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apeman

(ˈeɪpˌmæn)
n, pl -men
1. (Anthropology & Ethnology) any of various extinct apelike primates thought to have been the forerunners, or closely related to the forerunners, of modern man
2. (Zoology) any of various extinct apelike primates thought to have been the forerunners, or closely related to the forerunners, of modern man
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In a moment the polished English gentleman reverted to the naked ape man.
He said he's been working on swinging through the jungle, with the help of special flying apparatus, while maintaining the attitude and posture of an ape man.
Some of the items for sale date back to film's early era, including a suede loincloth worn by Johnny Weissmuller in the 1932 film "Tarzan the Ape Man."
Abu Heif chose swimming after he had watched "Tarzan the Ape Man", which was in theaters in 1932.
The 6ft 3in tall sports star was spotted swimming in a hotel pool in California and his name was put forward for the 1932 film Tarzan The Ape Man.
The 6ft 3in tall sports star was spotted swimming in a hotel pool in California and his name was put forward for the 1932 film Tarzan The Ape Man. The film studios called him 'the only man in Hollywood who's natural in the flesh and can act without clothes'.
2 TARZAN THE APE MAN (1932) OLYMPIC gold medal swimmer Johnny Weissmuller aired his famous Tarzan yell in this movie.
unrealistic Sehdev Miles O'Keefe has more than a hint of the modern-day six pack in 1981's Tarzan the Ape Man.
Miles O'Keefe has more than a hint of the modern day six pack in 1981's Tarzan The Ape Man. Co-star Bo Derek declared: "He had the most beautiful body I have ever seen."
She revisited the jungle in 1943's Tarzan Triumphs, playing a beautiful princess opposite Johnny Weismuller's ape man in a lost civilization taken over by Nazis.
In Return of the Ape Man (Monogram, 1944) Professor Dexter, together with Professor John Gilmore (John Carradine) used their newly-developed electro-chemical process to restore life to a tramp they had placed in frozen suspended animation four months earlier.
- Actor Brad Pitt on Angelina Jolie Maureen O`Sullivan in Tarzan The Ape Man; 12.