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Tarzan & The Lost Safari [DVD] [1957] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Gordon Scott , Robert Beatty , H. Bruce Humberstone    DVD

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Gordon Scott Swings A Mean Vine! 1 Oct 2011
By docsavfan - Published on
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I was very exited to find that the color Tarzan films are finally available on home video. I saw this when I was a kid and have been waiting years to watch it again. Gordon Scott sure looks like Tarzan should, and the color and filming hold up quite well. The only drawback to thes films is the Weismuller like speech pattern for Tarzan and they can be a bit dated in social relevance. But the main bad guy is white and he uses the natives to work his evil plan for him, so boo on him! I think ERB might have liked this. Tarzan explains his origin briefly to the safari members he's leading, and he makes it sound so normal. I liked seeing it again and hope in time to buy the Jock Mahoney and Mike Henry films, also.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A fun adventure where Tarzan saves the day 11 Sep 2011
By Israel Drazin - Published on
This 1957 Tarzan film is the first Tarzan film that is in color since the series of Tarzan films began in 1932 with sound. It is the second film in which the body builder Gordon Scott plays Tarzan. The producers of the film take many opportunities to show Scott's developed body and muscles. They even have the women in the film admiring him.

An airplane crashes with two women and three men in the area where Tarzan lives. It is about to topple over a cliff and Tarzan saves all five people. The five also meet a white hunter who, unbeknownst to them, promised the natives of a cruel tribe that he would give them four of the survivors so that they can sacrifice them to their god. He wants to retain one of the women, who is married to one of the men, for himself. He also promises to deliver Tarzan in place of the woman. Tarzan suspects this hunter from the first time that they meet. Both the hunter and Tarzan say they will to take the survivors out of the jungle to civilization.

Viewers will enjoy watching to find out if the hunter is able to keep his promise to the natives in whole or in part, what Tarzan does, and who survives this adventure.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic TV movie Tarzan 8 Dec 2011
By Taizu - Published on
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This happens to be one of my favorite Tarzan movies starring Gordon Scott who looks the part. The plot is simple, about a small group of wealthy American tourists taking an airborne safari tour of the dark continent and who naturally experience the adventure of a lifetime when they crash and are lost in Opar country.
Gordon Scott has the looks and physique described by Edgar Rice Burroughs in his Tarzan novels and the filmakers have made an attempt to refer to the books more. Here Tarzan speaks pretty good English and we get to see Opar tribesmen which is based on an ancient African mountain tribe who practice human sacrifice from the classic novels.
I've only given this 4 stars outta 5 coz the dvd release is alittle crap.

A. It doesn't play so well in either of my 3 dvd players. In fact it refuses to play in one of them at all!!!
B. it has NO special features, No Subtitles and NO scene selection.

Hope Warner will release a better set of Tarzan dvds in the near future like the Johnny Weissmuller boxed set releases which were better quality and play very well on all my dvd players.

Plus am begging Warner or whoever has the filmrights to please release the classic 1960s Ron Ely Tarzan TV series on dvd fully restored and upgraded with English subtitles to those with hard of hearing like my dad who grew up on the Gordon Scott and Ron Ely classic movie and Tv Series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nostalgia all the way! 25 Sep 2013
By Karen Braun - Published on
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Great movie as a kid and just as good 50+ years later. A definite recommendation from this end. A great DVD.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tarzan and the Lost Safari 6 May 2013
By R. B. Benedictson - Published on
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WOW, the first color entry of Tarzan. This was a veery well produced movie and with color it is great to watch Tarzan swinging through the trees. They should have used color a long time ago.
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