He was an actor from 1952 to 1954, starring in such movies as Invaders From Mars and Killer Ape with Johnny Weissmuller
. He was a lifelong Druid who in 1963 became an evangelist, calling himself "Goliath for Christ" He was born in Pontotoc on this day in 1927.
The first time my eyes locked onto Johnny Weissmuller
's Bowie knife tucked in his loincloth watching "Tarzan" movies ruined me.
Big at the box office: The Incredible Hulk 1998 Scotland bow out of the World Cup with a 3-0 defeat to Morocco - it would be their last game in a major tournament finals to date, movie star Macauley Culkin marries fellow 18-year-old former child actor Rachel Miner, and Maureen O'Sullivan, best known for playing the role of Jane opposite Olympic swimmer Johnny Weissmuller
's Tarzan, dies aged 87.
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."
RZAN AND HIS MATE 1934 JOHNNY Weissmuller
was the loincloth hero in the film series in the 20s and 30s, alongside trained chimp pal Cheetah.
He admired the star of the movie, Johnny Weissmuller
, who was an actor and swimmer.
Which jungle hero was portrayed on film by Olympic swimmer Johnny Weissmuller
Immediately striking, as one entered the first of the two rooms, was the color of the walls--a beautiful, floral shade of pink, which, as it turned out, matched the hue decorating the interior of the Hotel Los Flamingos in Acapulco, the long-term residence of Johnny Weissmuller
, the actor and professional swimmer who starred as Tarzan in a dozen films shot in the 1930s and '40s.
Olympic gold medal-winning swimming star Johnny Weissmuller
first gave Tarzan his famous wild yell and a recording of it was later played at his funeral as his coffin was lowered into the ground.
2 TARZAN THE APE MAN (1932) OLYMPIC gold medal swimmer Johnny Weissmuller
aired his famous Tarzan yell in this movie.
broke Duke Kahanamoku's world record in the 100-metre freestyle, swimming it in 58.6 seconds - he was just 18.
Olympic swimmer Johnny Weissmuller
popularised the iconic role in the 1930s and 1940s.