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The Green Goddess (1930) was a Adventure - Black-and-white Film directed by Alfred E. Green and produced by Walter Morosco.

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Tarzan Thursday: Tarzan and the Green Goddess (1938)

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Introduction In 2012 the character of Tarzan celebrated his 100th year in print. A serialized version of the story first appeared in 1912. A hardcover collection of Tarzan of the Apes first appeared in 1914. Being in the middle of the Tarzan centennial period it?s an opportune time to (re)visit many... Read full article


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The Raja of Rukh: Again, forgive the vulgarism, my goose is cooked.


The Raja of Rukh: You may have noted in history dear lady that family affection is seldom the strong point of princes.


The Raja of Rukh: [Last line] Well, well, she probably of been a damn nuisance.


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Filmed in 1929 and completed before Disraeli, but was held out of release until later at the request of George Arliss because he felt the other film was a better vehicle for his talkie debut.
Originally released with sound on disc, sound on film was added at a later date, resulting in the left side of the image in surviving prints noticeably cropped in order to provide space on which to accommodate the soundtrack.
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