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

Frank Merrill in a scene from Tarzan the Tiger, a serial that bridged the gap between silent and sound films.
Natalie Kingston played Jane in this version of ERB's "Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar".

Cast: Frank Merrill (Tarzan / Lord Greystoke), Natalie Kingston (Lady Jane), Al Ferguson, Kithnou, Sheldon Lewis, Paul Panzer, Clive Morgan. Directed by Henry MacRae; screenplay by Ian McClosky Heath and William Lord Wright; titles by Ford Beebe based on characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs and the novel "Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar". PLOT: After Tarzan's estate is destroyed by Arabs Jane is sold into slavery by a man posing as a friendly scientist. Tarzan develops amnesia after a blow to the head. When he recovers his memory (from a later blow) he defeats the villain, recovers the fabulous jewels of Opar, and rescues Jane.
Chapter titles:
1. Call of the Jungle
2. The Road To Opar
3. The Altar of the Flaming God
4. The Vengeance of La
5. Condemned To Death
6. Tantor the Terror
7. The Deadly Peril
8. Loop of Death
9. Flight of Werper
10. Prisoner of the Apes
11. The Jaws of Death
12. The Jewels of Opar
13. A Human Sacrifice
14. Tarzan's Rage
15. Tarzan's Triumph

(NOTE) A sequel to Tarzan the Tiger was planned, called Tarzan the Terrible, but the producers did not think Frank Merrill's voice was suited for sound movies, so that movie was scrapped. MGM stepped in and acquired the rights to film a new series of Tarzan films. Surprisingly, with the advent of sound, Tarzan suddenly became a man of few words, mostly grunts and a few jungle words. And the famous "Tarzan yell". Herman Brix was MGM's first choice but injured his shoulder while filming the movie Touchdown. Johnny Weissmuller was spotted by writer Cyril Hume and the rest is history.