Lloyd Wilson, trusted employee of an investment firm, is suspected of theft when $20,000 in security bonds is stolen from his office. Tarzan, the Famous Police Dog, has an intuitive dislike... See full summary »
Lloyd Wilson, trusted employee of an investment firm, is suspected of theft when $20,000 in security bonds is stolen from his office. Tarzan, the Famous Police Dog, has an intuitive dislike of an apparently respectable citizen, and this leads Wilson and the police to the gang headquarters. Tarzan wins a public citation for his leading part in breaking the case against a desperate gang of criminals. Written by
Les Adams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You've got to marvel at a film that has the chutzpah to reveal it's ending at the beginning of the film. But there it is, Tarzan the dog, his handler, and the handler's girlfriend at the police station telling the policeman about their latest adventure and how they captured the bad guys. Knowing this of course, reveals that all the good guys win.
A banker gets robbed by a scheming underworld type and his partners. As a matter of fact, the two main bad guys look so much Alike, I was wondering why the banker didn't recognize his attacker right away when he came back to check on how he was doing. I then realized, OH, it was the OTHER bad guy who did it. Fortunately for us, Tarzan The Wonder Dog smells a crook from a mile away! He even backs away from the bad guy, even before they do anything! He can fight them tooth and nail! Especially when they provide a handy arm to chew on! Worth noting is the totally unnecessary steeple chases between bathing suit women riding on men's backs.
Oh, and there's fight scenes! All I can say is.. Poor Tarzan!
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