Passed | | Action, Adventure
The idyllic life of Tarzan and Jane is challenged by men on safari who come seeking ivory, and come seeking Jane as well.
The tribe described as, "Not pygmies, dwarfs," was made up of white actors in all black makeup. As The Wizard of Oz (1939) was filmed some five years after this, and as the number of such actors is very limited, it is very likely that many of these actors were later hired as Munchkin extras.
I wouldn't trust meself in that jungle if it was me, sir.
Harry Holt: Well, I will.
When fighting the lions, Jane repeatedly fires a single-shot bolt action rifle from scene to scene without apparently reloading it, as though it contained a clip. When she finally runs out of ammo, she ejects the last shell and looks at the empty chamber as though checking for another round. But when she lays the rifle down, you can see it does not have a clip or even the opening for one.
Older television prints of "Tarzan and His Mate" run 93 minutes. Among the deleted segments are the nude swimming scene, some brief footage of bare-breasted natives, and some of the more graphic violence.