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Little boy Henry Clayton Jr. survives a plane crash in the untamed Amazon jungle. However, he's discovered... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Tom DeSimone (plane sequence) (as Alex De'Simone)
Alex Graton (temple sequence)
Andrew Janczak (director: jungle sequence) (as Andy Janzack)
 
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Richard Ogilvie  dialogue
Enrique Torres Tudela  writer

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Enrique Torres Tudela .... producer
 
Original Music by
Les Baxter 
Stan Hofman 
 
Cinematography by
Lew Guinn  (as Lewis Guinn)
Andrew Janczak 
Mario Tosi 
 
Film Editing by
Tom Mosca 
Alberto Soria 
 
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Zoraida Geradino 
 
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Byrd Holland .... makeup artist (as John De'Heaven)
Robert Hunter .... makeup artist
Grant Walleck .... hair stylist
Art Werner .... makeup artist
 
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James L. Aicholtz .... sound mixer (as Jim Aicholtz)
 
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Jim P. Nielson .... special effects
 
Music Department
The Hypnotics .... composer: songs
Jaime Mendoza-Nava .... music editor (as Jaime Mendoza)
Jeanette Rollins .... composer: songs
Enrique Torres Tudela .... composer: songs (as Ricky Torres)
 
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Chuck Angle .... production coordinator
 

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84 min
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Odd Little Jungle Movie, 17 July 2009
Author: timothymayer from United States

It's not the little blond kid who spends the entire movie whining. Nor is it the Peruvian Indian tribe who got their garb from the Sears discount rack. No, it's not even the plane full of passengers who create the most annoying group of people in history. It's the synthesis of all parts of this movie which takes it to new levels of bizarre. Here is one of those films from the past which makes you ask: "What the hell did they have in mind?" Jungle movie. Then why the extended scenes with the irritating little kid? Family entertainment. Would someone then explain all the graphic knife stab scenes? Adventure film. Where's the hero? This had to be somebody's vanity production. I just can't figure out who. Can't be the director Tom Simone, he went into the gay niche adult film minor leagues after this, his debut. What really makes this oddity such a question mark is it's few scenes of brilliance. Such as the little whiny kid floating away from a plane crash in a coffin. And a jaguar transformation scene toward the end which comes out of left field. Not to mention another scene involving quicksand which would have Children Services breaking down the producers door if filmed today. Strange little film which begs for a remake.

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