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Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Tarzan Week: Ranking the MGM Tarzan Movies - Best to Worst
enjoy and deeply admire all the Weismuller/O’Sullivan Tarzan pictures from MGM, and this is how I would rank them, best to worst.
I would say that at least two of them (1932 and 1934) editions are cinematic classics. Tarzan and His Mate is an undisputed work of art (erotic and pointed) and only one of the films, Tarzan's Secret Treasure, is truly underwhelming.