This exotic action-filled adventure boasts a truly outstanding transatlantic cast: Dana Andrews one of Hollywood's most sought-after stars is the intrepid insurance investigator on the trail of a high-profile diamond broker who has vanished in southern Africa; Oscar nominee Jeanne Crain Andrews' State Fair co-star is the woman who shares his heart-stopping quest and Black Narcissus star David Farrar his dangerously elusive quarry. Dynamic visually impressive and directed with characteristic flair by Hollywood veteran George Marshall Duel in the Jungle is presented... here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements. Filmed in the 1.33:1 aspect ratio Duel in the Jungle was framed for 1.66:1 for those few theatres that at the time could exhibit widescreen images. Both versions are included on this release. American insurance investigator Scott Walters is in London to check up on Perry Henderson head of a major diamond concern who is insured for a large sum of money... only to find that Perry is now in Africa diving for diamonds on the sea bed; some time later comes news that Perry has drowned. Scott hurries round to see Perry's fiancee but finds she has vanished. Playing a hunch he flies out to Africa and is shocked at what he finds! SPECIAL FEATURES  Full-Frame version  Original Theatrical Trailer  Image Gallery  Original Promotional PDF [show more]
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George Marshall directs this 1950s British adventure in which an American insurance investigator sets out to learn the truth behind the disappearance of a diamond broker. Scott Walters (Dana Andrews) is in London on business when he hears that one of his firm's high-profile clients Perry Henderson (David Farrar) has died while diving for diamonds off the coast of Africa. Suspicious both by nature and professional obligation, Walters visits Perry's widow Marian (Jeanne Crain) in search of further information. Ultimately, the pair journey to Africa to continue the investigation, where matters become very murky and dangerous indeed...