Tarzan's Secret Treasure Reviews

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August 19, 2008
In this movie Boy is a little older but the story is still the same. White hunters kidnap Jane and Boy, Natives capture White Hunters with Boy and Jane, Tarzan comes to the rescue and everyone dies. In this movie Boy finds gold at the bottom of the river. I'm surprised the writers of this movie weren't haulded in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee after the war. When an expedition of white explorers show up Tarzan is revealed to be anti-white men, anti-gun, anti-hunting and anti-money. The white explorers find Tarzan's home when Jane tells Boy that people in civilization use gold to buy things. Boy decides to go to civilization and buy an airplane. Boy finds a native village where people are dying of fever. The explorers arrive at the village and are about to be killed by the natives when Tarzan arrives and chases the natives all away. They tell Tarzan they are looking for a lost civilization so he takes them to his escarpment. When Boy gets the fever they tell Tarzan they have the medicine to cure Boy but he has to show them were the gold is. After he shows them the gold they try to shoot Tarzan but he falls out of sight in to a canyon. The evil white capitalist who want to start a gold mine take Jane and Boy through the jungle to get to civilization. When they are attacked by the natives the short Irishman who had befriended Tarzan pretends to be killed and after the natives take everyone away he goes back with Cheeta and rescues Tarzan. Tarzan finds the natives with their prisoners in canoes in the river. He swims under them and tips them into the water where everyone except Jane and Boy are eaten by crocodiles. Tarzan gives his Irish friend a gourd full of gold and puts him on an elephant to take him back to civilization.
½ October 19, 2014
better then the last movie. a good Tarzan film.
½ October 17, 2014
The point when the original concept becomes formula. Enjoyable, but predictable.
August 26, 2013
Offers all that you would expect from a Johnny Weissmuller/Maureen O'Sullivan 'Tarzan' caper; consistently entertaining and engaging enough to see its audience through overlong swimming sequences and animal stock footage. Admittedly unexceptional compared to their other outings, but harmless fun nonetheless.
½ February 11, 2008
6.5/10. Good but one of the lesser entries in the Johnny Weismuller Tarzan series. Very entertaining though, a little more formulatic than the others. Good production and cast.
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