GenreAction, Adventure SequelTarzans Fight for Life CountryUnited States
DirectorCharles F. Haas
H. Bruce Humberstone (uncedited) Based onCharacters created
by Edgar Rice Burroughs WriterEdgar Rice Burroughs (characters), Frederick Schlick, Robert Leach DirectorsCharles F. Haas, Sandy Howard, H. Bruce Humberstone PrequelTarzan and the Lost Safari CastGordon Scott (Tarzan), Eve Brent (Jane), Rickie Sorensen (Boy), Leslie Bradley (Schroeder), Maurice Marsac (Rene) Similar moviesTarzan's Desert Mystery, Tarzan and the Huntress, Shame of the Jungle, King of the Jungle, The New Adventures of Tarzan, Tarzan in the City
Tarzan and the trappers 1958 full movie
Tarzan and the Trappers (1958) is an action adventure film featuring Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous jungle hero Tarzan and starring Gordon Scott, Eve Brent, Rickie Sorensen and Lesley Bradley. The movie was filmed as three pilot episodes for a television series which were edited into a feature film when the project was abandoned, and so was released in black and white rather than color, like other contemporary Tarzan films. The film did finally appear on television, but only in 1966. It was shot in Chatsworth, California.
Tarzan and the trappers 1958
The idyllic jungle life of Tarzan (Gordon Scott), Jane (Eve Brent) and Tartu (Rickie Sorensen) is interrupted by a drum message telling them of predatory hunters loose in the jungle. Tarzan disrupts the animal-collecting expedition of the hunters, Schroeder (Lesley Bradley) and Rene (Maurice Marsac); he frees a baby elephant whose mother they have killed and then leads the elephant herd against them when they make hostages of Tartu and Cheeta the chimp.
Afterwards he warns off two other hunters, Sikes (Saul Gorse) and Lapin (William Keene), seeking to plunder the lost city of Zarbo. He is attacked by their men, but escapes and shadows their party. Aware of Tarzan's continued presence, the hunters capture his native friend Tyana (Sherman Crothers), and trap the ape man when he tries to free him. Tyana's tribe rescues the two. Finally, the hunters reach Zarbo, but find it empty of both people and treasure. In a final conflict, Tarzan overcomes the villains, who are then turned over to the authorities by the natives.