Ahoy, mateys! Today, we're going on a rather unusual jaunt, to a place where maritime disaster leads to a semi-uninhabited island on which a luscious redhead parades around with her hair set and sporting a full face of makeup. No, I'm not referring to Tina “Ginger” Louise of Gilligan's Island, but to the crazed world of Robin Crusoe. That is not a typo! Miss Robin Crusoe is the name of a film starring Amanda Blake (known to millions as Miss Kitty from Gunsmoke) as a female version of Daniel Dafoe's literary hero Robinson Crusoe!
Now, the natives are more than restless and begin to track the women. The plumage of the headhunters' clothing makes for a vivid contrast against the jungle setting.
Interestingly, right before Nader kisses her, Blake is mouthing some line of dialogue, but there is no audio for it, so only expert lip readers know what it was she was saying before he interrupted her with a big smack on the lips.
Blake and Hayes don't have much time to fret over their circumstances, though, because soon there is a gaggle of natives back on the island, bent on retrieving and, presumably, killing Hayes.
right here. One of Hollywood's more fit actors during a time when such a thing wasn't emphasized nearly as much as it is now, there are plenty of shirtless and swimsuit pictures of him to be found. This movie, being in color as it is, is a terrific testament to his physical appeal!