Edgar Rice Burroughs

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United States novelist and author of the Tarzan stories (1875-1950)


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On behalf of the Burroughs family, Burroughs' grandson John Burroughs said, "My grandfather, Edgar Rice Burroughs, would never have anticipated this honor that your stamp has given to our family and friends of his Tarzan stories.
The power of a global brand isn't an absolute guarantee of success and before committing to the new series, the first of which 'Tarzan, The Greystoke Legacy' is set to appear in 2011, the Edgar Rice Burroughs Estate looked carefully for an author who could match the vivid storytelling which originally brought Tarzan to life and inspired millions including environmentalist Jane Goodall.
Edgar Rice Burroughs was clearly a different kind of man to Sandow or Houdini.
Edgar Rice Burroughs was in bed reading the Sunday funnies on the morning of March 19, 1950, when he quietly slumped over, leveled by a heart attack at the age of 74.
BORN DAVID Livingstone, explorer, 1813 URSULA Andress, actress, 1926, above BRUCE Willis, US film actor, 1955 DIED ARTHUR C Clarke, sci-fiwriter, 2008 EDGAR Rice Burroughs, Tarzan author, 1950 RICHARD Beckinsale, UK actor, 1951, above
Wells, Jules Verne and Tarzan of the Apes author Edgar Rice Burroughs.
WASHINGTON, July 19, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Postal Service continues its sneak peek at some of its 2012 stamps by previewing the Edgar Rice Burroughs Forever stamp today though social media outlets.
Tarzan's creator Edgar Rice Burroughs was instrumental in helping invent the media blitz.
The Africa in which Edgar Rice Burroughs set his 26 Tarzan novels came from his imagination - he had never visited that continent.
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Years later I learned it actually had been created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author of the character named Tarzan, who was supposedly reared by animals.
A FANTASTIC Disney version of the famous Edgar Rice Burroughs tale which isn't even ruined by Phil Collins' usual musical mushThe two-disc version of Disney's 37th full-length animated feature stays true to the original story with some great action sequences.
The world of 'Darkness and Dawn' is a mixture of the fantasy realms of Jules Verne, Edgar Rice Burroughs and other writers of the period.
Edgar Rice Burroughs got $700 for that story Tarzan of the Apes, subtitled A Romance of the Jungle.
Collins sets real-life author Edgar Rice Burroughs (author of the Tarzan series) with his single adult son Hully enjoying a leisurely life in Oahu, Hawaii on December 5-7, 1941 just before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.