Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Tarzan: Lord of the Louisiana Jungle now for sale

Remember that Tarzan documentary I mentioned earlier in the year? It's called Tarzan: Lord of the Louisiana Jungle and tells the story of the shooting of the first Tarzan movie in the Louisiana swamps near Morgan City. Not only that, but filmmaker Al Bohl restored the classic, silent film and debuted it in Morgan City along with his documentary.

Well, both films are now available on a 2-disc DVD package directly from Bohl. I just ordered mine.

Disc One: 
Tarzan: Lord of the Louisiana Jungle (Documentary - 1 hour 14 minutes)
Special Features:
  • Featurette: A Conversation with George T. McWhorter
  • Featurette: Atchafalaya Heritage
  • A collection of Tarzan yells from fans
  • The Audubon Zoo

Disc Two
Tarzan of the Apes (Silent Motion Picture - 1 hour)
This film has been re-edited for continuity. A new musical score by Kermit Poling has been added.


Erik Johnson Illustrator said...

Speaking of Tarzan I saw this and thought of you.

Michael May said...

That's awesome! I love that he used characters from actual jungle comics.

Erik Johnson Illustrator said...

Funky's movie a number of references to classic comics lately. The art in the strip is great, but the writing is sadly only so-so most of the time.


Related Posts with Thumbnails