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