Tarzan (2003 - 2003)



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Release Date: 2003

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A Gen-Y spin on the Edgar Rice Burroughs classic had the ape man loose in New York, struggling to adapt to an urban jungle. Golden-haired underwear model Travis Fimmel starred as the long-lost heir to Greystoke Industries who was held captive by his uncle. He eventually escaped and met doe-eyed police detective Jane, setting up the romantic backstory. It never really clicked, with many fans of the mythology finding it disconcerting to have a Tarzan who's prettier than Jane.

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Critics Consensus: Sorely lacking the escapist thrills of previous interations, this Tarzan falls flat with an absurdly self-serious tone and mismatched plotting.

2003, TWB, 8 episodes


Travis Fimmel
as Tarzan/John Clayton
Sarah Wayne Callies
as Jane Porter
Mitch Pileggi
as Richard Clayton
Miguel A. Núñez Jr.
as Sam Sullivan
Leighton Meester
as Nicki Porter
Lucy Lawless
as Kathleen Clayton
Tim Guinee
as Donald Ingram
Christopher Cordell
as Steven Slazak
Shawn Korson
as Damon Flicker
James Carroll
as Howard Rhinehart
Adam Bramble
as Judge Coakley
Colette Stevenson
as Dr. Laurents
Liz Gordon
as Denise Rhinehart
Michael Carley
as Allan Bancroft
John White
as Justin Rhinehart
Adam Cabral
as Jason Bancroft
Martin Doyle
as Dr. Toll
Diego Chambers
as Kidnapper
Mark Gibson
as Mercenary
Gary Hudson
as Det. Sands
Ona Grauer
as Alice Clayton
Peter Snider
as Corporate Lawyer
John Kozak
as Dr. Jaffe
Roy Anderson
as Greystoke Guard No. 4
Deejay Jackson
as Cop No. 1
Angelo Tucci
as Isaac Lopez
Laura DeCarteret
as Agent Woods
Mike Mitchell
as Lab Technician
Tig Fong
as Greystoke Guard
Gavin Buhr
as Greystoke Guard No. 3
Marcus Muldowan
as Homeless Boy
Samantha Gutstadt
as Kathleen's Assistant
Ty Olsson
as Animal-Control Officer
Andrew Butcher
as Wilding Boy No. 2
Merrick Roberts
as Young Tarzan
Sava Drayton
as Detective
Lauro Chartrand
as Greystoke Guard No. 1
Aaron Abrams
as Counter Guy
Mathieu Ledoux
as Wilding Boy No. 3
Dan Zukovic
as Maitre D
Frank Welker
as Animal Vocals
Jorge Molina
as Maintenance Man
Chad Sayn
as Wilding Boy No. 1
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Series Details

TV Network: TWB
Premiere Date: Oct 5, 2003
Genre: Drama
Executive Producers: Laura Ziskin, Molly Newman, P.K. Simonds, Eric Kripke, David Gerber
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