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Tarzan the Tiger
15 Chapters - 1929
Tarzan the Tiger is a serial based on the novel Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar by Edgar Rice Burroughs. It stars Frank Merrill as Tarzan, Natalie Kingston as Jane, and Al Ferguson.
It was considered lost at one time but a copy has since been found.
Please Note:  This version was released as a Silent Film
Lord Greystoke (Tarzan) returns to Africa, with Lady Jane and friend Albert Werper, in order to return to Opar. He needs the treasure of Opar in order to secure his estates in England. Werper, however, is actually interested in the gold himself. He is in league with Arab slave trader Achmet Zek who wishes revenge on Tarzan and Lady Jane for himself.
    Frank Merrill as "The Lord of the Manor—known to London as the Earl of Greystoke—and to the Jungle as Tarzan
    Natalie Kingston as "Lady Jane, his wife, who has left the London Society to share his life on the Jungle plantation"
    Al Ferguson as "Albert Werper, Soldier of Fortune—a guest at Greystoke Manor in the guise of a friendly Scientist"
    Kithnou as "The High Priestess of the Sun Worshipers—La
    Sheldon Lewis as "Achmet Zek, a Nomad Chief, against whose traffic in slaves Tarzan has waged relentless war"

    Chapter titles

    Call of the Jungle
    The Road to Opar
    The Altar of the Flaming God
    The Vengeance of La
    Condemned to Death
    Tantor the Terror
    The Dealy Peril
    Loop of Death
    Flight of Werper
    Prisoner of the Apes
    The Jaws of Death
    The Jewels of Opar
    A Human Sacrifice
    Tarzan's Rage
    Tarzan's Triumph
From: Wikipedia the Free Encyclopedia
Your Serial comes on a DVD-R in a Paper Protective Sleeve with Color 
Artwork on the DVD. 
Please keep in mind that this movie is of very good quality for its age, but is over 75 years old. This is Not HD quality and may not look that great on your large flat screen TV.
This Classic Serial is in the Public Domain.

Date of release: Oct 1, 1929
Date entered public domain: Oct 1, 1957