Untamed Women (September 12, 1952)

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Untamed Women
 

Released on September 12, 1952: During World War 2 an Air Forcs plane is forced to land in the South Pacific ocean and the survivors wash up on an uncharted island inhabited by pre-historic beasts and untamed Druid women.

Produced by Richard Kay

Directed by W. Merle Connell

The Actors: Mikel Conrad (Air Force Captain Steve Holloway), Doris Merrick (Sandra, priestess and protector), Richard Monahan (Benny, bombardier), Robert Lowell (Ed), Morgan Jones (Andy, navigator), Midge Ware (Myra), Judy Brubaker (Valdra), Carol Brewster (Tennus), Autumn Russell (Cleo), Lyle Talbot (Doctor Loring, surgeon), Montgomery Pittman (Professor Warren), Miriam Kaylor (nurse Edmunds)

 

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The Uncharted Island of Untamed Women

Our adventure opens with an Air Force pilot recovering from a coma in a military hospital, and he tells the doctors about an amazing adventure that he had when his fighter plane crashed into the South Pacific Ocean.

The airplane was flying in the South Pacific during the closing days of World War 2 dropping bombs on an enemy ship. Unfortunately one of their four engines stops . . . . and then another . . . . Finally all four engines are dead and the men in the airplane prepare for a crash landing in the ocean.

As soon as the plane lands on the ocean, and before it can sink into the deep waters of the South Pacific, the men inflate life rafts and spend days on the wild ocean battling storms and starvation. Finally they spot an uncharted island and go ashore. Soon they are captured by a tribe of young women, . . . .  Descendants of the ancient Druids who fled to this deserted island.

Sandra, the High Priestess of the Druid sisters has the men bound and imprisoned in a cave, determined not to let the men stay with the girls in the tribe. Later, she secretly goes to the bound prisoners and frees them on the condition that they leave the island at once and never return.

Sandra leads them to a mountain pass and tells them that on the other side of the mountain they will find the ocean. Soon the men discover that the jungle on the other side of the mountain is home to huge pre-historic beasts, and after several close calls with death by pre-historic beast, the four men decide that if they want to survive they must go back to the land of the untamed women.

Surely the women on the other side of the mountain will not be as dangerous as the pre-historic beasts . . . . . Or will they? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Untamed women and the boys
Untamed women and the boys
Autumn Russell and Midge Ware
Autumn Russell and Midge Ware
Doris Merrick
Doris Merrick
Doris Merrick and her guards
Doris Merrick and her guards
Doris Merrick as High Priestess of the Druid Sisters
Doris Merrick as High Priestess of the Druid Sisters
Untamed drummer
Untamed drummer
Untamed drummer
Untamed drummer
Lyle Talbot and Mikel Conrad
Lyle Talbot and Mikel Conrad
Lyle Talbot
Lyle Talbot
Midge Ware and Mikel Conrad
Midge Ware and Mikel Conrad
Midge Ware and Mikel Conrad
Midge Ware and Mikel Conrad
Midge Ware and Mikel Conrad
Midge Ware and Mikel Conrad
Midge Ware
Midge Ware
Mikel Conrad
Mikel Conrad
Mikel Conrad and Autumn Russell
Mikel Conrad and Autumn Russell
Mikel Conrad and Doris Merrick
Mikel Conrad and Doris Merrick
Mikel Conrad and Doris Merrick
Mikel Conrad and Doris Merrick
Mikel Conrad and Midge Ware
Mikel Conrad and Midge Ware
Mikel Conrad, Morgan Jones, Richard Monahan and Robert Lowell
Mikel Conrad, Morgan Jones, Richard Monahan and Robert Lowell
Mikel Conrad
Mikel Conrad
Montgomery Pittman and Lyle Talbot
Montgomery Pittman and Lyle Talbot
Morgan Jones
Morgan Jones
Morgan Jones and Carol Brewster
Morgan Jones and Carol Brewster
Morgan Jones
Morgan Jones
Richard Monahan and Autumn Russell
Richard Monahan and Autumn Russell
Richard Monahan and Robert Lowell
Richard Monahan and Robert Lowell
Richard Monahan
Richard Monahan
Richard Monahan
Richard Monahan
Robert Lowell
Robert Lowell
Robert Lowell
Robert Lowell