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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Harry Black and the Tiger (1958) DVD-R

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Starring Stewart Granger, Barbara Rush, Anthony Steel, I.S. Johar, Martin Stephens

Directed by Hugo Fregonese



Print: color

Runtime: 107 min.

Genre: adventure

Print Quality: B



The mysterious Indian jungle provides the setting for this adventure where a one-legged

hunter pursues a terrifying tiger, a man-eater. On the hunt, the man encounters the

cowardly fellow who caused him to lose his leg in a POW camp. Together they face the

snarling, cornered jungle cat. Again, the fellow chickens out, resulting in the near-fatal

mauling of the hunter. Later, the coward's wife helps the battered hunter recuperate. As

she ministers to him, the hunter can't help but fall in love with her. He begins to drink

heavily. He stops when he learns that the coward's son has wandered off into the

dangerous jungle. Not wanting the lad to be tiger chow, the hunter sets off to kill the beast.

He succeeds.

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Starring Stewart Granger, Barbara Rush, Anthony Steel, I.S. Johar, Martin Stephens
Directed by Hugo Fregonese

Print: color
Runtime: 107 min.
Genre: adventure
Print Quality: B

The mysterious Indian jungle provides the setting for this adventure where a one-legged
hunter pursues a terrifying tiger, a man-eater. On the hunt, the man encounters the
cowardly fellow who caused him to lose his leg in a POW camp. Together they face the
snarling, cornered jungle cat. Again, the fellow chickens out, resulting in the near-fatal
mauling of the hunter. Later, the coward's wife helps the battered hunter recuperate. As
she ministers to him, the hunter can't help but fall in love with her. He begins to drink
heavily. He stops when he learns that the coward's son has wandered off into the
dangerous jungle. Not wanting the lad to be tiger chow, the hunter sets off to kill the beast.
He succeeds.

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