Kraft Suspense Theatre: Season 2, Episode 22

Jungle of Fear (22 Apr. 1965)

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Rory O'Rourke
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Colonel Juano Chauvin
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Lady Mei
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Alden Ritter
Susanne Cramer ...
Elena
Charlie Briggs ...
Boone Trimble (as Charles Briggs)
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Ching
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General John Doe
Victor Sen Yung ...
Captain Fong
Tony Davis ...
Ying Li
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Peter Johnson
Gerald Jann ...
Kwang
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Hokey adventure
20 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Silly, poorly executed adventure about a Chinese woman and her son on the run from some of her countrymen. For reasons I cannot recall, they find themselves in a South American village from which they are trying to get back to the U.S. Why they left the U.S. in the first place is not clear to me. At any rate, a rough and tumble American saloon owner comes to their aid. Robert Fuller is the Bogart-like hero and Ann Blyth makes an unconvincing Chinese lady. Robert Loggia, Warren Stevens and Richard Anderson are all on hand in supporting roles. The fight scenes are clumsily staged, and the back lot sets are painfully obvious. Skip this one.


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