Ramar of the Jungle
Ramar of the Jungle was a syndicated American television series (1952–1954) that starred Jon Hall as Dr. Tom Reynolds (the titular “ramar,” an African title for a white medicine man) and Ray Montgomery as his associate, Professor Howard Ogden. Episodes were set in Africa and India.
Actor Jon Hall created the series, and starred in it, obviously trying to emulate the then-popular "Jungle Jim" movies. Produced by Rudolph Flothow for Arrow Productions and ITC Entertainment, four sets of 13 episodes were produced, for a total of 52. Each episode runs approximately 25 minutes. In season one, the first 13 episodes are set in Africa and the second 13 are set in India. In the second season, all 26 episodes take place in Africa.
Alpha Video  has released 11 Ramar DVDs, containing a total of 44 of the 52 episodes. There are eight episodes which have not been released by Alpha.
- White Goddess (1953)
- Eyes of the Jungle (1953)
- Thunder Over Sangoland (1955)
- Phantom of the Jungle (1955), combines an unidentified setup episode with "The Golden Tablet" and "The Flaming Mountain" to tell the story of a young woman scientist (played by Anne Gwynne) searching for her lost archaeologist father with the help of Ramar, Prof. Ogden and Willy-Willy.
In addition, seven movies were made for television viewing:
- Ramar and the Burning Barrier (1964, ITC, 82 minutes, b&w)
- Ramar and the Deadly Females (1964, ITC, 80 minutes, b&w)
- Ramar and the Jungle Secrets (1964, ITC, 81 minutes, b&w)
- Ramar's Mission to India (1964, ITC, 80 minutes, b&w)
- Ramar and the Savage Challenges (1964, ITC, 83 minutes, b&w)
- Ramar and the Hidden Terrors (1964, ITC, 83 minutes, b&w)
- Ramar and the Jungle Voodoo (1964, ITC, 78 minutes, b&w)