The Most Dangerous Game (1960) Movie Details

The Most Dangerous Game
The Most Dangerous Game
Max Steiner
RKO Radio Pictures
1 hr 3 mins
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The Most Dangerous Game Movie Cast

Joel McCrea
as Robert Rainsford
Fay Wray
as Eve Trowbridge
Leslie Banks
as Count Zaroff
Robert Armstrong
as Martin Trowbridge
Hale Hamilton
as Bill Woodman
Noble Johnson
as Ivan
Steve Clemente
as Tartar
William Davidson
as Captain
Buster Crabbe
as Sailor who falls off boat (uncredited)
James Flavin
as First Mate on Yacht (uncredited)
Landers Stevens
as "Doc" - Passenger on Yacht
Landers Stevens
as "Doc" - Passenger on Yacht (uncredited)

The Most Dangerous Game Crew List

Director : ,
Author : Richard Connell
Screenplay : James Ashmore Creelman
Executive Producer : David O. Selznick
Producer : Merian C. Cooper
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Henry W. Gerrard
Editor : Archie Marshek
Art Direction : Carroll Clark
Set Decoration : Thomas Little

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The Most Dangerous Game

The Most Dangerous Game is a 1960 English Film stars Joel McCrea , Irving Pichel , Ernest B. Schoedsack , Richard Connell , James Ashmore Creelman , David O. Selznick , Merian C. Cooper , Max Steiner , Henry W. Gerrard , Archie Marshek , Carroll Clark , Thomas Little , Fay Wray , Leslie Banks , Robert Armstrong , Hale Hamilton , Noble Johnson , Steve Clemente , William Davidson , Buster Crabbe , James Flavin , Landers Stevens , Landers Stevens , directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack & music by Max Steiner.