The Most Dangerous Game (1932)/Gow The Headhunter (1931)
Deranged big-game hunter Count Zaroff (Leslie Banks) forces the reluctant guests on his remote island to become the quarry in his latest hunt. The classic thriller "The Most Dangerous Game," directed by "King Kong" co-creator Ernest B. Schoedsack, features many of that film's jungle sets; Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, and Robert Armstrong also star. Next, the pre-"Mondo Cane" documentary "Gow The Headhunter" offers a shocking glimpse into savage marital rites, sacrificial ceremonies, and other bizarre rituals of primitive cannibal tribes in the South Pacific, as filmed by adventurer Edward A. Salisbury and his crew (among them a young Schoedsack). AKA: "Gow The Killer." 123 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English; interview.
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