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Tarzan does not appear until about halfway through the movie. See more »
The film features Asian elephants, not African elephants. See more »
Jane. Jane! Answer me, Jane!
Yeah! They're washing me just like a whore! Oh, no!
Jane, leave here! Let's just, leave here! Go to the - go to the clouds, Jane! Yes, go to the clouds!
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On the MGM logo the MGM lion's roar is replaced with Tarzan's yell. See more »
This is the best film the Derek couple has ever made and if you think this is a recommendation then you haven't seen any of the others. There are the usual ingredients: it is just as poorly acted as their other efforts, we can watch Bo disrobing or auditioning for wet T-shirt contests quite frequently, the story is just laughably idiotic, and the film takes itself much too seriously. And then: Orang Utans in Africa?
But it has a few things going for it. Bo looks great, the production values (sets, costumes, etc.) are quite good, and this greatly enhances its camp value. In a strange way it is actually quite funny, simply because it tries to be serious and fails so badly.
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