Jungle Cavalcade (1941 film)
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|Directed by||Armand Denis, Clyde E. Elliott, Frank Buck|
|Produced by||Walton C. Ament|
|Written by||Phil Reisman, Jr.|
|Music by||Nathaniel Shilkret, Herman Fuchs|
|Cinematography||Leroy G. Phelps, Nicholas Cavaliere, Carl Berger, Harry E. Squire|
|Edited by||Jay Bonafield|
Among the scenes in the film:
- In the Sumatran jungle, Buck builds a trap baited with a durian fruit to capture a giant orangutan for a St. Louis zoo.
- When he sees a baby elephant pursued by a tiger, Buck shoots the tiger and captures the elephant.
- Buck captures a rare spotted leopard by shooting off the tree limb supporting the cat
- After building a four-acre corral, Buck stampedes a herd of elephants into it and then singles out individual elephants to send to zoos.
- "Jungle Cavalcade: Detail View". American Film Institute. Retrieved April 13, 2014.
- Lehrer, Steven (2006). Bring 'Em Back Alive: The Best of Frank Buck. Texas Tech University press. pp. xi. ISBN 0-89672-582-0.
- T.S. The Screen. At the Palace. New York Times. July 4th, 1941
- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette - Google News Archive - Oct 11, 1941
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