Tarzan and His Mate

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Tarzan and His Mate is a 1934 film in which the idyllic life of Tarzan and Jane is challenged by men on safari who come seeking ivory, and come seeking Jane as well.

Directed by Cedric Gibbons. Written by James Kevin McGuiness, based on the characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Johnny Weismuller is back again!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Beamish: I wouldn't trust meself in that jungle if it was me, sir.
Harry Holt: Well, I will.

Jane Parker: You want me to go back, don't you?
Harry Holt: You must go back, Jane.
Jane Parker: Why?
Harry Holt: You can't stay here. Supposing anything happened to him. You couldn't live.
Jane Parker: I don't think I'd want to.
Harry Holt: That's nonsense. Suppose he were to die.
Jane Parker: Why should he?
Harry Holt: Anything can happen in this place, Jane. Where would you be then?
Jane Parker: Where would he be if I went back?
Harry Holt: Well... well, let him come along, too.
Jane Parker: Tarzan over there? Then he would die.

Tarzan: Always gone.
Jane Parker: No dear, always is just beginning, for you and me.

Taglines[edit]

  • Johnny Weismuller is back again!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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