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  1. The Son Of Tarzan by Burroughs, Edgar Rice
  2. Korak, Son of Tarzan
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She selected a prominent actor named James Pierce, and later they were married. Very good in a very good dust jacket, housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. Red cloth cover shows minor wear and tear, rubbing.

The Son Of Tarzan by Burroughs, Edgar Rice

Front of dust jacket cut out and affixed to the front pastedown, description of book affixed to the front free endpaper. Gift inscriptions on the ffep and the back of the frontispiece. Pages are clean. Ships with Tracking Number!

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Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! First Edition; second state printing? Hall on the copyright page, but with the dedication. Seller: Peter L. Published: Condition: First Edition; second state printing?

Hard Cover with Dust Jacket. Early reprint; small octavo, pages. Publisher's red cloth, pictorial dust jacket; date written on FEP. Text lightly toned, dust jacket is very good. Condition: Very Good. Toronto: Toronto News Company, Limited, First Canadian Edition. Green cloth hardcover.

White stain on back cover, small tears in top of p. Has date on title-page, plus the dedication to son Hulbert Burroughs on the dedication page, which matches the McClurg book 3 in Bergen's Burroughs Biography. Chicago: A. First edition. Gift inscription in ink dated to front free endpaper, rear hinge cracked, rubbing to edges of cloth, spine leaned, a good copy.

Octavo, pp. Hall imprint on verso of title leaf and no dedication leaf. The fourth book of the Tarzan series. Total of 32, copies printed. There were multiple printings, probably five, last two dated Clareson, Science Fiction in America, ss Bleiler , p. Reginald Heins ST Zeuschner Seller: John W. Knott, Jr. Small 8vo.

Seller: Antic Hay Books Published: Burt Co, Early reprint. Pale green buckram, lettered in black. Extremites rubbed, else Near Fine, in lightly chipped dust jacket listing 12 Burroughs titles on rear panel. Extremites rubbed, else Near Fine, in lightly chipped dust jacket listing 12 Burroughs ti Edition: Early reprint. Red cloth binding. Hard Cover. McClurg and Co, First Edition. Hall printing on verso of title page, illustrated by J.

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Bound in green cloth lettered in gilt, rubbing to spine ends and corners, a bit of dust soiling to page edges. A very good copy with small bookseller's ticket to rear pastedown, lacks dust jacket. Burt Co.. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Early Reprint. Green cloth. Book page edges stained. DJ spine darkened, spine ends and corners lightly chipped, small "4" penned spine, spine and rear panel rubbed, but overall a tight solid sound copy with DJ protected in mylar.

Seller: Old Editions Inc. Only in fair condition, this is a prime example of what has made the work of Burroughs endearing to this day.

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The pages are worn, there is no dust jacket and the binding is loose but for the right collector this is a treasure. Seller: rivers. Tauchnitz edtion. Black cloth backed boards rebinding of the original wraps ed. Small previous owner stamp on front fly, small, very light stain upper edges first few pages, shelfware, V Good.

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May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Illustrations by J. John though his name is not present on the title page and the frontis has been omitted. Bound in original red cloth with lettering in black. Top of the text block dyed green. This left the serial without a star again until Revier cast Hawaiian actor Kamuela C.

Searle , who had played an important part in Cecil B. DeMille 's Male and Female , as Korak. Searle spent four weeks in the desert prior to filming "hardening" himself in preparation for the role. Mae Giraci was cast as the young Meriem. Dempsey Tabler , a Tennessee athlete with experience in light opera , was cast as Tarzan. Tabler was in his mids at the time, making him the oldest actor to debut as Tarzan to date.

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As he was balding, he wore a bad, unconvincing wig for the part. He was not popular as Tarzan and this was his final performance on screen. With this serial she was reprising her role as Jane from The Revenge of Tarzan. Production started 15 May , with the intention of an autumn release.

This timetable could not be kept to and Revier hired an assistant director, Arthur J. Flavin , in June to speed up production. As the audience may not have been aware of the background to the Tarzan story, Revier arranged a pictorial prologue to acquaint them with the basics. This played at the start of the first chapter and the idea was extended to replace the written opening synopsis of the story so far in each subsequent chapter. As a pre- Hays Code production, the film shows Nita Martan bathing nude , and several shots show her breasts pop out of her skimpy costume during fight and chase scenes.

While filming the fifteenth chapter an accident occurred on set involving Searle and the elephant playing Tantor. Searle had been tied to a stake and, following a Tarzan Yell, Tantor was supposed to come to his rescue, pull the stake out of the ground and place Searle down again. Instead of placing him gently on the ground, however, the elephant thrust him down so hard it shattered the stake.