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  • Elmo Lincoln - Wikipedia

    Elmo Lincoln (born Otto Elmo Linkenhelt) (February 6, 1889 – June 27, 1952) was an American film actor

  • Elmo Lincoln - IMDb

    Elmo Lincoln, Actor: Tarzan of the Apes. He was the first Tarzan. A former Arkansas peace officer, Elmo Linkenhelt worked in D.W. Griffith's "The Battle of Elderbush ...

  • ERBzine 0283: My Father, Elmo Lincoln by Marci'a Lincoln ...

    My Father, Elmo Lincoln ~ The Original Tarzan by Marci'a Lincoln Rudolph. My Father, Elmo Lincoln: The Original Tarzan is a book that explores the life and times of ...

  • Tarzan of the Apes (1918 film) - Wikipedia

    Tarzan of the Apes is a 1918 American action/adventure silent film directed by Scott Sidney starring Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey, George B. French and Gordon Griffith.

  • Elmo Lincoln | American actor |

    Elmo Lincoln: …film in 1918, with lantern-jawed Elmo Lincoln as the first movie ape-man. More than a dozen actors have since swung through the trees as Tarzan, the ...

  • Elmo Lincoln | Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos ...

    Find bio, credits and filmography information for Elmo Lincoln on AllMovie - The screen's first Tarzan, Elmo Lincoln might never have landed the role had it not been ...

  • Elmo Lincoln Profiles | Facebook

    View the profiles of people named Elmo Lincoln. Join Facebook to connect with Elmo Lincoln and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to...

  • Elmo Lincoln - Biography - IMDb

    Elmo Lincoln, the original "Tarzan" of the movies, was born Otto Elmo Linkenhelt in Rochester, Indiana on February 6, 1889, into a middle-class family of seven.

  • Elmo Lincoln - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Elmo Lincoln (Otto Elmo Linkenhelt, February 6, 1889 – June 27, 1952) was an American movie actor. He played the first movie Tarzan in Tarzan of the Apes (1918).

  • elmolincoln (@elmolincoln) | Twitter

    The latest Tweets from elmolincoln (@elmolincoln): " It's amazing how many pedestrians confuse "Right of Way" with "Immortality.""

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