Tarzan returns to Africa to defend his jungle from both human and supernatural foes alike with a little help from his friends, including in one episode Carson Napier of Venus, who's also authored by Tarzan's creator Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Tarzan goes to New York to rescue the chimp Cheetah, who has been captured by an evil animal experimenter. There, he teams up with Jane, a cab driver and daughter of an ex-cop private eye, who help Tarzan free Cheetah and his friends.
In 1965, in Northern Spain, a dam will be built to bring progress to the location of Desbaria and the town of Marienbad is near to be completely flooded. Two boys, Teo and Luis, cross the ... See full summary »
Marine biologist Skylar Shane hires an expat charter boat captain, Jack Bowman, to help her find prehistoric life form samples in the north Sumatran Sea. During the expedition, they run ... See full summary »
A reporter investigating the bizarre death of a woman who leaped from a building in flames finds herself mixed up in a cult of witches who are making her part of their sacrificial ceremony during the Christmas season.
The plot follows the novel more closely than does any other Tarzan movie. John and Alice Clayton take ship for Africa. Mutineers maroon them. After his parents die the newborn Tarzan is ... See full summary »
Animated version of Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic story about a spirited young man raised by the animals in the jungle who makes his first contact with other humans when a young woman named Jane arrives in the jungle years later.
Dr. Caine, the murdering dentist from the original movie, has escaped from the mental hospital where he has been since being caught. Hoping to resume a normal life, he makes his way to a ... See full summary »
This Tarzan series may be considered as one part Edgar Rice Burroughs adoration, one part Robin of Sherwood pseudo-mysticism, and one part Joe Lara fulfilling his dream. Filmed in the Sun City South Africa resort with almost religious fidelity (where possible) to the Burroughs' books and elaborate use of special effects, this should have been an utterly excellent series. But something was just slightly out of whack. Was it Lara? Was it the effects? Was it let down by the quality of the acting? A genuine Tarzan despite the sci-fi flavour that should have worked and did to a point, but not enough to attract financial backing for a longer series. Sad.
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