convinces her to allow him to ... See full summary »
On the tropical island of Wongo, a tribe of beautiful women discover that the other side of the island is inhabited by a tribe of handsome men. They also discover that a tribe of evil ape ... See full summary »
James L. Wolcott
Mary Ann Webb,
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A woman's husband has disappeared on an expedition into the jungle. She hires a guide to take her into the jungle to find him. However, they discover that he has been captured by a savage female tribe.
J. Edward Bromberg
Deep in the South American jungle plantation manager Barney Chavez (Raymond Burr) kills his elderly employer in order to get to his beautiful wife (Barbara Payton). However, an old native witch witnesses the crime and puts a curse on Barney, who soon after finds himself turning nightly into a rampaging gorilla. But is his transformation real or is it all in his head? Written by
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When Dina goes searching for Barney in the jungle for the first time, we see a quick shot of a leopard climbing up into a tree. Although this scene is supposed to be outdoors (the jungle), both the leopard and the leaves around him are casting shadows on the "sky" behind them. The sky is obviously a wall or backdrop. See more »
Police Commissioner Taro:
This is Jungle - lush, green, alive with incredible growth - as young as day, as old as time. I, Taro, Police Commissioner of Itman County, which borders the Amazonas River, know it as well as any man will ever know it. Isn't it beautiful? But I have also learned that beauty can be venomous, deadly, something terrifying, something of prehistoric ages when monstrous superstitions ruled the minds of men, something that has haunted the world for millions of years rose out ...
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The most interesting thing about Bride Of The Gorilla is that Lon Chaney, Jr. and Raymond Burr seemed to switch roles. As the film bore more than a passing resemblance to one of Chaney's wolf man features at Universal it seemed like both were in each other's roles. Would that Bride Of The Gorilla were as good as one of those Universal Gothic horror films.
Chaney is a police inspector and Burr is the foreman on a rubber plantation in one of those northern South American colonies, my guess would be Dutch Guiana as Tom Conway as Dr. Viet says he's there under a government contract. Burr's got eyes for the plantation mistress Barbara Payton who is married to the much older Paul Cavanaugh. After Cavanaugh is killed by a poisonous snake after Burr knocks him down in a fight he gets Payton and weds her.
Unfortunately he left a witness in old Gisela Werbisek who is a Maria Ouspenskaya wannabe. She puts a curse on Burr and after that some strange killings of animals start happening in the jungle. Like a werewolf on a prowl. And Burr starts behaving real strange as well.
This very talented group of players deserved a whole lot better than this wolf man ripoff.
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