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In the original movie, Tantor referred to Terk as "missy," but here he doesn't know she's a girl.
Throughout the episode, La's eyebrows repeatedly change color.
When Terk and Tantor uncovered the cages, Tarzan got upset. Renard Dumont released the cages and they landed in the water. Isn't it weird that they floated? It was metal, shouldn't it have sunk?
Terk finds and eats a banana while she and Tantor are searching for Tarzan and the others, but bananas wouldn't be in the African jungle. Bananas originated from southeast Asia.
During nearly the end of the episode, Gobu told his family "Tublat can't beat Tarzan on his own, he needs us!".
What he means is, without them, Tublat is nothing. So if they all worked together, they can beat Tublat, and stop him from forcing them to work for him.
If the animals had been acting strangely, then why didn't they attack the village that Tarzan and Jane were at before they returned home?
Ian looks like an older, scrawny, yet muscular version of Tarzan when he was young.
When Ian was at the waterfall trying to make himself look like Tarzan, it resembled young Tarzan in the movie when he was at the same waterfall looking at his refletion.
Did you notice that Terk and Tantor understood what Ian said and he understood them? Ian hasn't learned how to talk to animals. Even if Tarzan taught him, he woundn't be able to master it that quickly.
They say the Professor forgot to pull up the rope, but, in Tarzan and the Hidden World, Philander's thugs pulled it up.
Snake charming does not work by sound, but by the movement of the instrument. Henry would not have been able to charm the snake from way up the cliffside like that.
Rokoff was the first real villain in the original Tarzan book series, though this show's version seems more or less based on Count Zaroff, the antagonist of the short story and movie "The Most Dangerous Game."
Tarzan told Terk and Tantor to wait for Jane so that they could know the rules for the game crokay. Don't they already know the rules at the beginning of the episode.
Reply to goof: If you can picture La with black hair you may notice that she looks like one of the Waziris. In the previous episode "Tarzan and the leopard Men Rebellion" La ages into dust. Which means she made herself look younger except for her hair( which is white). Maybe her hair remain old when she made herself young.
Usula says that La was once a Waziri, but she doesn't have the appearance of someone born among them. In fact, she looks far more Atlantean than anything else, as was the Queen La from Edgar Rice Burroughs' original books.
How did the old man who told Lady Waltham know about Tarzan? If you remember "Tarzan and the Lost Treasure" Rokoff was killed by leopards (maybe because Tarzan said no one has escaped from there) so the old man couldn't have found out from Rokoff. And one more thing, how did Lady Waltham know about Tarzan in the first place because she asks the old man about Tarzan. She wouldn't know because she wasn't even there in the movie.
Jane's gloves kept disappearing and reappearing in some scenes.