Tarzan and the Leopard Woman (1946)

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In this jungle adventure, Tarzan and Boy nearly lose their lives when they attempt to vanquish a cult of murderers. They get involved when they find a whole village killed by what looks like leopards. The Ape man looks deeper and discovers the cult is led by a beautiful priestess who wears iron claws. Just before the captured Boy and Tarzan are sacrificed to their feline gods, good old Cheta swings in and saves them.
Rating:
PG
Genre:
Action & Adventure
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Studio:
RKO Radio Pictures

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Cast

Acquanetta
as Lea, the High Priestess
Tommy Cook
as Kimba
Dennis Hoey
as Commissioner
George J. Lewis
as Corporal
Iris Flores
as Zambesi maiden
Helen Gerald
as Zambesi maiden
Lillian Molieri
as Zambesi maiden
Kay Solinas
as Zambesi Maiden
Doris Lloyd
as Superintendent
Robert Barron
as Caravaneer (uncredited)
King Kong Kashey
as Tongolo the Terrible (uncredited)
Marek Windheim
as Silk Merchant (uncredited)
Louis Mercier
as Snake Charmer (uncredited)
Georges Renavent
as Ivory Merchant (uncredited)
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Critic Reviews for Tarzan and the Leopard Woman

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Full Review… | February 22, 2012
Variety
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Silly but amusing Tarzan adventure.

Full Review… | August 8, 2012
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Audience Reviews for Tarzan and the Leopard Woman

This Tarzan movie seemed very much like a earlier Tarzan movie in the Tarzan collection. Still its my buddy Tarzan so 5 stars 7-19-12

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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For film #10, Tarzan, Jane and Boy do battle with a cult of men dancing around in leopard outfits. I had flashbacks of Prince's 'Batdance' video. I thought these movies would decrease in entertainment value at an exponential rate, but aside from just a few mis-steps, they all maintain a certain acceptable level of matinee quality fun. I like the leopard cult, and I like the Kimba character -- kind of an evil version of Boy, but not unsympathetic.

Scott Schirmer
Scott Schirmer

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