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Heiress Jane’s (Maureen O’Sullivan) relatives want her home, and their guide (John Buckler) wants the ape man (Johnny Weissmuller) in a circus.

The ape man (Johnny Weissmuller) and Jane (Maureen O’Sullivan) find an infant, call him Boy (John Sheffield) and raise him as their own.

Englishman Harry Holt (Neil Hamilton) joins a friend for an African safari on which they hope to find ivory. Holt also hopes to locate former girlfriend Jane Parker (Maureen O’Sullivan) who lives with her husband, Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller), a white man raised by animals in the jungle. When they find the couple, Jane refuses Holt’s overtures. As Holt and his companion continue their search for an ancient elephant burial ground, they unleash havoc from all of the jungle’s inhabitants.

Ivory-seeking explorers Harry Holt (Neil Hamilton) and James Parker (C. Aubrey Smith) arrive in a remote jungle to search for a mythical elephant graveyard. Accompanied by Parker’s lovely daughter, Jane (Maureen O’Sullivan), the men are at odds with their dangerous environment. When the virile Tarzan (Johnny Weissmuller) and his primate companions abduct Jane, it creates conflict between the jungle dwellers and the outsiders. As Jane spends time with Tarzan, however, she begins to fall for him.

Wrongfully convicted of a robbery and murder, Paul Lavond (Lionel Barrymore) breaks out of prison with a genius scientist who has devised a way to shrink humans. When the scientist dies during the escape, Lavond heads for his lab, using the shrinking technology to get even with those who framed him, and vindicate himself in both the public eye and the eyes of his daughter, Lorraine (Maureen O’Sullivan). When an accident leaves a crazed assistant dead, however, Lavond must again make an escape.

Jane Austen’s comic classic about five sisters out to nab husbands in 19th-century England.  In the rural village of Meryton in early eighteenth century England, the arrival of Mr. Charles Bingley, his sister Caroline and Mr. Darcy causes quite a stir among the mothers of unmarried daughters because both gentlemen are wealthy bachelors.

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