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||IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 from 305 votes
||Release: July 1966 (USA) /
||Genre: Action, Adventure
||Director: Robert Day,
||Stars: Carlos Rivas, David Opatoshu, Don Megowan, Eduardo Noriega, Enrique Lucero, Francisco Riquerio, Frank Brandstetter, John Kelly, Jorge Beirute, Manuel Padilla Jr., Mike Henry, Nancy Kovack, Oswald Olvera
||Synopsis: The international criminal Vinaro enjoys sending explosive wristwatches to his enemies. Here he kidnaps ten-year-old Ramel whom he thinks can lead him to the lost city of gold. Tarzan fights the evil Mr. Train, six-foot-six bodyguard of Vinaro, and rescues Sophia, who has been left to die with an explosive around her neck. Various animals help Tarzan locate Vinaro's tanks and helicopters, the city and the boy. Written by Ed Stephan <[email protected]>
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"Tarzan and the Valley of Gold" is one of the most bizarre and
entertaining movies I have seen in quite a while. A number of questions
come to mind, not the least of which was When exactly did Tarzan learn
how to operate a tank in battle?
The answer is rooted in the objective of the film, which was to update
Tarzan to compete with James Bond. Since 007 is naturally familiar with
all methods of transport and can successfully employ any firearm ever
made, it should go without saying that Tarzan would be just as handy
with whatever means are at his disposal. He could probably disarm a
nuke and target missiles to blast each other in midair too if the plot
depended on it.
Some have questioned why Tarzan would travel to Mexico dressed in a
suit, and I challenge that with basic knowledge of Edgar Rice
Borroughs' novels where Tarzan at one point travels to America to find
Jane and then settles down with her at the Greystoke Estate in England
-- do people think he went all that distance in a loincloth?
Mike Henry is great as Tarzan. In the first six minutes of the movie he
shoots a guy in the face during a botched assassination attempt, then
crushes another guy under a giant Coca-Cola bottle in what has to be
the most clever product placement I've seen in a movie since James Bond
back-flipped an opponent into a stack of empty Red Stripe Lager boxes.
The film is exceedingly violent. I would put a rough estimate of the
body count at about fifty, including the innocent peasants gunned down
by the evil crime syndicate's henchmen. Tarzan himself wipes out about
forty guys including three goons in a helicopter he takes out in a
wonderful ripoff of "From Russia With Love"'s famous helicopter duel.
Instead of just shooting the pilot Tarzan rigs a bolo using a couple of
grenades and hooks it around the engine block. Those jungle skills pay
off in the most unusual ways.
Tarzan is of course dispatched to Mexico to get into a game of wits
with an evil crime syndicate boss whose forces have kidnapped a young
boy to give young boys in the audience someone to identify with -- this
is a family adventure film, we remind ourselves, as Tarzan uses a
Browning Automatic Rifle to machine gun down a bunch of thugs in a
cave, blows up a truck full of men, and then asphyxiates the big evil
goon character in the film's showdown by half-Nelsoning the guy to
He is the perfect Vietnam War era action hero, so de-sensitized to
carnage & suffering that all he can manage to come up with to console
the young boy with is "Hey, what's all this now? " when the kid starts
crying out of concern that his people will be massacred by the guys in
the tanks. Some of them are but nobody really seems to care about it
that much, and in the concluding wrapping it all up speech the tribal
leader admits that sometimes you need to resort to violence after all.
The Mike Henry Tarzan films are apparently a body of work that were so
dangerous for the performers to make that Henry very understandably
declined to work on the Ron Ely Tarzan television show of the same era
after Dinky the Chimp bit Henry in the jaw on the set of the next
adventure, requiring twenty stitches to sew up and giving Henry a case
of "Chimp Fever" that took him out of the production for three weeks
while he recovered. Just what Chimp Fever is I have no idea and even
less interest to learn.
The issue of unsafe work conditions is even further underscored by Ron
Ely's string of injuries incurred while he worked on the TV show, and
looking at the hands on approach to the stunt work evident in this
movie it's a miracle that nobody was killed making these films. This is
one of those movies that make you wonder just what the HELL people were
thinking when they cooked it up: Out of control helicopters, live
ammunition, explosions going off right next to the star performers, you
I will agree that Mike Henry does make a fabulous Tarzan, and to remind
us of just who the hero was they even let him swing on a couple of
vines, though I was disappointed that he never gave that famous Tarzan
yell ... though then again since there are no elephants native to
Mexico to stampede the effect would have been gratuitous.
And yet there is something hypnotically watchable about the film,
including a marvelous sequence where a jaguar sets off in search of the
boy & Tarzan trots along behind with a wonderful little jazz music
score twittering in the background. The makers of this movie were
definitely onto something and it's too bad the franchise sort of
petered out, leaving it up to the Italians to continue with their own
unofficial series with names like Tarzak, Zambo, and Zan, which are no
more silly, improbable, or entertaining than this movie.
And had more women. There is only one in this whole film and while she
is a comely little lass Tarzan seems about as fascinated by her as he
is by that Coke bottle he pushes over on the assassin in the beginning
of the movie. Is he so smitten by Jane that the thought of intimately
interacting with another woman never enters his mind? As the credits
roll they walk off into the sunset, and something tells me he never
busted a move on her. In any event it's immensely entertaining and
Tarzan saves the day with just a good rope, a hunting knife, and a soft
piece of leather. Sounds kinky.
Tags for Tarzan and the Valley of Gold Full Movie
, David Opatoshu
, Don Megowan
, Eduardo Noriega
, Enrique Lucero
, Francisco Riquerio
, Frank Brandstetter
, John Kelly
, Jorge Beirute
, Manuel Padilla Jr.
, Mike Henry
, Nancy Kovack
, Oswald Olvera
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