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Tarzan and the Huntress(1947)

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  • One of the Best RKO Tarzans

    • dave
    • 11/19/11

    Johnny Weissmuller's next to last Tarzan is an entertaining actioner. The tried and true plot of greedy hunters usurping Tarzan's paradise is always surefire.Johnny was still in great shape although not as finely toned as in the previous year's Tarzan and the Leopard Woman. The film is a bit tamer than Leopard Woman but still fun to watch.Lovely Brenda Joyce never looked better, sporting a sexy two piece outfit in some scenes. Johnny Sheffield had grown to almost Weissmuller's height and was solidly built himself. Patricia Morrison and Barton MacLane are competant villains but not as savage as Tarzan's foes in Leopard Woman. The film ends with a spectacular elephant stampede. This is a good one for Tarzan fans.

  • Boy's last film

    • jesse
    • 6/16/11

    Johhny Sheffield had played Boy from 1939 till 1947 (from age 8 to 16), he was part of one of films most popular film familes, but producer Sol Lesser (a producer many fans hold accountable for turning Tarzan into a b film character) thought Boy was now to big for the role, Sheffield moved onto to play Bomba The Jungle Boy in 12 films, the character based on the popular novels by Roy Rockwood. Sheffiled would last appear in a TV pilot for Bantu the Zebra Boy. Sheffiled left films after that, like his film father Weissmuller he was type cast into the hollywood jungles. The father son relationship would continue life long for both Sheffiled, and Weissmuller, Sheiffiled would state that"Big John " was his second father.

  • A really good movie! *****

    • John Simms
    • 6/1/11

    This is a really good and well made movie! Check it out if you ever get the chance. But see the long unedited version. As a smaller version won't do it justice. Some people may like Cat on a hot tin roof. And some people may like Citizen Cain. But this is the stuff I like. Both kids and adults can enjoy it. It has some funny moments in it. Especially the ending. It's hard to beat a Johnny Weissmuller Tarzan movie.

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