Tarzan and the Mermaids

1948 film by Robert Florey

Tarzan and the Mermaids is a 1948 film about Tarzan trying to prevent a woman from marrying a charlatan posing as a god.

Directed by Robert Florey. Written by Carroll Young, based on the character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
TARZAN DEFIES THE MAN-GOD'S TERROR - to Save the Queen of Pearl-Divers!  (taglines)

DialogueEdit

Palanth, the High Priest: If my people knew anyone posed as Balu, they would destroy him.
Tarzan: If people know Balu a man, they destroy you.

TaglinesEdit

  • TARZAN DEFIES THE MAN-GOD'S TERROR - to Save the Queen of Pearl-Divers!
  • SCORES OF AQUA-CUTIES...SLAVES TO A VILLAINIOUS IDOL'S WILL!
  • BARBARIC RITUALS!...SAVAGE THRILLS!...PAGAN SPLENDORS!
  • LOVE SACRIFICE TO A HEATHEN MAN-GOD!
  • NEVER-BEFORE...Tarzan's undersea death-battle with a giant octopus!
  • Tarzan at His Best!

CastEdit

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