|Directed by||Harry L. Fraser|
|Produced by||Mervyn Freeman (associate producer)
Ted Richmond (producer)
George R. Batcheller Jr.
|Written by||Rita Douglas (story and screenplay)|
Charles B. Middleton
|Music by||Albeto Colombo|
|Editing by||Holbrook N. Todd|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation|
|Release date(s)||19 September 1941 (premiere)|
|Running time||63 minutes|
Jungle Man is a 1941 American jungle adventure movie directed by Harry L. Fraser. It stars Buster Crabbe in his first movie for Producers Releasing Corporation. He is reunited with Charles B. Middleton from the Flash Gordon movie serials.
The story is about an African expedition that battles thick jungle, hostile natives, wild animals, and a deadly epidemic in its search for the fabled City of the Dead. In 1951, the movie was retitled Drums of Africa and sold to television.