Tarzan and the Great River

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"America's Hero"
  • G
  • 1967
  • 1 hr 28 min
  • 5.3  (430)

Tarzan and the Great River is a 1967 adventure film directed by Robert Day and starring Mike Henry as Tarzan, Jan Murray, Manuel Padilla Jr., and Diana Millay. The movie follows Tarzan as he travels on a perilous journey along a river to save a young boy from a tribe of hostile warriors. The film opens with Tarzan rescuing a group of hunters who are attacked by a fierce crocodile. Afterwards, Tarzan learns that a young boy, Ramel, has been kidnapped by a group of hostiles. Ramel is the son of a tribe leader and Tarzan decides to embark on a dangerous journey along a treacherous river to rescue the boy.

The journey takes them through dense jungle, sharp rocks, and dangerous rapids. They encounter numerous hazards along the river including man-eating crocodiles, deadly venomous snakes, and fierce hippopotamuses. Tarzan also encounters a group of friendly villagers who help him and his companions search for the kidnapped boy.

As they travel further along the river, they encounter a rival tribe of warriors who are also in search of Ramel. The two tribes are at war, and the warriors from both tribes fight fiercely to capture Ramel. Tarzan finds himself caught in the middle of the conflict and must use all his strength and resourcefulness to protect Ramel and his companions.

The group also meets a young woman named Futa who is fleeing from an arranged marriage with a brutal warlord. Tarzan saves her from being captured and they develop a close bond. While Futa initially resists Tarzan's attempts to protect her, she slowly warms up to him and eventually helps him in his mission.

As they inch closer to their destination, they encounter an even greater danger in the form of a waterfall that threatens to drown them all. Tarzan must use his incredible strength and determination to navigate the dangerous waters and save his friends.

The movie culminates in a dramatic confrontation between Tarzan and the rival tribe's leader who has Ramel and is determined to use him as a bargaining chip to win the war. Tarzan must face the tribe leader and his warriors in a brutal battle to save the young boy.

Overall, Tarzan and the Great River is a classic adventure film that showcases the strength and resourcefulness of Tarzan as he confronts danger and saves his friends. The stunning scenery, intense action scenes, and strong performances by the cast make it a thrilling ride from start to finish.

Tarzan and the Great River is a 1967 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 28 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.3.

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    1 hr 28 min
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    5.3  (430)