The Jungle Jim Movie Collection (1951-1955) (Volume #3) DVD

Umbrella EntertainmentSKU: DAVID4290
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Release Date: Feb 2021

Extras: None

Disc type: DVD
No. of discs: 3
Running time: 346
Audio format: 2.0 Mono (Dual Mono)
Format: NTSC
Colour: Black & White
Languages: English
Aspect ratio: 4:3
Image ratio: 1.33:1
Subtitles: None
Year of Production: 1951-1955
Release Date: 17 February 2021


This is the third volume for The Jungle Jim Movie Collection (3 disc set).

Johnny Weissmuller starred in a series of films as Jungle Jim, a character first depicted in a comic strip by Alex Raymond (creator of Flash Gordon) and Don Moore. Weissmuller played a hunter with a deep knowledge of the Indigenous people of the area, its land, and animals. Most often Jim faced off against evil and greedy scientists who were attempting to exploit the region, its people, or resources for profit.

Forbidden Land (1952)

Jungle Jim is forced to lead anthropologist Dr. Edwards into a land inhabited by giant people.

Director: Lew Landers
Cast: Johnny Weissmuller, Angela Greene, Jean Willes

Fury of the Congo (1951)

Jungle Jim must protect rare pony-like animals whose glands produce a powerful narcotic. On the way, he fights a giant spider.

Director: William Berke
Cast: Johnny Weissmuller, Sherry Moreland, William Henry

Jungle Moon Men (1955)

Priestess Oma is forever young in this Jungle Jim knockoff of "She" or the La of Opar stories from "Tarzan". The Jungle Jim type is played by Weissmuller using his own name.

Director: Charles S. Gould
Cast: Johnny Weissmuller, Jean Byron, Helene Stanton

Killer Ape (1953)

Nasty white hunters are testing out their germ warfare weapons using wild animals in Africa ... until they run into Jungle Jim.

Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Cast: Johnny Weissmuller, Carol Thurston, Max Palmer

Valley of the Headhunters (1953)

Bad guys trying to steal the mineral rights away from African natives find it isn't so easy fighting Jungle Jim.

Director: William Berke
Cast: Johnny Weissmuller, Christine Larson, Robert Foulk

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