Frank Welker as
When the Professor's rival, Samuel T. Philander, visits Africa, he must come up with something spectacular to become famous on before Philander. That's when Tarzan tells them about Pellucidar, an underground world where dinosaurs live. But Philander follows them there and takes pictures. Little does he know that they have been wasted by a curious little baboon.Read More
Tarzan and his jungle are visited by former President Teddy Roosevelt and, while on the hunt for animal specimens to study (which of course Tarzan heavily disapproves of), both are kidnapped by conspirators. In the process of escape, Tarzan teaches the President the importance of respecting nature, and he gains a new appreciation for it by the time he leaves, promising to bring that lesson home to America.Read More
The Professor learns about a spiritual silver ape that, supposedly, cures the injured of the jungle. Not believing this is a spiritual creature, he plans to study it more. But when Philander steals his notes and finds out about the ape, he plans to capture it.Read More
Tarzan's leadership of the gorilla family is challenged by a young silverback male named Moyo, who says that if Tarzan were forced to choose between caring for Jane and caring for the gorillas, he would choose Jane. Moyo wins leadership only when Tarzan sacrifices his in the fight in order to save Moyo's life. The new leader leaves with the gorillas to escape the threat of Histah, a giant python that used to terrorize the gorillas when Kala was young. Tarzan and Jane remain at the treehouse, and Jane tells Tarzan that she understands how Tarzan misses his family, as she misses them too.
Suddenly a baby gorilla named Bibi returns to Tarzan with a message that the gorillas are in trouble. Tarzan and Jane follow and find the family trapped in a tar pit, and at the mercy of the giant snake Histah. Tarzan begins to help Moyo and the gorillas out of the pit, but Histah chases Jane and when Tarzan hears her screams he is torn between saving the family and saving Jane.Read More
Tantor freaks out over bees and runs (and bounces) about until he ends up in the same pool where little Jabari and his mother are drinking water. Then Jabari says that it was the ""All Seeing Elephant"" on Mount Indigo that saved Tantor from near death. Tantor doesn't know what to think, so he goes back to base camp to ask Tarzan, Jane, and Porter whether or not they'd ever heard of the ""All Seeing Elephant."" They all tell him no, but say that it's an interesting idea, though probably not true. Then Tantor accidentally leans on Porter's experimentation table, causing the chemicals to explode, and another near-death experience for Tantor. Tantor then attributes his safety to the ""All Seeing Elephant"" and decides to go on a quest to Mount Indigo to meet him. For Tantor's safety, Tarzan, Jane, Porter, and Terk reluctantly follow. Will Tantor find his ""All-Seeing Elephant""?Read More
While the gang is setting up a surprise croquet game for the Professor, Jane encounters an ill-looking fawn. Upon touching the fawn, the soul of--none other than--Queen La enters her body. Failing to return to Opar by herself, La turns to Tarzan, who senses something wrong right away. So, she turns to Dumont for help. Can the aid of Usula, the Waziri elder, bring Jane back before La retrieves her staff and brings Opar to life again?Read More