Tiger Shark

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Time Out says

A minor but highly enjoyable Hawks adventure, with Robinson in expansive form as the Portuguese tuna fisherman who marries a friend's daughter, only to find that she has lost her heart to his younger buddy. Warners revamped the love-triangle story countless times, and Hawks himself reworked it for Barbary Coast; but the film's virtues lie less in its plot (which, with its protagonist mutilated by a shark, occasionally drifts rather waywardly into Moby Dick territory) than in its jaunty mood and in the evocative tuna-fishing sequences, shot on location on the Monterey coast.
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Release details

UK release:

1932

Duration:

80 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Howard Hawks

Cast:

Leila Bennett, Richard Arlen, J Carrol Naish, Zita Johann, Edward G Robinson, Vince Barnett

Music:

Leo F Forbstein

Art Director:

Jack Okey

Editor:

Thomas Pratt

Cinematography:

Tony Gaudio

Screenwriter:

Wells Root

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