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  • The Most Dangerous Game

    1932. USA. Irving Pichel, Ernest B. Schoedsack. 63 min.

Monday, September 24, 2007, 7:15 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • The Most Dangerous Game

    1932. USA. Directed by Irving Pichel, Ernest B. Schoedsack. Screenplay by James Creelman, based on the short story by Richard Connell. With Joel McCrea, Leslie Banks. An adaptation of Connell's 1924 short story, the film concerns a big-game hunter who hunts humans for sport on an island. McCrea plays Robert Rainsford, a man shipwrecked on the island, and Banks portrays Count Zaroff, the hunter. Shot mostly at night, the film used the same sets that were being used for the Skull Island sequences of King Kong, and also stars Kong costars Fay Wray and Robert Armstrong. 63 min.

In the Film exhibition In Memoriam: Thierry Kuntzel (1948–2007)

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