Jungle Jim is assigned to track down a former SS Officer, who alone knows the locale of an art collection stolen during World War II by the Nazis. There is also a trio of crooks who desire to know where the paintings are hidden. The SS Officer, fleeing U.S. Army agents, commandeers and airplane carrying night-club entertainer Phyllis Bruce and her trained tiger, who is also not exactly what she appears to be. The plane crashes in the a jungle locale, where the local natives are voodoo tiger-worshipers, especially those who fly in on a great bird. Jungle Jim, aided by a U.S. agent swings into action, and, after doing in a lion with is knife, tracks down the crooks, or what's left after the tiger-worshipers get through with them, and they themselves are killed in a dynamite blast. Written by
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Did You Know?
Although the film is set in "darkest Africa", the actors playing the natives are mostly Hispanic, and their chief is played by Charles Horvath
, who is Hungarian. See more
Followed by Valley of Head Hunters