Edgar Rice Burroughs

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Noun1.Edgar Rice Burroughs - United States novelist and author of the Tarzan stories (1875-1950)
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The estate of Edgar Rice Burroughs went to court though to try and stop the movie being released, but lost the case.
For more than two decades, southern Michigan provided a getaway from the big city for adventure author Edgar Rice Burroughs. "Tarzan Slept Here" details the author's time spent in Coldwater, the summer home of his wife's family.
One hundred years ago, Tarzan swung from the jungle into the pop-culture landscape of America in Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan of the Apes.
Edgar Rice Burroughs and Tarzan: A Biography of the Author and His Creation.
AT THE EARTH'S CORE (PG, pounds 9.99) ??ter Cushing stars in a limp adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' tale of two Victorian era adventurers who drill into the Earth's core.
Based on a novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the movie is directed by Andrew Stanton and co-written by Mark Andrews and Michael Chabon.
In 1912, Edgar Rice Burroughs published a serial in All Story Magazine.
Based on a 1917 book by Edgar Rice Burroughs - the Tarzan creator who many hail as the father of modern sci-fi - it tells of American Civil War hero John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) who is inexplicably transported from Arizona to Mars.
Back on Earth, young would-be writer Edgar Rice Burroughs (Daryl Sabara) learns of the mysterious, sudden death and even stranger secret life of his uncle John Carter (Taylor Kitsch).
American fantasy fiction great Edgar Rice Burroughs penned the first John Carter novel in 1912, and Hollywood has come up with a big- screen franchise brainwave based on the amazing adventure series only now.
Based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs Barsoom novels, it stars Taylor Kitsch as missing ex-Confederate soldier John Carter - uncle to the author, who discovers he was magically transported to Mars.
First, introduce students to Edgar Rice Burroughs's At the Earth's Core.