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Tarzan Goes to India

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One of a seemingly endless production of Tarzan movies -- still going strong decades later-- this tale by director and co-scripter John Guillermin places the hero in India. Tarzan Jock Mahoney is still physically musclebound, but his speech and attitude reflect more of his noble British origins than ape-man behavior. He is called to India to help save the many elephants that are endangered by the opening up of a new reservoir. The reservoir will flood the elephants' home territory, drowning them all. Tarzan not ...
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Overview

One of a seemingly endless production of Tarzan movies -- still going strong decades later-- this tale by director and co-scripter John Guillermin places the hero in India. Tarzan Jock Mahoney is still physically musclebound, but his speech and attitude reflect more of his noble British origins than ape-man behavior. He is called to India to help save the many elephants that are endangered by the opening up of a new reservoir. The reservoir will flood the elephants' home territory, drowning them all. Tarzan not only has to do battle with recalcitrant businessmen interested only in the bottom line, he has to handle recalcitrant elephants as well.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/20/2010
  • UPC: 883316242582
  • Original Release: 1962
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Time: 1:27:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 50,477

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jock Mahoney Tarzan
Leo Gordon Bryce
Mark Dana O'Hara
Feroz Khan Ragu Kuma
Simi Princess Kamara
Murad Maharajah
Jagdish Raaj Raaj
Aaron Joseph Driver
Abas Khan Pilot
Pehelwan Ameer Mooty
K.S. Tripathi Conservation officer
Denis Bastian Servant
Peter Cooke Foreman
Elephant: Gajendra Itself
Simi Jai Jai, the Elephant Boy
Rajendra Presade Dutt
G. Raghaven Chakra
Technical Credits
John Guillermin Director, Screenwriter
Robert Hardy Andrews Screenwriter
Paul Beeson Cinematographer
Max Benedict Editor
Stuart Freeborn Makeup
Kenneth V. Jones Score Composer
George Provis Art Director
Ravi Shankar Score Composer
Shankar/Jaikishan Score Composer
Sy Weintraub Producer
Roy Whybrow Special Effects
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