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Jungle Girl

15 Chapters - 1941

Edgar Rice Borroughs' Jungle Girl


Driven from civilization by the criminal activities of his twin brother Bradley 
Meredith, Dr. John Meredith settles in the African jungle with his infant daughter. There with his ability to cure the native ills, he has virtual control of the Masamba tribes who happen to possess vast diamond mines which are coveted by a gang of crooks...

Edgar Rice Burroughs penned a number of stories set in the (then) contemporary world. These are tales of adventure and romance, but do not rely upon speculative fiction such as the Tarzan tales do. Jungle Girl first appeared in The Blue Book Magazine, May-Sept 1931 as a five part serial. His original working title for the novel was The Dancing Girl of the Leper King.


Frances Gifford .... Nyoka Meredith
Tom Neal .... Jack Stanton
Trevor Bardette .... Dr. John Meredith/Bradley Meredith
Gerald Mohr .... Slick Latimer
Eddie Acuff .... Curly Rogers
Frank Lackteen .... Shamba
Tommy Cook .... Kimbu
Robert Barron .... Bombo
Al Kikume .... Chief Lutembi
Bud Geary .... Brock
Al Taylor .... Claggett
Joe McGuinn .... Ted Bone
Jerry Frank .... The Lion Chief
Ken Terrell .... Mananga


1. Death by Voodoo
2. Queen of Beasts
3. River of Fire
4. Treachery
5. Jungle Vengeance
6. Tribal Fury
7. The Poison Dart
8. Man Trap
9. Treasure Tomb
10. Jungle Killer
11. Dangerous Secret
12. Trapped
13. Ambush
14. Diamond Trail
15. Flight to Freedom

From: Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia
Your Serial comes on a DVD-R in a Paper Protective Sleeve with Color 
Artwork on the DVD. 
Please keep in mind that this movie is of very good quality for its age, but is over 75 years old. This is Not HD quality and may not look that great on your large flat screen TV.
This Classic Serial is in the Public Domain.

Date of release: June 21, 1941
Date entered public domain: June 21, 1969