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    Tarzan Escapes (MGM, 1936). One Sheet (27" X 41"). This was perhaps the most controversial of the Tarzan pictures made at MGM. Lots of money was spent on this film and the preview audiences were horrified and frightened at the results. The film was taken and dramatically re-edited, and still it is the most violent and costly of the series. The story deals with Tarzan being captured by a big game hunter who wants to take him back to civilization to exhibit him. Offered here is a great stone litho one sheet featuring Johnny Weismuller, the most famous of all the silver screen Tarzans. Posters for this entry have always been rare. This is the first one sheet we have ever seen for this title. Very Fine on Linen.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2004
    17th Wednesday
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