Monday, November 26, 2018
Michael and Noel are joined by Paxton Holley (Nerd Lunch, Cult Film Club, Hellbent for Letterbox, I Read Movies) to talk about Tarzan and Boy's spy adventure in the Sahara. It's an atypical Tarzan film and Pax - who's relatively fresh to the series - has lots of questions.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
As Sol Lesser and RKO take over the Tarzan series from MGM, Noel and Michael welcome back guest Christopher Mills who helped review Lesser's first Tarzan film, Tarzan the Fearless, on Episode 8 of the podcast. In this new episode, we discuss whether the post-MGM series is in good hands, but also talk about the absence of Jane and of course Tarzan vs. Nazis.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Michael and Noel are joined by writer Martin Powell (Dark Horse Comics' Jungle Tales of Tarzan, Edgar Rice Burroughs Comic Strips) to discuss the final chapter in MGM's Tarzan series. There's a lot to talk about, including Noel's spotting Elmo Lincoln (the first screen Tarzan) in the cast.
Friday, May 18, 2018
Noel and Michael are joined again by Evie (I Hate/Love Remakes) to discuss the penultimate MGM Tarzan film, guest-starring Reginald Owen, Barry Fitzgerald, and Tom Conway's sinister mustache.
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Michael, Noel, and guest David May review the decade that changed Tarzan forever in the public eye. We discuss not just the wild success of MGM and Johnny Weissmuller's interpretation, but the Burroughs novels from the decade as well as imitators from Bomba to Ka-Zar.
Opening music from "Echoes of the Jungle" by Duke Ellington
Closing music from "The Moon of Manakoora" by Dorothy Lamour
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Noel and Michael are joined by guest Alan Middleton (Relatively Geeky Podcast Network, Dorkness to Light) to discuss the fourth MGM/Johnny Weissmuller film and the introduction of a major character to the series.
Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Michael and Noel are joined again by David May to discuss Sol Lesser's second Tarzan movie, the much maligned Tarzan's Revenge starring Glenn Morris. Is it as bad as its reputation or is it worth watching?