CTVA US Adventure - "Ramar of the Jungle" (Arrow-ITC) Season 4 (1954 Early)

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Season 4 (Syndicated) (1954 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 4 1954 Early ############
############### (Set in Africa) ##############
Syndicated Program
fourth 13 episodes (nos. 40-52) Directed by Spencer Bennet
Opening titles: The fourth series shows a Native Tribe.
Recurring Cast:
Nick Stewart as Willy-Willy, African Guide

[--] PHANTOM OF THE JUNGLE (75 minutes, b&w)(Set in Africa)
(1955 Theatrical Compilation of three episodes from series 4)
(from series 4)
Lippert Filmns,
Directed by Spencer Bennet.
Synopsis:
Braving danger from hostile savages, Dr. Tom Reynolds (Jon Hall),
Professor Howard Ogden (Ray Montgomery) and Nancy Arlington
(Anne Gwynne) go into the jungle seeking her father, Dr. Arlington
(Kenneth MacDonald), believed to have died in an archaeological
expedition. They are attempting to translate the hieroglyphics of
an ancient Egyptian tablet. They rescue him and after escaping
an attack by savage Bessanos, all are safe. Ramar returns the
golden tablet to the tribe.


 4.01 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE GOLDEN TABLET
(featured in the compilation film "Phantom of the Jungle" - to be verified)
Source:
Ramar of the Jungle – Vol. 5; Alpha Video DVD – Catalog # ALP4546D

Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by William Lively
Directed by Spencer Bennet
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
With: Nick Stewart (Willy-Willy, African guide)
Guest Cast:
Anne Gwynne (as Nancy Arlington)
Kenneth McDonald (as Dr. Arlington)
Carleton Young
James Griffith
Milton Wood
George Lynn
Synopsis (from DVD):
Ramar and a beautiful woman (Anne Gwynne) are confronted by Thurston
Blake, who believes that the inscription on a golden tablet he
discovered will point the way to other priceless treasures. He is
willing to commit murder to have the hieroglyphics translated. [RBH]


4.02 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: THE FLAMING MOUNTAIN
Source:
Ramar of the Jungle – Vol. 5; Alpha Video DVD – Catalog # ALP4546D

Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Sherman L. Lowe
Directed by Spencer Bennet
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
With: Nick Stewart (Willy-Willy, African guide)
Guest Cast:
Anne Gwynne (as Nancy Arlington)
Kenneth McDonald (as Dr. Arlington)
James Griffith
Milton Wood
Synopsis (from DVD):
Captured by natives in an attempt to regain possession of the golden
tablet, archeologists are accused of breaking a sacred taboo. While
Ramar and Professor Ogden search for them, their captors prepare to
administer a deadly "truth serum." [RBH]

4.03 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: ZOMBIE TERROR
Source:
Ramar of the Jungle – Vol. 5; Alpha Video DVD – Catalog # ALP4546D

Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Robert Pitt
Directed by Spencer Bennet
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
With: Nick Stewart (Willy-Willy, African guide)
Guest Cast:
Kurt Katch
Jo Gilbert
Louis P. Brown
Morris Buchanan
Synopsis 1 (from DVD):
Howard Ogden is turned into a mindless killer zombie by a mad
scientist who sends the professor out to murder Ramar.
This episode features Kurt Katch (The Wolfman, The Mummy's Curse)
as the megalomaniacal doctor with a hut full of hand-cranked
electronic ray machines. [RBH]

Synopsis 2:
Zombies roam the jungle as a mad scientist converts natives into
zombies with an elaborate ray gun

4.04 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: TRAIL TO DANGER (Set in Africa)
Source: “Ramar of the Jungle,” Volume 6 – Alpha Video DVD Catalog # ALP 4605D
Produced by Rudolph Flothow
Original Story and Teleplay by Robert Pitt
Directed by Spencer Bennet
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
With: Nick Stewart (Willy-Willy, African guide)
Guest Cast:
Lucille Barkley
George L. Lewis
William “Bill” Phillips
Olaf Hytten
Synopsis (from DVD):
A local mail carrier is stabbed by two men who are hoping to intercept a
map to an unclaimed diamond mine. Learning of the map from the dying man,
Dr. Reynolds fears that the rightful owners, Steve Bennet and his daughter,
may lose not only their claim to the mine, but their lives as well. [DVD/RBH]

4.04 [--] Ramar of the Jungle: SAVAGE FURY (1953)(Set in Africa)
DIRECTED BY SPENCER BENNETT
ORIGINAL STORY AND TELEPLAY BY DWIGHT BABCOCK.
Starring:
Jon Hall (as Ramar), Ray Montgomery (as Professor Ogden)
With: Nick Stewart (Willy-Willy, African guide)
GUEST CAST:
HARRY WOODS, PAUL MARION, JOHNNY LEE, MORRIS BUCHANAN.
SYNOPSIS:
RAMAR, HOWARD OGDEN, AND WILLY-WILLY DISCOVER TWO DEAD NATIVE
PORTERS AND SUSPECT TWO MEN CLAIMING TO BE TRADERS WHO ARE REALLY
GUN SMUGGLERS SELLING RIFLES TO A BAND OF HOSTILE NATIVES. [SC]
(11 titles missing from this final group of 13 episodes)

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