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Basic facts

Original title Tarzan Finds a Son!
Film type Feature
Category Fiction
Original work
Production country
Production company
Classification Barntillåten
Swedish release 1939-09-25


Ian Hunter
Austin Lancing

Henry Stephenson
Sir Thomas Lancing

Frieda Inescort
mrs Lancing

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Johnny Weismuller Tarzan
Maureen O'Sullivan Jane
Johnny Sheffield pojken
Ian Hunter Austin Lancing
Henry Stephenson Sir Thomas Lancing
Frieda Inescort mrs Lancing
Henry Wilcoxon mr Sande
Laraine Day mrs Richard Lancing
Morton Lowry Richard Lancing
Gavin Muir piloten


Produktionsbolag Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc.
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) AB Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 1939
Cinema International Corporation 1977
Distributor in Sweden (DVD) Warner Bros. Entertainment Sverige AB 2004

Swedish censorship / rating

Censorship number 59863
Date 1958-12-03
Classification Barntillåten
Original length 2245 meters
Censored length 2175 meters

Censorship number 59863
Date 1939-08-04
Classification Barntillåten
Original length 2200 meters
Censored length 2180 meters

Original work

Original title Tarzan (Ficticious characters)
Created by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Release dates

Release in Sweden 1939-09-25 Riviera Sweden 79 min
TV showing 1995-05-28 Femman Sweden
1997-02-15 Kanal 5 Sweden
DVD release 2004-11-24 Sweden

Holdings Film

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Element type Print
Gauge 35 mm
Length 2083

Element type Print
Gauge 35 mm
Length 43

Element type Print
Item base Acetate
Gauge 35 mm

Holdings Posters

Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100

Holdings Stills

Black and white print SET
Colour prints 13
Album No

Holdings Promotion materials

Type Program/Promotion material

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