Sabor is a supporting antagonist in the 1999 Disney film Tarzan.
Role in TarzanEdit
In the opening song, "Two Worlds", Sabor's vivid eyes are seen as she snarls, and soon later when Kerchak and Kala are resting, their young baby is playing far off. Sabor chases him and kills him off screen, leaving Kala horrified and cries into Kerchak's arms as seen as the line goes No words can describe a mother's tears. Later on as the family is passing by the treehouse Tarzan's parents made. Kala hears a baby's cry and rushes to Tarzan's old treehouse, to find it in a mess and his parents' bodies lifeless. She finds the baby and cuddles it, when Sabor leaps from a beam and attacks, taking Kala by surprise.. Kala escapes with Tarzan as Sabor is caught in some rope. Sabor later appears in about the middle of the film, where he attacks the gorillas. Kerchak (the leader of the family) briefly fights him, but loses. Before Sabor could kill him, Tarzan comes in swinging on a vine, kicking the leopard. During the fight, Sabor knocks the tip off of Tarzan's spear. He gets it on a flimsy covering of a pit. Sabor leaps down on him and they plunge into the pit, and is incidentally impaled on the head of Tarzan's shattered spear as the ape man raises it against the leopard. Tarzan then calls out the famous ape man cry, as he lifts up Sabor's dead body, later placing it at Kerchak's feet.
=In Tarzan IIEdit
Sabor made a brief appearance in Tarzan II where he chases a young Tarzan into a valley. He nearly kills Tarzan but the sudden cry of the Zugor frightens him off.