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Language: English
Subject: Tarzan, Zone (play), Brothers of the Spear, Harry Holt (Tarzan), Jad-bal-ja
Collection: 1970 Films, 1970S Adventure Films, 1970S Fantasy Films, National General Pictures Films, Sequel Films, Tarzan Films
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Tarzan's Deadly Silence

Tarzan's Deadly Silence
Directed by Robert L. Friend
Produced by Sy Weintraub
Leon Benson
Written by Lee Erwin
Jack H. Robinson
John Considine
Tim Considine
Based on Characters created 
by Edgar Rice Burroughs
Starring Ron Ely
Jock Mahoney
Woody Strode
Manuel Padilla, Jr.
Music by Walter Greene
Distributed by National General Pictures
Release dates
  • 1970 (1970)
Running time
88 mins.
Language English

Tarzan's Deadly Silence (1970) is an adventure film composed of an edited two-part television episode of Tarzan released as a feature. It stars Ron Ely as Tarzan. Former Tarzan actor Jock Mahoney and Woody Strode (a veteran of two previous Tarzan films) co-star. The movie was produced by Sy Weintraub and Leon Benson, written by Lee Erwin, Jack H. Robinson, John Considine and Tim Considine (based on the character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs) and directed by Robert L. Friend.


  • Synopsis 1
  • Selected Cast 2
  • Production notes 3
  • External links 4


Tarzan loses his hearing after a bomb blast, and is hunted through the jungle by the ruthless Colonel.

Selected Cast

Production notes

The film consists of The Deadly Silence, a two-part episode of Ely's Tarzan series.

  • The Deadly Silence, Part I, aired on October 28, 1966. It was written by Lee Erwin and Jack H. Robinson, and directed by Robert L. Friend.
  • The Deadly Silence, Part II, aired on November 4, 1966. It was written by John Considine and Tim Considine, and directed by Lawrence Dobkin, who was not credited in the theatrical release of the film.

Jock Mahoney's first appearance in Tarzan films was as Coy Banton, a villain opposite Gordon Scott's Tarzan in the 1960film Tarzan the Magnificent. He took over the role of the Ape Man in 1962's Tarzan Goes to India. This was followed by his final turn as Tarzan in Tarzan's Three Challenges (1963).

Woody Strode portrayed Ramo in Tarzan's Fight for Life (1958), and Khan in Tarzan's Three Challenges (1963).

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