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Tarzan's New York Adventure(1942)

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  • Tarzan's New York Adventure

    • Dashiell barnes
    • 8/3/12

    The sixth & last "Tarzan" film made at MGM. Weissmuller & O'Sullivan are still the same characters from the first film & don't change as characters throughout the series, but "Cheetah" the chimpanzee is energetic & fun. It's interesting to see the characters interact in a modern setting, but the story is implausible & abstract. The least effective film in the "Tarzan" films is a mildly entertaining film. I give it a 2.5/5.

  • Last of the MGM Weissmuller Tarzan series.

    • jesse
    • 5/5/11

    This film marked the last of the Weissmuller MGM Tarzan series, the Tarzan series then went to RKO with Weissmuller, Sheffield, Cheta went with the series, but O'Sullivan dropped out.This film sparked many copies including Crocodile Dundee, and a very bad TV Tarzan film in the 1980's Tarzan in Manhatten, then later a terrible TV series with Jane as a cop.The part I like best in this film, is when Tarzan uses his jungle skills to defeat all who stand in his way to rescue his kidnapped son, the film was not as popular as the other Tarzan films, due to not being just in the jungle, and WWII and other problems in the real world were about to, or were happening.

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