These two classic films feature beautiful "sarong girl" Dorothy Lamour, who made the sarong an international fashion statement.
Jungle Princess [1936 - Dorothy Lamour - Ray Milland - Mala - Black & White] A big game hunter (Ray Milland) is in Malaysia with his fiancee and her father, capturing wild animals. While out hunting, he is attacked by a tiger and his native guides run away, leaving him for dead. But the tiger is the pet of Ulah (Dorothy Lamour), a beautiful young woman who grew up by herself in the jungle. With the help of her pet chimp, she rescues the hunter and takes him back to her cave where she nurses him to health and falls in love with him. (85 minutes)
Her Jungle Love [1938 - Dorothy Lamour - Ray Milland - Technicolor] Sarong-clad Dorothy Lamour made her Technicolor debut in this follow-up to her earlier movie "Jungle Princess". After crash-landing on a tropic island, an aviator named Bob and his mechanic Jimmy make the acquaintance of the lovely Tura (Lamour). While Bob enthusiastically teaches Tura how to kiss, Jimmy tangles with comic-relief chimpanzee Gaga and playful tiger cub Meewa. The villain of the piece is megalomanic witch doctor who hypnotizes Tura into assisting him with his human sacrifices to the crocodile god. Just as Bob, Jimmy and Tura are about to meet their doom at the hands of the witch doctor, a timely volcanic eruption saves the day. (81 minutes)
This double feature also includes a rare Betty Boop cartoon and movie trailers.
These movies have not been re-mastered or restored, so expect flickers and imperfections in the sound and picture quality due to the age of the original films.