Tarzan Elmo Lincoln
Tarzan Elmo Lincoln 2
Tarzan Gene Pollar
Tarzan P Dempsey Tabler
Tarzan James Pierce
Tarzan Frank Merrill
Tarzan Frank Merrill 2
Johnny Weissmuller Site
Tarzan Buster Crabbe
Tarzan Herman Brix
Tarzan Herman Brix 2
Tarzan Glenn Morris
Tarzan Lex Barker Site
Tarzan Gordon Scott Site
Tarzan Denny Miller
Tarzan Jock Mahoney
Tarzan Jock Mahoney 2
Tarzan Mike Henry
Tarzan Mike Henry 2
Tarzan Miles O'Keeffe
Tarzan Christopher Lambert
Tarzan Casper Van Dein
*Tarzan Kellan Lutz*
Tarzan Alexander Skarsgard

Tarzan TV: Ron Ely
Tarzan TV: Ron Ely "movies"
Tarzan TV: Joe Lara
Tarzan TV: Wolf Larson
Tarzan TV: Travis Fimmel
Tarzan Cartoons
Unauthorized Tarzans
Unauthorized Tarzans 2

Tarzan movie - TV lists
Tarzan of the Novels
Me Tarzan You Jane 1
Me Tarzan You Jane 2
Me Tarzan You Jane 3

GREYSTOKE: THE LEGEND OF TARZAN, LORD OF THE APES (1984) Cast: Christopher Lambert (John Clayton/Tarzan), Andie MacDowell (Miss Jane Porter),
Ralph Richardson, Ian Holm (Capitaine Phillippe D'Arnot), James Fox, Cheryl Campbell, Ian Charleson, Nigel Davenport. Directed by Hugh Hudson;
Screenplay by Robert Towne (as P.H. Vazak) and Michael Austin. PLOT: The Earl of Greystoke and his wife Alice are marooned in Africa. Lady Greystoke
gives birth to a son, then she dies and her husband is killed by an ape. Their infant son is adopted and reared by a family of chimpanzees as he grows up
naked, wild, and free. At age 5, Tarzan (although he is not called that name at any time in the film) tries to fit in with his ape family. When a black
panther attacks, he manages to learn how to swim in order to evade it while another chimp was killed (humans can swim while other great apes can't).
      At age 12, Tarzan discovers the tree-house in which he lived as a baby with his mother and father and finds there a wooden block, with pictures of both a man
and a chimpanzee painted on it. It is there, after seeing himself in a mirror, that the physical difference between him and the rest of his ape "family" is
discovered more fully. He later discovers a hunting knife and how it works. The objects fascinate the naked ape boy and carries them with him. Years pass and Tarzan
(still naked, but now wearing a hunting belt to hold his hunting knife) becomes the dominant male of the ape group. He protects and shows love toward his adopted
"mother", "father" and siblings. He loses one of them to a bunch of natives.
      Years later, a now half-naked Tarzan is found by Philippe D'Arnot who is injured by natives while exploring the surrounding jungle. Tarzan nurses him back to health
and D'Arnot teaches him to speak some rudimentary English, albeit with a French accent. D'Arnot knows of the fate of Earl Greystoke and his wife and convinces "Jean"
to return to England with him to reunite with his family. On arrival at Greystoke, the family estate, "Jean" is welcomed by his Grandfather the Lord Greystoke and his
ward, a young American woman called Jane who is engaged to a local nobleman and friend of Lord Greystoke, who is now elderly and has obviously suffered at the loss of his
son and daughter-in-law years earlier, displaying eccentric behaviour and sometimes forgetting that John is not his son, but his grandson returned. John finds it difficult
to be seen as anything but a novelty by the local social set and some of his behaviour is seen as being somewhat threatening and savage. He befriends a young mentally
disabled worker on the estate and in his company is able to revert to the more natural physical manners that he was used to in Africa. Jane takes it upon herself to try to
teach John more English, French and social skills (such as table manners and dancing) and the two become very close, making love one evening in secret. Lord Greystoke seems
to enjoy renewed vigour at the return of his grandson and, reminiscing about his childhood game of using a silver tray as a toboggan to travel down the large flight of stairs
in the grand house, does so again with disastrous consequences. He dies, apparently from a head injury, in the arms of his grandson, who displays similar emotion and lack of
understanding about death as he does earlier in the story when his ape "mother " was killed in Africa.
      At a visit to the National Museum in London John is very disturbed by the crude displays of stuffed animals that he recognises from his upbringing in Africa and, slipping
into rooms behind the displays discovers his ape "father" in a cage, having been captured in Africa and brought to England. They immediately recognise one another and John
breaks open the cage and escapes with his ape companion, releasing other caged animals as he does so, pursued by police and museum officials. They make it to a woodland park
nearby but the ape is fatally shot and John is devastated to lose yet another whom he loves. His overall failure to assimilate to human society forces him to make the decision
to return to Africa.

Tali McGregor as baby Tarzan then Eric Langlois as a young Tarzan and
Christopher Lambert was the adult John Clayton in Greystoke, the Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes