Tag Archive: Gordon Scott

Tarzan at the Movies: From Weissmuller to Disney

When Edgar Rice Burroughs first published Tarzan of the Apes back in 1912 film adaptations would have probably been the farthest thing from his mind, but one hundred years later movies are still being made about his most popular creation….
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Tarzan and the Trappers (1958) – Review

Tarzan and the Trappers is the result of producer Sol Lesser trying to get a Tarzan television series off the ground, but when all three networks turned it down he had the three pilots edited together as one 70 minute…
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Tarzan the Magnificent (1960) – Review

In this sequel to Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure, producer Sy Weintraub continues to make gritty character driven stories starring Tarzan that really capture much of the tone of the Burroughs books. Although this Tarzan doesn’t run into any lost cities, he is…
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The Many Faces of Tarzan

Tarzan of the Apes first appeared in 1912 in the pages of All-Story Magazine and told the story of a man raised by the great apes of Africa and his eventual meeting with Jane Porter the love of his life,…
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