Pellucidar: World Beyond Time, a New Video from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc

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I’ve been teaming up with Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., to make some short videos, showcasing the worlds of ERB. The latest is Pellucidar: World Beyond Time. Check it out.

Pellucidar : World Beyond Time from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. on Vimeo.

All of the videos can be seen here:
Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. on Vimeo

If you view them on Vimeo, you can download and have your own copy. Or you can also view them here (but no download):

Barsoom: Beyond Imagination from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. on Vimeo.

Centennial of Tarzan of the Apes (1918 Movie) from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. on Vimeo.

Lord of the Jungle from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. on Vimeo.

One thought on “Pellucidar: World Beyond Time, a New Video from Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc

  • Ok, as acquired the first edition of SAVAGE PELLUCIDAR from off the shelf of an Hollywood bookstore a year after publication during Junior High School I looked forward to seeing more. Purchases of the Canaveral Press firsts followed.
    Relishing the art of R G Krenkel, Reed Crandall, Al Williamson and Frank Frazetta within the volumes. Usually, I do not follow up with a ‘second or enhanced edition’ but, admitted here is an exception. SAVAGE PELLUCIDAR grasped my attention as no release date, price or limited printing was given. Where and when may I find this ?
    Although, I had and read the Amazing Stories and Fantastic pulps first printings wondering why such color covers of St. John art did not make it to the first edition ,
    if only in B&W ? Truly a blessing to ERB covers as Frazetta was to the Conan Ace R E Howard series and Ace ERB paperback series. GREAT to see ERB INC. publication hardcover books again. Danton Burroughs granted me lengthy time and conversation upon my first visit there . Also, allowed me to purchase a few firsts DJ’s and books. Then followed up with my request for more ERB information within a thick large mailing envelope overflowing with paper’s and articles. Still have them since early 1970’s. Miss his conversation and helping me to this day.
    Awaiting a positive response from my lenghty inquiry here.
    50+ year off and on collector.
    But, still a reading enthusiastic fan
    TERRY L. TAYLOR

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