Queen of the Amazons 1947 2007 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Several small stories or scenarios stung together with old 1947 African native footage tossed in as filler. However on the safari there is a real mystery. And as always it is the last person you would suspect if it was a person.
Jean Preston (Patricia Morison) has traced her betrothed (since childhood) to Africa. She is accompanied by her potential father-in-law, his bug loving friend, and a person that considers himself a substitute should they fine the betrothed has met his demise.
Now they need a guide. You guessed it the guide (Robert Lowery) thinks women have no place there. She must convince him with her skills. Mean time it looks like the betrothed was on a mission to find ivory poachers when he disappeared. And the new guide must pick up the trail. Naturally they will need a cook and a bunch or natives. Then there are the stories of a white queen (Amira Moustafa) who captures betroths and bumps off intruders.
So will they be able to pass by locust plagues, man-eating lions, a mysterious curse, and those lonely, long sultry African nights alone in the bush?