Jungle Man (1941)
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This feature has Buster Crabbe as a doctor in Africa attempting a cure for some disease like malaria. He's got a problem in that, for some reason, he needs the stuff produced in the U.S. and then shipped to his remote camp. "There's no laboratories in the whole continent of Africa," I wondered, but such was the fantasy we are asked to accept. The woman he likes gets the disease and so he has to go through extraordinary lengths to get the juice. As well, there are 2 tribes to keep an eye on: one tribe, the good blacks, are like children, the other tribe, the bad ones, want to eat white people. Oy. Jingoism-light, if that's what one spins one's prop. Charles Middleton, Crabbe's rival in the Flash Gordon serials as Ming the Merciless, herein plays his buddy, which is cool actually.
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