John Clayton taking after his folks' demise in Africa would be raised by a primate and would be known by the name Tarzan, would leave Africa and go to his folks' home in England alongside lady he began to look all starry eyed at and wedded, Jane Porter. He would be asked by Belgian King Leopold to go to Africa to see what he has done there to help the nation. At first he cannot. However, an American, George Washington Williams needs him to acknowledge so he can go with him. He says that Leopold may submit a wide range of abominations to accomplish his objective like servitude. He needs to demonstrate it. Clayton concurs and his better half demands that she go with him since she misses Africa. They go and when they arrive a man named Rom who works for Leopold assaults the town they are at and catches Tarzan and Jane. With Washington's help he escapes and embarks to safeguard Jane by going over the wilderness and Washington goes along with him in spite of being informed that he won't not make it.
|nudity||Tarzan and Jane are kissing on a bed and sex is implied but not shown.|
|violence||There are moderate portrayals of violence with some detail depicted in the film, but justified by context. The violence in the film comprises mainly of action sequences where soldiers attack the African natives and when the main protagonist battles with enemies. There are scenes when people are shot but they are briefly shown with very little blood-letting. Some of the stronger scenes of violence include one involving a man choking another man with a beaded necklace, causing his face to turn red before breaking free eventually. There are also sequences involving gorillas attacking people, an implied scene of crocodiles devouring a man, as well as a fight between the male protagonist and the gorilla leader with some detail of injury. Thus, the above portrayals make the film more suited for a teen audience.|
|profanity||Some mild language used sparingly. Words used include "Damn", "Hell", "Ass", one use of "Bastard" one use of "S***"|
|alcohol||There are characters at the dinner table drinking wine glasses.|
|frightening||'The Legend of Tarzan' is an action adventure film based on the fictional character Tarzan, who was raised by gorillas in the jungles of Africa. Official MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for sequences of action and violence, some sensuality and brief rude dialogue|