P. Dempsey Tabler
|P. Dempsey Tabler|
|Born||Perce Dempsey Tabler
November 23, 1876
|Died||June 7, 1956
San Francisco, California
Following The Son of Tarzan, Tabler made only one more film, 1923's Spawn of The Desert. As a businessman, he had been a founding member of Paramount Pictures, and after his short-lived acting career he found his greatest success in advertising in San Francisco.
- "GOING APE ... Model Travis Fimmel Is the New Tarzan, but How Does He Shape Up as the King of the Jungle?". The Mail on Sunday. November 23, 2003.
Previous incarnations have included...most bizarrely, an opera singer (P Dempsey Tabler in 1920 film The Son of Tarzan).
- Harmon, Jim; Glut, Donald F. (1972). The great movie serials: their sound and fury (Illustrated ed.). Doubleday. p. 122.
- "Many actors have swung through Tarzan role". Chicago Sun-Times. June 25, 1999.
Around 1920-21 there was a regular Tarzan gridlock in movieland, with the release of Elmo's "Tarzan's Adventure" as well as "Revenge of Tarzan"...and "Son of Tarzan," featuring the impressively named P. Dempsey Tabler as Tarzan.
- Kenneth White Munden, ed. (1997). The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures Produced in the United States, Part 1. University of California Press. p. 752. ISBN 9780520209695.
- Essoe, Gabe, Tarzan of the Movies (Citadel Press, 1968)