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Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan), Maureen O'Sullivan (Jane Parker), Neil Hamilton (Harry Holt), Paul Cavanagh (Martin Arlington), Forrester Harvey (Beamish), Nathan Curry (Saidi), Jiggs (Cheeta the monkey).

Directed by Cedrick Gibbons (uncredited: Jack Conway and James C. McKay); Screenplay by Bud Barsky, Leon Gordon, James Kevin McGuinness and Howard Emmett Rogers based on characters created by Edgar Rice Burroughs; Produced by Bernard H. Hyam; Cinematography: Charles G. Clarke and Clyde DeVinna; Film Editing: Tom Held; Art Direction: A. Arnold Gillespie; Assistant director: Nick Grinde, James C. McKay and Errol Taggart; Sound technicians: Douglas Shearer, James Graham, T.B. Hoffman, C.S. Pratt and Michael Steinore; Special effects: James Basevi; Visual effects: Warren Newcombe and Irving G. Ries; Music: William Axt; Stunts: Alfredo Codona, the Flying Codonas, The Picchianis, George Barrows and Ray Corrigan.
Release date: April 16 (premiere), 20, 1934
Running time: 104 Minutes (91 minutes re-release)
Filmed in Black and White

      The film begins with Tarzan and Jane living in the Jungle. Henry Holt, with business partner Marlin Arlington, meet up with them on their way to take ivory from an elephant burial ground. Holt tries to convince Jane, who was with him on his first trip to the jungle, to return with him by bringing her gifts from civilization including clothing and modern gadgets but she tells them she'd rather stay with Tarzan.
      Later, when Tarzan refuses to let the men take ivory from the burial ground he is shot by Arlington and left for dead. Jane, thinking Tarzan is dead, contemplates leaving the jungle. Meanwhile, Cheeta and his ape friends nurse Tarzan back to health in time for him to stop the men who shot him.

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