History YMMV / TheLegendOfTarzan

15th Apr '16 11:42:00 AM Snicka
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** Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]] by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end, instead of literally roaring in his face. However, they were probably fed up with his antics especially considering that last time they met he almost threw Tarzan to his death.

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** Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]] by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end, instead of literally roaring in his face. However, they were probably Porter's attitude becomes more forgivable if you saw "Tarzan and the Silver Ape" before this episode, where Philander crossed the MoralEventHorizon by almost throwing Tarzan to his death, so Porter is understandably fed up with his antics especially considering that last time they met he almost threw Tarzan to his death.antics.
15th Apr '16 11:37:23 AM Snicka
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* MagnificentBastard: Renard Dumont.

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* HoYay: Max, the journalist in "Tarzan and One Punch Mullargan", is really in awe of Tarzan, with some of his comments sounding like he's got a crush on the ape-man.
* MagnificentBastard: Renard Dumont.Dumont, the smart, cunning and greedy businessman. He shamelessly cheats his clients to make a quick buck, and remains charming while doing so.
12th Jan '16 1:05:26 PM creader
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!!Animated TV series



* MoralEventHorizon: When Tarzan and Professor Porter try to stop Professor Philander from caging (and he plans on killing too) the silver ape Mangani, he cuts a rope Tarzan was hanging on, sending him falling several stories to his apparent death. Rather than let Archimedes examine and try to save his son in law, Philander plans on stranding him at sea and tossing Tarzan's body overboard.

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* MoralEventHorizon: MoralEventHorizon:
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When Tarzan and Professor Porter try to stop Professor Philander from caging (and he plans on killing too) the silver ape Mangani, he cuts a rope Tarzan was hanging on, sending him falling several stories to his apparent death. Rather than let Archimedes examine and try to save his son in law, Philander plans on stranding him at sea and tossing Tarzan's body overboard.



** Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]] by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end, instead of literally roaring in his face.
** They were probably fed up with his antics especially considering that last time they met he almost threw Tarzan to his death.

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** Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]] by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end, instead of literally roaring in his face. \n** They However, they were probably fed up with his antics especially considering that last time they met he almost threw Tarzan to his death.
7th Nov '15 8:55:05 AM Shadowgazer
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** They were probably fed up with his antics especially considering that last time they met he almost threw Tarzan to his death.
7th Nov '15 8:37:38 AM Shadowgazer
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** Lt. Colonel Staquait crossed it by ordering Hugo and Hooft to burn a village full of mostly innocent women and children.

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** Lt. Colonel Staquait crossed it by ordering Hugo and Hooft to burn a village full of mostly innocent women and children. AND then he became obsessed with having them executed for daring to object to this atrocity calling them deserters despite the fact that they had a damn good reason to be.
26th Jan '15 3:33:52 PM MarkLungo
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* HilariousInHindsight: One episode has Tantor state that "they ought to put warning labels on [scary books]". Nowadays, certain books ''do'' have parental advisory stickers, and even ESRB-style breakdowns of objectionable content.

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* HilariousInHindsight: One episode has Tantor state that "they ought to put warning labels on [scary books]". Nowadays, certain books ''do'' have parental advisory stickers, and even ESRB-style [[UsefulNotes/EntertainmentSoftwareRatingsBoard ESRB]]-style breakdowns of objectionable content.



* ViewerGenderConfusion: As with the original Disney film, Terk is often mistaken to be male. This gets {{lampshaded}} several times.

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* ViewerGenderConfusion: As with the original Disney film, Terk is often mistaken to be male. This gets {{lampshaded}} several times.times.
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14th Jan '15 4:13:11 PM dvorak
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* HilariousInHindsight: One episode has Tantor state that "they ought to put warning labels on [scary books]". Nowadays, certain books ''do'' have parental advisory stickers, and even ESRB-style breakdowns of objectionable content.
11th Jan '15 10:50:33 AM Snicka
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** Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]] by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end, instead of literally roaring in his face.

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** Philander at the end of "Tarzan and the Missing Link". This is mostly because of all the protagonists [[TookALevelInJerkass taking a level in jerkass]] by being unnecessarily harsh to Philander. Also, Philander only brought those two men to Africa because they were threatening his life. Porter should've at least been respectful while rejecting Philander's offer at the end, instead of literally roaring in his face.face.
* ViewerGenderConfusion: As with the original Disney film, Terk is often mistaken to be male. This gets {{lampshaded}} several times.
19th Mar '14 11:07:27 PM Scabbard
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* EvilIsSexy: Queen La, most definately.

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* EvilIsSexy: Queen La, most definately.definitely.
23rd Jan '14 6:32:25 PM ANewMan
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* MagnificentBastard: Renard Dumont.
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