“When strangers come here from the outside, they always cause trouble — they’re always seeking something.”
Response to Peary’s Review:
… finding modern conveniences to be ridiculous:
… and having trouble dealing with the values of civilization and articulating his own pure philosophy” — comes across as a “savage” in the courtroom:
but redeems himself once “he finds his niche… at the circus, where animals (including his longtime friends, the elephants) are held captive.”
It’s refreshing if awkward to see the series taking such a different route, and there are some notable highlights — specifically Tarzan’s epic escape across New York (amazing stunt work!).
However, this one is only must-see for fans following the series closely.
Redeeming Qualities and Moments: