Around 1966, my parents bought me this adaptation of the first Burroughs novel, with a stern, well-coiffed Tarzan wearing gold and ivory bracelets, at a local department store. I could read most of the words, but I had to ask Mom what the sentence "Tarzan was naked" meant.
It came with an Official Ape-English Dictionary, but I never learned to speak Ape.
I read the text and looked at the pictures so often that in a few months, the binding broke, and I needed a new one.
I collected Tarzan bubblegum cards (if you put them in order, they told a complete story). I took a Tarzan lunchbox to school (until he was supplainted by the Wild Wild West).
I also had a Tarzan Cartoon Kit and a Viewmaster that showed mostly African animals.
See also: Cave Man Toys