Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land (1952)

Director
Lew Landers

Main cast
Johnny Weissmuller; Angela Greene; Jean Willes; Lester Matthews; William Tannen

Genres
Sci-Fi, Adventure

Description
Jungle Jim is forced to lead anthropologist Dr. Edwards into a land inhabited by giant people.


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