Tarzan and His Mate (1934)


Directed by: Cedric Gibbons, James C. McKay

Stars: Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O’Sullivan, Neil Hamilton

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 4:3 | Dvdrip

Description: The idyllic life of Tarzan and Jane is challenged by men on safari who come seeking ivory, and come seeking Jane as well.


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8 Responses to Tarzan and His Mate (1934)

  1. Erik says:

    Grew up watching all the Tarzan movies on Saturday afternoons.
    This one brings back great memories… Many thanks RL

  2. JDoes says:

    I remember being 5-6 years old and watching any of these old black and white Tarzan movies on our black and white TV in the 70’s and Mom would turn it off, saying it was a dirty movie

    • Mr.G. says:

      “That O’Sullivan swims in the nude with Weissmuller
      in Tarzan and His Mate is indicative that the
      picture was made with adults in mind. (There was no
      nude swim in Tarzan, the Ape Man [1932], the other adult film
      of the series, but O’Sullivan was pawed consistently by
      Weissmuller and was placed in very sexual poses, even
      on her back with the scantily clad Weissmuller leaning
      over her.) In Tarzan’s Secret Treasure Tarzan and Jane
      again swim in the river, but as this film is geared for
      children as well as adults, O’Sullivan is fully clothed and
      the couple is joined in the water by their adopted son
      Boy (Johnny Sheffield), a turtle, and an elephant” – Dany Peary, Cult Movies

    • Robert says:

      It was probably the bush scene.
      They were so carried away making sure no boob showed they missed looking down at the hairy evidence that Jane was NOT a Jeff as the woke crowd would say.

  3. Viv Bolus says:

    Great site (still) many thanks – A while back you kindly got The Small World of Sammy Lee up – I wonder if you can get It Always Rains On Sunday 1947, old I know but great slice of London & top film!


  4. ytonic says:

    Thank you! Tarzan films are always welcome, and this is one of the great classics!

  5. zterrell says:

    The swim scene blew me away the first time I saw this!

  6. OSMOSIS says:

    Pre-code “Jane”–nekkid and proud. Thanks, Rarelust.

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