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Queen of the Jungle

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Queen of the Jungle
Queen of the Jungle FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed byRobert F. Hill
Glenn Cook (asst.)
Written byGriffin Jay
Produced byH.A. Wohl
Edited byCarl Himm
Music byHal Chasnoff
Distributed byScreen Attractions
Release date
  • 1935 (1935)
Running time
12 chapters (197 minutes) (serial)
65 minutes (film)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Queen of the Jungle is a 1935 independent film serial produced by Herman Wohl and released theatrically by Screen Attractions.

Plot

David Worth travels into Africa to find his old friend Joan Lawrence, who disappeared in a hot air balloon as a child while the pair were with an expedition searching for radium deposits. Unknown to David, she was discovered by an African tribe and became their queen.

Cast

Production

Most of the action footage in this serial came from the 1922 silent serial The Jungle Goddess, a co-production by William N. Selig Productions and Warner Bros.,[1] for financial reasons, and the same script was used, with the principal actors in the new scenes made up and costumed on indoor jungle mockups to match the old outdoor footage. Nonetheless, considering the changes in filming and dramatic technique that have taken place over 13 years, plus the fact that silent films were projected at a different speed than sound films, this resulted in several continuity errors.

Release

Theatrical

Screen Attractions released Queen of the Jungle in 1935 as both a 12-chapter serial and a 65-min feature film.

The film was given an international release, being released in Brazil under the title A Rainha do Sertão ("Queen of the Sertão").[2]

Chapter titles

  1. Lost in the Clouds
  2. Radium Rays
  3. The Hand of Death
  4. The Natives' Revenge
  5. Black Magic
  6. The Death Vine
  7. The Leopard Leaps
  8. The Doom Ship
  9. Death Rides the Wave
  10. The Temple of Mu
  11. Fangs in the Dark
  12. The Pit of the Lions

Source:[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Erish, Andrew A. (2012). Col. William N. Selig, the Man Who Invented Hollywood. University of Texas Press. p. 127.
  2. ^ Gomes de Mattos, A. C. (1983). "Os Grandes Seriados do Cinema 2: As Rainhas das Selvas" [The Great Serials of Cinema 2: The Queens of the Jungles]. Cinemin (in Portuguese). Rio de Janeiro: EBAL (7): 34–35.
  3. ^ Cline, William C. (1984). "Filmography". In the Nick of Time. McFarland & Company, Inc. pp. 214. ISBN 0-7864-0471-X.

External links

Preceded by
Mystery of the River Boat (1944)
Universal Serial
Jungle Queen (1945)
Succeeded by
The Master Key (1945)
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