A young girl's parents are killed on a tropical island, and the girl is raised and protected by the jungle animals. When she is found, as a grown woman, she is taken back to the United ...
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A young girl's parents are killed on a tropical island, and the girl is raised and protected by the jungle animals. When she is found, as a grown woman, she is taken back to the United States to claim her inheritance. There are several people, with vested interests, who stand to gain something if she is shown not to be the missing heir.Written by
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One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. See more »
I too saw this movie as a youngster (8 or 9 years of age)and I remember the climatic scene. Dorothy Lamour's pet tiger was killed in it by the rogue elephant and I had just lost a pet cat. I cried, but I recovered in time to see the elephant beast fall to its death. I still have the theme song on an LP record. I would love to see this movie again but I have never seen a listing for it in the years I have had cable TV. This was the second Dorothy Movie in which she portrayed a jungle heroine with a pet tiger. The other being The Jungle Princess and the tiger also gets killed in that one while trying to protect her. It seems a shame that I can watch The Range Riders with Eddie Dean on cable TV but I cannot see Beyond the blue horizon.
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