Tarzan (1966–1968)
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The Golden Runaway 

After a mission fire, a mysterious amount of cash appears to rebuild it. Tarzan leads Martha Talbot and Henry Fitzroy to find the elusive benefactor who turns out to be Red McGeehan the headman of an isolated tribe.

Director:

Lawrence Dobkin

Writer:

Carey Wilber
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Ron Ely ... Tarzan
Manuel Padilla Jr. ... Jai
Sean McClory ... Red McGeehan
Gia Scala ... Martha Tolbooth
Stacy Harris ... Henry Fitzroy
Khalil Bezaleel ... Chundra Lal
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After a mission fire, a mysterious amount of cash appears to rebuild it. Tarzan leads Martha Talbot and Henry Fitzroy to find the elusive benefactor who turns out to be Red McGeehan the headman of an isolated tribe.

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Action | Adventure

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 February 1967 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Brazil

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Gia Scala on the downside
26 February 2007 | by weghalbertSee all my reviews

This episode is notable for having Gia Scala. One only has to see how badly her looks and talent had eroded in her 3rd to last acting role in this TV show "Tarzan" with Ron Ely. Toward the end of the show,she has scenes where she is not even looking toward the camera,perhaps having to do a voice over,(unable to remember her lines)or perhaps reading her lines from a paper on the ground. and the ending is very strange ,like she did not even show up for filming and they had to patch together a ending to the show, with no Gia on the set. (Gia died of a overdose of alcohol and sleeping pills suicide in 1972 after unsuccessful attempts in 1958, when her Mother died, and 1971 ,after learning her ex husband married Barbara Anderson less than a year after their divorce ) A sad end to a very promising career. Sean McClory is good (as he always is) in his role.


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