CTVA US Adventure - "Ramar of the Jungle" (Arrow-ITC) Season 2 (1953 Early)

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Season 2 (Syndicated) (1953 Early)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Sal Crisanti, Tom Dischley, Robert B. Huggins
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive


   ############# Ramar of the Jungle ############
############# Season 2 1953 Early ############
############### (Set in India) ###############
Syndicated Program
second 13 episodes (nos. 14-26) Directed by Paul Landres
Opening titles: The second series opens with a Tiger Roaring.

Recurring Cast:
Victor Millan as Zahir, Indian Guide

[--] EYES OF THE JUNGLE, 1953 (79 minutes, b&w) (Set in India)
(1953 Theatrical Compilation of three episodes from series 2)
Lippert Films
directed by Paul Landres.
Dr. Tom Reynolds (Jon Hall) and Professor Ogden (Ray Montgomery)
venture to India where, with their guide, Zahir, they meet an
Indian Guru. Howard is taken ill by a mysterious disease from
a mark on his arm, natives are dying from encountering the
flower of a mysterious plant, two Americans are caught trying
to steal the Sacred Tablet of Vyasa, and members of a village
are terrified of voices that appear to come from the sky.


2.01 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE HIDDEN TREASURE (1953) (Set in India)
Source: Ramar: Horrors of India - Volume 3 -  Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4467D
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by William and Robert Raynor
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Bernie Gozier
Reginald Lal Singh
Naji Gabbi
Maurice Jara (Uncredited-SC)
Synopsis 1 (from DVD):
A fellow doctor’s house-boy is brutally murdered. The trail leads to a
missing talisman and the mysterious Temple of Kaali. Although it is
forbidden for the nonbelievers to enter the holy place, Tom Howard,
and Zahir venture to the remote temple where they witness a bizarre
ritual in which a priest is buried alive. [DVD/RBH]
Synopsis 2:
A medallion hidden by a dying man leads Ramar and Howard to the sacred
temple of Kaleb. There they witness a holy ceremony where a high
priest is buried alive! Discover with Ramar the secret of the temple!

2.02 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE MARK OF SHAITAN (1953) (Set in India)
Source: Ramar: Horrors of India - Volume 3 - Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4467D
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Barry Shipman
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Edgar Barrier
Frank Fenton
Merrill McCormick
Steve Conte
Synopsis 1 (from DVD):
Howard is attacked by a masked disciple of a shadowy cult and awakens
with the mark of the devil Shaitan burned into his hand. Local legend
tells that the recipient of the sinister omen will die when the mark
disappears. As the Professor begins to feel his life slip away,
Dr. Reynolds races against time to unlock the secrets of Shaitan
before his friend succumbs to the curse. [DVD/RBH]
SYNOPSIS 2:
RAMAR AND HOWARD OGDEN TRAVEL TO INDIA AND COME IN CONTACT WITH A DEVIL
GOD KNOWN AS 'SHAITAN'. [SC]

2.03 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE BRIDE OF THE IDOL (1953)(Set in India)
Source: Ramar: Horrors of India - Volume 3 - Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4467D
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by William and Robert Raynor
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Sujata
Paul Marion
Al Kikume
Synopsis (from DVD):
A friend of Zahir is kidnapped by a pagan cult which intends to make her
the bride of the vengeful God, Shanda. Ramar and Professor Ogden set
out to save the girl from a horrific fate. [DVD/RBH]

2.04 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE CROCODILE GOD OF KAA (1953)(Set in India)
Source: Ramar: Horrors of India -  Volume 3 - Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4467D
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Barry Shipman
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Edgar Barrier.........as The Maharajah
Steve Acton.........as The High Priest
Alfred Santos.........as The Indian Porter
Synopsis 1 (from DVD):
Ramar takes on the evil worshippers of the Crocodile God of Kaa, who have
been kidnapping villagers and threatening to sacrifice them if a hefty
ransom is not paid. The Crocodile Men have superhuman strength, which
has helped to keep the locals in a state of fearful submission. Ramar
risks his life in an attempt to discover the secret to this power and end
the reign of terror. [DVD/RBH]
Synopsis 2:
A concerned Maharajah friend of Ramar,Professor Ogen and Zahir want's them to
locate and eliminate a super-human cult that practices human sacrifices using
man-eating crocodiles. [SC]

2.05 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE DEVIL SOUL (or "The Devil's Soul" ?) (Set in India)
Source: Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4491D (Volume 4)
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Sherman L. Lowe
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Eric Snowdon
William Benegal Rau
George Lewis
Leonard George
Synopsis (from DVD):
Ramar and Professor Ogden happen upon a funeral pyre and are
shocked to learn that the dead man is actually still very much
alive. The locals are convinced that they are witnesses to
the walking undead; Ramar is convinced otherwise. [DVD/RBH]

2.06 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE TIGER'S CLAW (Set in India)
Source: Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4491D (Volume 4)
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by William and Robert Ranynor
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Stephen Chase
Sam Scar
George David
Synopsis (from DVD):
A plantation owner is killed in what seems to be a tiger attack,
but Dr. Reynolds suspects foul play. With a killer on the loose
in the jungle, Ramar and Professor Ogden set out to solve the
mystery and avoid being the next victims. [DVD/RBH]

2.07 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: URN OF DESTINY (Set in India)
Source: Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4491D (Volume 4)
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Al Martin
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
James Griffith
Sonia Sorel
Maurice Jara
David Bond
Synopsis (from DVD):
After removing “The Urn of Destiny” from the sacred Tomb of
Akara, an American archaeologist falls under a strange spell
that drives him to murderous rage and leaves him with no
recollection of his violent behavior. Unable to figure out
the cause of the strange disorder, Dr. Reynolds consults a
local doctor, who tells him that the relic is cursed. [DVD/RBH]

2.08 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE FORBIDDEN VILLAGE (Set in India)
Source: Alpha Video DVD – Catalog #ALP4491D (Volume 4)
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Sherman L. Lowe
Directed by Paul Landres
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
Edgar Barrier
Harry Lauter
Paul Marion
Hassan Khayyan
Sujata
Synopsis (from DVD):
While trekking through the jungle to get a glimpse of the
forbidden village, Dr. Reynolds and Professor Ogden come
to the aid of an American photographer who has just been
chased from the holy village. The locals believe this
stranger’s trespassing has caused a mysterious outbreak
of plague in the village. Ramar decides he must re-enter
the consecrated grounds himself in an effort to help the
afflicted. [DVD/RBH]

2.09 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE VOICE IN THE SKY (Set in India) (verified -RBH/ SC)
Source: Cascadia Entertainment DVD –  Catalog #CCE-544 – “In The Jungle, Vol. 1”
Produced by Rudolph Flothow (cut off DVD)
Directed by Paul Landres (cut off DVD)
Original Story & Teleplay By Sherman L. Lowe
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
with: Victor Millan (Zahir, The Indian Guide)
Guest Cast:
William Tannen........as Jeff Roper
Alyce Louis........as Sabata
David Bond........as The High Priest
Eduardo Cansino........as The Native Assassin
Synopsis 1 (from DVD):
Dr. Reynolds and Professor Ogden help a woman who tells them
that a mysterious voice from the sky is beckoning her and
other women from her village to the Grove of Destiny. However,
the women are being kidnapped to be sold to slave traders. [DVD/RBH]
Synopsis 2:
This is the one where someone summons people through a large, wicker-basket
type megaphone (looks like a cornucopeia)
Synopsis 3:
While en-route to help members of a local native village, Ramar and his
associate Howard become involved with a supernatural god and the disappearance
of young native woman. [SC]

2.10 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE UNKNOWN TERROR (Set in India) (verified -SC)
Directed By Paul Landres
Original Story & Teleplay By William And Robert Raynor
Guest Cast:
Noreen Nash........as Nancy Barton
Crane Whitley........as Charlie Barton
Terry Frost........as Carson
Rodd Redwing........as The Yogi
Recurring Cast:
Victor Millan.....as Zahir
Synopsis:
Doctor Reynolds comes to the aid of a wounded native worker,and must convince
a yogi that his healing abilities will not help the wounded man. Enraged, the
yogi plans a swift revenge on Ramar. [SC]

2.11 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE MYSTIC PAWN (Set in India) (verified -SC)
Directed By Paul Landres
Original Story & Teleplay By Al Martin
Guest Cast:
Lois Hall........as Noreen Clemens
Don Beddoe........as Winfield Clemens
Jan Arvan........as Matamori
Than Wyenn........as Tama
Recurring Cast:
Victor Millan.....as Zahir
Synopsis:
Ramar, Howard Ogen and Zahir assist an elderly man in finding his daughter
who is being held against her will by a fanatical guru. [SC]

2.12 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE ROAD OF NO RETURN (Set in India) (verified -SC)
Directed By Paul Landres
Original Story & Teleplay By Sherman L. Lowe
Guest Cast:
Ann Doran........as Irene Loring
Kenneth MacDonald........as Joshua Loring
Jerado De Cordovier........as The Maharaja
Recurring Cast:
Victor Millan.....as Zahir
Synopsis:
Ramar, Professor Ogen and Zahir become involved with a legendary haunted well
and a husband and wife who are being pursued by an angry band of natives. [SC]

(1 episode missing in this group of 13 episodes Set in India)

############# Ramar of the Jungle ############
############### end of season 2 ##############
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