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Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (DVD)
This savagely beautiful and profoundly moving saga of a man caught between two very different worlds tells the story of Tarzan from his boyhood among the great apes of Africa to his return to Britain to take his place as part of the aristocracy.]]>
For the 20th anniversary of this adventure, the DVD delivers a new remastered Dolby 5.1 soundtrack and digital transfer of the extended edition that has been on video for years. This additional footage (about six minutes) includes an opening scene with the apes and a key sequence when Tarzan starts his trek to civilization. The only bonus feature is a lackluster commentary track with director Hugh Hudson and producer Garth Thomas. They talk about how their craftsman made the sets blend well with location shooting, but no aspect of the film's checkered history--from a star's voice-dubbing to Robert Towne taking his name off the film--is mentioned. Instead, we get lots of talk about the character's interior monologue, which is pretty apparent. The DVD does include the fantastic original trailer. --Doug Thomas
Have always loved this movie. Buying DVD for my collection plus one as a gift for Christmas.Published 2 days ago by Bonnie Bates
Where else can you see the real Tarzan story?
This is a must have for all who loves the jungle.
This movie introduced Christopher Lambert to the big screen. Read more
One of my favorite Tarzan Movies. Tarzan Movies for me are like the 007 movies. You never get tired of them.Published 19 days ago by Richard Goenaga
sticks to original idea and the effects of one's childhoodPublished 20 days ago by Joseph P. Davidson
Wish there was more of him growing up in the jungle but yes i did like it and have seen it years beforePublished 1 month ago by manuel milhomens