History Disney / Tarzan

4th Sep '17 5:34:54 AM Snicka
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* HandyFeet: Tarzan has them, taking the idea of being raised by gorillas to its logical conclusion by having him grasp things with his feet. Not as well as an gorillas, but pretty well for a human.

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* HandyFeet: Tarzan has them, taking the idea of being raised by gorillas to its logical conclusion by having him grasp things with his feet. Not as well as an gorillas, a gorilla, but pretty well for a human.
4th Sep '17 5:32:40 AM Snicka
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* TheNativeRival: Kerchak.

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* TheNativeRival: Kerchak.Kerchak is more of a father figure than a direct rival, but he bears many characteristics of this trope, especially his reluctance to accept Tarzan as one of his tribe.
12th Aug '17 11:54:33 AM TPercival
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** Jane has one when she sees a army of angry baboons reading to attack her for making their child cry. She immediately has another one when they start jumping down from the trees and chasing her.
** Tarzan has one after seeing Terk and Tantor running back to the nesting grounds (where he is showing his human friends the gorillas), and realizing that Kerchak is coming back.
6th Aug '17 11:20:48 PM OnTheHillside
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* HandyFeet: Tarzan has them, taking the idea of being raised by apes to its logical conclusion by having him grasp things with his feet. Not as well as an ape, but pretty well for a human.

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* HandyFeet: Tarzan has them, taking the idea of being raised by apes gorillas to its logical conclusion by having him grasp things with his feet. Not as well as an ape, gorillas, but pretty well for a human.
30th Jul '17 6:35:08 PM Psi001
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30th Jul '17 6:34:44 PM Psi001
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30th Jul '17 6:33:41 PM Psi001
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!!The [[MusicalTheater Broadway Musical]] has examples of:

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* AnimationBump: Scenes of the film, while consistently passable, fluctuate in quality a bit, ranging from high quality TV budget to practically matching the fluency of the first film.
* BeYourself: The Aesop of the movie. As Tarzan tries to seek exactly what he is, he is left with the answer he is....a Tarzan, something that is unique and special in itself.
* {{Interquel}}: Takes place between in {{Time Skip}} of the first movie.
29th Jul '17 12:03:04 PM Julia1984
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** Edgar Rice Burroughs' first novel ''Tarzan of the Apes'' also includes (two separate) scenes of young Tarzan being disgusted when he sees his [[HumansAreUgly hideous reflection]] in a pool of water, and covering himself with mud to make himself look more like an ape.
** During the "Son of Man" montage, Tarzan and Terk lasso and ride a crane; the lasso was Tarzan's WeaponOfChoice in Burroughs' novels (albeit for hunting, not playing).
** The blackboard scene where Jane gets so lost in her thoughts of Tarzan that her father jokingly asks if he should leave them "alone for a moment" is similar to a scene in Burroughs' first novel where Jane describes Tarzan in such a gushing, fangirl-like style that the French soldiers listening are highly amused.
** Clayton calls one of his thugs "Snipes," the name of a minor villain in Burroughs' first novel.



** Tarzan smashing Clayton's gun is a throwback to the old Johnny Weissmuller films, where Tarzan developed a habit of smashing stranger's guns on sight after seeing several of his friends shot (and been shot at himself).

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** Tarzan smashing Clayton's gun is a throwback to the old Johnny Weissmuller films, where Tarzan developed a habit of smashing stranger's strangers' guns on sight after seeing several of his friends shot (and been shot at himself).
18th Jul '17 9:26:01 AM N8han11
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** In a non-zoology-related example, the book series was filled with serial-style adventures, including sci-fi and fantasy elements. The movie keeps its focus on Tarzan's identity crisis and his relationship with Jane. The TV series, in an ExpansionPackWorld way, includef more of the pulp fantasy elements.

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** In a non-zoology-related example, the book series was filled with serial-style adventures, including sci-fi and fantasy elements. The movie keeps its focus on Tarzan's identity crisis and his relationship with Jane. The TV series, in an ExpansionPackWorld way, includef included more of the pulp fantasy elements.
11th Jun '17 9:52:39 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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Tarzan grows up to become a strong gorilla-like man, whose best friends are [[ThoseTwoGuys a tomboy female gorilla and a neurotic elephant]] (Rosie O'Donnell and Wayne Knight). One day, Sabor attacks the gorillas and is defeated by Tarzan, which earns him some respect from Kerchak. But then a British expedition team that came to study gorillas appears, led by Professor Archimedes Q. Porter. His daughter Jane is attacked by baboons, surviving only after being rescued by Tarzan. Now Tarzan must decide where he belongs - and also prevent the [[EgomaniacHunter trigger-happy hunter guide]] Clayton from ruining everything...

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Tarzan grows up to become a strong gorilla-like man, whose best friends are [[ThoseTwoGuys a tomboy tomboyish female gorilla and a neurotic elephant]] (Rosie O'Donnell and Wayne Knight).Creator/WayneKnight). One day, Sabor attacks the gorillas and is defeated by Tarzan, which earns him some respect from Kerchak. But then a British expedition team that came to study gorillas appears, led by Professor Archimedes Q. Porter. His daughter Jane is attacked by baboons, surviving only after being rescued by Tarzan. Now Tarzan must decide where he belongs - and also prevent the [[EgomaniacHunter trigger-happy hunter guide]] Clayton from ruining everything...
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