Tarzan & the Trappers/Tarzan the Fearless

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Two vintage adventure dramas featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous ape-man -- Tarzan and the Trappers, starring Gordon Scott, and Tarzan the Fearless featuring Buster Crabbe -- are combined on one disc for this release. Both films have been transferred to DVD in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1 and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The dialogue is in English, with no multiple-language options or bonus features included on this release.
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Overview

Two vintage adventure dramas featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous ape-man -- Tarzan and the Trappers, starring Gordon Scott, and Tarzan the Fearless featuring Buster Crabbe -- are combined on one disc for this release. Both films have been transferred to DVD in the full-frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1 and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The dialogue is in English, with no multiple-language options or bonus features included on this release.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/27/2000
  • UPC: 018111205191
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  • Source: Delta
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Language: English
  • Time: 2:15:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Side #1--
0. Chapter Index
1. Opening Credits [3:40]
2. Chita Saves Jane [3:11]
3. Trapped Animals [2:31]
4. Hunting the Elephants [6:15]
5. Chita in Trouble [3:11]
6. Schroeder Takes Chita & the Boy [3:25]
7. Tarzan Calls for Help [2:51]
8. Arresting Schroeder and Rene [1:47]
9. Chita and the Bees [2:08]
10. Tarzan Goes to Meet Lapin [1:16]
11. Crocodiles Attack Tarzan [:14]
12. Sikes Is Back for Revenge [4:56]
13. Tarzan Meets Lapin and Sikes [3:18]
14. Preparation for the War [7:47]
15. A Surprise for Hunters [5:16]
16. Hunters Take Hostage [3:08]
17. Tarzan Is Captured [4:29]
18. A Trap for Trappers [1:19]
19. The Lost City [3:40]
20. Lapin and His Treasure [3:46]
21. End Credits [:55]
0. Chapter Index
1. Opening Credits [3:07]
2. Hunters [:49]
3. Battle With the Lion [1:33]
4. Mary in Search of Father [6:46]
5. Crocodile's Attack [3:02]
6. A Note From Father [6:32]
7. Another Victory for Tarzan [1:08]
8. Prize for Tarzan's Death [1:37]
9. Mary Finds Her Dad's Cabin [2:38]
10. Struggle for the Map [:57]
11. Tarzan Comes for Help [4:27]
12. Kidnapping Mary [2:50]
13. Saving Mary [2:40]
14. Back at Tarzan's [5:02]
15. Tarzan in Love [6:18]
16. Rescue [:48]
17. Escape [:38]
18. Stealing the Emerald [5:33]
19. Death Signal [5:47]
20. Tarzan in a Trap [2:53]
21. Help for Tarzan [5:19]
22. The Surrender [1:46]
23. Freedom [6:16]
24. In Search of Tarzan [6:17]
25. The Jungle Is Dancing [1:07]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Gordon Scott rocks, Buster Crabbe does not...

    Of the countless actors who have portrayed Tarzan since Elmo Lincoln first appeared in 1918¿s ¿Tarzan of the Apes,¿ Gordon Scott remains the best to ever don a loincloth. So it¿s no surprise that on this no-frills DVD double feature, ¿Tarzan and the Trappers¿ is the better picture. The 1958 film was actually intended to comprise the first three episodes of a television series, but instead was made into a better-than-average Sol Lesser production that runs 74 minutes. The film¿s story remains contemporary, with Tarzan forced to fight for his own life while stopping greedy traders from illegally trapping and removing wildlife from the jungle. In ¿Tarzan the Fearless,¿ 1932 Olympic gold medal-winning swimmer Larry ¿Buster¿ Crabbe¿ turns in a far less satisfying performance as the Lord of the Jungle. Stringing together four episodes of a 1933 serial to produce a thin 61-minute film, the story of Tarzan rescuing a scientist (E. Allyn Warren) and his beautiful daughter (Jacqueline Wells) from a series of dumb villains and cliché-riddled mishaps lacks the intensity of Edgar Rice Burroughs¿ original novels or Tarzan on-screen sagas from the 1950s and 60s. There are no real DVD extras; simply a menu with viewers able to select which movie they want to watch. However, with so few classic Tarzan flicks available on DVD, the title is worth seeking out for die-hard fans.

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