Image shows several African American youth hanging out around the stairs leading up to the back entrance of a segregated movie theater showing the Tarzan film, Call of the Savage, in Anniston, Alabama,
arzan's New York Adventure is a 1942 film, the sixth Tarzan film to feature actors Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan. This film was the sixth and final film in MGM's Tarzan series and was the studio's last Tarzan film until their 1958 release,
TARZAN AND HIS MATE - Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) is prepared to defend his mate (Maureen O’Sullivan) - Based on characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs - Directed by Cedric Williams - MGM - Insert Movie Poster.
Tarzan the Ape Man (1932) Starring Johnny Weissmuller, and Maureen O'Sullivan | Classic Movie Treasures The first sound Tarzan film, and one of the best renditions of Edgar Rice Burrough’s classic jungle tales. An expedition searching for elephant ivory treasures in a graveyard is met in the wilds of Africa by ape man of the jungle, Tarzan, Click to see where you can stream online or download for later. #ClassicMovies #OldHollywood #movies #ClassicMovieList #ClassicMoviesToWatch #1932
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J Fred Muggs, seen in his younger days, between takes on a Tarzan film. The girl played an “African” native. These films got flak even in the 1930s for their portrayals of black folk. Since the Tarzan flicks were shot in Hawaii and Burbank, the “natives” were Asian, not usually “African.” J Fred lived to an old age in Hollywood, much as any old-timer. He preferred the company of humans. He sat by the pool, smoking cigars as an “old guy.”