Freddie of the Jungle Trailer

Freddie of the Jungle Trailer (1981)

05 May 1981 Adventure, Comedy 82 mins

An enterprising woman reporter enlists the help of a hardened African explorer to try to locate a missing showbiz man who disappeared some time ago.

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Frankie Mann

as Freddie

Victoria Vera

as Helene

Russell Bates

as Chief Follows-Nose

Herb Goldstein

as Demetrius

Ru Flynn

as Leta

Lori Decker

as Amazon Leader

International Releases Dates

Spain 05 May 1981

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