Greedy oil speculators, led by Morgan, are trying to force Tiger Woman and her band of warriors from their jungle home. Allen Saunders of Inter-Ocean Oil wants to develop the oil, too, but fights with Tiger Woman to stop the bad guys.
Spencer Gordon Bennet,
Police Chief Jim Murphy, in a crime-ridden city, deputizes newspaper-reporter Sam Wire, to work as an undercover operative to rid the town of the gangster element. Sam taunts and tricks the... See full summary »
Kane Richmond (Jerry) is approached by Adele Mara (Sharon) to ask mobster Gregory Gaye (Joe) not to kill her husband. Richmond does precisely that but things get confusing when husband turns up dead having committed suicide and left a note. Husband's business partner Richard Fraser (Steve) and Mara find the body along with the suicide note. But, this needs to be destroyed as the insurance policy won't pay out if the cause of death is suicide. Mara and Fraser are also lovers so this note doesn't suit them at all as they could do with the dosh. Goodbye note.
Well, that's just the beginning and already quite a lot is happening. However, whilst the story does progress it just gets boring until the final few scenes when Mara comes into her element. She's pretty good in this film as are all the cast except perhaps for mobster boss Gregory Gaye and his peculiar accent.
The title of this film has nothing to do with a jungle setting or with a horror setting in which a woman turns into a tiger. It has to do with the setting of the film at the Tiger Club. It's like calling a film "the Bomb Squad" but the film not being about bombs or even having a military theme but instead concerning itself with a gang of people who hang out in a club called "The Bomb".
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