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Tarzan and the Great River(1967)

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  • Tarzan goes to the Amazon

    • jesse
    • 11/1/11

    producer Sy Weintruab as soon as Tarzan and the valley of gold finished shooting, moved the crew to Brazil, and the City of Rio De Janerio to film this film.Returning from the first Herny film were Manuel Padilla jr, Major the lion, Dinky the chimp, and of course Mike Henry, in the story Tarzan is once again called from Africa to help a friend, the jungle is being ove run by a Jaguar cult lead by the villian Barcona played by Olympic decathlon champion Rafer Johnson, alongthe way Tarzan brngs his lion major, and Dinky the chimp as Cheta, and travels on a rive boat with comedian Jan Murray, Manuel Padilla jr, and a lady jungle doctor they rescue.Notes about this film-Geat fight scene between Henry and Rafer Johnson, Major the lion broke lose during filming in Rio De Janerio and Henry ran afetr him and brought Major back before Major terriorized the public, in a very terrible turn the ditector ordered Henry to pick up a terrified Dinky the Chimp, Dinky was frightened by the jungle sounds of a real jungle, Henry refused, the director made Henry pick up the chimp, Dinky bit Henry on the jaw, Henry fell very ill from the bite, and poor Dinky by Brazilian law for attacking a human had to be put to sleep, in another scene Major who was very fond of Henry took a fight scene to serious and moved to protect Henry and bit a extra on the foot, however Major was not put down, the Tarzan films with Henry had caught the interest of NBC TV which bought Tarzan as a TV sereis, but trouble loomed Henry was still not to happy over the chimp bite, and after this film Sy Weintraub wanted another Tarzan film made before kicking of the TV sereis, more with Tarzan and the Jungle Boy.

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