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Tarzan the Magnificent (1960) Poster

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Jock Mahoney plays evil Coy Banton to Gordon Scott's Tarzan. Mahoney took over the Tarzan role in Tarzan Goes to India (1962).
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First Tarzan movie with sound that didn't feature the ape-call. Despite protests from fans, the producers decided it had been ridiculed too often to remain effective.
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Anthony Quayle was offered a role in this project.
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Lionel Jeffries lost a role in another big US film because this went over schedule.
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When the Banton gang invades the Mantu store looking for their brother, in the far corner there is a large box containing Quaker Puffed Wheat and showing a giant rocket offer.
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This movie, released in 1961, contains a good example of the Stockholm Syndrome; however, the term was not coined until 1973.
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Two actors made a second appearance in a Gordon Scott Tarzan movie. Betta St. John (Fay Ames) was in Tarzan and the Lost Safari and Al Mulock (Martin Banton) was in Tarzan's Greatest Adventure.
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Dance scenes under the credits (looped twice) and repeated to celebrate the birth of the chief's baby are lifted from Tarzan and the Lost Safari. The nightime mountain-top scenery does not match the daytime savannah location. Also the empty crucifixes to restrain the lost safari survivors are plainly visible on a ridge behind the onlookers.
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