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Tarzan's New York Adventure (1942) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Richard Thorpe and produced by Frederick Stephani.

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Tarzan’s New York Adventure (1942)

By Angela on Aug 4, 2012 From Hollywood Revue

When Tarzan finds out that some people working for a circus have come to his jungle to capture animals for their show, he warns them to leave.? They agree, although, Boy (Johnny Sheffield) is very curious about the airplane they came in and keeps trying to hang around it.? Just as the circus workers... Read full article

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Tarzan: Jane lead way. Tarzan follow always.

Tarzan: [inside the smoke-filled Club Moonbeam in New York] Smell like a Swahili swamp. Why people stay?
Jane: It's what they call having a good time.

Jane: We are going into places where men's minds are tangled worse that the worst underbrush in the jungle, and I'm afraid. More afraid than I've ever been in my life. Everywhere we'll be met with lies and deceit. Your honesty and directness will only be handicaps.

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Elmo Lincoln:  the first movie Tarzan, as a circus roustabout.
This was the first film shown free to servicemen overseas. A 16 mm copy was sent to Iceland and shown 10 May 1942.
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