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The Tiger Woman 

1944 - 12 chapters 

Republic film serial starring Allan Lane and Linda Stirling (her serial debut). 
The serial was re-released in 1951 under the title Perils of the Darkest Jungle 
and, in 1966, it was edited into the 100-minute Century-66 film Jungle Gold.

Linda Stirling is a jungle girl lost in the South American rainforest and ruling a 
native tribe. The serial's plot is a variant on the common serial and B-Western 
"land grab" plot - in this case, the villains attempt to run the natives off the land 
so that they can claim its valuable oil reserves.



Plot

Evil oil speculators in South America attempt to drive away a native tribe and 
their leader, the Tiger Woman. The Tiger Woman, a white woman, might be 
the lost heiress to a vast fortune, and later plotlines in the serial are built 
around determining her true identity.


Cast

Linda Stirling as Tiger Woman/Rita Arnold. Stirling was immediately 
popular in The Tiger Woman. Due to her impact, Zorro's Black Whip 
was quickly put into production with her as the main star.

Allan Lane as Allen Saunders
Duncan Renaldo as Josť Delgado
George J. Lewis as Morgan
LeRoy Mason as Fletcher Walton
Crane Whitley as Tom Dagget
Robert Frazer as Ramgah, High Priest
Rico De Montez as Tegula
Stanley Price as Mack, Dagget's Clerk


Chapter titles

The Temple of Terror 
Doorway to Death
Cathedral of Carnage 
Echo of Eternity 
Two Shall Die 
Dungeon of the Doomed 
Mile-a-Minute Murder
Passage to Peril 
Cruise to Cremation 
Target for Murder 
The House of Horror 
Triumph Over Treachery


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: May 27, 1944
Date entered public domain:
January 1, 1971