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Daughter of the Sun God (1962)

Not Rated | | Adventure
A jungle expedition in South America battles giant snakes, crocodiles and discovers an Inca goddess.

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(as Kenneth Herts)
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William Holmes ...
Kent
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Christine
Harry Knapp ...
Dr. Howard Knapp
Juanita Llosa ...
The Sun Goddess
Al Bello
Emilio Meiners
Juan Caycho
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Alba Kezall Capac
Sergio Morta
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A jungle expedition in South America battles giant snakes, crocodiles and discovers an Inca goddess.

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She Lived And Loved Like The Violent Jungle Around Her. See more »

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What It Says on the Tin
3 August 2017 | by (In The Viewing Room) – See all my reviews

I've never watched a movie that was so unremarkable. There's plenty of remarkable things in bad movies. Remarkable things in good movies. I gave this a "5" because it is so totally unremarkable. The screenplay is about as straight ahead as you can imagine. At 70 minutes it pretty much says what it's going to do and gets on with doing it. Very much 1962 production values. My print had washed out very badly.

There must be some comment you can make on this one's merit...but I can't think of it.


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