This 1932 classic is the blueprint for all modern day thrillers and horror movies. Leslie Bank's Count Zaroff must be a blood ancestor of Dr. Hannibal Lector. There is nightmarish imagery and brutal action sequences featuring man battling beast. The movie is only 63 minutes long, but it packs a powerful punch 72 years after release.
Broward County Main Library will be presenting a free screening of "The Most Dangerous Game" on Saturday, March 19, 2005 @ 1 p.m.
CinemaDave will introduce this motion picture on behalf of the Bonnie Kafin Fund to promote literature. In the spirit of the Moxie Saturday Matinee from the 1930's, CinemaDave will also present the six minute test reel for "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow"
Joel McCrea and Fay Wray in a David O. Selznick/Merian Cooper/ Ernest B. Schoedsack production....
"Literary Cinema" does not get better than this...!