- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 43 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Released: April 26, 2005
- Originally Released: 1953
- Label: Alpha Video
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
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Description by OLDIES.com:
Dr. Tom Reynolds and his associate Professor Howard Ogden travel the dark and dangerous jungles of Africa and India. Accompanied by a succession of local guides, Dr. Reynolds, respectfully known as Ramar (Great White Doctor) to the native tribesmen, becomes involved in a series of adventures which set him against an assortment of villains. Witch doctors, smugglers, mad scientists and exotic wildlife keep Ramar and company on their toes in every thrilling episode. "Ramar of the Jungle" was created by and starred Jon Hall. The show was wildly successful during its short run of two years, offering an exciting and sometimes violent picture of distant lands.
Call To Danger: Doctor Reynolds and Professor Ogden return to the jungles of Africa, summoned by an urgent letter. Missionary Dick Webley and his sister are being threatened with attack by hostile native tribesmen for no apparent reason.
Blind Peril: A team of prospectors who have stirred up the natives against the Webleys conspire to murder the missionaries in their ruthless quest for gold.
Drums Of Doom: A convicted murderer has broken out of prison and returns to the jungle where he plans to kill Doctor Reynolds.
Evil Strangers: Two kidnappers escape through the jungle with their injured captive, a wealthy munitions magnate. Ramar hatches a plan involving phony ransom money to capture the men and rescue their hostage.
Further adventures with RAMAR OF THE JUNGLE abound on this tenth volume of episodes from the show. Ramar is a white, western doctor who attempts to administer aid to the local jungle inhabitants of Africa and India. Four episodes are featured here, including: "Call To Danger," in which some aggressive local tribesmen threaten the peaceful equilibrium in Africa; "Blind Peril," which sees some golddiggers looking to usurp Ramar and his team; "Drums of Doom," in which a violent murderer comes looking for blood; and "Evil Strangers"