Overview

James Parker and Harry Holt are on an expedition in Africa in search of the elephant burial grounds that will provide enough ivory to make them rich. Parker’s beautiful daughter Jane arrives unexpectedly to join them. Jane is terrified when Tarzan and his ape friends abduct her, but when she returns to her father’s expedition she has second thoughts about leaving Tarzan.

  1. Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Characters

  2. W.S. Van Dyke

    Director

  3. Cyril Hume

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Johnny Weissmuller

    Johnny Weissmuller

    Tarzan

  2. Maureen O'Sullivan

    Maureen O'Sullivan

    Jane Parker

  3. Neil Hamilton

    Neil Hamilton

    Harry Holt

  4. C. Aubrey Smith

    C. Aubrey Smith

    James Parker

  5. Doris Lloyd

    Doris Lloyd

    Mrs. Cutten

Full Cast & Crew

Tarzan the Ape Man
Tarzan the Ape Man

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Status Released

Release Information

  • March 25, 1932
    Premiere

    Meaning

  • April 2, 1932
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

Budget -

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