Cinema: The New Pictures: Aug. 10, 1936

Bengal Tiger (Warner) injects into circus formula No. 1—about the lion tamer (Barton MacLane), the lion tamer's wife (June Travis) and the handsome young man on the flying trapeze (Warren Hull)—one new and valuable factor. Satan, meanest tiger in captivity, chews off the lion tamer's right leg at the picture's start, obligingly devours what remains of him at the finish. Between times he prowls down a village street, goes on a rampage in a butcher shop, makes kindling out of innumerable kitchen chairs, kills a substitute keeper, growling the while in a complacent...

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