Fang and Claw
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|Fang and Claw|
|Directed by||Frank Buck|
|Produced by||Amedee J. Van Beuren|
|Written by||Frank Buck,
Ferrin Fraser (uncredited)
|Narrated by||Frank Buck|
|Music by||Winston Sharples|
|Cinematography||Harry E. Squire, Nicholas Cavaliere|
|Edited by||Horace Woodard, Stacy Woodard|
|Running time||68 or 73-74 mins.[clarification needed]|
Among the scenes in the film:
- Buck shoots a tiger attacking a young rhino and captures the rhino.
- Buck captures a bird of paradise
- Buck captures a 24-foot (7.3 m) python by shooting off the tree limb supporting the snake
- Buck captures a large group of monkeys by luring them with tapioca.”
Behind the camera
“The intrepid Mr. Buck displays his ingenuity and courage…Fang and Claw will be welcomed by the youngsters."
The film made a profit of $46,000 for RKO.
- Lehrer, Steven (2006). Bring 'Em Back Alive: The Best of Frank Buck. Texas Tech University press. pp. xi. ISBN 0-89672-582-0.
- The Screen. Andre Sennwald. New York Times December 28, 1935
- Buck Cameraman relates thrills of jungle treks. Evening Independent - Google News Archive - Feb 19, 1936
- Kaspar Monahan. The Show Shops. Pittsburgh Post Gazette January 17, 1936
- Richard Jewell & Vernon Harbin, The RKO Story. New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1982. p91