The Musee du Quai Branly in Paris (which features arts and cultures of Africa, Asia and the Pacific), has staged an exhibition about Tarzan. It’s almost 100 years since Tarzan was born in 1912, and although the Edgar Rice Burroughs aren’t as popular as they once were, Tarzan is still a familiar figure. The exhibition uses film archive, artwork, music and text to illustrate the character’s influence and explores issues of race and sexuality. Read more on BBC News.
It’s left me feeling nostalgic for other classic 1970’s summer holiday daytime viewing, such as:
Please can someone do a season and bring them back?