Thanks Doug! Your impression of this show is exactly what I was looking for. We are almost the very same age, and I remember that fall 1966-67 lineup of new shows (and returning shows) quite well. Tarzan and Daktari were two shows that I struggled with even as a 10 year old. I would have thought that every pre-teen would have loved it, but not me. I might feel that warmth of nostalgia that you experience. Thanks to you, I'm thinking I might pick up these WAC sets, but hopefully at a much reduced price. I continue to monitor used copies on Amazon marketplace. But we only had two channels in Western Canada in those days. I also struggled to really enjoy Batman too. Couldn't stand The Monkees. And I was really pissed that the immortal Combat! was turfed in favor of Garrison's Gorillas as it's successor show. Especially when I saw most of Combat!'s great cast used (and to me, humiliated) in the Garrison's Gorillas pilot to introduce a much lesser cast for that formulaic knock off of a show, mercifully put down after a single (1967-68) season. And that fall 1966 also saw the deconstruction of Lost in Space into an insufferable parody. Oh, the humanity! Ha, ha... Now you've really got my attention, Jeff! I like the idea of these babes glistening with a sweaty sheen while they tromp around in the heat and humidity of Mexico and Brazil. I really had no idea that they filmed this show out of country! Perhaps I had Tarzan confused with Daktari in respect to "Africa USA". You've certainly highlighted another draw for me getting some of the Tarzan WAC sets, thank you. If you have the first 3 seasons of HGWT, I guess you might be torn as to whether the complete series set might be the way to go, price wise. But I hope you can find seasons 4 to 6 volumes at a bargain price. I really don't like the mega paks, although I have a few, Streets of San Francisco, Vega$, Cannon, etc. Right to the end, HGWT had many great episodes to come. And of course, as you see with my screen shots, they are state of the art HD transfers. Thanks Bert! And thank you for the suggestion of revisiting this episode. I'm going to do a few more with that season two Robert J. Wilke HGWT, and those two The Dakotas unaired episodes that you have praised. Yes, the monologues and dialog as written in those HGWT teleplays by the great Harry Julian Fink are often awe inspiring in their eloquence. What great writing on this series!