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Tarzan and the Caged Fury

"Caged Fury"
The Legend of Tarzan episode
Episode no. Season 1
Episode 33
Directed by Dave Bullock
Written by David Weimers
Ken Koonce
Production code 1C21-034
Original air date October 10, 2001 (2001-10-10)

"Caged Fury" is the 33rd episode of Disney's Tarzan spin-off The Legend of Tarzan.

Plot

Niels and Merkus return to the Jungle to mine diamonds. Tarzan agrees to this as long as they stay away from the gorillas. Neils and Merkus are threatened by Tublat, who they capture and plan to make money out of. Tarzan sets out to rescue Tublat, despite Terk's protests and the past conflict between them. He finds their camp desert, but Renard Dumont explains that Niels and Merkus are already on the train with a gorilla. Tarzan reaches the train and rescues Tublat, who then attacks him. After he leaves, Niels and Merkus are left to be killed by Tublat, but Tarzan decides that letting them kidnap Tublat is no better than letting him kill Niels and Merkus, so sets off to rescue them again, against Terk's advice. At the end of the episode, Niels and Merkus are angry because they are leaving with nothing, whilst Tarzan is proud that he did the right thing.

Cast

Notes

The episode features Niels and Merkus, although Tarzan and the Volcanic Diamond Mine episode, in which they were introduced in, wasn't released until the following July (because the episodes were aired out of order).[1][2]

References

  • Animation Production by: Toon City, Inc
  1. ^ tv.com
  2. ^ Tarzan and Jane DVD


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