Tarzan page 1


(4.2 stars; 8 reviews)

Tarzan the Old time radio show. These are from 1932-1933

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.

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Chapters

Episode 1 10:16
Episode 2 8:53
Episode 3 10:50
Episode 4 10:41
Episode 5 9:52
Episode 6 10:57
Episode 7 9:37
Episode 8 9:43
Episode 9 10:45
Episode 10 10:43
Episode 11 10:45
Episode 12 10:37
Episode 13 10:59
Episode 14 11:13
Episode 15 10:15
Episode 16 9:38
Episode 17 10:46
Episode 18 10:41
Episode 19 9:34
Episode 20 10:25
Episode 21 10:45
Episode 22 11:06
Episode 23 7:36
Episode 24 9:23
Episode 25 10:13
Episode 26 10:28
Episode 27 10:34
Episode 28 9:44
Episode 29 9:51
Episode 30 10:34
Episode 31 10:08
Episode 32 9:49
Episode 33 10:28
Episode 34 10:12
Episode 35 10:03
Episode 36 9:36
Episode 37 9:49
Episode 38 9:43
Episode 39 9:16
Episode 40 10:19
Episode 41 11:12
Episode 42 11:17
Episode 43 11:02
Episode 44 11:49
Episode 45 11:05
Episode 46 11:35
Episode 47 12:10
Episode 48 11:53
Episode 49 12:02
Rescuers Seek Safety in Cave 11:56
Episode 51 11:41
Sounds in the Cave 7:53
Episode 53 11:19
Episode 54 12:04
Episode 55 11:22
Episode 56 13:15
Episode 57 10:45
Episode 58 12:06
Episode 59 12:05
Episode 60 10:55
Episode 61 11:48
Episode 62 10:46
Episode 63 11:55
Episode 64 10:24
Episode 65 11:24
Episode 66 12:03
Episode 67 10:48
Episode 68 12:04
Episode 69 11:50
Episode 70 12:03
Episode 71 11:27
Episode 72 12:20
Episode 73 12:50
Episode 74 12:05
Episode 75 12:09
Episode 76 13:04
Episode 77 10:47

Reviews

King of the Apes

(5 stars)

I just love listening to this on my MP3 player when I have some free time. (It takes more effort than music, but less effort than a book) Some is so classic, some old fashioned, and some just laughable. The original Tarzan call is hilarious. Whoever changed it to the now legendary Tarzan call was brilliant once you hear the first one you will see how badly the radio version was. I bet kids would like it too for car trips. There is a wholesome simplicity and I am downloading more episodes to see what happens next.

The Early Primative Days of Radio Serials

(2 stars)

Tarzan, who charms in the movies with his utter physicality, and simplistic dialogue, is not a natural subject for radio. In this group of shows, which features Edgar Rice Burroughs daughter as Jane, and his son in law as Tarzan, we writers fail to meet the challenge of trying to design a radio show around an inarticulate character. The pace of the episodes is glacial, and the racism is casual and constant. Tarzan completists might be interested because of the Burroughes family's invovlvement. Otherwise, skip. Chandu the Magician and Jungle Jim do a better job at providing the same sort of entertainment.

More to the story

(4 stars)

I should mention that this episode 77 isn't the end of the series and apparently there are more episodes that are missing . I would love to see them appear one day.

this is the complete series...

(5 stars)

This is the complete series despite the name page 1. Page 2 had way more modern series from the fifties. This is the original 1930's series,however.