Tarzan and the Amazons

Synopsis: Tarzan and Boy joyfully welcome Jane back to Africa from her stay in London. On the same boat with her is Sir Guy Henderson, an archaeologist who is on an expedition to find the lost city of Amazon women. Not everyone in the expedition is there for its scientific value and some are simply in search of gold. Tarzan knows where the city is located but is a friend of the Amazons and refuses to share that with anyone. Boy, who secretly followed Tarzan during his last visit to the city, naively shows them the way leading to an inevitable clash. Tarzan comes to the rescue.
Genre: Action, Adventure
Director(s): Kurt Neumann
Production: Warner Home Video
 
IMDB:
6.8
APPROVED
Year:
1945
76 min
7 Views

on your way, Tarzan.

It was fortunate indeed...

...that it was Tarzan who found you...

...for he has known

the secret of our hidden land...

...and kept it well.

You know, Tarzan, if I had a boy...

...l'd want him to know

everything I know.

Tarzan doesn't want to hear

any more about Palmyria.

- But, Tarzan, l...

- Boy talk too much.

Boy forget about Palmyria.

What's it say, Splivens?

That there steamer from England

docked at Saxford 11 a.m.

Looks like a bit of alright, Mr. Ballister,

don't it?

You know, there might be some whiskey

on board.

And there's a party of five coming

on the dinghy.

- Who are they?

- Archaeologists, I think.

Archaeologists?

- I'll settle for the whiskey.

- Yes, sir.

What do they think they'll find

in this hellhole?

If there was anything to be exploited here,

I'd have done it years ago.

That's right, if there was

anything to be exploited around here...

...you would have done it years ago.

Come back here with that mirror.

Cheeta.

Give it to me.

Shame on you, always stealing things.

Hello, Tarzan.

- Thanks.

- Ship come in yet?

Dinghy's bringing

the passengers up the river now.

Good. Cheeta stay here.

Boy and Tarzan go meet Jane.

Come, Boy.

One more bend and you'll see Randini.

Glad to be home, Jane, aren't you?

Is this all the speed you can get out of

this ocean greyhound?

She's old, ma'am.

She wants to take it easy.

I only hope they got word to Tarzan

in time.

Tarzan.

Boy.

My, how you've grown.

Excuse me.

Tarzan, this is Sir Guy Henderson.

- Mr. Anders.

- Glad to know you.

Mr. Brenner.

Mr. Lateur.

And Mr. Basov.

I'm very glad to meet you, Tarzan.

Jane has told us so much about you

that I almost feel I know you.

Sir Guy was one of

my father's very best friends, Tarzan.

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Hans Jacoby

Hans Jacoby (1904–1963) was a German screenwriter and art director. Jacoby worked designing film sets during the Weimar Era, and from the late 1920s began contributing scripts as well. Jacoby was of Jewish background and was forced to go into exile when the Nazi Party took power in 1933. Jacoby settled in the United States for many years, working on the screenplays of a number of Hollywood productions. He returned to Germany in the mid-1950s, and worked in the West German film industry until his death. more…

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