Tarzan 2

Synopsis: Set back when Tarzan was just a boy, this is the story of Tarzan's journey to self-discovery. When Tarzan begins to see that he is not like the other gorillas, his mother Kala assures him that these slight differences only make him stronger. But when these differences put Kala in danger, he decides everyone would be better off without him and runs away. He then finds himself in a dark desolate land called Dark Mountain where he meets a new friend who helps him discover that even though he does not possess the talents of an ape, he has his own unique set of jungle skills that make him even more amazing than any other creature so that he can finally see who he truly is.
Director(s): Brian Smith
Production: Disney Toon Studios
  3 wins & 10 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
72 min


- Tarzan!

- Mom!





Where is everybody?

Mom, where are you?

I'm sorry, Kala.

He was there.

I almost had him.

And then he was... No.

There is nothing

you could have done.

I would have done anything.

I would have given my life for his.

Poor Kala. It was horrible.

He almost got her killed too.

I hate to say it, but she's

probably better off without him.

I think we all are.

Can someone tell me

where I belong

Where I should go?

Can someone show me

where I'm going wrong?

I need to know

Why do I hurt the ones I love

With everything I do?

If I can't be what they want of me

Then what am I to do?

- I can't go home

- I can't go home

- Oh, this much I know

- This much I know

It might be better

if I just disappear


- I've got to find my way

- Got to find my way

And I will survive some way

I will survive some way

If only there was a place

where I could be

Just me

If only there was a place

where I could be

Just me


- Huh?

- Look what I got. It's a little bird.

- But I'm not a bird.

- Kago, look what I got.

- A little bird.

- Huh?


Can't you see I was

enjoying myself? I ought to...

- Wait a second.

- Hey!

- Uto, that's not a bird.

- So not.

It hasn't got any feathers,

banana brain.

Is too, and I can prove it.

We'll throw it off a cliff

and when it flies,

then you'll be the banana brain.

Don't poke me.

Don't poke me!

Don't poke me! Don't poke me!

Stop! Stop!

Stop laughing!

I like it when my brother

gets hiccups.

It's hilarious.

That's it.

I'm taking you down.


- Hi, Ma.

- Hello, Mother.

My darling boys,

my little treasures,

what has Mama Gunda

told you about fighting?

- But he was poking me.

- He was calling me banana brain.


Fighting each other

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Jim Kammerud

Jim Kammerud (born 1960) is an American director, writer, producer and animator, best known for his work with the Walt Disney Company. Kammerud attended the Ohio State University in the mid-1980s. There he developed his cartooning style by working as an editorial cartoonist, as well as creating the comic strip "It's Working", for The Lantern, the University's student newspaper. Also on staff at The Lantern at the time was Jeff Smith, later known for the comic book Bone. After college, while still living in Columbus, Ohio, Kammerud and Smith formed the Character Builders animation studio. There, Kammerud began working on Rover Dangerfield and worked as an animator and storyboard artist for Bébé's Kids as well as Space Jam. He became involved with Disney as sequence director for the additional animation in Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World and later joined to direct and design the new characters in The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea. His next film as director was 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure, when he also worked on part of the screenplay. His second film where he worked on the screenplay was Tarzan II, in addition to producing the film, and his most recent project, The Fox and the Hound 2 is his first film without co-direction from Brian Smith. He also worked on The Aristocats II, which has since been shelved after the decision to drastically reduce the number of direct-to-video sequels made by Disney. He has also done storyboards for many non-Disney animated films with Toronto-based animation/animatic studio House of Cool, including Gnomeo & Juliet, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Escape from Planet Earth, Epic, The Nut Job and Rio 2. In 2009, Kammerud was featured in The Cartoonist, a documentary film on the life and work of Jeff Smith, creator of Bone. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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