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* EarthyBarefootCharacter: Jana is always barefoot.
** Montaro, for some reason, wears high boots.

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%% * EarthyBarefootCharacter: Jana is always barefoot.
** Montaro, for some reason, wears high boots.
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* MagicalNativeAmerican: Montaro had shades of this, but was (obviously) a rarer South American version.

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%% * MagicalNativeAmerican: Montaro had shades of this, but was (obviously) a rarer South American version.



* NitroExpress: The series had an oil well fire episode. The bits that weren't out of ''Film/TheWagesOfFear'' were out of ''Film/RoosterCogburn'' (with modifications; this is a kids' show, so no one gets so much as a nasty boo-boo).

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%% * NitroExpress: The series had an oil well fire episode. The bits that weren't out of ''Film/TheWagesOfFear'' were out of ''Film/RoosterCogburn'' (with modifications; this is a kids' show, so no one gets so much as a nasty boo-boo).



* VineSwing: One of the ways Jana travels around the jungle.
* TheXOfY: The series title.

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%% * VineSwing: One of the ways Jana travels around the jungle.
%% * TheXOfY: The series title.


* HeroicAlbino: Ghost is an animal version.


%%* JunglePrincess: Jana, of course.

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%%* * JunglePrincess: Jana, of course.course. She fits many of the classic requirements: she's a young American woman who has been stranded in the jungle since childhood, has bonded with the local tribespeople and animals, and protects her home from a variety of threats.


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* RingsOfDeath: PlayedWith. While Jana's collar is sharp enough to double as this type of weapon, she never throws it at people or animals.

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* VineSwing: One of the ways Jana travels around the jungle.


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* AdventureSeries
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* DisappearedDad
* DoesNotWearShoes[=/=]EarthyBarefootCharacter: Jana is always barefoot.

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* DoesNotWearShoes[=/=]EarthyBarefootCharacter: EarthyBarefootCharacter: Jana is always barefoot.



* JunglePrincess: Jana, of course.
* LadyLand: "Race for Life"

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* %%* JunglePrincess: Jana, of course.
* %%* LadyLand: "Race for Life"



* NatureHero: Jana.

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* %%* NatureHero: Jana.



* {{Non Human Sidekick}}s
* ProtagonistTitle

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* %%* {{Non Human Sidekick}}s
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The series was conceived in 1973. Development layout drawings, acquired by Van Eaton Galleries in January 2015, show Jana and Montaro peering through the jungle foliage.


''Jana of the Jungle'' was created by Doug Wildey, of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' fame, as part of ''TheGodzillaPowerHour''. Jana, voiced by Creator/BJWard, roams the rainforests of South America in search of her lost father. She is aided by Montaro and Dr. Ben Cooper, as well as two {{Non Human Sidekick}}s: Ghost the albino jaguar and Tiko the [[strike:coatimundi]] yapok. Jana's collar doubles as a sharp-edged throwable weapon which could—among other things—cut vines and [[AbsurdlySharpBlade bore holes through cave walls]]. Montaro wields the equally potent Staff of Power that can cause earthquake-like shockwaves when it strikes the ground.

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''Jana of the Jungle'' was created by Doug Wildey, of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuest'' fame, as part of ''TheGodzillaPowerHour''.''WesternAnimation/TheGodzillaPowerHour''. Jana, voiced by Creator/BJWard, roams the rainforests of South America in search of her lost father. She is aided by Montaro and Dr. Ben Cooper, as well as two {{Non Human Sidekick}}s: Ghost the albino jaguar and Tiko the [[strike:coatimundi]] yapok. Jana's collar doubles as a sharp-edged throwable weapon which could—among other things—cut vines and [[AbsurdlySharpBlade bore holes through cave walls]]. Montaro wields the equally potent Staff of Power that can cause earthquake-like shockwaves when it strikes the ground.


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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The series was conceived in 1973. Development layout drawings, acquired by Van Eaton Galleries in January 2015, show Jana and Montaro peering through the jungle foliage.


* XOfTheY: The series title.

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* XOfTheY: TheXOfY: The series title.


* NitroExpress: ''Jana of the Jungle'' had an oil well fire episode. The bits that weren't out of ''Film/TheWagesOfFear'' were out of ''Film/RoosterCogburn'' (with modifications; this is a kids' show, so no one gets so much as a nasty boo-boo).

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* NitroExpress: ''Jana of the Jungle'' The series had an oil well fire episode. The bits that weren't out of ''Film/TheWagesOfFear'' were out of ''Film/RoosterCogburn'' (with modifications; this is a kids' show, so no one gets so much as a nasty boo-boo).


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* XOfTheY: The series title.


* DoesNotWearShoes: Jana is always barefoot.

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* DoesNotWearShoes: DoesNotWearShoes[=/=]EarthyBarefootCharacter: Jana is always barefoot.


* FilmFelons: In "The Animal Snatchers", a gang of poachers tried to cover up their operation by posing as a documentary film crew. They later caught Jana in a snare, causing her to drop her collar, and abducted Ghost.



* LadyLand: "Race For Life"

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* LadyLand: "Race For for Life"

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