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A Comparison of Tom Brown's School Days (1940),Tom Brown's Schooldays (1951),Tom Brown's Schooldays (1971) & Tom Brown's Schooldays (2005)
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Robert Stevenson directed the 1940 film, for which he has a writing credit for additional dialogue. His directorial credits begin in 1932 with a film called Blonde Dream. He directed King Solomon's Mines (1937), Jayne Eyre (1943). From 1952 to 1957 most of his directorial work was for television series and episodes. Then he began a long career directing Walt Disney films. Johnny Tremain (1957) and Old Yeller (1957); Darby O'Gill and the Little People (1959), The Absent Minded Professor (1961), oh, I forgot Kidnapped (1960), Mary Poppins (1964), The Love Bug (1968), The Shaggy D.A. (1976). I left out several, you probably guessed. Stevens directed three films early in his career that I have seen thanks to archive.org: Non-Stop New York (1937), Tom Brown's School Days (1940) and Dishonored Lady (1947). Of course, I have seen many of his Disney directing gigs. Stevenson died in 1986, with his last directorial credit for "Blackbeard's Ghost" Part 2 (1982) on Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color. Stevens directed 27 episodes of that famous TV show, but many of them were for divided up movies that had been released theatrically. For example, Blackbeard's Ghost (1968) was a film for theaters before it was adapted for the television show. Thus, it is possible that Stevenson's last actual de novo directorial work was for The Shaggy D.A. Stevenson was nominated for awards, and won 3 honors, two of which were for Mary Poppins (1964).


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Gordon Parry (1908–1981) is not only the director of the 1951 second remake film, but he is the father-in-law of Peter Brook, who directed Lord of the Flies (1963). Parry's first directorial credit was affixed to the opening titles of Bond Street (1948). His final directorial credit was for five episodes of The Adventures of Robin Hood (1960) a TV series that I remember watching as a tween. Of course, with a total of 143 episodes over four seasons, the chances that I saw any of the five 1960 episodes that he directed are about 50:50. Maybe slimmer. Between 1935 and 1951 Gordon Parry's name appeared beside the word Producer in the credits. He produced Night Was Our Friend (1951) in the same year that he directed Tom Brown's Schooldays (1951).



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Gareth Davies was, and remains, an actor. From 1951 to 1963 his screen credits are all for acting in TV series and one theatrical film, ten roles in all. Beginning with two episodes of the TV series Compact (1964), Davies took to directing. He was successful enough at that trade that he garnered 64 directorial credits through 1997. The bulk of his direction was for series, with an occasional television movie in the mix. Apart from the Tom Brown series, those that I've heard of are Oliver Twist (1985) (which I have seen) for which he directed episode one, and two other series that I seem to recall being promoted on PBS in the States: Goodbye Mr. Chips (1984) and The Diary of Anne Frank (1987). Davies won an Emmy award for Bicentennial Minutes (1974), which he shared with the producers.



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David Moore directed five episodes of Peak Practice (1998) to begin his career as a television director. Since then he has accumulated 24 credits, although most of these are for multiple episodes within TV series. In 2005 and 2006 he had a trio of made-for-TV movies. Tom Brown's Schooldays (2005) was the first of these. Moore's most recent credits are for two episodes of Jamestown (2016). Notably, to a PBS viewer of old, he directed three episodes of The Forsyte Saga (2002). He also directed three Agatha Christie episodes: one for Poirot and two for Miss Marple. Moore's 2006 made-for-TV Sweeny Todd got a nomination for the Banff Television Festival.

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Non-Stop New York. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 'The New York Times review called it a "well-staged and moderately entertaining Class B melodrama" featuring "a transatlantic airplane as richly imaginative as a front-cover of Popular Science or a Buck Rogers space ship."'

Night Was Our Friend. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A film produced by the director of the 1951 Tom Brown's Schooldays movie. 'The film was made by ACT Films as a B Movie intended to be released on the lower-half of a double bill. Based on a play by Michael Pertwee the film was made at the Viking Studios in Kensington. The film's sets were designed by art director Duncan Sutherland. It was considered above average for a B film, and was shown on the Odeon circuit of cinemas and also given a release in the United States.'

Oliver Twist (1985 TV serial). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 'Oliver Twist is a 1985 BBC TV serial. It was directed by Gareth Davies, and adapted by Alexander Baron from the novel by Charles Dickens. It follows the book more closely than any of the other film adaptions.'

The Forsyte Saga (2002 miniseries). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. One of the directors was David Moore, who directed the 2005 Tom Brown TV movie. 'In 2002, the first two books and the first interlude of John Galsworthy's trilogy The Forsyte Saga were adapted by Granada Television for the ITV network. Additional funding for this production was provided by American PBS station WGBH, the 1967 BBC version having been a success on PBS in the early 1970s.'

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TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
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Not Quite a Remake Rematch of The Tingler (1959), Night of the Creeps (1986) & Slither (2006)
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Robb White (1909–1990) written by. Novelist White has only 15 writing credits at IMDb, but, hell, that's 15 more than I have. He worked with William Castle on five movies. He has posthumous credits for remakes of three and a sequel to one of those films. He wrote a novel, Deathwatch, that was turned into a TV movie Savages (1974), and made again as Beyond the Reach (2014) which gives White one more posthumous credit. Robb White was born in the Philippines in 1909, and died in an automobile accident in 1990 in Santa Barbara California. Along the way White had three kids, two wives, had a walk-on part in the first Castle film, and associate-produced the last one. Four screen writing credits refer to books he wrote. The rest are for screenplays that he penned. Macabre (1958), House on Haunted Hill (1959) The Tingler (1959) and 13 Ghosts (1960) are his best-known screen works. This gives him posthumous story or character creation credits for House on Haunted Hill (1999), Thir13en Ghosts (2001) and Return to House on Haunted Hill (video, 2007).


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Fred Dekker written by (and directed by). This man has been all over the place. He was born in 1959 in San Francisco, and still lives in California, so we're not talking geographically all over the place. He has directed, written and produced a small number of films and television series. He wrote the story for House (1985). He wrote and directed Night of the Creeps (1986) and co-wrote and directed The Monster Squad (1987). These two became cult films. He is quoted as having said, "You never set out to make a cult movie." Dekker wrote and directed RoboCop 3 (1993), reputed to be bad, I haven't seen it, but it was playing once when I walked through the living room of this house as an out-of-town guest when my kids and their cousin were young. I didn't even know that until I skimmed the IMDb synopsis of the movie. Then Dekker wrote 4 episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise. Meanwhile he was the consulting producer for 21 episodes of Enterprise in 2001 and 2002. He wrote the screenplay for The Predator (2018) which is currently in post-production.


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James Gunn written by, is the writer for Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Vol 2. (2017) and Vol 3. (announced). But at one time he was writing movies like Slither (2006). Once associated with Troma Productions, he broke out into more mainstream work with Slither. But before he did that, he was the uncredited writer of Thir13en Ghosts (2001), credited for Scooby Doo (2002), Dawn of the Dead (2004), and, even earlier, Tromeo and Juliet (1996), his first writer credit. Whether you consider any of these worthwhile films or not is up to you. He is an admirer of early horror films, and wanted to make a 1980s horror movie. So he wrote and directed Slither. Gunn has a total of 27 writing credits at IMDb, alongside 16 producer credits and 13 director credits. Gunn even has 8 soundtrack credits as writer of some of the songs in his films. I guess we'll see how many Guardians of the Galaxy films he can make, eh?



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'The Lion's Paw' by Robb White holds its grip on old Florida from Tampa Bay Times, by Jeff Klinkenberg, Times Staff Writer Friday, November 7, 2008 12:08pm. Source of Photo of Robb White. 'He was born on a remote island near the Philippines in 1909. His parents were Episcopal missionaries. His friends, at least as he described them, sounded like cannibals. Growing up wild, he spent time in North Carolina, Virginia and Thomasville, a small Georgia town just across the Florida border. At 13 he felt destined to be a writer; somehow he ended up at the U.S. Naval Academy.'

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BRN Tom Brown's Schooldays Es 1 2 3 4 Sc Di DP SFX Mu Rv1 2
DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
PAI Pinocchio/A. I. Es2 Rv1 DP Mu
SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
TZN Tarzan of the Apes/Tarzan the Ape Man/Greystoke Sc Di Rv1 2 3 Es1 2 3 4 5

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Tech posts continue. They are relatively quick, and there are scores of them left to post.

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DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
PAI Pinocchio/A. I. Es2 Rv1 DP Mu
SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
TZN Tarzan of the Apes/Tarzan the Ape Man/Greystoke Sc Di Rv1 2 3 Es1 2 3 4 5

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A Comparison of Tom Brown's School Days (1940),Tom Brown's Schooldays (1951),Tom Brown's Schooldays (1971) & Tom Brown's Schooldays (2005)
Behind the Lens

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Nicholas Musuraca (1892–1975) was nominated for the Best Cinematography, Black-and-White Oscar in 1949, for his work on I Remember Mama (1948). Was that the highlight of his long career? The Virgin Queen (1923) was his first project to light and shoot. By the time he shot three episodes of F Troop (TV, 1966) he had 225 cinematography credits as listed at IMDb. That's 43 years at an average rate of 5.2 titles per year. Musuraca's television work began with 13 episodes of The Lone Wolf (TV, 1954-1955). After that time he worked in both features and television. Many TV shows were originated on film as late as the 1990s, and almost all dramatic and comedy series made during Nick Musuraca's career were filmed. By 1966, when he retired, his footage would still have been edited in the same way as a film would be edited; only much faster. By the year of his death, 1975, his successors would still be shooting film, but some programs were edited as video, transferred from the film negative to 2" videotape, and then assembled electronically. His work was mostly on B pictures. IMDb shows his most notable film features to be Out of the Past (1947), The Spiral Staircase (1946) and Cat People (1942). I've seen the earliest of those.

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C.M. Pennington-Richards (1911–2005) was a cinematographer from the time of his work on a short film, William Tindale (1937) through the days of The Reluctant Saint (1962). But in 1953 he also directed a film, The Horse's Mouth. For a few years he worked in both areas, but in 1958 and after, Pennington-Richards was exclusively a film director. The same year as he lensed the Tom Brown film, he photographed a well-known adaptation of A Christmas Carol (1951), which I grew up watching at holiday time on television. Pennington-Richards also ventured into the general arena of another of these Rematches when he directed a Gordon Scott-starring Tarzan and the Lost Safari (1957), which I also watched on TV in my early teens.

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John Baker has two categories of credits listed at IMDb. He has 19 cinematographer credits, which do not include this TV series, and 37 camera and electrical departments credits, into which his work on the 1971 television series does fall. Even though the credit reads "film camera - 1 episode" there is film camera work on all five episodes, and no other credit is given. Apart from the BBC series, the only other work by Baker that I know I have seen, is for his assistant camera work on Tarzan and the Jungle Boy (1968) which I acquired as an adjunct to the Tarzan Remake Rematch in this Round, and his film camera operation in Black-Adder II (1986). Baker worked on other series and shows that I've heard of, such as Doctor Who (21 episodes 1971-1984, and 8 episodes 1967-1983), Sherlock Holmes (2 episodes 1966), and The Three Musketeers (mini-series 1966). Many of these turned up on PBS shows, of course.

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Ryszard Lenczewski was born in Poland in 1948, and began working in films as cinematographer in 1974. It looks like his first theatrical feature was Bestia (1979), and over the course of his career so far, he has received 31 nominations for awards, for which he won 16 times. His work on Ida (2013) garnered an Oscar nom in 2015. He is also known for My Summer of Love (2004), Intermission (2003), the Anna Karenina TV mini-series (2000), and Margaret (2011). To date, Lenczewski has 55 cinematography credits in his IMDb listing. Interestingly, he has two credits for Legend of the White Horse (1987), the second being for special effects. So far, the Tom Brown TV film is the only example of his work I have seen.


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BRH Battle Royale/Hunger Games Es1 3 4 Sc Rv1 2
BRN Tom Brown's Schooldays Es 1 2 3 4 Sc Di DP SFX Mu Rv1 2
DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
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SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
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There are a mere 2.5 score tech posts left to go.

Stop crying.

All told there are a paltry 85 scheduled posts in order to finish the Round Four Rematches.

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in progress:
BIC Bicycle Thieves/Beijing Bicycle Es1, 4 Rv1 DP
BRH Battle Royale/Hunger Games Es1 3 4 Sc Rv1 2
BRN Tom Brown's Schooldays Es 1 2 3 4 Sc Di DP SFX Mu Rv1 2
DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
PAI Pinocchio/A. I. Es2 Rv1 DP Mu
SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
TZN Tarzan of the Apes/Tarzan the Ape Man/Greystoke Sc Di Rv1 2 3 Es1 2 3 4 5

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If you're going to be snide about it, hand-puppet, I'll just leave it to you to finish the whole damned thing! 8-)

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BRH Battle Royale/Hunger Games Es1 3 4 Sc Rv1 2
BRN Tom Brown's Schooldays Es 1 2 3 4 Sc Di DP SFX Mu Rv1 2
DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
PAI Pinocchio/A. I. Es2 Rv1 DP Mu
SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
TZN Tarzan of the Apes/Tarzan the Ape Man/Greystoke Sc Di Rv1 2 3 Es1 2 3 4 5

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Who are you calling hand-puppet!??!?

Oh. I see.

:oops:

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BRH Battle Royale/Hunger Games Es1 3 4 Sc Rv1 2
BRN Tom Brown's Schooldays Es 1 2 3 4 Sc Di DP SFX Mu Rv1 2
DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
PAI Pinocchio/A. I. Es2 Rv1 DP Mu
SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
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SieMeineNameGenommenHaben wieder gewinnt! 8-) 8-)

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BIC Bicycle Thieves/Beijing Bicycle Es1, 4 Rv1 DP
BRH Battle Royale/Hunger Games Es1 3 4 Sc Rv1 2
BRN Tom Brown's Schooldays Es 1 2 3 4 Sc Di DP SFX Mu Rv1 2
DRB Devil's Backbone/Dorm Es1 2 Rv1 2 Sc
HEL Mayor of Hell/Crime School/Hell's Kitchen DP Rv1 Es1
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SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
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Vernon L. Walker (1894–1948) worked in the studio system, which allowed him to generate 223 special effects credits in a career that lasted from 1932 to 1948. He also has 71 credits for cinematography that range from 1920 to 1936. Walker created special effects for The Most Dangerous Game (1932) to start the second phase of his Hollywood career. In the next year he would photograph King Kong, The Druggist's Dilemma and The Son of Kong (all 1933) and create special photographic effects for six films, including Flying Down to Rio (1933). In 1939 and 1940 his special effects would grace the silver screen as part of the entertainment in 42 films, including Gunga Din (1939), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), Tom Brown's School Days (1940) and Swiss Family Robinson (1940) from the same production company, Dance, Girl, Dance (1940) and Little Men (1940). He would also work on Notorious (1946) and Sinbad the Sailor (1947). His last feature would be Variety Time (1948) released in the same year in which Walker died at age 53. It would be difficult to know which of his films was most famous. Perhaps Citizen Kane (1941), possibly one of the Hitchcock films, maybe The Bells of St. Mary's (1945). He was nominated by the AMPAS four times for special effects Oscars, but never took home a statue.

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no person credited for special effects.

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no person credited for special effects.

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Chris Brett's three special visual effects credits are all from 2005. His television career as chronicled by IMDb began in 1996 and ended in 2005. Perhaps he got a better offer?

Tony Fisher has 2 visual effects credits (one of which is for the 2005 Tom Brown film) and 14 art department credits, all of which are for graphic design. Interestingly, Top of the Pops (1964) for which he was a graphic designer in 2004, is the man's earliest TV credit. His latest is for an episode of Dalziel and Pascoe in 2007. The two visual effects credits are from 2002 and 2005, so perhaps he was attempting to change gears.




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SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
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Back to swinging through the rainforest.

Tarzan generated the most essay ideas, and just below you will find essay number 5.

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SKN Victim/Skin I Live In Es1 3 Di Rv1 2
TNS Tingler/Creeps/Slither Rv1 Rv2 Rv3 Es1 Sc SFX Mu
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A Comparison of Tarzan of the Apes (1918), Tarzan the Ape Man (1932) and Greystoke (1983)

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Thoughts on the Evolution of the Lord of the Apes

This essay may seem a lot like Essay 2, but it grew out of a different idea, although part of it was originally part of Essay 2! I cut those parts out and moved them to this essay. I hope it doesn't seem like a completely pointless duplication.

The original Tarzan from the novels learns to speak French first, and then English (with a touch of a French accent, by the way). However, before he learns to speak (and read) French, he can silently read English...he simply doesn't know the sounds. If that seems odd or impossible to you, remember that Helen Keller learned to read and write English without ever seeing or hearing English. She even learned to speak, but not with normal sounding speech...something that she regretted. The Tarzan character did eventually learn to speak human language.

The 1918 Tarzan could not only speak English, he could write it. And he didn't wear a mere loin cloth. I don't know what you'd call the thing that boy Tarzan wears in the 1918 film. It's kind of like a short kilt made from a pelt. Or maybe grass? Or a combination? Adult Tarzan wears a furry pelt loincloth and carries a rope over his shoulder, so that it appears to be a sash. But the very first illustration of Tarzan shows him wearing something like a grass skirt.

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A 1928 15-chapter serial movie film shows Frank Merrill as the Lord of the Apes wearing what looks like an over-the-shoulder leopard-pelt tunic, with leopard-skin headband, and slippers. He appeared this way in Tarzan the Mighty (1928), and Tarzan the Tiger (1929).

Tarzan got a thin leather loincloth in the 1932 movie. After Weissmuller wore a fur-less loincloth, nearly every subsequent film depiction of Tarzan has him dressed the same. Films and television shows followed suit for decades. The March 19, 1938 Argosy Magazine with Tarzan on the cover, shows him in a leopard skin breech cloth.

The novel version of Tarzan (his ape-language name for 'hairless ape') first learns to speak the language of the ape tribe in which he lives. He never forgets how to do this. In some of the movies the Ape Man can understand, but does not speak ape language. In others he does speak with his ape friends. In the 1983 film, Greystoke, Tarzan returns to Scotland, where he amazes and frightens his neighbors by imitating the sounds of jungle denizens, notably a lion at one point. Of course, the filmmakers dubbed in a real lion's roar, which kind of seems totally WTF when you watch the movie. One of the film's larger drawbacks.

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In 1959, in Tarzan's Greatest Adventure Tarzan regained his command of the English language under Sy Weintraub, and all the more recent Tarzan films have had a well-spoken King of the Jungle. The first widely-known Tarzan to speak correct English after the Warner Tarzan films was Ron Ely on television in the late 1960's. The series was shot in Brazil, and later Mexico. Tarzan's sidekick Jai is played by Manuel Padilla, Jr. Is this show set in South America or Africa? The television show was well-enough received, despite many (including a teenage YTMN) who criticized Tarzan for speaking correctly. This is how intense the legacy of the Weissmuller films was for a long time. For most people the broken English of the film supplanted Burroughs' eloquent King of the Jungle as "authentic Tarzan." Why?

Most people don't read the books. Remember that in America where one of the earliest, most pervasive educational systems taught the greatest percentage of the population to read...most people still didn't read books. They listened to the radio or went to see movies or gladiatorial events for entertainment. Honestly, I saw dozens of Tarzan movies before I ever read any of Burroughs' books. I've still read only three of them.

In Tarzan: the Legend Lives (2013), the European CGI Tarzan remembers his human language, but becomes accustomed to using it again only slowly, after meeting Jane. Perhaps using his first halting sentences after meeting her is an homage to the 1932 WB Tarzan. As for attire, he sports the furless loincloth.

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Would a boy raised by apes in the jungle truly forget his native tongue? I don't think he would entirely, but I have some friends who are Turkish, who, after living a long time in America, and using English most of the time, have to stop and think in order to remember the Turkish for rarer concepts and items. I once met a woman who moved to the US as a second-grader, and who claimed to have forgotten all the German she ever knew. Her immigrant parents wanted to speak only English. When I used my university German on her, she didn't seem to comprehend even the simplest sentences, although she may have been pretending for all I know. I guess struggling to resurrect a long-unspoken language is plausible. What I think is that the kid in the 2013 film would continue to think in English, and would therefore not forget the language, or have any trouble speaking it to Jane Porter, even after years.

In Tarzan and the Lost City (1998), Caspar Van Dien's Tarzan not only remembers his English, he doesn't wear a loincloth until the very end of the film. He swings tree to tree clad in the remnants of his khaki trousers for most of the movie. This was the first Tarzan film I ever saw that didn't feature the King of the Jungle clad in a breech-cloth alone. If you think about it, swinging on vines while wearing tattered khaki shorts really says "I dwell between civilization and the wild jungle."

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Last year, a new Tarzan film came out, The Legend of Tarzan (2016), but it took me several months to get around to watching it via Netflix's dvd.com. I mentioned it in the Racism post in this Rematch, before I actually set eyes on the film. In it, the Fifth Earl of Greystoke, John Clayton III is married to Jane (who also grew up in the Congo, and met Tarzan when he was 18), and does not intend to return to Africa. By the way, Tarzan and Jane Porter get married at the end of Tarzan Returns, ERB's second Tarzan of the Apes novel. As it turns out, in this telling, Tarzan grew up in the Congo, specifically the part that the king of Belgium later picked out. Many reviews of the film point out the racism, but after seeing it I have to point out that the film tries to obviate the inherent racism in the Tarzan idea (a white Lord of the Apes) by including a former Indian fighter played by Samuel L. Jackson. This doesn't entirely do what it intends to, but it is an effort. This Tarzan doesn't like being called by that name, and he wears trousers rather than a loincloth. In fact, this is the only live action Tarzan film I ever saw that never has Tarzan in a loincloth.

Netflix has recently rolled out Tarzan and Jane (2016), a minimally-animated 3D CGI program that features a supernatural teenage Tarzan. It is aimed at the very young, those who may not have seen Tarzan in any other guise. This Tarzan can sprout claws on hands and feet, has the vision of a cat, and the strength of a gorilla! He wears trousers when he is in the jungle, and school uniforms when he is in London. He chases a poacher back and forth between Africa and England. Tarzan is always assisted by Jane Porter, whose mother is an international movie star.

The character has evolved in his screen appearances and mannerisms over the decades since 1918. It's similar to the way Batman has changed, but the changes in Tarzan are considerably greater. So, in this recent iteration Tarzan evolves into a supernatural superhero. If kids see this one first, will this be their favorite Tarzan for life? Who knows?

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As we asked in Essay 2, "Is Tarzan like Batman, in that you prefer whichever Tarzan you meet first as the most authentic?" Maybe not. I don't have a favorite, but when I was a boy it seemed like it would be cool as snot to live in the jungle and know all the animals and be able to talk to them. I saw several actors playing Tarzan in films from different eras. So, the concept was what I liked. Your mileage will vary.

The character long ago evolved from print and cinema into the realm of toys. Some of them are quite elaborate (and costly), the kind you would tell your kids, "That's just to look at, not to touch!" A couple of links to pix of such toys exist below.



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Category:Tarzan films. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

HELEN KELLER SPEAKS OUT. From Youtube. "Helen Keller explains about her Greatest Disappointment in life....that she could not speak normally."

van dien tarzan lost city. Google image search result.

Picture of Ron Ely (Tarzan). with Manuel Padilla, Jr. (Jai) from the 1966 TV series.

Why Anyone Who Loved Disney's 'Tarzan' Should Check Out Netflix's 'Tarzan & Jane' from Bustle.com. 'Yet, the biggest reason to watch Tarzan and Jane if you like Tarzan is for Jane. The teenager version of Jane is considered Tarzan's equal in the series, which might actually be an improvement on the Disney movie. There's also an improvement in terms of representation since the series' Jane is black. Tarzan and Jane's Jane will not only challenge and intrigue Tarzan like Minnie Driver's version did, but she is powerful and strong in her own right.'


1/4 Scale Tarzan Primal Rage Statue By ARH Studios, Inc. Only $559.00 from BigBadToyStore.com.

Tarzan Figures and other neat stuff! from Mikey's Action Figures on blogspot.com. 'As far as I can tell, from 1912 to the 1960s the only Tarzan figures that were produced were small one piece moulded figures that were often left unpainted. In 1966 Banner produced a wind-up tin toy figure of Tarzan.'

Frank Merrill "The Hercules of the Screen" from ERBzine.com. "Reprinted without editing from The Jasoomian 1973." Source of Frank Merrill photo as Tarzan.

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I finally finished the grout work, well, re-grouting, for the hall bathroom. Finished yesterday at 5:30 pm. I had expected to be done a week earlier on 21 June, the day I started.

Complications. And this house is only 35 years old!

Found another Rematch possibility last night when I watched Ithaca (2015). It is a remake of the 1943 film The Human Comedy, and is based on a William Saroyan novel by the same title that he wrote from his screenplay when he was removed form the film project in 1942. Novel was published before film was released. Meg Ryan directed a remake 72 years later.

But this won't be part of any Round Five. after I complete Round Four any future Rematches will just occur whenever I get the urge.

A tech post for Tingler, Creeps and Slither appears below.

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Not Quite a Remake Rematch of The Tingler (1959), Night of the Creeps (1986) & Slither (2006)
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Von Dexter (1912–1996) was the composer for four of William Castle's movies: The Tingler (1959), House on Haunted Hill (1959), 13 Ghosts (1960) and Mr. Sardonicus (1961). He is primarily known for that work. His IMDb biography states that he suffered from a hand condition that caused stiffening of the fingers soon after, and he and his wife started a music publishing business in Reinbeck, Iowa. His first composer credit was for 39 episodes of the TV series Dangerous Assignment (1952). Back then, 39 episodes was a single season!


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Barry De Vorzon created the soundtrack for R.P.M. (1970), and Bless the Beasts & Children (1971) and has accumulated a total of 39 composer credits since then. His most recent composer credit appears on Legion (2016), but he wrote the theme for Boss Baby (2017), so he's apparently still working, or composed some recyclable music earlier in his career. De Vorzon was born in 1934, so his credits list contains many TV shows that you'd have to be my age to remember, right on up to modern day productions. He composed "Nadia's Theme" for an Olympics telecast, and the cut has been used in many productions since. His compositions sometimes take on a life of their own, and get cloned into subsequent productions, which explains his 51 soundtrack credits at IMDb. There is a long, unexplained gap between his composer credits for Night of the Creeps (1986), The Exorcist III (1990) and Legion (2016).


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Tyler Bates has created and performed music for a large number of movies. IMDb lists 90 composer credits, alongside 26 for soundtrack, and 26 for music department. He has worked on an amazing number of film and TV soundtracks, and there is overlap among those three categories of credits. Bates' earliest composition credits are for Blue Flame (1993) and Deep Down (1994). Since then he has worked on the obscure title or two, but increasingly his work vibrates from the sound reproducers at some very high-profile movies. Among his composer credits lurk titles like 300 (2006), Watchmen (2009), Sucker Punch (2011), Californication (TV, 2007-2014), Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), John Wick (2014) and the sequels for the last two. Bates has a band with big-selling albums and tracks. Among his notable successes is the soundtrack for 300 (2006) which the IMDb bio page claims has sold over 300,000 copies since its release.




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An essay. Second post in one day! It saves a lot of time to not include a bunch of links. :D

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Not Quite a Remake Rematch between
Battle Royale (2000) and The Hunger Games (2012)


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Battle Royale vs. The Hunger Games

Battle Royale was planned as a movie experience that would undoubtedly make it an R-rated film when released in the US. The producers of The Hunger Games (PG-13) wanted a film that was more family friendly, despite having the same basic theme of Battle Royale: that teenagers are forced to hunt and kill other teenagers by a totalitarian government.

Imagine that! A film that shows teen on teen murder is rated PG-13. If it showed discretely filmed scenes of teen on teen sex, it would be rated R, no doubt.

Of the two films, The Hunger Games is more concerned with the impact that this practice has on the families of those chosen as “Tributes” in the government-sponsored annual Hunger Games. The film of Battle Royale isn't pushed up so close to the characters. We do see something of Kenji’s past in Battle Royale (his father’s death), but for the most part we are hovering above the action, and exist in the same moment with the middle-schoolers who have been randomly selected to be the fodder for this year’s games. We know nothing more than they do.

In terms of numbers massacred, The Hunger Games film halves the total number of dead that we see in Battle Royale. That allows the producers to let us get to know some of the kids better. The 2012 film also incorporates the idea of the government training the tributes, possibly because kids better prepared to defend themselves provide a better entertainment experience for the viewers Panem-wide.

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These tonal differences stem from the source novels, in fact. Suzanne Collins spends a great deal of time building the characters who will interact for three novels. Koushun Takami is more focused on the nitty-gritty of the exercise. Very few paragraphs are spent filling in the past for even the most prominent characters. Most of the focus is on what is happening. The film reproduces this point of view. This is not to say that Takami's novel doesn't take us inside the characters the way a novel is supposed to do. It is only to say that he doesn't spend as much time setting up past experiences when he is inside the characters as Collins does in her Hunger Games novels. (Or, at least that's how I recall it. It's been two years since I read the Takami, and six years since I read the Collins trilogy.)

When I watch The Hunger Games (2012) it always astonishes me how well the producers do at keeping the violence tamped down, given that it is murder, after all. I'm not sure that's all that good a practice, but I'm pretty certain that pre-teen and teenage people can still abstract the "reality" of all this in their imaginations. Just as we adults can. The bloodbath in Battle Royale is kind of the whole point, so it isn't subverted, and can get to be a touch overwhelming by the end of the movie.

In common, possibly, both novels are "anti-war" novels, couching the phenomenon of war in a different format so that it is easier to see that governments overstep their moral bounds when they require killing to be done by their citizens. Killing is killing, murder is murder, no matter what you call it. How can it be moral to do when an abstract entity commands it, and wrong when it's your idea to get rid of an annoying or inconvenient individual? To my mind it is clearly always wrong, and, although practically it might seem to become necessary at times, that doesn't make it right.

A little personal opinion (steps onto soapbox):
As for capital punishment, I have read accounts of wronged people in certain countries being required to declare personally that an execution must be carried out, and tell the perpetrator to his or her face at the place and time of execution, allowing the executioner to proceed with the killing...or to offer forgiveness in that moment, stopping it.

I recommend that approach for the United States of America, with an added step. If you are so certain that justice will be served by the death of the person(s) who killed your loved one, then you must by law be the person who kills the convict by moving a lever with your own hands. And that's the only form of capital punishment I could agree with. Government would set everything up, but they would not act in my name to do something I revile. It would instead, be an individual's immoral choice to fight one wrong with another, and carry out the jury sentence of death...or to forgive, and the person could serve a life sentence for his/her misdeeds. I'm sure there are US citizens who would move that lever, and be damned proud of their "bravery." But I am equally certain that they are the minority of wronged individuals, and they would have no government to hide behind in the long, long nights after they did the same thing that the perp had done...if they chose to go ahead with it. I think a lot of death sentences would be commuted to life in prison without parole by the victim's stand-in, in that moment of truth.

There are moments when I wish a certain person to be dead. But if it was left up to me to make them dead,
it would not happen. I was an objector during the Viet Nam war, not because I was afraid to be killed,
but because I was adamant that I would not kill. In such a scenario as that in either movie, I'd be an early fatality!
Then, again, I suppose a lot of readers of all ages are drawn to these novels just because they want to read about kids slaughtering other kids. (sigh)

So what drew me to it? What drew you to it?



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