Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle

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Tarzoon: Shame of the Jungle is a 1975 French/Belgian adult animated pornographic parody film of the 1932 film Tarzan the Ape Man directed by cartoonist Picha and Boris Szulzinger. The film was the first foreign-animated film to receive both an X rating and wide distribution in the United States.

Directed by Picha and Boris Szulzinger. Produced by Boris Szulzinger. Written by Pierre Bartier and Picha (French-dubbed version), Anne Beatts and Michael O'Donoghue (English-dubbed version).
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  • [[1]]... where the web of life is spun from cheaper thread! Africa... where elephants have a graveyard and men are left to rot where they fall! Africa... where pestilence, carnage, and rapine are not disasters but a way of life! Africa... dark flame that lures the ruthless human moths who lust for easy riches! Africa... home of the fierce t'ungala warriors who have no word for "mercy"... or "wheel" or "calendar" or "disinfectant" or "light bulb", "printing press", "steam engine", "fork", "can opener", "telescope", "toilet paper", slow down, you're rolling it too fast! I can't read it if you roll it so fast! That's better. It is written that a wise man was once asked "What are the four principle products of Africa?" and, without hesitation he replied, "Gold, ivory, diamonds, and blood!"



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