|Directed by||Sam Newfield|
|Produced by||Jack Schwarz
|Written by||Arthur St. Claire|
J. Farrell MacDonald
|Music by||Lee Zahler|
|Cinematography||Ira H. Morgan|
|Edited by||George M. Merrick|
|Distributed by||Producers Releasing Corporation|
Frank Buck tangles with Nazis who have been doping tigers in Malaya, thereby making man-eaters of them. With the cats on a rampage, rubber production is seriously curtailed and the Allied war effort jeopardized. Buck and his associates, Peter Jeremy, Geoffrey MacCardle and Linda McCardle, thwart the Teutonic malefactors: the villainous Nazi Dr. Lang (Arno Frey) and his portly accomplice Henry Gratz. Thereafter, life is safe once again in the jungle.
- Frank Buck as Frank Buck
- June Duprez as Linda McCardle
- Duncan Renaldo as Peter Jeremy
- Howard Banks as Tom Clayton
- J. Farrell MacDonald as Geoffrey MacCardle
- Alex Havier as Ali (credited as J. Alex Havier)
- Arno Frey as Dr. Lang
- Dan Seymour as Henry Gratz
- Pedro Regas as Takko
“Juves should find this Frank Buck actioner exciting. It's a fiction piece, and not the usual jungle travelogue…June Duprez is as attractive a biologist as one could hope to meet up with in the middle of the jungle.” 
“The animal shots are eye-filling, as usual, and especially well photographed…They're convincing enough…to keep the younger generation glued to movie house seats. Sam Newfield directed with a good sense of melodramatic action, and it is Mr. Buck himself who gives the stand-out performance. The jungle fellow is a right natural actor.” 
As of 2014, Tiger Fangs holds a two and a half star rating (5.1/10) on IMDb.
- Variety, Nov 24, 1943
- Irene Thirer, New York Post, Nov 24, 1943
- Lehrer, Steven (2006). Bring 'Em Back Alive: The Best of Frank Buck. Texas Tech University press. p. 248. ISBN 0-89672-582-0.
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- Tiger Fangs at the American Film Institute Catalog
- Tiger Fangs at the Internet Movie Database
- Tiger Fangs is available for free download at the Internet Archive
- on YouTube
- Brian Taves, "Candidates for the National Film Registry: Fang and Claw and Tiger Fangs"
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