A Nazi war criminal
named Franz now lives deep in an underground bunker in the African wilderness.
He surrounds himself with immense wealth and luxury (which he pilfered
during numerous campaigns in the aftermath of General Rommel's blitzkrieg).
He also has his own army and personal concubine. Franz manages to keep
his dynasty a secret by causing havoc and unrest among the natives. He
is currently importing weapons and providing them to the tribes, which
- in turn - keeps the world governments at bay. However, a team of 'skilled
multi-national intelligence agents' (disguised as missionaries) is sent
by the British Secret Service to investigate the native uprising. With
the help of Tarzan, they manage to invade the compound.
Miguel Iglesias Bonns (usually operating under the alias M. I. Bonns,
not 'Pons' as this credit sequence claims) helmed 40+ movies between 1942-88,
including both KILMA projects KILMA
QUEEN OF THE JUNGLE and KILMA
QUEEN OF THE AMAZONS. He is best known as the director for Paul
OF THE HOWLING BEAST. Mr Bonns died from natural causes in March
2012 at age 96.
Former stuntman Jose
Luis Ayestaran makes his motion picture debut here as Tarzan, but he's
best known for the the Superman ripoff SUPERSONIC
MAN. He was given the opportunity to play the jungle hero after
Steve Hawkes was severely burned during the filming of TARZAN
AND THE TREASURE OF THE EMERALD CAVE the year before for director
Italian film with English subtitles; widescreen format (16:9), uncut (82
minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT; extras include
selected theatrical trailers.
for Mature Audiences