And so I'll end my own little triple bill with rounding off the "Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive". The final entry - Captive Wild Woman! At little over an hour, this one is a bit of a filler. In fact, if you cut out all the animal training footage you'd probably be left with little more than 40 minutes or so of mad doctor action. And even that's a little half-hearted with a rake-thin David Carridine doing as little as possible to earn a pay check. As in Night Monster there's lots of talk about "glands" in this one. Never midn though, because the bottom line is we end up with a gorilla/woman hybrid - including a Wolf Man style transformation scene where a woman in the "I'd do her" catagory turns, almost in an instant, into a "Ahhhhhhh!" Sadly we don't get much of that, and it's all very confusing when we're supposed to sympathize with the gorilla, the girl, and of course - the gorilla/girl - all while a murder takes place. Oh well, you can't have it all. Some big top action then, lots of lions, tigers, and even a Zebra giving another Zebra a good kick. Whips, guns, and a chair as a defense, our intrepid explorer doesn't do much other than act toward a back projected screen - but as such things go, this isn't bad. A bit of a sleeper then, but if you fast-forward through the animal training sequences you won't spend too long on it. Worth it, but not stellar.