The Tarzan story from Jane's point of view. Jane Parker visits her father in Africa where she joins him on an expedition. A couple of brief encounters with Tarzan establish a (sexual) bond ... See full summary »
An insurance company, led by a wealthy English family, organized an expedition to Africa to find a lost heiress who has been raised in the wild as Gungala and one of the explorers falls in love with her.
As a small boy Johnny saw his father killed by soldiers. Years later he has grown up to be an outlaw and is killing soldiers whenever he can. Lieutenant Garringo (Steffen) is sent out to arrest Johnny (Lawrence) and bring him back alive.
Rafael Romero Marchent
Peter Lee Lawrence,
This movie didn't turn out what it was meant to be from the beginning. Steve Hawkes and Kitty Swan were badly burnt in a fire accident during the shooting, and due to this the movie didn't feature as much of Steve Hawkes and Kitty Swan as you'd wish. Not near as good as it's prequel "King of the jungle", but still a very nice adventure movie with lots of nice locations and photography. Peter Lee Lawrence also did a very fine effort to this movie - and this movie is the 2nd best of the Spanish/ Italian Tarzans out there.
The Steve Hawkes (the best and most unique Tarzan in the movies in my opinion) Tarzan movies deserves deluxe DVD treatment! They are very rare at the moment, and if you get the chance to watch them - do it! Andreas, Sweden
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