1961 film by Ralph Brooke
- Directed and written by Ralph Brooke, based on the short story The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell.
He hunted humans for the sheer sport of killing ... and made his island paradise into a Hell on Earth! (taglines)
- Johnny Randall: You mean you hunted those people down? Then killed them, and did that to them?
- Dr. Albert Balleau: Exactly. I hunted them. And shall I tell you why? I'd been a scholar all my life. I was curator of a large museum. And the war began. I who had never killed anything in my life assigned to duty as a sniper - a sharpshooter - because of my steady hand and keen eyesight. [chuckles] It amuses me now that I found it distasteful at first. And as time went by I adjusted my new activity. For what had been an unpleasant duty became a pleasure then it developed into a passion and then into a lust. A lust for blood! A lust that has grown with the years! And one that I spend my entire life trying to satisfy.
- Maniac Hunts Humans In A Jungle Hell!
- Two beautiful young girls...Defenseless against the deadly ancient crossbow!
- He hunted humans for the sheer sport of killing ... and made his island paradise into a Hell on Earth!
- The foulest passion of them all!
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