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Tarzan goes up against a villian by the name of Schroeder, who is trapping animals and selling them illegally to zoos. A twist is thrown into the plot when Schroeder's brother, with the help of money-hungry trader Lapin, hunts a different kind of quarry, human game. Now Tarzan must not only fight to save the animals of the jungle, but he must also save himself.

  1. Robert Leach

    Writer

  2. Frederick Schlick

    Writer

  3. Sandy Howard

    Director

  4. Charles F. Haas

    Director

  5. H. Bruce Humberstone

    Director

  6. Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Characters

Top Billed Cast

  1. Gordon Scott

    Gordon Scott

    Tarzan

  2. Eve Brent

    Eve Brent

    Jane

  3. Rickie Sorensen

    Rickie Sorensen

    Boy

  4. Leslie Bradley

    Leslie Bradley

    Schroeder

  5. Maurice Marsac

    Maurice Marsac

    Rene

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Tarzan and the Trappers
Tarzan and the Trappers

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Status Released

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  • January 1, 1958
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 10m

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