Directed by George Blair
Screenplay by William Lively
Cinematography John MacBurnie
Director George Blair
Music director Stanley Wilson
Produced by Franklin Adreon
Music by Stanley Wilson
Initial release 8 February 1949 (USA)
Screenplay William Lively
Story by Sol Shor
|Starring Lois Hall
Cast Lois Hall, James Cardwell, Sheldon Leonard, Leo C Richmond, Jim Bannon
Similar Jaguar, King of the Jungle, Jungle Flight, Jungle Heat, Typhoon
Daughter of the Jungle is a 1949 American adventure film directed by George Blair and written by William Lively. The film stars Lois Hall, James Cardwell, Sheldon Leonard, James Nolan, William Wright and Jim Bannon. The film was released on February 8, 1949, by Republic Pictures.
A small plane crash-lands in an African jungle. The pilot and his passengers – including a gangster and his accomplice who are being transported back to the USA in the custody of a government agent – encounter a missing millionaire and his Tarzan-like daughter, who tries to help the survivors get back to civilization.
The film is included in the 1978 book The Fifty Worst Films of All Time by Harry Medved and Randy Dreyfuss.
ReferencesDaughter of the Jungle Wikipedia
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