A white authoress, looking for a story in the outback, is kidnapped by an Afghan slaver, betrothed to a white jungle-man, and menaced by a jealous half-caste rival, a hostile witch-doctor, his crazed-killer son, and opium smugglers!
Forced to love him in spite of herself.
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Did You Know?
The film was shown uncut in Australia, but the Australian censors demanded that scenes showing Margot Rhys
swimming nude, and the hero strangling a renegade Aborigine be cut for the export version. See more
A shot of a koala is seen when Beatrice reaches Mara's camp. However, koalas are not found in the Northern Territory where the film takes place. Koalas are limited to the east coast and south-eastern corner of mainland Australia (where the film was shot). See more
Referenced in Walkabout to Hollywood