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I enjoyed this series as a kid in the 1950's, and I am enjoying it even more now with the DVD releases. Dr. Reynolds and Professor Ogden (Jon Hall and Ray Montgomery) were one of the smoothest working teams ever! Some of their adventures were in Africa while others were in India, but they never failed to provide wholesome (although sometimes violent) entertainment. Their supporting characters (James Fairfax as Charlie, Ludwig Stossel as Peter Van Tyne, M'Liss McClure as Trudy Van Tyne, Nick Stewart as Willy-Willy, and Victor Millan as Zahir) were always dependable, loyal, and lovable. If you like jungle adventures, this series is really fun to watch!
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