Tarzan Goes To India review: Jock Mahoney Dares You To Get Offended | AndersonVision
Tarzan Goes to India asks a lot of Tarzan fans. In the 1960s, the legendary franchise was getting stale. So classic man cinema director John Guillermin decided to take his second Tarzan adventure to India. This time, he has to stop some evil people from creating an environmental hazard that will kill elephants. The film was an effort to capitalize on the emerging Bollywood market. However, the premise is thin. Some Indian engineers want to build an electric dam, but Tarzan is concerned about the elephants it might kill. No concern is given to the millions of Indians that needed electricity.