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Tarzan and the Huntress (1947)



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The best of Weissmuller's latter-day Tarzan efforts, Tarzan and the Huntress details the efforts of a party of hunters to trap animals to ship to zoos. Tarzan wouldn't let them have any, but a king on the other side of a river will permit them to take a mere two of each species. This still isn't good enough for the hunters, who resort to underhanded means to get what they want. There's a good balance of action, humor, and wild animals that's sure to please. This was Johnny Sheffield's eighth of eight appearances as Boy.

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