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Genres: Adventure
Actors: Bo Derek , Richard Harris , John Phillip Law , Miles O’Keeffe , Akushula Selayah , Steve Strong , Maxime Philoe , Leonard Bailey , Wilfrid Hyde-White , Laurie Main , Harold Ayer
Director: John Derek
Country: United States
Year: 1981
IMDB Rating: 3.1/10 (3204 votes)

The Tarzan story from Jane’s point of view. Jane Parker visits her father in Africa where she joins him on an expedition. A couple of brief encounters with Tarzan establish a (sexual) bond between her and Tarzan. When the expedition is captured by savages, Tarzan comes to the rescue.

Film Review

OK, there’s only one scene in this entire bomb-of-a-film worth watching, and that’s the scene where Bo Derek (Jane) gets bathed by the women of the tribe that has captured her and the members of her group. She looked incredibly HOT, and the scene itself was surprisingly erotic.Other than that, there’s not much worth commenting on. Tarzan barely appears in this movie, and it’s boring when he does. Richard Harris overacts something awful. Bo Derek is enjoyable to look at, even with her clothes on, but until that above-mentioned scene when the tribal women wash her beautiful nude body, I was completely bored. But that one brief moment alone lifts this one from a "1" to a "5" rating, at least from me. That is all.

First of all, for those of you that keep posting negative reviews for an excellent film – I don't sincerely think that you have seen the film or know what you are reviewing.This film is the second-best color Tarzan film I have seen, the first being Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984), which shows the origins of Tarzan. This film shows the encounter and resultant relationship between Jane Parker (Bo Derek) and Tarzan (Miles O' Keefe).The setting and scenic beauty of the locations the film is wonderfully captured by the camera. Added to this is the wonderful real animal footage showing an abundance of wildlife in the jungle. All the tribes-people are wonderfully portrayed.The veteran actor in the film is Richard Harris (Orca, The Wild Geese, Juggernaut) plays a hunter in Africa, searching for a mythical "white ape." He is joined by his estranged daughter, Jane, after her mother's death. They discover the "white ape" is actually Tar…

This is a re-imagining of Tarzan in the era of the Soloflex and Apocalypse Now. There's nothing inherently wrong with using films eased moral constraints to portray an erotic side to the Tarzan legend. There's nothing inherently wrong with the premise that Tarzan doesn't speak. There's plenty wrong with suggesting a woman who could get herself to an African jungle in 1910, could be this offensively stupid and plastic. Bo has as few lines as possible when bodies are explored because this movie is merely a video-centerfold, as neutral as possible so that you can project yourself and your lecherous fantasies into the project. If it succeeds anywhere it's in the implication that National Geographic has influenced the way the imagery of a Tarzan movie might be constructed.It would be ridiculous to argue that movies shouldn't employ the sexual tease as ONE of many tools to draw in viewers. Some really great film moments incorporate it. But this move is at the opposit…