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"Safari of Death": Abel leads Trask and others on a safari. They want to see the fabled White Jaguar and Rima, the Jungle Girl. Trask spots both Rima and the White Jaguar, but they run off to safety. Trask quickly turns on Abel, leading that he leads them to her. Abel refuse


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Rima



Appearing in "Safari of Death"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Abel

Antagonists:

  • Trask
  • Bridger
  • Ferro
  • Hinton

Other Characters:

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Synopsis for "Safari of Death"

Abel leads Trask and others on a safari. They want to see the fabled White Jaguar and Rima, the Jungle Girl. Trask spots both Rima and the White Jaguar, but they run off to safety. Trask quickly turns on Abel, leading that he leads them to her. Abel refuses, so they beat him up and stake him to the ground. Rima arrives to find Abel only to be shot by Trask's thug, Hinton. Only clipped on the shoulder, Rima comes to and Trask asks her where the White Jaguar is. Rima whistles a bird-song, alerting all the creatures of the jungle, and the White Jaguar comes to their rescue. With his dying breath, Trask shoots the White Jaguar. Luckily, the White Jaguar has a son, ensuring that the White Jaguar will live again.

Appearing in Jungle Justice: "Devil's Doctor"

Antagonists:

  • Nazis
    • Dr. Adolph Kessel (Dies)
  • Pygmies

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Items:

  • Kessel's gold watch

Synopsis for Jungle Justice: "Devil's Doctor"

Nazi scientist Dr. Adolph Kessel experiments on concentration camp inmates, attempting to shrink people. He is then sent to Africa, where his plane crashes. He is discovered by Pygmies - people that nature has already shrunk! He offers his watch in friendship, and they take him off. Days later, searching for the missing Kessel, Nazi soldiers hear the ticking of a watch, and discover a Pygmy tribe, with a shrunken Dr. Kessel!

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