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Tarzan's New York Adventure (May-1942)

Director: Richard Thorpe

Writers: William R. Lipman; Myles Connolly

From novel: Tarzan by Edgar Rice Burroughs (character basis)

Musical Score: David Snell

Producer: Frederick Stephani

Keywords: Outdoor Adventure, Tarzan, Circus, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Charles Bickford
Actor
1-Jan-1891 9-Nov-1967 The Song of Bernadette
Virginia Grey
Actor
22-Mar-1917 31-Jul-2004 Hullabaloo
Russell Hicks
Actor
4-Jun-1895 1-Jun-1957 American character actor
Paul Kelly
Actor
9-Aug-1899 6-Nov-1956 Flying Tigers
Charles Lane
Actor
26-Jan-1905 9-Jul-2007 Grumpy character actor
Miles Mander
Actor
14-May-1888 8-Feb-1946 The Three Musketeers
Maureen O'Sullivan
Actor
17-May-1911 28-Jun-1998 A Day at the Races
Johnny Sheffield
Actor
11-Apr-1931 15-Oct-2010 Child actor, "Boy" in Tarzan films
Johnny Weissmuller
Actor
2-Jun-1904 20-Jan-1984 Gold Medalist became Tarzan
Chill Wills
Actor
18-Jul-1903 15-Dec-1978 The Alamo

CAST

With
Johnny Weissmuller   ...   Tarzan
Maureen O'Sullivan   ...   Jane
and
Johnny Sheffield   ...   Boy
Virginia Grey   ...   Connie Beach
Charles Bickford   ...   Buck Rand
Paul Kelly   ...   Jimmie Shields
Chill Wills   ...   Manchester Montford
Cy Kendall   ...   Col. Ralph Sargent
Russell Hicks   ...   Judge Abbotson
Howard Hickman   ...   Blake Norton
Charles Lane   ...   Gould Beaton
Miles Mander   ...   Portmaster

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