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Eyes of the Jungle: Another feature film from the makers of the "Ramar of the Jungle" television series in which three TV episodes were stitched together and sent out as a feature film. Let somebody who knows the series(or cares) identify the TV episodes but the three used here were about a phony fossil hunter; recovery of a gold plaque stolen by two Americans; and the third was about the breaking up of a slave girl ring. The TV influence carries on when the heroes are about to embark on a fourth adventure at the end.

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Released: July 01, 1953
Genres: Family Adventure
Director: Paul Landres
Actors: Charles Stevens David Bond Edgar Barrier Frank Fenton Jon Hall Leonard Penn Merrill McCormick Ray Montgomery Robert Shayne Victor Millan William Tannen

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