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The Most Dangerous Game


Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Leslie Banks View All


Ernest B. Schoedsack (Director), James Ashmore Creelman (Screenplay), Irving Pichel (Director), Richard Connell (Story) View All

Release: Sep. 16th, 1932
Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes
When legendary hunter Bob Rainsford is shipwrecked on the perilous reefs surrounding a mysterious island, he finds himself the guest of the reclusive and eccentric Count Zaroff. While he is very gracious at first, Zaroff eventually forces Rainsford and two other shipwreck survivors, brother and sister Eve and Martin Towbridge, to participate in a sadistic game of cat and mouse in which they are the prey and he is the hunter.
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Interestingly, Zaroff is the only voice in the film that overwhelmingly supports Bobs hunting advocacy.