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White Pongo (November 2, 1945)

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White Pongo
 

Released on November 2, 1945: An expedition to the Congo River region of Africa is in search of a monsterous white gorilla that might be the missing link between man and animals.

Produced by Sigmund Neufeld

Directed by Sam Newfield

The Actors: Richard Fraser (Geoffrey Bishop), Maris Wrixon (Pamela Bragdon), Lionel Royce (Peter Van Dorn), Al Eben (Hans Kroegert), Gordon Richards (Sir Harry Bragdon), Michael Dyne (Clive Carswell), George Lloyd (Baxter), Larry Steers (Doctor Kent), Milton Kibbee (Gunderson), Egon Brecher (Doctor Gerig), Joel Fluellen (Mumbo Jumbo, Number One Guide), Ray Corrigan (White Pongo), Jack Perrin (unknown)

 
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Missing Link, or Just Monkey Business

Today we are on a jungle adventure in the Congo River region of the deepest unexplored areas of Africa. There are rumors that the mythical ‘missing link’ has been discovered. . . . Half man, half beast . . . . A monstrous albino gorilla with human intelligence! Sir Harry and his beautiful young daughter Pamela head up a team of explorers, and there are battles for the love of Pamela ahead, and a plot that will involve the Rhodesian Secret Service . . . Oh yeah, . . . . Pamela is not only chased by two of the men in the group, but the White Pongo also has his eye on the blonde beauty. . . . But I have one confession to make. . . . When I told you that our jungle adventure takes place in the Congo River region of Africa I lied to you. . . . This adventure was actually filmed in Ventura County California on the Simi Valley ranch of Ray ‘Crash’ Corrigan. Corrigan was an athlete who earned a good living as a stunt man and cowboy during the early years of motion pictures. He must have saved his money because in 1937 he purchased a huge tract of land in the Simi Valley and created a movie wonderland. He built a Western town, a cascading waterfall, and trails through the hills that movie companies used to film hundreds of movies. In addition to renting the ranch for movie filming, several television shows used the land for outdoor shots including The Lone Ranger and . . . . Yes. . . . I kid you not . . . . The original Star Trek television show. Four years after this movie was filmed he turned the cowboy town into a tourist attraction and for one dollar anyone could visit the town and watch actors shooting each other and tumbling off saloon rooftops. . . And signing autographs after the shows, the most famous autograph would be from Ray Corrigan himself, who usually took part in the festivities. Would you like to get a look at this fellow who built the ranch that hosted hundreds of movie crews including this one? Just watch for the giant albino gorilla. . . . Yup, . . . . Inside that gorilla suit is the amazing Ray ‘Crash’ Corrigan! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Al Eben and Michael Dyne
Al Eben and Michael Dyne
Al Eben
Al Eben
George Lloyd
George Lloyd
Gordon Richards
Gordon Richards
Gordon Richards and Maris Wrixon
Gordon Richards and Maris Wrixon
Gordon Richards and Richard Fraser
Gordon Richards and Richard Fraser
Gordon Richards
Gordon Richards
Gordon Richards
Gordon Richards
Larry Steers
Larry Steers
Lionel Royce
Lionel Royce
Lionel Royce and Larry Steers
Lionel Royce and Larry Steers
Lionel Royce
Lionel Royce
Maris Wrixon and Michael Dyne
Maris Wrixon and Michael Dyne
Maris Wrixon and Ray Corrigan
Maris Wrixon and Ray Corrigan
Maris Wrixon
Maris Wrixon
Maris Wrixon
Maris Wrixon
Michael Dyne
Michael Dyne
Ray Corrigan
Ray Corrigan
Richard Fraser and Maris Wrixon
Richard Fraser and Maris Wrixon
Richard Fraser
Richard Fraser