"He was attacked by a lion while we were making motion pictures."
Two men and their guide, who are part of a crew filming in the jungle, rush an injured man to the nearest doctor, who just so happens to be an old white guy. The doctor reluctantly agrees to help. While the injured man recuperates one of the men, Tom (Paul Burke), becomes enamored with Tonda (Allison Hayes), the seductive young wife of the doctor. What he doesn't know is that the wife is secretly a voodoo queen. Tonda uses her powers and sexy ways to try to get Tom to kill her husband.
Other reviewers say it's dull and maybe they're right. For me, I enjoy just about anything with Allison Hayes in it. As far as jungle thrillers go, it offers very little action. Wild animal attacks are referenced but never shown, for example. The natives appear to be a multicultural mix. Shapely B movie queen Allison Hayes is the whole show here. She connives and seduces her way through the picture. Cutie Eugenia Paul has the only other prominent female part. Paul Burke is forgettable. It's a nice little low-budget movie that fans of Hayes will enjoy more than most. Particularly her sexy voodoo dances.
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