Johnny Weissmuller: Twice the Hero PDF
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Johnny Weissmuller: Twice The Hero

The name, Johnny Weissmuller, has a magic ring to it. Johnny was an undefeated swimming champion and American hero as a five-time Olympic gold medal winner, and then continued his own brand of heroism on the silver screen—first as Tarzan and then later as Jungle Jim. He was even a true-life hero in 1927, and was credited with saving the lives of eleven people after the tragic capsize of the Lake M...

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Publisher: Artist's Press (June 25, 2013)
Publication Date: June 25, 2013
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Language: English
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“I've been a "Weissmuller" fan for most of my life,and this book is long overdue.The rare photos are simply great.The book may seem to be slightly over-priced until one examines the quality of the workmanship.The binding and print is first-rate.It cov...”

chigan excursion boat, Favorite.Johnny was also an exemplary role model to his adoring fans, who spent more than three decades worshiping his every move in the pool and on the screen. His adoring public—men and women alike—would always forgive any minor sins he might commit in his lifetime because of his genuine purity of heart and kindness of soul.Few athletes in the history of sports can lay claim that they retired undefeated, as was the case with Johnny, who never lost a freestyle race in his amateur swimming career. From his official debut in competi¬tive swimming in August of 1921, when he won his first A.A.U. championship in the 50-yard freestyle, Weissmuller was the winner in every freestyle race he ever entered through 1929, when he retired from competitive swimming so he could earn a living.As difficult as it is to achieve fame and reach the pinnacle of success in a particular field, Johnny Weissmuller did it twice: He was the greatest swim¬mer of all-time, and then became eternally famous and internationally loved and remembered as "Tarzan" on the silver screen. As an undefeated swimming and Olympic champion, he was a hero to millions of Americans. His fan adulation eventually spread around the world, and knew no boundaries by country or creed. As Edgar Rice Burroughs' jungle god in twelve Tarzan adventures, he was the ultimate screen hero. Weissmuller continued to wear the mantle of heroism with his role of "Jungle Jim," another pulp fiction character brought to the big screen for sixteen thrilling adventures from 1948 through 1955.Johnny Weissmuller was in the right place at the right time for the role of Tarzan—it was simply a matter of fate. Those closely entwined cousins of fortune, serendipity and fortuity, certainly helped guide Johnny through his magical life. (Complete reviews from Booklist and many others at www. ArtistsPress.com. From the 2000 hardcover publication of the book.) .