- Format: NTSC
- Language: English
- Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.77:1
- Number of discs: 5
- ASIN: B00BH4196M
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By Donia L. Stubbs - Published on Amazon.com
These are movies I grew up with.
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By Leo Hott - Published on Amazon.com
This is a fine collection of "Tarzan" films, a must have for the devoted Tarzan fan. All 5 films are in color & all 5 films portray Tarzan as a articulate intelligent man, as Edgar Rice Burrough's wrote him. Ironicaly only 1 out of the 5 films are set in africa. Jock Mahoney starred in a Tarzan film set in Africa but he played Tarzan's advisary opposite Gordon Scott in Gordon's final Tarzan role. Jock Mahoney starts this collection off playing Tarzan in the jungles of India. Mahoney's second & last Tarzan role is set in the jungles of Thailand. After suffering through bouts of Dysentery,Dengue Fever & Pneumonia I think Jock was ready to pass the title role to Mike Henry. Our first glimpse of Mike Henry as the new Tarzan shows him looking very much like James Bond in a dapper suit, the next scene has him dressed in fashionable street cloths of the day, it is only when Mike Henry's "Tarzan is ready to start his adventure do we see him in the classic Tarzan garb reveling a very athletic physique & looking very much like we would expect Tarzan to look. Mike Henry's first role as Tarzan is in the jungles of Central America with Mayan temples as the back drop in "Tarzan & the Valley of Gold".Mike's second film and the fourth film of this collection has Tarzan In the jungles of the Amazon. Finally Tarzan returns to the jungles of africa in Mike Henry's final role as Tarzan & the final film in this collection. The final film has Tarzan looking for a jungle boy who's father dies when he is a toddler leaving him to grow up wild in the heart of Africa, sound familar? Just like Jock Mahoney, Mike Henry suffered more starring in Tarzan movie's than he did in his pro football career contracting food poisening,Infections, Injury's and even having his face mauled by a chimp!!!Gordon Scott's work as Tarzan is wonderfull to watch as he starts speaking broken english but by his final film is portraying Tarzan as being smart and well spoken, something Johnny Weissmuller was not allowed to do. This collection keeps Gordon Scott's efforts alive bringing a entelligent Tarzan to the big screen, thanks Jock & Mike! If i'm not mistaken it would take hollywood 12 years to bring Tarzan back to the big screen after Mike Henry's last film. 1981 would see Tarzan back on the big screen as a origins tale. 1983 would see Tarzan back on the big screen again as a origins tale this one being the closest to Edger Rice Burrough's Tarzan ever to hit the big screen. But this collection represents the last of Tarzan as a franchised movie machine pumping out movies every year or so like James Bond or Batman.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
By C. Reusch - Published on Amazon.com
I crew up watching Tarzan movies every Saturday afternoon. These disks are so much cleaner that copied DVD's of Copied VHS's of broadcast movies. Jock Mahoney would have been a better tarzan if he had not been sick during production. I was not a great fan of Mike Henry, he did look the part.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Retro-Warrior - Published on Amazon.com
This set is highly recommended as a collector's item if you love the genre! The extras are captivating and the set was perfect in providing the family a full week of entertainment!
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