The Most Dangerous Game is a tense story pitting man against man and the hunted against the hunter. Sanger Rainsford falls from a yacht on route to Rio de Janeiro to hunt jaguars. He manages to swim to a nearby island, but there the hunter becomes the hunted.
A big game hunter decides to stalk human prey.
Release Date: September 16, 1932
Release Time: 63 minutes
Joel McCrea as Robert "Bob" Rainsford
Fay Wray as Eve Trowbridge
Leslie Banks as Count Zaroff
Robert Armstrong as Martin Trowbridge
Noble Johnson as Ivan
Steve Clemente as Tartar
Dutch Hendrian as Servant
William B. Davidson as Captain
Richard Edward Connell, Jr. (October 28, 1893 – November 23, 1949) was an American author and journalist, best known for his short story "The Most Dangerous Game." Connell was one of the best-known American short story writers of his time and his stories appeared in the Saturday Evening Post and Collier's Weekly. Connell had equal success as a journalist and screenwriter. He was nominated for an Academy Award for best original story for 1941's Meet John Doe. He died of a heart attack in Beverly Hills, California on November 22, 1949 at the age of fifty-six.