The Most Dangerous Game Movie Review 1932

Information and Film Reviews for The Most Dangerous Game the Movie

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Shipwrecked McRae washed ashore on the island of Banks's Count Zaroff, a deranged sportsman with a flair for tracking humans. Guess who becomes the mad count's next target. Oft-told tale is compellingly related in this, the first of many using Richard Connell's famous short story. If deja vu sets in, don't worry. This production uses most of the scenery, staff, and cast from its studio cousin, "King Kong." Remade in 1945 as "A Game of Death" and in 1956 as "Run for the Sun."

Distribution

LSVideo, Inc., PO Box 415, Carmel, IN 46082, Phone: (317)846-3736, Email: gus@lsvideo.com, URL: http://www.lsvideo.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 78 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Mystery & Suspense, Shipwrecked, Survival, Psycho-Thriller, Adapted from a Story, Hunted!
Screenplay
James A. Creelman
Cast
Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks, Robert Armstrong, Noble Johnson
Cinematography
Henry W. Gerrard
Director
Ernest B. Schoedsack, Irving Pichel
Music
Max Steiner
Producer
RKO

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