Cinema: New Pictures: Apr. 4, 1932

Tarzan, the Ape Man (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) begins in matter-of-fact fashion when a young English girl named Jane Parker (Maureen O'Sullivan) arrives at the cozy hut of her father, an African trader. She is a pleasant character and one not easily startled. Her most definite characteristic is a warm enthusiasm for maternity which makes her approve of 1) an African baby in a bag, 2) a hippopotababy waddling after its mother, 3) a small shaggy ape which seems to be an orphan. When she goes with her father's expedition...

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