Jane must rescue Tarzan when he is almost killed when an old mineshaft collapses.
Tarzan helps a young black doctor face a tribal test that will enable him to become chief of his people.
Roger decedes to return home to be with an old flame, but Tarzan and the others use an environmental challenge to change his mind.
A man seeking vengeance places a voodoo curse on Tarzan.
Mysterious events thought to be caused by an ancient artifact, force Tarzan to return the infamous Sapphire Elephant to its resting place in a sacred temple in the jungle.
When an earthquake threatens Tarzan's life, the animals of the jungle do their part to rescue him.
An aging anthropologist re-discovers the small family of gorillas that he found many years ago, at the start of career.
Roger learns that love is as delicate for humans as it is for animals.
The new commissioner, Wilfred Claxton, arrives in Bandali. He is an arrogant, abrasive man who knows little about the jungle. His main objectives are developing a game park strictly for hunting and getting rid of Tarzan.
Cheetah steals Lex Monroe's illegally mined diamond, setting up another face off between the mercenary and the King of the Apes.
In the jungle a stranger appears and starts to test, according to him with the authorities' approval, a defoliant. Tarzan and his friends cannot stand seeing how the woods are destroyed. They intervene right there.
A sheik comes to the jungle wanting oil, but decides he also wants Jane. Tarzan must rescue her in the midst of a forest fire.
Roger has a brush with death that leads Tarzan on a collision course with a man dumping chemcal pollutants and threatening to destroy the ocean.
Tarzan encounters two greedy, evil karate warriors who are smuggling ground up rhinoceros horns out of the country.
When Roger tries to prove himself by single-handedly recovering a fossil, he lands in a field of exploding fire geysers. Tarzan must save him.
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