Description:00 48 08 00 Inside cave. An explorer, a colonist, an adventurer Buster Crabbe is offered to eat by Julie London, in exotic and flowery dress, sort of dress, grass skirt. She embodies, the young savage, Westerner educated in the African jungle. He is crisp in his apple and nearly suffocates. She suggests him sleeping in her cave, she seems very artless, artless, without complex. Crabbe believes be begun. She is hurt. Later, London goes out of his cave and puts his parrot on a branch. A small monkey climbs on the shoulder, domesticated and tamed wild animal. Crabbe approaches her but he is afraid of be beaten by the gorilla, bodyguard of London. She orders her gorilla to leave them alone.