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
76 min



I knew where I'd find you.

Couldn't you hear me calling you?

Come on, Tarzan's waiting.

We don't have much time left.

All right, if you don't come right away,

we'll leave you behind.

- Are we ready to leave, Tarzan?

- Leave soon.

- That's what you said before.

- Tarzan still say "ready soon."

Maybe Jane will be in Randini

before we get there.

Boy glad Jane come home?

I can hardly wait to see her again.

Tarzan feel just like Boy.

But Tarzan work, not talk.

I worked too.

I cleaned up the house

as you told me to.

And I watered the garden.

I even put flowers in all the rooms...

...the way Jane likes.

- Boy sweep floor?

Oh, I forgot that.

Well, do it right away.

Hurry, leave soon.

We're leaving now, Cheeta.

All right then, when Jane asks for you...

...l'll tell her you'd rather stay and fish

than go and meet her.

So long, Buli.



All right then, how big was he this time?

I don't know why, Cheeta,

but since you've taken up fishing...

...you've become an awful liar.

Hey, cut it out, Cheeta.

Boy look mad.

Can't a fellow think when he wants to

without being interrupted?

Boy think too much.

Forget to laugh.

What Boy think so much about?

Oh, everything.

Everything Jane wrote about in her letters.

Tall buildings.

Trees taller.

Buses and streetcars that take you

anywhere you want to go.

Buses never come.

Streetcars always late.

People get mad.

I guess it will take Jane months

to tell us...

...all about the wonderful things

she's seen.

There they go, Tarzan.

Geese are flying to lake

where river starts.

You've never taken me hunting there.

Boy big enough now.

After Jane come back,

Tarzan and Boy go hunting.

Did you hear that, Cheeta?

I got the leader.

Beginners always lucky.

Supposing they've flown away by the time

we get back from Randini?

Geese not in hurry like Boy.

- Is she dead?

- Girl be all right.

Where does she come from?

From behind mountains.

Tarzan, you never told me

anybody lived there.

Girl not frightened, Tarzan friend.

Panther dead. Others gone.

Cheeta, give bracelet back to Girl.

Why Girl leave Palmyria?

Girl go back to people now.

Ankle hurt?

Tarzan take Girl back.

Oh, no, you mustn't.

Boy and Cheeta wait at raft.

- Can't we come with you, Tarzan?

- No.

- But Tarzan...

- Boy and Cheeta wait at raft.

Tarzan back soon.

I wonder why Tarzan never told us

about Palmyria.

Come on, Cheeta.

Look, Cheeta, there's Tarzan.

And I thought I'd seen everything.

No, Cheeta, we'd better get back

to the raft.

Throughout the history of our land,

our Sun God...

...strangers centering their domain...

...have ever sought to despoil

Palmyrial treasures...

...we dedicate to thy glory.

For the protection of us, thy servants...

...thou hast ordained...

...that all such intruders shall forfeit

their lives.

Grant me the strength...

...to carry out...

...this, thy sacred decree.

So Athena has taken it upon herself...

...to defy the wishes of the Sun God.

Forgive me, my queen, I meant no harm.

I grew restless to find out what lay

beyond the mountains.

So restless that you forgot...

...that no one is allowed to leave

or enter our sacred domain?

Please spare this man's life.

He saved mine.

- I pleaded with him not to come but...

- You need not plead for Tarzan.

He is our friend.

Nor should you seek pardon from me...

...but rather beg forgiveness

from the sacred Sun...

...the Snake and the ever-living tree...

...for placing the safety of Palmyria

in jeopardy.

Queen make wise laws.

Girl will obey.

May the great Sun God protect you

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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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