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"Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land"


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Not much to say about this week's "Jungle Jim," except for some comments about Clay Campbell (fullname Stuart Clay Campbell) below.

 

Geostan's review here: http://www.geostan.ca/forbland.html

 

 

This guy says in his review below that this film is the "most outlandish" in the series.

I suppose that may be true if you forget the "Jungle Jim fights Baby T-Rex" scene that was cut from last week's film. And to be fair, that scene was cut from that movie, 'tho not being cut from the trailer or film posters. Oh well...

 

 

His review below:

 

 

http://www.examiner.com/article/on-tcm-saturday-jungle-jim-fights-giant-werewolves-1952-s-forbidden-land?cid=rss

 

 

I guess the most interesting thing about this flick was Clay Campbell's make-up work on the "Giant People" (smart aleck in review above calls them werewolves).

Campbell went on to do the make-up for the 1956 film "The Werewolf":

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Werewolf_%281956_film%29

Read bio of Campbell here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0132316/

 

 

Another interesting thing about Clay Campbell is the series of "lip prints" he made of actresses.

I guess so the make-up could be recreated later and in future?

You can see some of the imprints with photos of the actresses here:

http://oscar.go.com/photos/legendary-lip-prints/_m_rita-hayworth-lips

 

French poster of "Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land":

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Make-up done by Clay Campbell. With Irmgard Helen H. Raschke as the "Giant Lady" and Clem Erickson as the "Giant Man":

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Edited by: RMeingast on Oct 13, 2012 6:29 PM

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