Jungle Jim (1955– )
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Skipper helps a trader sell his goods to local villagers not realizing that the quack's bottles of medicine are not only worthless, but contaminated.

Director:

Don McDougall (as Donald McDougall)

Writers:

Terence Maples (teleplay), Herbert Purdom (story)

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Johnny Weissmuller ... Jungle Jim
Martin Huston ... Skipper
Dean Fredericks ... Kaseem (as Norman Fredric)
Dick Elliott ... Mr. Martindale
Leonard Mudie ... Dr. Angus McCloud
Roy Glenn ... Mengo
Tamba ... Tamba the Chimp
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Storyline

Skipper helps a trader sell his goods to local villagers not realizing that the quack's bottles of medicine are not only worthless, but contaminated.

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cake | gift | drum | fraud | trader | See All (20) »


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Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 1956 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Western Electric Recording)| Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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[last lines]
[the trader's fake medicine nearly caused an epidemic of swamp fever]
Mr. Martingale: Is there anything in the world I can do to make amends?
Jungle Jim: Yes! You can wish me a "Happy Birthday" and then sit down and have a piece of cake.
Mr. Martingale: [laughs] Happy Birthday, Jungle Jim!
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