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The Most Dangerous Game

icon The Most Dangerous Game is a feature film released in 1932, it is an adaptation of the classic 1924 short story by Richard Connell.

The download contains a CD Image featuring the Public Domain movie The Most Dangerous Game along with DCDivX Beta 3 by Marc Dukette.

Movie Overview

The famous big game hunter and author Robert 'Bob' Rainsford swims to an island after surviving a shipwreck. There, he becomes the guest of fellow hunting enthusiast Count Zaroff. Unbeknown to Bob, the shipwreck was just the beginning of what would turn out to be an entirely different survival game.

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Movie General Information

Created in 1932 and featuring the cast and crew of the original King Kong, the movie is a classic of its time which represents Hollywood in its early and arguably most creative phase. The movie is based on the classic short story by Richard Connell, through the years the story itself has been adapted countless times for Radio, Television, and Cinema. By using the cast, crew, and some sets from King Kong, the film was created at a cost of $200,000. As a result, The Most Dangerous Game made more profit for RKO Pictures than the very expensive King Kong ever did.

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Movie Credits

  • Directed by Irving Pichel, Ernest B. Schoedsack
  • Produced by Merian C. Cooper
  • Written by James Ashmore Creelman
  • Original Story by Richard Connell
  • Music by Max Steiner
  • Joel McCrea - Bob Rainsford
  • Fay Wray - Eve Trowbridge
  • Leslie Banks - Count Zaroff
  • Robert Armstrong - Martin Trowbridge
  • Noble Johnson - Ivan
  • Steve Clemente - Tartar Servant
  • Oscar Hendrian - Tartar Servant
  • William B. Davidson - Captain
  • Buster Crabbe - Sailor
  • James Flavin - First Mate
  • Arnold Gray - Passenger
  • Hale Hamilton - Bill
  • Landers Stevens - Doc
  • Phil Tead - Passenger

The radio play from 1943 is included on the CD as a bonus item, this adaptation adheres to the traditional storyline without any additional characters and plot sidelines which feature in the big screen version. Both the movie and radio adaptation will autoplay from the DCDivX menu, if you do not want to wait for the autoplay, the menu controls can be found below.

DCDivX Controls

  • D-Pad Up / Down - Browse
  • A - Play / Pause / Resume / Open Directory
  • B - Play next file
  • X - Play previous file
  • Y - Stop
  • Start - Play directory

Credits

  • The Most Dangerous Game: Public Domain
  • DCDivX: Marc Dukette
  • CD Image presented by: The DCEvolution Team

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