Come On, Tarzan

Come On, Tarzan is a 1932 film featuring actors such as Ken Maynard (as Ken Benson), Merna Kennedy (Pat Riley), Kate Campbell (Aunt Martha), and Niles Welch (Steve Frazier). A ranch foreman at odds with his female boss, fights outlaws who are killing horses for dog food.[1][2] It was first released on September 11, 1932, and it was filmed in Hidden Valley in Newbury Park, CA, and in Kernville, CA. It was produced by K.B.S. Productions Inc., and is categorized as a western film. It is written and directed by Alan James.



  1. Pitts, Michael R. (2012). Western Movies: A Guide to 5,105 Feature Films, 2d ed. McFarland. Page 825. ISBN 9780786463725.
  2. Taliaferro, John (2002). Tarzan Forever: The Life of Edgar Rice Burroughs the Creator of Tarzan. Simon and Schuster. Page 259. ISBN 9780743236508.
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