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Captive Wild Woman

Captive Wild Woman theatrical release poster
Directed by Edward Dmytryk
Produced by Ben Pivar
Written by Ted Fithian/Neil P. Varnick/Griffin Jay/Henry Sucher
Starring John Carradine
Milburn Stone
Evelyn Ankers
Music by Hans J. Salter and Frank Skinner
Cinematography George Robinson
Editing by Milton Carruth
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date(s) June 4, 1943
Running time 61 min.
Language English
Followed by Jungle Woman

Captive Wild Woman (1943) is a sci-fi horror film, starring John Carradine, Milburn Stone, Evelyn Ankers, and Acquanetta. It was released by Universal Pictures and was directed by Edward Dmytryk.


Dr. Sigmund Walters transplants the glands of a human female into a gorilla, turning it into a beautiful young woman, Paula Dupree (Acquanetta). A change in emotions sets in and Dupree reverts to her savage ways.


John Carradine ... Dr. Sigmund Walters
Milburn Stone ... Fred Mason
Evelyn Ankers ... Beth Colman
Lloyd Corrigan ... John Whipple
Acquanetta ... Paula Dupree
Martha Vickers ... Dorothy Colman (as Martha MacVicar)
Fay Helm ... Nurse Strand
Vince Barnett ... Curly, a rube
Paul Fix ... Gruen, the handler
Ray Corrigan ... Cheela the Ape

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