Jane Porter appears in 165 issues.
It's been nearly a decade since Tarzan, also known as John Clayton III, left Africa to live in Victorian England with his wife Jane. Danger lurks on the horizon as Leon Rom, a treacherous envoy for King Leopold, devises a scheme that lures the couple to the Congo. Rom plans to capture Tarzan and deliver him to an old enemy in exchange for diamonds. When Jane becomes a pawn in his devious plot, Tarzan must return to the jungle to save the woman he loves.
Tarzan & Jane is a Disney direct-to-video film which continues the adventures of the characters from the 1999 animated feature Tarzan, and uses three unaired episodes of the film's corresponding television series, The Legend of Tarzan.
Disney's animated version of the jungle hero.
On the eve of his wedding to Jane, Tarzan is pulled back to his jungle home.
Christopher Lambert stars as Tarzan in the most epic and realistic version of the character ever put on screen.
Tarzan, the Ape Man is a 1981 adventure film directed by John Derek and starring Bo Derek as Jane. Former Tarzan actor Jock Mahoney, billed as Jack O'Mahoney, was the film's stunt coordinator. The films tagline was: "Unlike any other Tarzan you've ever seen!"
Tarzan and the She-Devil is is the fifth and last film starring Lex Barker as Tarzan. Joyce MacKenzie is Jane and Monique van Vooren plays the "She-Devil".
Tarzan's Savage Fury is the fourth Tarzan film starring Lex Barker as Tarzan. This movie does make some allusions to the Tarzan novels. It notes Tarzan's relation to Britain's aristocratic Greystoke family, and the villain Rokov is clearly patterned on Rokoff, a villain in the early Tarzan novels
Tarzan's Peril is a 1951 film starring Lex Barker as Tarzan for the third time and Virginia Huston as Jane. Some of it was shot in Kenya, making it the first Tarzan movie to be filmed in Africa.The film is frequently shown under the alternate titles Jungle Queen and Tarzan and the Jungle Queen.
Tarzan and the Slave Girl is a 1950 film. It is the scond one starring Lex Barker as Tarzan. Jane is played by Vanessa Brown and like many Tarzan movies, it involves a lost civilization in Africa.
This is a Tarzan movie starring Lex Barker in his first appearance as Tarzan, while Brenda Joyce had played Jane opposite Johnny Weismuller in four previous films. Elmo Lincoln, who had been the first screen Tarzan appears uncredited as a fisherman repairing his nets.
Tarzan and the Mermaids was a 1948 action film based on the Tarzan character. It was the 12th and last of the Tarzan movies to star Johnny Weissmuller in the title role.
This is an adventure film starring Johnny Weissmuller in his eleventh outing as Tarzan, Brenda Joyce in her third appearance as Jane and Johnny Sheffield makes his eighth and final appearance as Boy.
Tarzan and the Leopard Woman was a 1946 action film with Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan.
This is an adventure film starring Johnny Weissmuller in his ninth outing as Tarzan. Brenda Joyce makes the first of five appearances as Jane and Johnny Sheffield returns as Boy.
Tarzan's New York Adventure is the sixth Tarzan film to feature Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan. It also features an uncredited appearance of Elmo Lincoln who in 1918 was the first Tarzan.
It is the fifth in the MGM Tarzan series to star Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan.
It was the fourth in the MGM Tarzan series to feature Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan.
Tarzan Escapes was the third in the MGM Tarzan series to feature Johnny Weissmuller as Tarzan.
Tarzan and his Mate was the second in the Tarzan film series to star Johnny Weissmuller.
Tarzan the Ape Man was the first Tarzan film to star Weissmuller and O'Sullivan, and marked the first appearance of the character of Cheeta the chimpanzee.
Tarzan of the Apes (1918) is a silent, black and white action adventure. The movie was the first Tarzan movie ever made, and is based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' original novel Tarzan of the Apes.
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