Jungle Jim: Season 1, Episode 20

Sacred Scarab (6 Feb. 1956)

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Convinced that two criminals are actually members of an international police force, Jungle Jim agrees to guide the pair of thugs to a plane wreck where a priceless scarab was part of its cargo.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Martin Huston ...
Dean Fredericks ...
Kaseem (as Norman Fredric)
Tom McKee ...
Brewster
Wes Hudman ...
Locke
Charles La Torre ...
Rossini (as Charles LaTorre)
Ray Lennert ...
Morgan (as Roy Lennert)
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Tamba ...
Tamba the Chimp
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Convinced that two criminals are actually members of an international police force, Jungle Jim agrees to guide the pair of thugs to a plane wreck where a priceless scarab was part of its cargo.

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6 February 1956 (USA)  »

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[the man Skipper suspected of being an international jewel thief turned out to be an Interpol agent]
Skipper: Lt. Rossini, did you ever hear of a book called, "Modern Methods of Criminal Detection"?
Rossini: No, I don't think so. Why?
Skipper: Because I have one for sale - cheap!
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