Tarzan and the Huntress

1947 film by Kurt Neumann

Tarzan and the Huntress is a 1947 film about an animal trainer and her trail boss who come to the jungle seeking animals to populate a zoo. They negotiate with the native king, but try to take too many animals, forcing Tarzan to intervene.

Directed by Kurt Neumann. Written by Rowland Leigh, Jerry Gruskin, and Leslie Charteris based on the character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Adventure Crashes To The Screen . . . Romance, Plus! Action, Plus! . . . Amid the Teeming Jungle!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Tarzan: What Jane dream about?
Jane: Just thinking about all the happy years we've spent in the jungle together.
Boy: Tarzan, weren't you ever lonesome living alone in the jungle before you met Jane?
Tarzan: No. Lots of animal friends in jungle. Jungle much more peaceful before woman come.
Jane: Well, I like that!

Tarzan: Boy, never kill for fun. Only for food!
Boy: I wasn't going to shoot him.
Tarzan: Boy man now... do man's work.

Tanya Rawlins: Then there's nothing we could offer that would make you change your mind.
King Farrod: Nothing.
Tanya Rawlins: In our civilization, we believe in always keeping an open mind.
King Farrod: In your civilization, open mind means that one must agree with what you yourself say.

TaglinesEdit

  • Adventure Crashes To The Screen . . . Romance, Plus! Action, Plus! . . . Amid the Teeming Jungle!

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