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Jungle Jim - Treasure of the Amazon

episode 3

USA 1955
produced by
Harold Greene for Screen Gems
directed by Earl Bellamy
starring Johnny Weissmuller, Martin Huston, Olaf Hytten, Edmund Hashim, Dean Fredericks
screenplay by Malvin Wald, based on a comic strip by Alex Raymond

TV-series
Jungle Jim, Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller), Jungle Jim (TV-series)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Two archeologists (Olaf Hytten, Edmund Hashim) invite Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller), his son (Martin Huston) and his chimp to Brazil for a mission to find a lost city ... but once there, it turns out that they are not archeologists at all but crooks searching for a hidden treasure - and when the chimp finds the treasure, they take the boy hostage to make Jim to escort them back out of the jungle. Then though they are all taken captive by the natives, who ... seem to be in a habit to take strangers captive. But the chimp throws an ammunition belt into the natives' campfire to scare them away, then he cuts through our heroes' (and villains') ropes to release them, and Jim, his boy and the chimp make it to safety sure enough. But the baddies insisted to carry their new-found treasure with them and are thus deservedly killed by the natives ...

 

Rather weak episode of Jungle Jim, as it remains suspense-free for way too long to pack all of the action into the last five or so minutes. And then the action is somewhat sloppily put together, relying more than a tad too much on stock footage that doesn't really match the newly-shot one. Oh, and the chimp hero is a rather silly plot device, too. No, not really worthwhile ...

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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