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Fireball Jungle (1968)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  October 1968 (USA)
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Ambitious driver, wanting to get to the top of the stock-car circuit, gets mixed up with gangsters.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sammy (as Lon Chaney)
Alan Mixon ...
Ronald Elwood 'Cateye' Meares (as Allan Mixon)
Randy Kirby ...
Steve Cullen
Chuck Daniel ...
Nancy Donohue ...
Ann Tracey
Vicki Nunis ...
Kathy Roberts
Linda Roberts
Candy Stebbins
Mercy ...
Themselves (as The Mercy Group)
Dohle Rast
Pat Rast
Babs Beatty
Ronnie Bell


Ambitious driver, wanting to get to the top of the stock-car circuit, gets mixed up with gangsters.

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'CATEYE'...a SAVAGE BRUTE KING of a jungle of hot rods and barracuda babes!


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October 1968 (USA)  »

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Lon Chaney hits the skids, but...........
16 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Saw this "Z" film with my dad at the run-down Rio Theater in downtown Miami in around 1970 or so. It was the second half of a double feature. This is truly a very sad state of affairs-the complete downfall of a really outstanding actor, Lon Chaney, Jr. He looks about as weather-beaten as possible. He looks like he has been on a 6 month drinking spree. The poor guy looks horrible. It's like seeing a washed-up Jane Russell in the Born Losers, or Robert Taylor in The Savage Pampas. "How The Mighty have Fallen!"

However! There is a bright spot. Chaney gives a heart-wrenching, gritty, realistic, and professional performance. As a matter of fact, if you are a Lon Chaney, Jr. fan, this film is a must-see. Because the bottom line is, even though this is a "Z" film, made on a shoe-string budget, with a cast of easily forgotten, Chaney tries his best, and delivers his typically outstanding performance.

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