Come On, Tarzan

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Come On, Tarzan is a 1932 film featuring actors such as Ken Maynard (as Ken Benson), Merna Kennedy (Pat Riley), Kate Campbell (Aunt Martha), and Niles Welch (Steve Frazier). A ranch foreman at odds with his female boss, fights outlaws who are killing horses for dog food.[1][2] It was first released on September 11, 1932, and it was filmed in Hidden Valley in Newbury Park, CA, and in Kernville, CA.[3] It was produced by K.B.S. Productions Inc., and is categorized as a western film. It is written and directed by Alan James.



  1. ^ Pitts, Michael R. (2012). Western Movies: A Guide to 5,105 Feature Films, 2d ed. McFarland. Page 825. ISBN 9780786463725.
  2. ^ Taliaferro, John (2002). Tarzan Forever: The Life of Edgar Rice Burroughs the Creator of Tarzan. Simon and Schuster. Page 259. ISBN 9780743236508.
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