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Female Jungle (1956)

Rating:No Rating
Release Date:January 1, 1956
Running time:73 minutes
Director:Bruno VeSota
Producer:Burt Kaiser
Writer:Burt Kaiser
Distributor:American Releasing Corporation

Description: Held back from release for nearly a year, The Female Jungle finally received bookings on the strength of its star, Jayne Mansfield. In fact, Jayne plays the relatively minor role of a trashy nympho; the emphasis is on neurotic police dectective Lawrence Tierney. Circumstantial evidence suggests that Tierney is responsible for the murder of a gorgeous film star--and since he was drunk at the time of the killing, even Tierney suspects himself. For a while, the number one candidate for the gas chamber is slimy gossip columnist John Carradine, but he's a bit too obvious to be culprit. Without giving away the ending, it can be noted that the murderer is played by a member of the film's production staff. Female Jungle was later reissued as Hangover.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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