The Most Dangerous Game


The Most Dangerous Game Review

Early talkie, starring Fay Wray as a damsel in distress, trapped on that infamous mad Russian's island, where humans (including shipwrecked Joel McCrea) are hunted for sport. You read it in high school, now see the original film version of the Richard Connell story, done with impressive effects, moody cinematography, and an unbeatable adventure tale. (Plus: only 62 minutes long!)

The Most Dangerous Game

Facts and Figures

Run time: 63 mins

In Theaters: Friday 16th September 1932

Distributed by: RKO Radio Pictures Inc.

Production compaines: RKO Radio Pictures

Reviews 4 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 100%
Fresh: 16

IMDB: 7.3 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: , Ernest B. Schoedsack

Producer: Merian C. Cooper, David O. Selznick

Starring: as Robert Rainsford, as Eve Trowbridge, as Count Zaroff, as Martin Trowbridge, Hale Hamilton as Bill Woodman, as Ivan, Steve Clemente as Tartar, Buster Crabbe as Sailor who falls off boat (uncredited), James Flavin as First Mate on Yacht (uncredited), William B. Davidson as captain

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