The Lost Jungle (March 22, 1934)
Released March 22, 1934: (running time 1 hour and 9 minutes) Clyde Beatty leads a rescue team to a South Pacific jungle island in search of his lost girlfriend.
Produced by Nat Levine
Directed by Armand Schaefer
Written by Barney A. Sarecky, David Howard, Armand Schaefer and Wyndham Gittens from a story by Sherman L. Lowe and Al Martin
The Actors: Clyde Beatty (himself, lion tamer and wild animal trainer), Cecilia Parker (Ruth Robinson) Syd Saylor (Larry Henderson), Warner Richmond (Sharkey), Edward LeSaint (Captain Robinson), Wheeler-Oakman (Kirby), Maston Williams (Thompson), Lew Meehan (Flynn, a crewman), Max Wagner (Slade, a crewman), Wes Warner (Jackman, a crewman), Jim Corey (Steve, a crewman), Ernie Adams (Pete, a roustabout), Slim Whitaker (a crewman), Jack Carlyle (cook), Hal Taliaferro (a crewman), Crauford Kent (Professor Livingston), Harry Holman (Maitland, the circus owner), Lloyd Ingraham (Captain Bannister, the dirigible pilot), Lloyd Whitlock (Howard, dirigible officer), George 'Gabby' Hayes (dirigible passenger doctor), Henry Hall (Naval Officer), Lionel Backus (Sandy), Wilfred Lucas (circus ring announcer), Charles Williams (newspaper reporter), Bruce Mitchell (the Admiral), Frank Lanning (the wild man), Mickey Rentschler (boy at the circus), Mickey Rooney (boy at the circus with dog)
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The Lion Tamer and the Treasure of Kamor
In the early 1900’s the biggest circus in America was the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus. The second largest circus was the Hagenbeck-Wallace circus. Most of the fame that this circus had was because of its revolutionary wild animal trainer Clyde Beatty. As a young teenager, Clyde Beatty got a job cleaning the manure from the animal cages. At that time, wild animals were trained with fear and violence, but young Clyde discovered that treating the wild animals with care and rewards worked much better, and soon he was the best wild animal trainer in the world.
About eighteen minutes into this adventure you will see one of the finest wild animal circus acts that is still in existence on film. Clyde Beatty will be inside a large iron cage with lions, tigers, cougars, bears and hyenas, all at the same time. In the wild, these animals brought together in one place would be a lethal combination, but Clyde Beatty and the animals perform magnificently.
In real life, Clyde Beatty married a circus flying trapeze girl, but in this movie his love-interest is actor Cecilia Parker. In the opening scenes, you will meet Cecilia Parker, and in those same scenes, you will see a very young Mickey Rooney with his little dog, Spot. Classic movie fans remember both of these actors from another movie series. In 1937 Mickey Rooney played the part of teenager Andy Hardy, and Cecilia Parker was his older sister Marian Hardy.
But now it is time for wild animals and the greatest animal trainer in circus history. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Cecilia Parker and Syd Saylor
Clyde Beatty and Syd Saylor
Clyde Beatty and Syd Saylor
Edward LeSaint and Cecilia Parker
Edward LeSaint and Crauford Kent
Harry Holman and Syd Saylor
Syd Saylor, Cecilia Parker and Clyde Beatty
Syd Saylor and Clyde Beatty
Syd Saylor and Edward LeSaint
Syd Saylor and Harry Holman
Warner Richmond and Clyde Beatty