|Tarzan and the Valley of Gold|
|Series||Tarzan (book series)|
|Publication date||April 1966|
|Preceded by||Tarzan and the Castaways (1965)|
|Followed by||Tarzan: The Lost Adventure (1995)|
The Edgar Rice Burroughs estate chose Fritz Leiber to write an authorized novel based on Huffaker's screenplay. Leiber's novel was released in April 1966, and features an expanded version of the film's story with footnotes detailing connections to Tarzan's past adventures as chronicled by Burroughs.
As of 2011, it is one of only four such authorized Tarzan novels; being followed by R. A. Salvatore's 1997 novelization of Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, Philip José Farmer's 1999 novel the Dark Heart of Time, and Andy Briggs' 2011 young-adult novel The Greystoke Legacy.
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Tarzan and the Valley of Gold
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