Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
In this far-fetched jungle adventure, a young boy is put on a plane for a visit to his estranged mother. When the plane crashes in the Amazon jungle, the blonde boy is considered a god by the Incan Indians. One of the high priests wishes to sacrifice the boy in a religious ritual, believing the young boy to be evil because he smiles. His father and a group of Catholic missionaries save the boy from death with the evil Indian running through the jungle to escape. The boy's stuffed toy tiger becomes real and hunts down the Incan priest in an attempt to rip the flesh from his villainous bones for scaring the boy.
crash, jungle, kidnapping, native, Native-American, survivor, accident, God, plans, wild [undomesticated], youth