Synopsis: A doctor finds a jungle laboratory, complete with mad scientist and genetic engineering experiments.
Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi
Director(s): George Schenck
Production: United Artists
93 min

There's your village.

Go home.

Calling Dr. Sanchez.

Calling Dr. Sanchez.

You are wanted in surgery.

I'm sick.

Can you please wait out there?


I told you to wait over there.

We have so many patients.

- Please.





Will you please wait outside?

I'm still attending a patient.

Will you?

Over there.

Your attention please.

Flight 216 for Guam,

Honolulu, and San Francisco

will be boarding at gate

number four in 15 minutes.

Your attention, please.

Flight 216, flight to Guam, Honolulu,

and San Francisco will be

boarding at gate number four

in 15 minutes.

Flight 906 from

Manila, calling Guam.

Flight 906 requesting emergency landing.

Emergency landing.

This is Guam, flight 906.

Emergency landing clear for runway three.

This is flight 906,

request emergency standby.

Deranged passenger aboard!


Now I'm gonna take one of those.

Thank you, honey.

Going to be in Manila long?

I don't really know.


What's there?


Me too.

Maybe a little pleasure, huh?

What kind of work do you do?

I'm a doctor.


What kind of doctor?

- Pathologist.

- What?

A pathologist.


Is there money in it?

There could be.

Doctor Pardee?

- Yes.

- I'm Phil Baitson,

from the American Embassy.

- Hello. Phil?

- Yes.

- Hi.

- Come on, I've got

everything expedited.

Well, we were able to find

out his name was Cleaver,

Ray Cleaver.

He was pretty freaky, huh?

Quite freaky, yes.

Got any idea what may have caused it?


That is why I'm here.

Think it might be infectious?

I'm sorry, I didn't hear you.

What were you saying?

I said, do you think

it might be infectious?

Well, it's very difficult

to tell until we get

the micros and cultures back from the lab.

Well, I'll tell what we were

able to find out about him.

He was discharged from

the Navy about a year ago.

And then he was arrested in Pangan.


That's where I'm going, isn't it?

That's right.

What was he busted For?

Smuggling hash.

Did he get off?

Well, he escaped

about a month ago,

and then there was no

sign of him until he stole

a pickup truck and an airline ticket.

Do you have his

medical records from the Navy?

Oh, right here.

Oh, thank you.

Yeah, that's helpful.

Where are we going now?

Well, my

instructions say to take her

to pier 13, and get her on

the coastal steamer to Pangan.

Our apologies for the

mode of transportation,

but Pangan is in a pretty remote spot,

and this is the easiest way.

I think it'll be a trip.

Don't forget these.

Thank you.

Your ticket is inside,

and also an introduction to Dr Raul Rojas

of Nivey Research Institute-

- Good.

- And he'll be in Pangan

to meet you.

Thank you.

What are you doing here?

Going to Pangan.

Oh, well, glad to have you aboard.

See you in the dining room.

Are you enjoying the trip, Madame?

Very much indeed, yes, thank you.


Tell me, where is Mr. Victor?

Mr. Victor?

The American businessman who's onboard.

We don't have an American

passenger except you.

Is Mr. Victor here?

You know, the American?

I'm sorry.

Ah, lady, lady, I'll help you.

You let me take your bag?

I take your bag, lady.

I take your bag.

Dr. Pardee?

Dr. Rojas?

- How was your trip?

- It was fine.

Thank you.

- Is anything wrong?

- No.

I was just looking for someone,

but it isn't important.

Is this your only luggage?

Tell me, where does the ship go

when it leaves here?

On to Davao.

I read the journal.

Your report, apart from

being undeniably valid,

was most interestingly revealing.

- Oh.

- I admire your work,

Dr. Pardee.

- Thank you.

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George Schenck

George Schenck is an American screenwriter. His credits include Futureworld, the TV-movie The Phantom of Hollywood and numerous episodes of NCIS. Schenck became an executive producer during NCIS season nine. As of October 4, 2016, Schenck had written 43 episodes of NCIS. Schenck and Frank Cardea were named co-showrunners in October 2016 following the death of Gary Glasberg. more…

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