Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Devil Goddess was the sixteenth and last of Columbia's "Jungle Jim" series. Johnny Weissmuller, playing "himself" (as he had in the last few films in this series), agrees to help a professor (Selmer Jackson) find a colleague who has disappeared into the jungle. Before you can say "Heart of Darkness", we learn that the missing man (William Griffith) has set himself up as a white god, ruling over a tribe of fire worshippers. The "god's" headquarters is a volcano, long dormant but ripe for eruption. The "goddess" of the title is the daughter (Angela Stevens) of the investigating professor, whom the white despot hopes to marry after bumping off the rest of the search party. Weissmuller and his friends narrowly escape the inflammatory volcano with an unburied treasure in tow.
rescue, animal, conflict, daughter, eruption, escape, evil, fire, friendship, God, help, jungle, kidnapping, man, missing, missing-person, native, paganism, partner, professor, safari, search, treasure, tribe, victim, volcano, wild [undomesticated], worship [religious]