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* KillerGorilla: Tublat killed the former leader of the gorilla group and .

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* KillerGorilla: Tublat killed the former leader of the gorilla group and .and is an enemy of Tarzan.


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* TruerToTheText: The Porters are American, like they were in the original novel, whereas other adaptations usually make them British.

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* {{Bookends}}: The beginning and the ending are both related to the meteor.


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* GreenAesop: Do not meddle with nature. You will be punished for meddling with the meteor rock.


* BigNo: After going to the place he was first found by the gorillas and remembers his humanity, he screams "No".



* KillerGorilla: Tublat.

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* KillerGorilla: Tublat.Tublat killed the former leader of the gorilla group and .


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* PercussiveTherapy: After seeing the pictures of his parents he gets so angry that starts punching things.

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* CompositeCharacter: Tublat takes the role of Kerchak, who was the original rival to Tarzan.


* LostInImitation: Clayton as the primary antagonist comes from [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} the 1999 Disney film]], whereas Tublat as the primary villainous KillerGorilla originates from [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan its spin-off TV series]].

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* LostInImitation: Clayton as the primary human antagonist comes from [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} the 1999 Disney film]], whereas Tublat as the primary a villainous KillerGorilla originates from [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan its spin-off TV series]].

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* LostInImitation: Clayton as the primary antagonist comes from [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} the 1999 Disney film]], whereas Tublat as the primary villainous KillerGorilla originates from [[WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfTarzan its spin-off TV series]].

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* AdaptationalNationality: It appears that Tarzan and his parents are American, unlike in the original books where they're British.


* AdaptationalNationality: It appears that Tarzan and his parents are American.
** [[Literature/{{Tarzan}} The original books]], however, they were indeed American, so this trope only applies if you consider it [[RecursiveAdaptation an adaptation of the Disney adaptation]].


* [[Literature/{{Tarzan}} The original books]], however, they were indeed American, so this trope only applies if you consider it [[RecursiveAdaptation an adaptation of the Disney adaptation]].

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* ** [[Literature/{{Tarzan}} The original books]], however, they were indeed American, so this trope only applies if you consider it [[RecursiveAdaptation an adaptation of the Disney adaptation]].

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* [[Literature/{{Tarzan}} The original books]], however, they were indeed American, so this trope only applies if you consider it [[RecursiveAdaptation an adaptation of the Disney adaptation]].



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* WildChild: Tarzan, obviously.


* WhenTreesAttack: Tarzan and Jane are attacked by mutated trees as they enter the meteorite chasm.

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* WhenTreesAttack: Tarzan and Jane are attacked by mutated [[{{mutants}} mutated]] trees as they enter the meteorite chasm.


''Tarzan'' (released as ''Tarzan 3D'' in some markets.) is a German 3D computer-animated motion capture film directed and produced by German producer Reinhard Klooss.

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''Tarzan'' (released as ''Tarzan 3D'' in some markets.) markets) is a German 3D computer-animated motion capture film directed and produced by German producer Reinhard Klooss.



* BigBad: Clayton
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Clayton
* DisneyVillainDeath: Clayton and Smith are last seen plunging to their deaths in an out of control helicopter.

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* BigBad: Clayton
Clayton, natch.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Clayton
Clayton.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Clayton and Smith are last seen plunging to their deaths in an out of control out-of-control helicopter.



* KillerGorilla: Tublat

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* KillerGorilla: TublatTublat.



* TakeMyHand: Happens multiple times in the movie. It ends tragically when Kala reaches for her baby, with the branch snapping before she can reach him. When Jane falls of the cliff, Tarzan manages to grab her but loses his grip so that she falls into the river and he has to dive in after her. When Jane misses her jump over the chasm in the climax, Tarzan grabs her and promises to never let go.

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* TakeMyHand: Happens multiple times in the movie. It ends tragically when Kala reaches for her baby, with the branch snapping before she can reach him. When Jane falls of the cliff, Tarzan manages to grab her her, but loses his grip so that she falls into the river and he has to dive in after her. When Jane misses her jump over the chasm in the climax, Tarzan grabs her and promises to never let go.

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* AdaptationNameChange: Tarzan and his parents' last name went from Clayton to Greystoke.
* AdaptationalNationality: It appears that Tarzan and his parents are American.
* BigBad: Clayton

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