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Gero Wecker, who'd founded Arca in 1953 as an outlet for his low-budget exploitation films, signed Marion to an exclusive 7-year contract, with the intention of producing a series of Liane films.She was marketed as "Germany's answer to Brigitte Bardot". Borsody, who started his movie career in the early 1920s as a cameraman, went on to write and direct an impressive number of films, starting in the 1930s.Thoren takes the net from over her head, and she bites his arm.But the girl's fear is abated by Thoren's gentle approach, and he rather suggestively feeds her a banana. Jacqueline Goddard notice that amongst the baubles of her necklace is a charm (later described as a pendant, then a medal) engraved with an "L", and wonder at its significance.Jungle girl movies were a staple in theatres way back in the days when you could see two movies for the price of one, along with a serial, a cartoon and a news reel, with stars such as Dorothy Lamour, Maria Montez, Frances Gifford, Maureen O'Sullivan and Brenda Joyce swinging from one potted plant to another.Not to be overlooked in all this Hollywood slickness is a lesser-known (and late) entry in the field, LIANE, JUNGLE GODDESS (1956), a four-star film out of Germany (the four stars being Marion Michael, Hardy Kruger, Irene Galter and Reggie Nalder).
They eventually settled in West Berlin, while Marion's father, a surgeon, remained in East Berlin.
In the morning, Jacqueline gives Chia-Hee a shower, then crops her mane.
She's given a blouse, tied in a knot at her midriff, and a pair of short shorts.
Fortunately, Thoren has his camera set up right near that very spot and takes photos of her swimming around. A hulking brute named Keller, out hunting deer, spots the girl, captures her in a net and carries her back to camp.
Her friend Tanga arrives to tease her, but she shoos him away. Still tied up and tangled in the net, Chia-Hee is kept in one of the tents.
She sets it down upon noticing their captive, taking interest in what may be the first white man she's ever seen.