Tarzan-X Shame Of Jane


Sir Arthur Hemmings.

Do you know what that means?

You are son of English nobleman.

You are named parentage.

This is mine! Belongs to Tarzan.

Yes, yours. - My.

In the box there were documents which

prove who you are. They are very important.

Belong to Tarzan. Tarzan!

Yes, it's you, Tarzan.

In fact, your reflection.

Your reflection.

See? What I am.

It is a mirror.

Tarzan? - Yes. You can see

only your nose ... Thus!

Not ... to you.

Shaved off his beard.

My beard?

These beard? - No!

No beard. Beautiful skin.


Bravo, Tarzan!

Done. - No more chin.

Take us to the lost city.

Pay you this. Can we go?

Did you like it, Jane?

- No, I am.

Susan. What are you doing here? - I think?

Why did you come?

- We need to talk.

It is hard to find her.

- What you (??mui)?

I have to admit something.

I do not like to make friend with women.

Pelt. - Do you like?

You're wonderful tonight. - Thank you.

I am glad that you came tonight.

And me.

I love it.

I would meet him.

John Hemmings, ape-man

who saved my life.

I am grateful to you.

You did a wonderful thing.


But the day was excellent.

Professor Hugh, how are you?

Jane, glad to see you

again. - Thank you.

It is nice to you again

with us. - Z State, Jane.

This is wonderful.

- Z State, Jane. Welcome.

Meggy. - Hi, Jane.

So, are you the son of

Arthur Hemmings?

You must be patient with John.

He spent 20 years in the jungle.

So says poor.

A pup (anh chang) is

grateful savages, isn't he?

He is not savage.

His father was nobleman.

You do not have the right to angry.

I think that Jane fell in love.

You probably

fell in love with him, didn't you?

Stop it, George. You're funny.

Come on, John.

Row away and in the room.

Handsome, is not he?

- But he's savage!

So what? - I am a primitive woman.

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