Cinema: The New Pictures: Oct. 5, 1931

East of Borneo (Universal) is a combination of The Green Goddess and Trader Horn, of Hollywood and the Malay peninsula. Its heroine (Rose Hobart) is imperiled by the lechery of a brownskin potentate in silk leggings and by the lions, tigers, leopards, boa constrictors, crocodiles and monkeys of a jungle which seems to be more densely populated than a stadium football game and to contain an even larger collection of queer pelts and extraordinary noises. As is usually the case in films with which wild animals are intimately connected, the story is...

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