Picture Brides (1934)

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Picture Brides (1934) Poster

Four "Picture Brides", from New Orleans, arrive in the Brazilian jungle on a riverboat, brought there to marry workers at Lottagrasso, a remote mining site of the Standard Diamond ... See full summary »


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30 July 2006 | dbborroughs
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| Program jungle adventure offers some nice tawdry chills and thrills as woman go up river to meet their "mates"
In the steamy jungle some men at a diamond mine await the arrival of their "picture brides". When the women get there they find that things are not what they expected and tawdry adventure and romance occur.

A nice little programmer with some good dialog, good performances and nice sense that its suppose to be entertaining and not high art. Alan Hale (The Skipper from Gilligan's Island dad) plays the German head of the mine and he's a real sleaze ball screwing over everyone and everything in order to make a buck. For me it was a nice change of pace since I'm so used to him being the hero's best friend in most movies. Not something you need search out but if you run across it it maybe worth an hour of your time.

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