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Zamba
Directed byWilliam Berke
Screenplay byBarbara Worth
Produced byMaurice Conn
StarringJon Hall
CinematographyJames S. Brown Jr.
Production
company
Fortune Films
Distributed byEagle-Lion Films
Release date
  • November 1949 (1949-11)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Zamba (also known as Zamba, the Gorilla)[1] is a 1949 American adventure film directed by William Berke.[2]

Plot

Jenny and her son, Tommy, are flying over the Belgian Congo. They are forced to jump out of the plane and become separated from each other. Jenny is rescued by a safari. The six year old Tommy is found by Zamba, a gorilla, who adopts him.

Cast

Production

Zamba was made at Nassour Studios.[3]

It was released through Eagle-Lion Films.[4]

Reception

The Los Angeles Times said "Beau Bridges does a nice job as the kid" and "Jon Hall is engaging conscientious as the hero."[5]

References

  1. ^ Lentz III, Harris M. (2000). Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Film and Television Credits (Second ed.). McFarland & Company. p. 1,695. ISBN 978-0786409518.
  2. ^ Zamba the Gorilla Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 17, Iss. 193, (Jan 1, 1950): 89.
  3. ^ Hedda Hopper. (1948, Sep 30). Los Angeles Times
  4. ^ G, K. (1949, Oct 06). Two Jungle Cinemas Roar Across Screens. Los Angeles Times.
  5. ^ Two Jungle Cinemas Roar Across Screens G K. Los Angeles Times 6 Oct 1949: A7.

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