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THE RETURN OF CAPTAIN
BARRY ~ 1932.04.17
Captain John Barry's
trading steamer was making its return trip up the Gumwi River. Tarzan,
at the wheel, was racing full speed ahead in the little motor boat... while
Tom Barry held in his arms the bride he had taken from the savages -- Hulvia,
the White Priestess of the Al-Albas. Swift are the Al-Alba canoes and they
were rapidly closing up the distance that separated them from the priestess
they had sworn to recapture... when, around a bend in the river, Tarzan
sighted Captain Barry's boat.
As the captain hailed them from the deck, a mysterious woman wearing
a black mask stood at his side. Tom Barry swung aboard with his bride in
his arms, but the joy of reunion with his uncle was cut short as the Al-Albas
were upon them. There was no time to prepare a defense. The savages swarmed
to the deck of Captain Barry's boat. As Tarzan leaped to the defense of
Hulvia, the woman in the black mask was below deck unlocking the door of
a cage. At her command, two ferocious lions leaped forward.
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