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Rassimov then makes goo-goo eyes at the chief’s hot daughter (played by the appropriately named Me Me Lay) long enough for him to consent to their marriage and after the ceremony they run around the jungle having a bunch of sex. As a result of some much damn sex with her new horndog hubby, Me Me becomes pregnant. Then a neighboring cannibal tribe starts chowing down on some of the native girls, so Rassimov has to dispense some jungle justice and cut some tongues out. After busting a few heads, Ivan returns to his wife who bears him a tot (“My little black savage!”), then dies in childbirth. In the end, a helicopter flies overhead but Ivan chooses to stay with the natives to raise his son and help rebuild the village.
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Even though the flick does get bogged down every once and awhile, it still features enough gory goodness to make it worth a look for cannibal fans. Tongues are cut out, monkey brains are eaten, and there is an excellent scene where the cannibals munch on a girl’s boob. Speaking of the female anatomy, the amount of naked women on display in this movie is considerable. Me Me Lay hardly ever wore a stitch of clothes and the scene where a bunch of native girls laid around sunbathing in the nude was A-OK by me. There were also some nasty real life animal mutilations in there too, for folks who are into that sort of thing. We got a mongoose vs. snake scene, a cockfight, crocodiles being gutted and goats getting their throats slit. In short, The Man from
Rassimov and Lay later starred in Jungle Holocaust together.