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Gordon Scott

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His first film as Tarzan - 1955's "Tarzan's Hidden Jungle" -

What can you say? -

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43 minutes ago, rayban said:

His first film as Tarzan - 1955's "Tarzan's Hidden Jungle" -

What can you say? -

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Hitchcock never forgave Vera Miles for marrying Scott; but come on who was going to say no to those thighs?

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33 minutes ago, jaragon said:

Hitchcock never forgave Vera Miles for marrying Scott; but come on who was going to say no to those thighs?

You said it - or that chest!?

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39 minutes ago, jaragon said:

Scott as Samsom who somehow ends up in China

 

That crotch could rule the world!?

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87f2a5f435fc53d410e3dad06dae92d6--tarzan
 

In the last years of his life, he lived with fans, Roger and Betty Thomas of Baltimore, Maryland.

They invited him for a visit, he liked it a great deal and, then, somehow, he never left.

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Gordon Scott is buried in Kensico Cemetery in Westchester County, NY, same cemetery as Rachmaninoff, Soupy Sales, Anne Bancroft, Harry Davenport, Ann Shoemaker, Judith Evelyn, Billie Burke, Florenz Ziegfeld, and Fay Templeton, who will always be "45 Minutes from Broadway."

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On ‎7‎/‎14‎/‎2018 at 1:26 PM, rayban said:

 

In the last years of his life, he lived with fans, Roger and Betty Thomas of Baltimore, Maryland.

They invited him for a visit, he liked it a great deal and, then, somehow, he never left.

We should all have friends like that.

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When they traveled to Hollywood, Roger and Betty Thomas tracked Gordon Scott down, because Mr. Thomas had become such a fan over the years.

When they left, they invited Gordon Scott for a visit to Maryland.

The rest is history.

I wish that the Thomases would write a book - "Our Years With Gordon Scott".

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He had a great smile. I don't remember many of the other Tarzans being all that smiley, but Gordon had a mega-watt smile he wasn't afraid to use. Beautiful guy.

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Gordon Scott re-did his body for "Tarzan's Fight For Life" and the results, especially that chest, were awfully impressive.

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His pecs can hardly be contained -

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Tarzan now has an adopted son, Tahtu, who is played by Rickie Sorenson -

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