A girl searching a forbidding jungle for her missing father stumbles upon a savage jungle girl.
As savage as the beasts that raised her!
Did You Know?
In 1972, Ballantine Books hired Alan Dean Foster
to write a novelization of the film which had just been acquired for US distribution. However, at the time the only available copy of the script was in Italian, which Foster couldn't read so the publisher arranged for him to view the film; but the print that was screened was also only in Italian, with no English subtitles. So Foster wrote a new novel from scratch, finding inspiration in the Frank Frazetta
painting that the distributor had chosen for the US poster. See more