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|Named Person:||Tarzan, (Fictitious character); Tarzan, (Fictitious character)|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sol Lesser; Edgar Rice Burroughs; Robert Hill; Buster Crabbe; Jacqueline Wells; Edward Woods; Philo McCullough; E Alyn Warren; Mischa Auer; Glenn Morris; Eleanor Holm; George Barbier; Hedda Hopper; D Ross Lederman; Wardour Films.; Principal Productions Inc.; Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation.
|Notes:||Tarzan's revenge based on a novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, originally produced as a motion picture in 1938. Tarzan the fearless originally produced as a motion picture in 1933 by Principal Productions Inc.
Bonus include episodes of "Undersea kingdom" and "Radar man from the Moon."
|Credits:||Tarzan the fearless: photography, Harry Neumann, Jos. Brotherton; editor, Carl Himm.
Tarzan's revenge: photography, George Meehan; musical score, Hugo Riesenfeld; editor, Eugene Milford.
|Performer(s):||Tarzan the fearless: Buster Crabbe, Jacqueline Wells, Eddie Woods, Philo McCullough, E. Allyn Warren, Mischa Auer, Matthew Betz, Frank Lackteen.
Tarzan's revenge: Glenn Morris, Eleanor Holm, George Barbier, C. Henry Gordon, Hedda Hopper.
|Description:||1 videodisc (180 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Series Title:||Locincoth collection, v. 1|
|Other Titles:||Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan's revenge.
Radar man from the Moon.
|Responsibility:||Wardour Films Ltd. presents ; Sol Lesser ; Principal Picture ; story by Edgar Rice Burroughs ; directed by Robert F. Hill. Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan's revenge / Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation presents ; directed by D. Ross Lederman ; screen play by Robert Lee Johnson and Jay Vann ; produced by Sol Lesser.|
Tarzan's revenge (70 min.): An American woman traveling to Africa with her parents and fiance to capture animals for zoos, catches the eye of a wealthy man who controls the tribes in the interior, and who makes plans to abduct her. It's up to Tarzan to save both the animals and the woman.