Tarzan and the Jungle Boy (1967)

USA,
99m
35mm film, “filmed in Panavision” (anamorphic), Eastmancolor, 2.35:1
mono, English

An American fantasy film directed by Robert Gordon.

Plot Summary

A reporter is scouring the African in search of a young boy who was lost there a few years before and seeks out 's help. They become embroiled in the feud between Buhara and Nagambi, the sons of a tribal chief on whose lands the boy was last seen. Tarzan sets off in search of the missing boy despite threats against his life caused by the power struggle.

Credits

* = uncredited

Crew
Directed by: Robert Gordon
© MCMLXVII [1967] by Banner Productions, Inc.
Executive Producer: Sy Weintraub
Produced by: Robert Day
Production Manager: Camilo Sampaio
Production Supervisor: John Palmer
Screenplay by: Stephen Lord
Based on Characters Created by: Edgar Rice Burroughs
Assistant Director: Claudio Petraglia
Director of Photography: Özen Sermet
Camera Operator: Leobardo Sánchez
Assistant Cameraman: John Baker
Editors: Milton Mann, Reg Browne
Assistant Editor: Laurette Odney
Music Composed and Conducted by: William Loose
Music Supervision: Igo Kantor
Sound by: Producers' Sound Service
Re-recording: Don Minkler, Bill Mumford
Sound Effects by: Edit-Rite, Inc.
Wardrobe: Tereza Azevedo
Special Effects: Gabriel Queiroz
Main Title: Cinefx
Art Director: Herbert Smith
Locations: Brazil *

Cast
Mike Henry as Tarzan
Rafer Johnson (Nagambi)
Alizia Gur (Myrna)
Steve Bond (Erik)
Ronald Gans (Ken)
Ed Johnson (Buhara)

Alternative Titles

Tarzan e il figlio della giungla – Italy
Tarzan e os Inimigos da Selva – Portugal
Tarzan ja viidakon poika – Finland
Tarzan och djungelpojken – Sweden
Tarzan und der Dschungelboy – West Germany
Tarzán y el niño de la jungla – Spain

References

Books

  • Feature Films, 1960-1969: A Filmography of English-language and Major Foreign-language United States Releases by Harris M. Lentz III p.454
  • Kings of the Jungle: An Illustrated Reference to Tarzan on Screen and Television by David Fury – review
  • by Walt Lee p.476 – credits
  • World Filmography 1968 by Peter Cowie (ed.) p.638