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Jungle Gents (1954)

Approved | | Comedy | 5 September 1954 (USA)
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When the boys discover that Sach has a strange ability to sniff out diamonds, they hatch a scheme to make money out of it.

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Edward Bernds
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Complete credited cast:
Leo Gorcey ... 'Slip' Mahoney
Huntz Hall ... 'Sach' Jones
Bernard Gorcey ... Louie Dumbrowsky
Laurette Luez ... Anatta
Patrick O'Moore ... Alfie Grimshaw
Rudolph Anders ... Dr. Goebel
Harry Cording ... Dan Shanks
David Gorcey ... Chuck (as David Condon)
Benny Bartlett ... Butch (as Bennie Bartlett)
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When the boys discover that Sach has a strange ability to sniff out diamonds, they hatch a scheme to make money out of it.

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It's More FUN Than a BARREL of PEOPLE! See more »

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The 35th of 48 Bowery Boys movies released from 1946 to 1958. See more »

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Followed by Hot Shots (1956) See more »

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Sach has a Nose for diamonds (the diamonds don't stand a chance)...
21 May 2001 | by curly-17See all my reviews

A lot of the Bowery Boys movies had the theme that Sach discovered a new power-- whether a K.O. punch in the boxing ring, or a wonderful singing voice, etc. In this film, Sach develops the power to "smell" diamonds! (Sach got it from taking a new antibiotic, "Striptopifficin" 50,000 micrograms, for a sinus "infatuation.") When a jewel thief runs into Louie's Sweet Shop, and tries to hide some stolen diamonds from a policeman, Sach sniffs out the loot-- "a king's transom" of diamonds, as Slip says. So the Boys decide to sniff out diamonds in Africa. Actually, they spend a lot of time on a sound stage with trees and tropical plants, and look at mis-matched stock footage of the Serengeti Plain (sort of like an episode of "Ramar of the Jungle"). They hack through a steaming jungle, where the temperature is 130 degrees "centipede." Sach meets beautiful jungle girl Anatta (Laurette Luez), with the same beauty salon hairdo, eye shadow and lipstick she had as Tigri in "Prehistoric Women" (1950). She wants to "Kiss, kiss, kiss" Sach (who said these movies make sense)? The Boys are captured by a hostile tribe, and the witch doctor wants to shrink everyone's head (except Sach's). Slip bemoans, "I don't know one place in New York City that sells 1-and-7/8 size hats!" Will they escape? Will they find the diamonds? Will they ever see the Bowery and Louie's Sweet Shop again? Watch the movie and enjoy!

A Bowery Boys movie, written by Edward Bernds and Elwood Ullman. It doesn't get any better than this. And if you don't think this movie has one of their prettiest guest stars in Laurette Luez, you should get your eyes examined by an "octopus" (oculist).


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English

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5 September 1954 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cavalheiros da Selva See more »

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