screenshots / Tarzan the Magnificent / 1960 Paramount Pictures

This would be Gordon Scott's sixth and final Tarzan film.

Featuring Jock Mahoney as villian Coy Banton, the actor would was chosen to replace Gordon Scott as the apeman in the next film and become the screen's 13th Tarzan.

Following completion of the movie, producer Sy Weintraub had decided he wanted a leaner, not so muscular apeman for the next film even though Gordon Scott still had two years left on his contract.

Directed by Robert Day, who later helmed three more Tarzan films: Tarzan's Three Challenges (1963), Tarzan and the Valley of Gold (1966) and Tarzan and the Great River (1967).

Filmed on location in Kenya, Africa and at Shepperton Studios, England.

The cast included horror icon John Carradine, who would later star in Billy the Kid vs Dracula in 1966.

Actress Betta St. John previously appeared with Gordon Scott in 1957's Tarzan and the Lost Safari.

Also returning in a Gordon Scott Tarzan film was actor Al Mulock, who was featured in 1959's Tarzan's Greatest Adventure.

Cast as a warrior, actor Harry Baird appeared as Ubaratutu in Thor and the Amazon Women (1963) and appeared again with Gordon Scott in Goliath and the Rebel Slave (1963).

After this film Gordon Scott moved to Italy where he retained his stardom by appearing in numerous sword and sandal peplum epics.

Gordon Scott passed in 2007 at the age of 80.