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The cover art for Alex Vernon's slim cultural biography "On Tarzan" is a photo of winding green tendrils and vines, vines being the equivalent of the cross-town bus for the Lord of the Apes. But the photo is also a warning of the thicket we are about...
Tags: Ku Klux Klan, Entertainment, Horatio Alger, Racism, Arkansas
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's 7:45 a.m., and 40 or 50 people are lustily chanting, "F-V-N-E-M? S-V-F-M! F-V-N-E-X? S-V-F-X!" over the remains of breakfast. This club has recited its mysterious "cryptogram" every Wednesday morning since 1925. The final line makes the secret...
Zap2It.comHigh-profile studio remakes of "Poltergeist" and "Tarzan" are reportedly attracting the attentions of a pair of directors. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Stephen Sommers is in negotiations to co-write and direct the Warner Bros. take on "Tarzan,"...
Times Staff WriterWe are obsessed with real estate and always have been. For more than 125 years, Southern Californians have bought it, sold it, graded it, changed it, planted it, built on it, dreamed on it, torn it down and started all over again. We have pushed ourselves...
Tags: Australia (movie), Arts, Bodies of Water, Real Estate, History
Zap2It.comHe's been an animated hit, a television flop and a Broadway swinger, but could Tarzan be catching a vine back to the big screen? Producer Jerry Weintraub and Warner Bros. are hoping to start a new franchise based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs creation....
FOR THE TIMESMonday April 27, 1998 The Lost City of Opar, the very cradle of civilization, is found in "Tarzan and the Lost City," but the complex, compelling man called Tarzan is lost in this sequel to the 1984 "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the...
Tags: Entertainment, Ford, Casper Van Dien, Vehicles, Jim Carrey
Alex Raskin is an Assistant Editor of the Book ReviewThe freeway has been a favorite metaphor for writers trying to fathom Los Angeles for so long that opinions about this town can be virtually divided into day and night views. The night watchers tend to celebrate its long streams of pale yellow light,...
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