The Wild Women of Wongo (1958)
Released in 1958: The beautiful Wild Women of Wongo reject the ugly men of Wongo and instead invade the village of Goona to steal the handsome men of Goona away from the ugly women of Goona.
Produced by James L. Wolcott
Directed by James L. Wolcott
Written by Cedric Rutherford
The Actors: Jean Hawkshaw (Omoo), Adrienne Bourbeau (Wana), Mary Ann Webb (Mona), Candé Gerrard (Ahtee), Marie Goodhart (woman of wongo), Michelle Lamaack (woman of wongo), Joyce Nizzari (woman of wongo), Val Phillips (woman of wongo), Jo Elaine Wagner (woman of wongo), Pat Crowley (man of wongo), Ray Rotello (man of wongo), Billy Day (man of wongo), Burt Parker (man of wongo), Robert Serrecchia (man of wongo), Whitey Hart (man of wongo), Barbara Lee Babbitt (woman of goona), Bernadette (woman of goona), Elaine Krasner (woman of goona), Lillian Melek (woman of goona), Iris Rautenberg (woman of goona), Roberta Wagner (woman of goona), Johnny Walsh (Engor of goona), Roy Murray (man of goona), Ed Fury (Gahbo), Steve Klisanin (man of goona), Walter Knoch (man of goona), Ronald Mankowski (man of goona), Gerry Roslund (man of goona), Varden Spencer (man of goona), Kenneth Vitulli (man of goona), Rex Richards (King of Wongo), Bert Williams (King of Goona), Zuni Dyer (Priestess)
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It's Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature!
Back in the 1930's cowboy movies were created to please thirteen year old boys, but dad and mom and the kid sister could also enjoy them. Somewhere in time this formula for a movie for the young bucks that everyone could enjoy broke down and they became dumb . . . and dumber. Now, they are funny, entertaining, eye-pleasing movies, but you must channel the young boy or girl inside you to really get into these movies . . . Gone With The Wind they ain't (yes, I really used the word 'ain't' - forgive me papa, wherever you are). Anyway . . . now that you have awakened the teenager inside you, let's travel to a faraway South Seas Island with three wild tribes of people . . . The Wonga people, the Goona people, and the killer ape people. Mother Nature has arranged that the Wonga village is populated by ugly men and beautiful women that cannot cook worth a darn . . . the Goona village is populated with handsome six-pack men and ugly women who can cook like French Chefs. All is going well in these villages until the wild and beautiful women of Wonga spot one of the handsome men from Goona, and the Wild Women of Wonga will not rest until they make the handsome, buff men of Goona their man-slaves. Now, the thirteen year old boy inside me is starting to salivate just a bit . . . beautiful women of Wonga will be chasing me to make me their love-slave - of course I put my mental thirteen year old boy in the camp with the buff, six-pack men . . . in my head that is where I belong, no matter what my mirror says :~) . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.
Uhhhh, one more thing, a bit of little known trivia for the highly educated among us teens . . . if you think that some of the acting is a bit over the top for the big screen, and is more like stage acting where the actors must use large motions and loud clear speech for the sake of the folk in the rear of the theater, you are on to something . . . Famous author and Broadway playwright Tennessee Williams anonymously directed most of this movie. Williams and James Wolcott were good friends, and when Tennessee Willliams asked if he could direct a bit of the show, he was allowed to do so with the blessing of the producer and credited director James Wolcott.
Bert Williams and Johnny Walsh
Ed Fury as Gahbo
Jean Hawkshaw and Mary Ann Webb
Jean Hawkshaw and Rex Richards
Jean Hawkshaw meets Johnny Walsh
Jean Hawkshaw sees Johnny Walsh
Mary Ann Webb and Jean Hawkshaw
Mary Ann Webb
Rex Richards and Johnny Walsh