Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Former child actor George Breakston spent his adult career as a producer, headquartered in Africa. Co-produced by Breakston and Yorke Coplen, Jungle Stampede is a documentary filmed in British East Africa (now Kenya), the Belgian Congo (now Zaire) and Uganda. The usual shots of wildlife specimens in their native habitat are complemented with lengthy sequences of tribal customs. Ronald Davison provides the enthusiastic narration. Jungle Stampede was distributed in America by Republic Pictures.
adventurer, Africa, Congo, cultural-traditions, custom [habit or practice], habitat [natural], jungle, Kenya, safari, tribe, Uganda, wildlife