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Tarzan And The Trading Post

Tarzan And The Trading Post (2001) Season 1 Episode 1C21-004- Disney's The Legend of Tarzan Cartoon Episode Guide Tarzan And The Trading Post

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  • Disney's The Legend of Tarzan Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: Buena Vista Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Tarzan, Jane Porter, Professor Archimedes Q. Porter, Terk, Tantor, Nuru, Sheeta, Manu, Flynt, Mungo, Kala, Renard Dumont.
  • Originally Released in 2001.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Tarzan's idyllic life changes forever when a businessman, Renard Dumont opens a trading post at the mouth of the river. The new trading post forces the rhinos out of their territory and into the apes'. It's up to Tarzan to find a way for his family to survive.

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I was amazed at the high quality of the cartoon for what will be a "daily" show.

Disney is keeping the animation up to their usual standards. The colors are vivid, the motion isn't just all in the characters' mouths like...  (read more)

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