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Song of India (1949)





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In this adventure set in the dark jungles of India, a young Indian prince occupies himself by providing zoos with wild animals. He finds himself in deep trouble when he decides to enter a sacred jungle and do some hunting. According to local legend, the natural peace between man and beast will be broken if a killing should occur because for every animal that is slaughtered, a human will be slaughtered in turn. When the arrogant prince and his lover hear the legend they scoff and callously continue their hunt. Fortunately, the captured critters are assisted by a clever jungle boy who releases them. He then takes the woman hostage, leading to a knife fight between the boy and the prince. Just as it looks like the wicked prince will prevail, a wounded tiger pounces and saves the jungle boy. Meanwhile the startled prince is seen tumbling down a steep mountainside.


as Ramdar
Gail Russell
as Princess Tara
David Bond
as Ranjit Singh
Anthony Caruso
as Maj. Doraj
Aminta Dyne
as Aunt Shayla
Fritz Leiber
as Nanaram
Robert H. Barrat
as Maharajah of Ranjat
Ted Hecht
as Numtai
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