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Strange World (1951)

Die Göttin vom Rio Beni (original title)
Passed | | Action, Adventure, Drama | 28 March 1952 (USA)
When Edgar (Helmuth Schneider) sees an aerial photograph of head-hunter villages he talks to the publisher (Walter Hardt) of a magazine. As a boy, Edgar accompanied his father (America ... See full summary »

Director:

Franz Eichhorn

Writers:

Al O'Camp (original story and screenplay), Franz Eichhorn (original story and screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Angelika Hauff ... Elisa
Helmuth Schneider ... Edgar (German version) (as Alexander Carlos)
America Cabral America Cabral ... Father
Carmen Brown Carmen Brown ... Dancer
Kumatzaikuma Kumatzaikuma ... Indian Chief
Ary Jartul Ary Jartul ... Ary
Grijo Sobrinho Grijo Sobrinho ... Innkeeper
Walter Hardt Walter Hardt ... Publisher
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Antonio Cursati Antonio Cursati
Hermann Geiger-Torel Hermann Geiger-Torel ... Caranza
Nicolai Jartulary Nicolai Jartulary
Jaime Marini Jaime Marini
Lalo Maura
Juan Pecci Juan Pecci
Linda Rodrigues Linda Rodrigues
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When Edgar (Helmuth Schneider) sees an aerial photograph of head-hunter villages he talks to the publisher (Walter Hardt) of a magazine. As a boy, Edgar accompanied his father (America Cabral) and the family of an American scientist on a jungle expedition in search of a golden statue of an Inca goddess Only Edgar escaped after the others were captured by a hostile native tribe. Now he wants to go back and see if his father is still alive. The publisher agrees to fund the expedition. He returns and finds a faithful guide when he saves the life of an Indian. THe latter takes him deep into the jungle wilderness where Edgar finds Eliza (Angelika Hauff), the only survivor and he manages to capture the golden statue of the Inca goddess. In the end, the statue when his Indian guide uses it to save Edgar's life. He and Eliiza return to civilization. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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THOUSANDS OF THRILLS FROM THE NEVER BEFORE FILMED JUNGLES OF THE MATTO GROSSO! (original U.S poster-all caps) See more »


Certificate:

Passed | See all certifications »
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Country:

Brazil

Language:

Portuguese

Release Date:

28 March 1952 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Die Göttin vom Amazonas See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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A very strange movie,but exciting, and Different!!!!
12 October 1998 | by JRobertSee all my reviews

The press-book announced that " people died during the dangerous filming of this movie in the jungles of Brazil.." including ..monsters in the mysterious murky waters filled with man-eating beasts...t.he stars had their hands full of a giant and real snake, as that monster wraps around them to squeeze them to death,(and in reality almost did, during filming) and wild natives on the rampage indeed strike terror into the hearts and souls of all viewers. To me, it was a "sleeper" and a surprise adventure. Not popular when released it was usually found on a double-feature at a neighborhood theatre...try and find it on VHS,( if you can)..a movie, you will not soon forget,.. especially, the youthful grinning native in a leading role!!!!!


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