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King of the Congo

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Sequel  Blackhawk
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Country  United States
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Genre  Action
Music director  Mischa Bakaleinikoff
Language  English
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Director  Spencer Gordon Bennet Wallace Grissell
Writer  Royal K. Cole, Arthur Hoerl, George H. Plympton
Release date  May 1, 1952 (1952-05-01)
Directors  Spencer Gordon Bennet, Wallace Grissell
Cast  Buster Crabbe (Thunda / Roger Drum), Gloria Dea (Princess Pha), Leonard Penn (Boris), Jack Ingram (Clark), Rick Vallin (Andreov)
Similar movies  Mysterious Doctor Satan, Son of Zorro, The Secret Code, Zorro's Black Whip, Adventures of the Flying Cadets, The Dark Knight Rises
Tagline  Darkest Africa's most daring hero!

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King of the Congo was the 48th serial released by Columbia Pictures. It was based on the comic book character "Thun'da", created by Frank Frazetta.

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Plot

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The film series is a complicated serial with more twists than a maze that basically centers around a U.S. Air Force captain and his quest for missing microfilm that contains vital information. The heroic Buster Crabbe plays Captain Roger Drum, who shoots down an enemy plane on its way to Africa with the secret microfilm. Intent on revealing the subversive group that the message was for, Drum assumes the pilot's identity and flies to Africa himself and crashes in the jungle. He is rescued by the pacific Rock People, led by Princess Pha (Gloria Dea), and is renamed Thunda, King of the Congo, after he rings a temple gong in alarm. With the subversives believing Thunda is their missing pilot and under constant attack by another tribe called the Cave Men, our hero plots to bring down the subversives who are searching for a new metal more radioactive than uranium. At the end, Thunda (or Drum) clears the jungle of villains and reunites the Rock People and Cave Men.

Production

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King of the Congo was both the last Tarzan-style serial and last serial to star Buster Crabbe. Crabbe starred in nine serials between 1933 and 1952.

Chapter titles

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  1. Mission of Menace
  2. Red Shadows in the Jungle
  3. Into the Valley of Mist
  4. Thunda Meets His Match
  5. Thunda Turns the Tables
  6. Thunda's Desperate Charge
  7. Thunda Trapped
  8. Mission of Evil
  9. Menace of the Magnetic Rocks
  10. Lair of the Leopard
  11. An Ally from the Sky
  12. Riding Wild
  13. Red Raiders
  14. Savage Vengeance
  15. Judgment of the Jungle
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Filming locations

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  • Iverson Ranch, Chatsworth, Los Angeles.

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    References

    King of the Congo Wikipedia
    King of the Congo IMDb King of the Congo themoviedb.org


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