Three-disc set includes: Fury Of The Congo (1951)This terrific Jungle Jim outing starring Johnny Weissmuller finds the intrepid hero coming to the rescue of a pilot only to be confronted by Congo-based sandstorms, leopards, and devious criminals while investigating a strange narcotics factory. Jim soon unearths a dastardly plot to create a new drug from the glands of a tribe's sacred animal. With Sherry Moreland, Lyle Talbot. 69 min. BW/Rtg: NR Jungle Jim In The Forbidden Land (1952)Legend told of a hidden race of feral giant people living in a remote region, and Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) always gave it a wide berth-but between an American anthropologist (Jean Willes) determined to find the tribe and ivory poachers operating near the land, he'll have no choice but to head in. African adventure also stars Angela Greene, Lester Matthews, William Tannen. 65 min. BW/Rtg: NR Killer Ape (1953)Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) would find that the reports of a homicidal missing link (Max Palmer) stalking the veldt were anything but fiction-and after being wrongly accused for the creature's slaying of a tribal thief, had to track his most dangerous prey if he wanted to clear his name. Carol Thurston, Nestor Paiva, Burt Wenland, Ray Corrigan also star. 68 min. BW/Rtg: NR Valley Of Headhunters (1953)For Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller), it was supposed to be a routine escort for government agents looking to establish copper mining rights with the tribal leaders. Unfortunately, a criminal syndicate was looking to pillage the land of it's oil-and wasn't above causing murderous raids to do so. Christine Larson, Robert Foulk, Steven Ritch also star. 67 min. BW/Rtg: NR Jungle Moon Men (1955)Considered part of the Jungle Jim series, this exciting actioner actually features Johnny Weissmuller starring as "himself." Here, Johnny and an Egyptologist (Jean Bryon) encounter a tribe of moon-worshipping pygmies who are led by an evil high priestess (Helene Stanton) who has discovered the secret of eternal life. With William Henry, Myron Healy, Billy Curtis. 70 min. BW/Rtg: NR Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English. Region Free
Three-disc set includes: Fury Of The Congo (1951)This terrific Jungle Jim outing starring Johnny Weissmuller finds the intrepid hero coming to the rescue of a pilot only to be confronted by Congo-based sandstorms, leopards, and devious criminals while investigating a strange narcotics factory. Jim soon unearths a dastardly plot to create a new drug from the glands of a tribe's sacred animal. With Sherry Moreland, Lyle Talbot. 69 min. BW/Rtg: NR Jungle Jim In The Forbidden Land (1952)Legend told of a hidden race of feral giant people living in a remote region, and Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) always gave it a wide berth-but between an American anthropologist (Jean Willes) determined to find the tribe and ivory poachers operating near the land, he'll have no choice but to head in. African adventure also stars Angela Greene, Lester Matthews, William Tannen. 65 min. BW/Rtg: NR Killer Ape (1953)Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) would find that the reports of a homicidal missing link (Max Palmer) stalking the veldt were anything but fiction-and after being wrongly accused for the creature's slaying of a tribal thief, had to track his most dangerous prey if he wanted to clear his name. Carol Thurston, Nestor Paiva, Burt Wenland, Ray Corrigan also star. 68 min. BW/Rtg: NR Valley Of Headhunters (1953)For Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller), it was supposed to be a routine escort for government agents looking to establish copper mining rights with the tribal leaders. Unfortunately, a criminal syndicate was looking to pillage the land of it's oil-and wasn't above causing murderous raids to do so. Christine Larson, Robert Foulk, Steven Ritch also star. 67 min. BW/Rtg: NR Jungle Moon Men (1955)Considered part of the Jungle Jim series, this exciting actioner actually features Johnny Weissmuller starring as "himself." Here, Johnny and an Egyptologist (Jean Bryon) encounter a tribe of moon-worshipping pygmies who are led by an evil high priestess (Helene Stanton) who has discovered the secret of eternal life. With William Henry, Myron Healy, Billy Curtis. 70 min. BW/Rtg: NR Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English. Region Free
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Rel. Date: 02/26/2021
UPC: 9344256021794

The Jungle Jim Movie Collection 3
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Three-disc set includes: Fury Of The Congo (1951)This terrific Jungle Jim outing starring Johnny Weissmuller finds the intrepid hero coming to the rescue of a pilot only to be confronted by Congo-based sandstorms, leopards, and devious criminals while investigating a strange narcotics factory. Jim soon unearths a dastardly plot to create a new drug from the glands of a tribe's sacred animal. With Sherry Moreland, Lyle Talbot. 69 min. BW/Rtg: NR Jungle Jim In The Forbidden Land (1952)Legend told of a hidden race of feral giant people living in a remote region, and Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) always gave it a wide berth-but between an American anthropologist (Jean Willes) determined to find the tribe and ivory poachers operating near the land, he'll have no choice but to head in. African adventure also stars Angela Greene, Lester Matthews, William Tannen. 65 min. BW/Rtg: NR Killer Ape (1953)Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller) would find that the reports of a homicidal missing link (Max Palmer) stalking the veldt were anything but fiction-and after being wrongly accused for the creature's slaying of a tribal thief, had to track his most dangerous prey if he wanted to clear his name. Carol Thurston, Nestor Paiva, Burt Wenland, Ray Corrigan also star. 68 min. BW/Rtg: NR Valley Of Headhunters (1953)For Jungle Jim (Johnny Weissmuller), it was supposed to be a routine escort for government agents looking to establish copper mining rights with the tribal leaders. Unfortunately, a criminal syndicate was looking to pillage the land of it's oil-and wasn't above causing murderous raids to do so. Christine Larson, Robert Foulk, Steven Ritch also star. 67 min. BW/Rtg: NR Jungle Moon Men (1955)Considered part of the Jungle Jim series, this exciting actioner actually features Johnny Weissmuller starring as "himself." Here, Johnny and an Egyptologist (Jean Bryon) encounter a tribe of moon-worshipping pygmies who are led by an evil high priestess (Helene Stanton) who has discovered the secret of eternal life. With William Henry, Myron Healy, Billy Curtis. 70 min. BW/Rtg: NR Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English. Region Free


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