A sequel to Frank Buck's 1932 "Bring 'em Back Alive", has Buck capturing just about one of everything that moves (homo-sapiens excepted) in the jungles of Malaya, with details of the ... See full summary »

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A sequel to Frank Buck's 1932 "Bring 'em Back Alive", has Buck capturing just about one of everything that moves (homo-sapiens excepted) in the jungles of Malaya, with details of the techniques and methods used by Buck to bring them back alive to the zoos of the United States. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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6 April 1934 (USA)  »

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The film states that it is "an official and authentic motion picture record of the Van Beuren-Buck Malayan jungle expedition." However, some of the action takes place in Ceylon and India. For the New York opening, Frank Buck made personal appearances after each showing. See more »

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Followed by Fang and Claw (1935) See more »

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Amazing big game capture footage!
7 October 2002 | by (Galveston, TX) – See all my reviews

I caught this movie on AMC several years ago and have been trying to find a copy of it ever since. I understand that RKO used footage from this film for decades in it's jungle scenes. Amazing, real captures a whole herd of elephants, a man-eating tiger, and just about every other jungle creature you can think of. If you can find a copy of this film, make sure you watch it. This is one of the most amazing documentaries I've ever seen.


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