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Bomba, The Jungle Boy: Volume Two


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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Warner Archive Collection
  • DVD Release Date: August 20, 2013
  • Run Time: 492 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00EOBB7V2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #84,023 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Too much fun-and memories-to pass up!
GPB
Bomba saves one of their party, a petite brunette named Peggy, from a leopard in a cave, and soon is acting as guide for the group in order to protect the animals.
Ron Wise
The stories were well written and is great for juviniles.
R. B. Benedictson

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyle G. Henthorne on March 23, 2014
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THe overall collection is a lot of fun to watch and gives you a chance to revisit your youth. I was very impressed with the film transfer to DVD
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ron Wise on November 19, 2013
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There's only one actor who could have ever played the role of Bomba, the Jungle Boy, and he was the great Johnny Sheffield. Johnny was from a show business family and he learned his cinematic ropes from none other than Johnny Weissmuller when he was chosen to play "Boy" in the MGM Tarzan movies. When Sheffield outgrew that part, Monogram Studios signed him for the role of Bomba in a series of 12 films that ran from 1949 to 1955. This Warner Archive box set collects the final six jungle adventures, and they are as follows:

1. "African Treasure" (1952, 70 min.): Bomba saves a young woman, portrayed by exotic beauty Laurette Luez, from a killer lion. Her name is Lita and she tells Bomba that she is in the jungle looking for her missing father who is a geologist. Bomba vows to help Lita, and soon they discover a village where all the natives have been massacred by a gang of ruthless diamond hunters. Bomba discovers clues in the village that he hopes will lead him to the killers, Lita's father, and a lost diamond mine.

2. "Bomba and the Jungle Girl" (1952, 70 min.): This fast-paced film is one of the best of the series. Bomba is determined to learn the fate of his parents and begins a trek through the jungle to discover the truth. He soon encounters a young woman swimming in a river and saves her from crocodiles. She is Linda, played by stunning actor Karen Sharpe (who later married director Stanley Kramer). Linda takes Bomba to a nearby village to meet her father, a government surveyor. There Bomba meets the tribal chief and his daughter who immediately begin to act suspiciously toward Bomba. The Jungle Boy suspects that they know more about his parents than they are telling.

3. "Safari Drums" (1953, 71 min.
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In this second series enjoy the last six movies which are: African Treasure, Bomba and the Jungle Girl, Safari Drums, The Golden Idol, Killer Leopard and Lord of the Jungle.

Relive an era when Tarzan was all the rage and Johnny Weissmuller was on most people's lips, and Johnny Sheffield played 'Boy' who became Bomba later.

Bomba may not be as strong or as fast as his predecessor, but he still gets the job done and his jungle friends are always ready to help out.

There is more thrills in the jungle as Bomba has to deal with treasure hunters, diamond smugglers, chases after a leopard that kills for fun, saving more damsels from themselves and more in this excitement-filled series.

Enjoy the last in the five star series on region free dvd (although The Golden Idol would not work at all) and add it to your library of old television series. You shouldn't be disappointed.
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If you like jungle adventures such as Tarzan you will like this DVD. This is the second package of the 12 movie series. The stories were well written and is great for juviniles. Great plots with great morals for all of us
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By GPB on October 3, 2013
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Too much fun-and memories-to pass up! I'm a kid again! I remember seeing Bomba first run in the theater, along with all the other classic-and not so classic-SF movies of the day. Shorts, newsreels and cartoons too! Production values were shoestring at best; California backlot, soundstage and locations around LA and environs, but still a lot of fun! Worth the money!
The DVD set (I have V1 too) play without problems-no glitches. I would have liked to have seen some extras like behind the scenes footage and similar but bringing back memories is enough for me. Enjoyed being a kid once again!-GPB
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