|born on||1 December 1911 at 20:00 (= 8:00 PM )|
|Place||Chicago IL, USA, 41n52, 87w39|
|Timezone||CST h6w (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||08°47' 14°38 Asc. 29°21'|
American fictional character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. A favorite of generations, the Tarzan books continued with a series of episodes, and a number of motion picture and TV productions. The first film, Tarzan, was produced 1/27/1918, and the comic strip began 1/07/1929, with a come-back production of Tarzan look-alike, "George of the Jungle" produced by Disney Movies in 1997.
Among the actors who have played the role of Tarzan, there is Buster Crabbe in "Tarzan the Fearless," 1933; Johnny Weissmuller in 12 films, including "Tarzan Escapes," 1936; Glenn Morris, "Tarzan's Revenge," 1938; Lex Barker, "Tarzan's Magic Fountain," 1949; Denny Miller, "Tarzan the Apeman," 1959; Christopher Lambert, "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan," 1984; Jason Scott Lee, "The Jungle Book," 1994 and Gordon Scott in five movies, including "Tarzan's Hidden Jungle," 1997; Casper Van Dien, "Tarzan and the Lost City," 1998.
- compare to chart of Burroughs, Edgar Rice (born 1 September 1875)
- compare to chart of Crabbe, Buster (born 7 February 1908)
- compare to chart of Ely, Ron (born 21 June 1938)
- compare to chart of Miller, Denny (born 25 April 1934)
- compare to chart of Weismuller, Johnny (born 2 June 1904)
Robert Skeetz quotes p.126 of "Edgar Rice Burroughs" for a photostat copy of p.2 of the manuscript of "Tarzan of the Apes," which appeared in a magazine October, 1912. John S. Brown in MH Ext 4/1990 quotesthe Irwin Porfes biography, "The Man Who Created Tarzan," Brigham Young Univ. Press, 1975, for the same time of the beginning of the Tarzan myth. The original manuscript was noted for its conclusion on May 14, 1912, 10:25 PM CST, Chicago, IL.
- Notable : Famous : Historic figure (Model primitive man)
- Notable : Book Collection : Culture Collection