ERB No. 0197

ERB MULTI-MEDIA EMPORIUM
1930s Trading Cards

Chinese Trading Cards
Cards 1-20
A 1930s Card Series With English Translations
from the
Ron de Laat Collection


 
Card 1: Sherry felt depressed and upset because Tarzan had been gone for a long time.
Card 1: Sherry felt depressed and upset because 
Tarzan had been gone for a long time.
Card 2: Tarzan wanted Tolic to tell him how he could get to the cannibals. But Tolic asked to go with him.  Tarzan said, I would like to go alone.
Card 2: Tarzan wanted Tolic to tell him how he could get to the cannibals. 
But Tolic asked to go with him.  Tarzan said, I would like to go alone.
Card 3: Sherry swam to the island.  The King of the island was her father.
Card 3: Sherry swam to the island.  
The King of the island was her father.
Card 4: The King said, You are from the cannibals, you are coming to cheat us.  You should be killed.
Card 4: The King said, You are from the cannibals, 
you are coming to cheat us.  You should be killed.
Card 5: As they were to put Tarzan to death a big Navy appeared.
Card 5: As they were to put Tarzan 
to death a big Navy appeared.
Card 6: Tarzan took his weapons and stood beside the King.  He looked very strong.
Card 6: Tarzan took his weapons and stood beside the King.  
He looked very strong.
Card 7: The arrows were like rain in the air.  Tai-zan used his powerful Lirms shooting arrows.
Card 7: The arrows were like rain in the air.  
Tai-zan used his powerful Lirms shooting arrows.
Card 8: Tarzan departed the burning boat.
Card 8: Tarzan departed the burning boat.
Card 9: As soon as Tarzan heard, he took the sword of the King and encouraged the army to go forth.
Card 9: As soon as Tarzan heard, he took the sword 
of the King and encouraged the army to go forth.
Card 10: Tarzan ordered his boat driven to the enemies. The two armiesfight together. obody won and nobody lost.
Card 10: Tarzan ordered his boat driven to the enemies. 
The two armiesfight together. obody won and nobody lost.
Card 11: Tarzan was energetic like he was back in the forest. He ran and jumped very fastlike the wind.
Card 11: Tarzan was energetic like he was back in the forest. 
He ran and jumped very fastlike the wind.
Card 12: Tarzan stood on the tree angerly, and he screamed Don't hurt them! He drew the bow and shot the arrow.
Card 12: Tarzan stood on the tree angerly, and he screamed 
Don't hurt them! He drew the bow and shot the arrow.
Card 13: Tarzan was captured, because he was overwelmed by the enemy's larger number. They took him  to see the King.
Card 13: Tarzan was captured, because he was overwelmed 
by the enemy's larger number. They took him  to see the King.
Card 14: Sherry was crying and sad. She told Tarzan that they were in big danger.
Card 14: Sherry was crying and sad. 
She told Tarzan that they were in big danger.
Card 15: The barbarians forced Tarzan with their weapons, but Tarzan wasn't at all afraid.
Card 15: The barbarians forced Tarzan with
their weapons, but Tarzan wasn't at all afraid.
Card 16: The lion jumped up but couldn't hurt Tarzan. Tarzan took his short knife out and killed the lion.
Card 16: The lion jumped up but couldn't hurt Tarzan. 
Tarzan took his short knife out and killed the lion.
Card 17: Tarzan and Sherry were in the cage. The lions couldn't get in. He was mad and didn't know what to do.
Card 17: Tarzan and Sherry were in the cage. The lions
couldn't get in. He was mad and didn't know what to do.
Card 18: Suddenly Tarzan opened the gate of the cage. He stared and roared at the lions. Three lions were scared and were unable to move.
Card 18: Suddenly Tarzan opened the gate of the cage. He stared and 
roared at the lions. Three lions were scared and were unable to move.
Card 19: When the lion came, Tarzan closed the gate and fought a duel with him.
Card 19: When the lion came, 
Tarzan closed the gate and fought a duel with him.
Card 20: Tarzan and Sherry took advantage of an occassion and climbed over the top of the cage. They went back into the forest and lived happily ever after.
Card 20: Tarzan and Sherry took advantage of an occassion and climbed over 
the top of the cage. They went back into the forest and lived happily ever after.


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