Voodoo Tiger (Nov-1952)|
Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Writer: Samuel Newman
Producer: Sam Katzman
Keywords: Outdoor Adventure, Jungle Jim, Nazis, Voodoo
Jungle Jim stops a human sacrifice to Tambura, a tiger god; a British Museum official tries to determines how African natives are in tiger cult on a continent where there are no tigers. Also encountered is a fugitive Nazi with art works smuggled from the Schulman Art Collection, valued at $2M. 9th Jungle Jim installment.
Tom Weaver, Interview with Michael Fox, It Came From Weaver Five (1996), page 107: "There was a lion on Voodoo Tiger. It was pathetic. It looked great, but it was so old, it could hardly stand up. And when you got him to stand up, youhadtoshoothimquick. Of course, we had two lions, we had a lion who moved around, and then this one, who was more photogenic, but he was so old, poor fellow."
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