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White Pongo

USA 1944
produced by
Sigmund Neufeld for PRC
directed by Sam Newfield
starring Richard Fraser, Maris Wrixon, Lionel Royce, Al Eben, Gordon Richards, Michael Dyne, George Lloyd, Larry Steers, Milton Kibbee, Joel Fluellen, & as gorilla Ray Corrigan (= Ray 'Crash' Corrigan)
written by Raymond L.Schrock

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Having found traces of the White Pongo, an albino gorilla (to noone's surprise played by Crash Corrigan) thought to be the missing link, somewhere in the swamplands of the Congo river, explorers Sir Harry (Gordon Richards) & Van Doren (Lionel Royce) waste little time to mount an expedition to this region, which is led by the sinister guide Hans Kroeger (Al Eben), & also attended - amongst others - by Sir Harry's daughter Pamela (Maris Wrixon), his secretary Carswell (Michael Dyne), rifleman Bishop (Richard Fraser) & cockney big game hunter Baxter (George Lloyd). 

& as if it wasn't enough that the white Pongo himself is already following them in secret & has laid his eyes on lovely Pamela, tensions soon break out within the group when Pamely is seriously attracted to Bishop, which drives Carswell - who's secretly in love with Pamela - into desperation.

So desperate is Carswell in fact that he decides to throw in with Hans - whose designs are to abuse the expedition for exploiting an incredibly rich goldmine.

Soon Hans organizes a mutiny with the help of Carswell, & all the good guys - Sir Harry, Van Doren & Bishop among them - are neatly tied up, while Carswell takes Pamela with him ... but he hasn't accounted for the ruthlessness of Hans who soon shoots him down, but gets his just desserts when White Pongo finally abducts Pamela & strikes him dead in the process.

The others, led by Bishop who turns out to be an undercover secret service agent on Hans' trail, soon catch up with Pongo & Pamela, only to find the ape engaged in mortal combat with a normal, dark gorilla. Pongo wins, but is weakened enough from the fight for our heroes to catch him. & of course Bishop & Pamela finally become a couple !

All's well that ends well ...

 

One of these trashy but loveable & charmingly cheap jungle pictures, comprised of cheap sets, carelessly immersed wildlife footage, a stupid storyline, & Crash Corrigan again donning his white gorilla-suit.

You might either love or hate it !

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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