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Acquanetta played the Leopard Woman "Lea"

Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan), Brenda Joyce (Jane), Johnny Sheffield (Boy), Acquanetta (Lea, the High Priestess), Edgar Barrier (Dr. Ameer Lazar), Dennis Hoey (the Commissioner), Tommy Cook (Kimba), Anthony Caruso (Mongo), Iris Flores, Lillian Molieri (Miss Central America of 1945), Helen Gerald and Kay Solinas (the four teachers), King Kong Kashay (wrestler Tongolo the Terrible).

Directed by Kurt Meumann; Screenplay by Carroll Young based on characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs; Produced by Sol Lesser and Kurt Neumann; Original usic: Paul Sawtell; Cinematography: Karl Struss; Film Edited by Robert O. Crandall ; Art Direction: Lewis Creber; Makeup artist: Irving Berns; Assistant director: Scott R. Beal; Sound technician: John R. Carter; Wardrobe supervisor: Robert Martien; Stunts: Paul Stader.
Sol Lesser Productions (as Principal Artists Productions)
Production began July 26, 1945 with a budget of $750,000. Filming took 51 days.
Release date: January 1946
Running time: 72 Minutes
Filmed in Black and White

      Travellers near Zambezi are being killed, apparently by leopards. The commissioner asks Tarzan to look into the matter. Tarzan immediately doubts that leopards are the problem. At the same time, Tarzan, Jane, and Boy take in Kimba, a boy who claims to have become lost in the jungle. Kimba is the brother of Queen Lea, leader of a leopard cult. She has dispatched him to spy on Tarzan. Queen Lea also conspires with Ameer Lazar, a Western-educated doctor who resents the West's domination of the area.
      Kimba has a goal of his own: to take the heart of Jane, a deed that would make him a warrior in the eyes of the cult. The Leopard Men wear leopard skins that form a cowl and cape, with iron claws attached to the back of each hand. Queen Lea wears a headband, wrist bands, ankle bands, halter top and skirt made of leopard skin. She works her followers into a frenzy in an underground chamber, "These skins are your disguise. These claws are your weapons. Go not as men, but as leopards. Go swiftly, silently."
      They attack a caravan bringing four teachers and bring the maidens back for sacrifice. They also captur Tarzan, Jane, and Boy. Tarzan brings down the roof of the cavern, destroying the cult and rescuing his friends.

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