The Most Dangerous Game

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Released 1932

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Director:
Irving Pichel , Ernest B. Schoedsack
Released:
1932
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The Most Dangerous Game is a 1932 thriller directed by Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack. The film revolves around the story of renowned big-game hunter Bob Rainsford (Joel McCrea). Rainsford is traveling by ship to South America when his vessel wrecks; he alone survives the incident and makes his way to a nearby island. Upon his arrival, Bob meets a Russian man (Leslie Banks) who introduces himself as Count Zaroff. Zaroff explains that shipwrecks are common occurrences around the island, and even introduces him to a fellow survivor named Eve Trowbridge (Fay Wray). Eve tells Bob that the other survivors have been disappearing and also that she suspects Zaroff of murdering them. Bob does not initially believe her, but he soon discovers evidence that he cannot ignore. He confronts Zaroff, who reveals that he enjoys hunting human beings and tells Bob that he will either join the hunt or become the prey. Bob chooses to become the prey, and the chase begins.moreless
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