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Light hearted and fun action/spy spoof
- Frank Urbano
Coming in at the very tail end of the spy craze, The Pink Jungle is a thoroughly enjoyable movie largely because of its' cast. Featuring James Garner, George Kennedy and Nigel Green as a sort of a The Good, the Bad and the Ugly trio. Eva Renzi is delightful playing the international model who is along for the ride. TCM really needs to track this film down.
The pink jungle
When will TCM put this movie on. I give it 4 stars. It was the first movie I saw on my flight home from Vietnam in 1969 as a wounded Marine.Would love to see it again.
a little known gem
I love this film since I first saw around 1970, the story line is perfect for the spy film 60's, exotic loction, very funny story, and everyone is perfect in their role, but George Kennedy is the stand out as the con man/ soldier of fortune Sammy. Please request this film on DVD, and TCM, I have a rare copy on VCR tape.
Pink Jungle: One of Garner's Funniest
- Eric M Christians
This is one of James Garner's funniest films. He and George Kennedy are naturals together. It has an exotic, self-parodying plot with a level of humor that aims for the brain and the gut.I'm not sure why this film is so hard to find. Trust me, if you get a chance to see it you won't be sorry.