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LORD GREYSTOKE: POP & MOVIE STAR
LORD GREYSTOKE: POP STAR & MOVIE STAR
TARZAN Wins An Oscar
Pop star Phil Collins scored the best original song award for his sentimental "You'll be in My Heart" from the animated Disney film Tarzan. It was his first win in three nominations. Collins thanked his three children who, he said, "really wrote this song for me."
Come stop your crying It will be alright Just take my hand Hold it tight I will protect you from, All around you I will be here Don't you cry For one so small, You seem so strong My arms will hold you, Keep you safe and warm This bond between us, can't be broken I will be here, don't you cry Cos you'll be in my heart Yes you'll be in my heart From this day on Now and forever more You'll be in my heart No matter what they say, You'll be here in my heart Always Why can't they understand the way we feel They just don't trust, what they can't explain I know we're different, deep inside us We're not that different at all And you'll be in my heart Yes you'll be in my heart From this day on Now and forever more Don't listen to them Cos do they know We need each other To have to hold They'll see in time I know When destiny calls you, You must be strong I may not be with you, But you got to hold on They'll see in time I know We'll show them together Cos' you'll be in my heart Believe me you'll be in my heart I'll be there from this day on Now and forever more Oh you'll be in my heart you'll be here in my heart No matter what they see I'll be with you here in my heart I'll be there, Always Always I'll be with you I'll be there for you always Always and always Just look over your shoulder Just look over your shoulder Just look over your shoulder I'll be there for you....
You'll Be in My Heart
TARZAN STILL ON TOP: Tarzan tops soundtrack chart again
LOS ANGELES (Billboard) - Me, Tarzan, you, runner-up. The album from the hit animated film moves back to the top of the soundtracks chart for the week ending March 19. The Walt Disney Records disc sold 29,000 units, according to SoundScan figures obtained from industry sources. That's down almost 600 copies from the previous week but still enough to boost it from No. 3.
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5. Would You Like to Swing on a Vine?: The Epic Tradition and Edgar Rice Burroughs
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Essay: Narrative ~ Sample Activities ~ Bibliography
by Anthony F. Franco
Guide Entry to 87.02.05:
Edgar Rice Burroughs was one of the most commercially successful authors of this century and yet is not read with any regularity in the classroom. This unit attempts to introduce Burroughs to the English classroom in grades 7-8 as a writer who could tell a very interesting story. Three of Burroughs’ works: “At the Earth’s Core,” “The Land That Time Forgot,” and of course, “Tarzan of the Apes” will be read by students and will be studied in the context of the epic tradition as examples of the early twentieth century romance and the notion of quest.
Suggested activities as a result of this unit include a study of the nature of conflict as seen in Burroughs and as experienced by students as challenges both now and in later years. Also, students will be introduced to journal writing and will maintain a journal throughout the year. Various other writing assignments in the narrative and descriptive vein will round out the students’ activities as participants. Class discussion regarding Burroughs, the works read, and the nature and remedies of real-life challenges faced by students will provide ample fodder for these intended writing assignments. The unit may be used in its entirety or in part depending upon the number of readings attempted.
The unit can be easily scheduled over a period of from six to eight weeks with one or two days class discussion per week.
(Recommended for English classes, grades 7-8)
See the essay at:
To qualify as a “Princess” on this list, the lady had to be beautiful and of strong moral fiber, the main heroine of a series or single book by Edgar Rice Burroughs, a member of royalty, and hail from another planet or lost race.
Thoris ~ Dian the Beautiful ~ Duare ~ Fou-tan ~
You'll also have a chance to vote for your
7. HELP WANTED9. CINEMA STARS CIGARETTE CARD No. 14
APPEAL FROM THE NETHERLANDS
Ron de Laat and Rob Donkers request the following information concerning the poster and book illustrated below:
silent movie from 1920)? The movie is NOT a silent movie and there for it's not The Son of Tarzan as we know him. Does someone have this poster for sale?
SPANISH/MEXICAN MOVIE POSTER
Does someone have any kind of information about the movie featured in this poster? (It is not the
DANISH BOOK: TARZAN MYTEN
The second question is about a Danish book (Tarzan Myten) about Tarzan (novels, comics, movies, etc). Rob Donkers wants to buy this book but it's hard to find it. Perhaps it's easier to find it this way
8. THE BATTLE OF HOLLYWOOD by James H. Pierce
The Battle Of Hollywood by James H. Pierce (Billed as the Oldest Living Tarzan when it was written), Published by House of Greystoke, 1978. It contains 180 pages and measures 8.50 by 11.25 inches with red binding and dust jacket. Chapters include: James H. Pierce's Autobiography, His Life On Tarzan Ranch With Jane, Joan Burroughs Pierce, etc.
A series of 32
10. FILM STARS CIGARETTE CARD No. 48
JOHN PLAYER & SONS ~
11. ERB's Last Driver's License
Now, thanks to the Wazirian, you can see the
very rare photo which accompanied this document
which was issued in 1944.
The AsWeSeeIt site has all of the driver's
license photos, old and new, from every
Department of Motor Vehicles database in the US.
Simply go to:
NAME: Edgar Rice Burroughs
POSTAL CODE: 99999
EYE COLOUR: Brown
YEAR OF BIRTH: 1875
In ERBzine 0248 I mentioned that
ERB claimed to be the originator of the term "Scientifiction."
Curt Wiederhoeft points out, however, that
Clute's Encyclopedia of Science Fiction
credits Hugo Gernsback with having coined the term in
the first issue of AMAZING STORIES (April 1926).
BURROUGHS BIBLIOPHILES BULLETIN BOARD
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS CHAIN OF FRIENDSHIP
Hosted by Jim Thompson
Guests: Barry Stubbersfield & Mary Burroughs
MAY 18 - 21, 2000
~ The Annual Convention of the Burroughs Bibliophiles ~
The Michigan Chapter of the Burroughs Bibliophiles (The Mad Kings) will host
Dum-Dum 2000 on July 13-16 2000
at Lands Inn, 3825 28th Street SW, in Grandville, Michigan
(call 1-800-538-LAND or 1-616-531-LAND).
Special guest will be Johnny Sheffield
(boy from Tarzan films w/ Johnny Weismuller).
Room Rates are $49.95 for single or suite.
Registration fees are to be announced soon as they have yet to be determined.