P. Dempsey Tabler
Perce Dempsey Tabler
November 23, 1876
|Died||June 7, 1956 (aged 79)|
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.
- 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)