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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Drums of the Congo (1942) DVD-R

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Starring Ona Munson, Stuart Erwin, Peggy Moran, Don Terry, Richard Lane, Turhan Bey,

Dorothy Dandridge

Directed by Christy Cabanne



Print: black/white

Runtime: 61 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



A talented cast hacks its way through a so-so script and miles of stock footage in

Universal's Drums of the Congo. In the heart of Africa, naval intelligence officer Kirk (Don

Terry) searches for a rare metal vital to the war effort (just why it's vital is never thoroughly

explained). He is aided in his quest by missionary Ann Montgomery (Ona Munson) and by

dishevelled "bwana" Congo Jack (Stu Erwin). Alas, a couple of minions of the Third Reich

are also after the elusive metal, and they're not above committing murder to get what they

want. The most novel aspect of Drums of the Congo is the casting of likeable, fresh-faced

Universal ingenue Peggy Moran as one of the villains

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Starring Ona Munson, Stuart Erwin, Peggy Moran, Don Terry, Richard Lane, Turhan Bey,
Dorothy Dandridge
Directed by Christy Cabanne

Print: black/white
Runtime: 61 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

A talented cast hacks its way through a so-so script and miles of stock footage in
Universal's Drums of the Congo. In the heart of Africa, naval intelligence officer Kirk (Don
Terry) searches for a rare metal vital to the war effort (just why it's vital is never thoroughly
explained). He is aided in his quest by missionary Ann Montgomery (Ona Munson) and by
dishevelled "bwana" Congo Jack (Stu Erwin). Alas, a couple of minions of the Third Reich
are also after the elusive metal, and they're not above committing murder to get what they
want. The most novel aspect of Drums of the Congo is the casting of likeable, fresh-faced
Universal ingenue Peggy Moran as one of the villains

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