Tarzan and Jane are sailing for France in answer to a call for help from Countess de Coude who is being persecuted by her brother Rokoff. After a duel with the Countess' jealous husband, Tarzan goes to Africa and arrives in time to save Jane (who has since been shipwrecked with Rokoff) from a lion.
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The man who once glided over polished floors in the most sophisticated and luxurious of ball-rooms now sat in a tree in the African jungle, his brother, a giant ape, squatting by his side. (Print Ad-Ludington Daily News, ((Ludington, Mich.)) 23 March 1921)
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Did You Know?
'The Return of Tarzan' is NOT a working title. It IS an original release title. "Goldwyn Changes Title of Tarzan Picture Because of its greater strength and exploitation possibilities Goldwyn Pictures Corporation executives have decided to change the title of Edgar Rice Burroughs' motion picture thriller from 'The Return of Tarzan' to 'The Revenge of Tarzan.' The original title is that of the book, and was used when the film ran four weeks at the Broadway theatre, New York." (Motion Picture News -July 24, 1920) See more
Originally released as a 9-reeler, the film was later trimmed to 7 reels. See more