Zan King of The Jungle (1969)

Directed by: Manuel Caño

Stars:  Steve Hawkes, Kitty Swan, Krista Nell

Language: English | Dvdrip

Country:  Spain | Imdb Info

Also known as:   Tarzán en la gruta del oro, Zan, O Novo Rei das Selvas, Viidakon kuningas, Oi ekdikitai tou Amazoniou, Zan, re della giungla, Tarzan e os Piratas, Tarzan djungelns härskare, King of the Jungle, Tarzan in the Golden Grotto

Description: Zan helps the Amazons defeat two gangsters who wished to take over a sacred gold treasure from the womens tribe. There are extensive views of the Central America jungle, and several tough battles between the young Amazons and the evil pirates.



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3 Responses to Zan King of The Jungle (1969)

  1. Andreas says:

    My gateway into eurocult was this film. We rented the swedish VHS in 1984-1985, and I loved it so much I began hunting it 15 years later. What began as a hunt for original prints, posters, lobby cards etc – later led me to get in touch with Steve Hawkes whom I provided copies of all my prints, and he gave me his very rare “Stevie, Samson and Delilah” in return on a dvd transfer. Also met Ruggero Deodato who told me what he knew about Kitty Swan whom he had worked with on the 2nd Gungala film.

    This film also led me to explore the universe of Marcello Giombini, whose score in this film is epic, and was later recycled (with some trimmer down changes) in Bitto Albertini’s “Zambo”.

    Interesting note: Umberto Lenzi is credited as screenwriter on the english language version, but is not seen at all in the credits in the spanish version. I wonder if this was just a trick to get co-production money, or if he really was involved. However, these films were mainly written by the great Santiago Moncada, although I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Lenzi was involved in this film. Fans of Lenzi’s sixties adventures like “Temple of a thousand lights” will definitely appreciate this one. They share a similar vibe and adventure aura.

  2. Vallaor says:

    Italian (Tar)Zan looks promising! One IMDb’s reviewer complained about the level of violence, which ironically is a strong recommendation in my book!

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