The White Orchid (November, 1954)

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The White Orchid
 

Released in November, 1954: An archeologist and golden haired photographer are guided into the unexplored jungles of Southern Mexico by the owner of a Vanilla plantation.

Produced by Reginald Le Borg

Directed by Reginald Le Borg

The Actors: William Lundigan (Robert Burton), Peggie Castle (Kathryn Williams), Armando Silvestre (Juan Cervantes ), Rosenda Monteros (Lupita), Jorge Trevino (Arturo), Alejandro de Montenegro (Miguel), Miguel A. Gallardo (Pedro), Ramon S. Fernandez (Baytab), Ballet Moderno de Mexico (native dancers)

 

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The Golden Haired Ashtobi

In the Southern unexplored jungles of Mexico there is a legend about a golden haired goddess named Ashtobi who lures men to their death in the jungle. This hot steamy jungle thriller is dominated by the steam coming not from the hot Mexican sun, but from the green-eyed blonde bombshell Peggie Castle, who plays the part of a magazine photographer who is an expert at using her feminine charms to make men stupid . . . You know, guys . . . Sometimes a lady looks at you, flips her hair back, touches your arm, looks longingly into your eyes . . . and suddenly all the blood rushes from your head and you are instantly stupid . . . stupid for her . . . All I want to know is why men are cursed with this malady? I understand that there are men with piercing eyes and rippling six-pack abs that can melt a woman's heart . . . But she doesn't get stupid about it . . . She gets busy with her own luring abilities and makes her target guy stupid . . . sigh . . . I'm glad I'm a man, and not even angry when some dame makes me 'stupid' . . . but c'mon . . . will men ever approach equality with the ladies when it comes to the game of love? After thousands of years of stories of men and women, it looks like things will never change . . . and in a strange, fatalistic way . . . That is all right. William Lundigan is the first man that Peggie Castle lures into getting stupid for her . . . Alright . . . I also notice that he had a head start on the stupid scale, but still . . . Peggie's character and Lundigan's character despise each other until he cannot keep his mind off of her, and she uses that to her advantage. Then there is Juan, played by Armando Silvestre, who has a bit of hot, Latin steam of his own . . . Wow . . . I'm not a lady, but when you put Armando and William Lundigan next to each other, I understand which one she will spend most of her time sending out those female pheromones to, but to be fair, both men become very stupid over the blonde who twists them around her finger like a limp noodle. Sure, there is a story plot about an ancient tribe of Toltecs who haven't been seen or discovered since the great jungle temples were built, but I hardly noticed the drama of the jungle tribesmen and the journey to get to them, or the danger and death that comes later . . . Oh, and there is something about a white orchid somewhere during the show . . . Guess I got a bit 'stupid' during this story . . . . I swear that the spot where I got stupid was NOT the scene when Armando tells them that they must lighten their load and discard something before continuing and Peggie Castle quickly tells them to toss her bags of clothing because she will not be needing them . . . It was sometime before that . . . I apologize . . . Oh well . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter over it and enjoy the show.

Peggie Castle
Peggie Castle
Peggy Castle with Armando Silvestre
Peggy Castle with Armando Silvestre
Alejandro de Montenegro and Miguel A. Gallardo
Alejandro de Montenegro and Miguel A. Gallardo
Armando Silvestre
Armando Silvestre
Armando Silvestre and Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre and Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre and Rosenda Monteros
Armando Silvestre and Rosenda Monteros
Armando Silvestre and William Lundigan
Armando Silvestre and William Lundigan
Armando Silvestre kisses Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre kisses Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre and Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre and Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre gets ready to fly
Armando Silvestre gets ready to fly
Jorge Treviño and William Lundigan
Jorge Treviño and William Lundigan
Peggy Castle and Jorge Treviño
Peggie Castle and Jorge Treviño
Peggie Castle
Peggie Castle
Armando Silvestre shows Peggie Castle the iguana
Armando Silvestre shows Peggie Castle the iguana
Peggie Castle
Peggie Castle
Rosenda Monteros and Armando Silvestre
Rosenda Monteros and Armando Silvestre
Rosenda Monteros
Rosenda Monteros
William Lundigan, Peggie Castle and Armando Silvestre
William Lundigan, Peggie Castle and Armando Silvestre
William Lundigan and Peggie Castle
William Lundigan and Peggie Castle
William Lundigan
William Lundigan