Thursday, March 27, 2014

Tarzan and the Valley of Gold is a 1966 fantasy film starring Mike Henry as the King of the Jungle.

Who cared about chimps and gold and evil men ruining an ancient culture when Mike Henry had pecs like those??????????????

The film infamously depicts Tarzan as a business-suited, globe-trotting billionaire with jets and skycraper offices. David Opatoshu is a criminal mastermind who learns that Mexican boy Ramel may know the location of the Valley of Gold. So he oddly tries to kill him and everyone he knows. But luckily Tarzan was contacted first, and a running battle with Opatoshu's small army on the way to the city ensues.

Henry -- a linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers (1958-61) and the Los Angeles Rams (1962-64) -- starred in three Tarzan films.

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