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The Lost Jungle

Director: David Howard, Armand Schaefer
Country/ Year: USA 1934



Lion tamer Clyde Beatty plays hisself as a whip-cracking circus star who hypnotizes big cats and women alike. What better place for that than a jungle island with a lost city and hidden treasure?

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Road to Bali

Director: Hal Walker
Country/ Year: USA 1952



When even Bob Hope warns the audience to rather get popcorn than hear Bing Crosby sing, You’d better listen. The only bright thing the next to last of the “Road to”-films has to offer, is Technicolor.

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Tarzan the Tiger

Director: Henry McRae
Country/ Year: USA 1929
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Long considered lost, the serial going from silent to sound originated Tarzan’s call as well as the unfailable mix of exotism, animal action and stereotypes. Not to forget the beef- and cheesecake.

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Queen of the Amazons

Director: Edward Finney
Country/ Year: USA 1947



If You manage to blend out the cliched exotism, the sexism and reactionary vibe, You might as well enjoy the crude motley of laughable archival footage, fur-clad pin-ups and macho maladventure.

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Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla

Director: William Beaudine
Country/ Year: USA 1952



The obtuse spoof is silly enough to bring tears to Your eyes – not necessarily with laughter, since the reenactment of comedy clichés is actually the sad chronicle of the slow descent of a former star.

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