Cast & Crew
[No contemporary information about the plot of this film has been found.]
Because of budget limitations, extensive use was made of stock footage from Jungle Goddess (1922); even the story from the earlier serial was woven into the plot of the later one. Considering the changes in dramatic technique, makeup, etc. that had taken place in the intervening thirteen years, plus the fact that the silent footage was printed and projected at an abnormally fast sound speed, the results were both hilarious and disastrous.
Queen of the Jungle was a twelve episode serial that modern sources claim was also released as a feature, although the feature's release date cannot be confirmed in contemporary sources. Its advertising slogan was, "It begins where Trader Horn [the 1931 M-G-M film] left off!" The above credits were taken from the serial and May not reflect the credits of the feature version. Although onscreen credits for the serial indicate that the title was copyrighted in 1935, no record could be found in the copyright catalog. According to modern sources, animal footage was taken from the 1922 Selig serial, The Jungle Goddess, and the cast also included George Chesebro (Ken Roberts), Robert Borman (Captain Blake), and Barney Furey (Abdullah).