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Love Slaves of the Amazon (1957)
- Celia Trimboli
Pretty good campy B movie. The title tells it all. An adventurer goes in search of a lost tribe and finds more than he could have hoped for. Please release to DVD very soon.
Love Slaves of the Amazons (1957) Great B Film
- Pat Gibson
Made by a great B director (Curt Siodmak), this campy adventure movie was showing with The Monolith Monsters, (which I have on VHS), a very spine-tingling duo when a girlfriend and I were practically alone in a darkened theatre on a Thursday night, only present because of free movie passes. It had a line I still remember, spoken by the pilot of the downed plane (Don Taylor) when he sees his first Amazon, "I've seen white women, black women, blue women and red women, but I've never seen a green woman!" just before he loses consciousness again! Somewhat in the vein of Indiana Jones without the great music and special effects!