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Tarzan, the Ape Man

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starring Bo Derek
Richard Harris
John Phillip Law and Miles O'Keeffe Jim Parker , his beautiful daughter Jane and the safari photographer Holt, search the wilds of Africa for a fabled elephant graveyard. Instead, they find an inland sea and Tarzan, the legendary ape man. The shapely Bo Derek stars as a sexy new Jane in this version of Edgar Rice
Burroughs's fantasy, directed by her husband, John Derek.
Screenplay by TOM ROWE and GARY GODDARD
Produced by BO DEREK Directed by JOHN DEREK
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Contributors

Unknown: Bo Derek
Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: John Phillip Law
Unknown: Miles O'Keeffe
Unknown: Jim Parker
Unknown: Bo Derek
Unknown: Edgar Rice
Unknown: John Derek.
Unknown: Tom Rowe
Unknown: Gary Goddard
Produced By: Bo Derek
Directed By: John Derek
Jane Parker: Bo Derek
James Parker: Richard Harris
Harry Holt: John Philup Law
Tarzan: Miles O'Keeffe
Nambia 'Africa': Akushula Selayah
Ivory King: Steven Strong
Riano: Maxime Philoe
Club members: Wilfrid Hyde White
Club members: Laurie Mains,
Club members: Harold Ayer
Orang-utan: C J

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