Tarzan (1966–1968)
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Tarzan comes across a party of religious pilgrims who are being led by Rosanna McCloud to their "Promised Land". To not shatter their dreams, Mrs. McCloud does not inform her followers that... See full summary »

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Jai
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O'Keefe
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Tarzan comes across a party of religious pilgrims who are being led by Rosanna McCloud to their "Promised Land". To not shatter their dreams, Mrs. McCloud does not inform her followers that her husband, whom they regard as their Prophet, has just been killed, and she is unaware that the government trader who sold the group the land from a reclusive tribe had his own motives for doing so and never intended for the group to reach it. When Rosanna finally tells her group about the death of their leader, she and Tarzan also find that their money has been stolen. Written by rbecker28

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24 November 1967 (USA)  »

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Follows Tarzan's Jungle Rebellion (1967) See more »

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The Wild West Comes To Africa
10 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a very enjoyable two part episode that I see was later joined together and declared a movie. This is not to denigrate the program since it was well produced and acted but it is clear that it was a plot already used many times over in westerns of the 50's and earlier. The location, costumes, sets, and acting groups were transposed from the old west to Africa for "Tarzan" right down to the horses and wagons. You could close your eyes and see a Hollywood western. I love a good western.

I want to give a salute to one who was one of the most unappreciated actors in the business; Mr. William Marshall. He is another actor who I have enjoyed in everything he did. Good job and rest in peace Mr. Marshall.


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