Tarzan Collection with Gordon Scott (Tarzan's Hidden Jungle (1955) / Tarzan And The Lost Safari (1957) / Tarzan And The Trappers (1958) / Tarzan's Fight For Life (1957) / Tarzan's Greatest Adventure (1959) / Tarzan The Magnificent (1960)) (6-Disc)
TARZAN'S HIDDEN JUNGLE (1955) Gordon Scott makes his debut as Tarzan takes on a team of hunters posing as a film crew.
TARZAN AND THE LOST SAFARI (1957) Tarzan's first color film sees him helping stranded high-society travelers.
TARZAN AND THE TRAPPERS (1958) Tarzan takes on poachers and plunderers in this film culled together from three episodes of an intended TV series.
TARZAN'S FIGHT FOR LIFE (1957) Tarzan is captured by a witch doctor looking for the heart of a lion - or a jungle lord - for a tribal ceremony.
TARZAN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE (1959) Considered one of the best of all of Tarzan's film exploits, Greatest Adventure also features Sean Connery as the villain.
TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT (1960) Scott's final swing as Tarzan includes a climactic brawl with Jock Mahoney, the next actor to play Tarzan.
Alongside Johnny Weissmuller and Lex Barker, one of the most popular actors to portray Edgar Rice Burroughs's ]Tarzan, Lord of the Apes was Gordon Scott, who interpreted the character as intelligent and literate. Scott took most of his turns as Tarzan in the mid-late 1950s and early 1960s; six of those features appear here. Contents include: TARZAN'S HIDDEN JUNGLE, TARZAN AND THE LOST SAFARI, TARZAN AND THE TRAPPERS, TARZAN'S FIGHT FOR LIFE (1957), TARZAN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE (1959) and TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT (1960). TARZAN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE is perhaps most significant, as it features a young Sean Connery in one of his earliest roles.
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