After spending much of the 1940s and 1950s as a matinee idol, Cornel Wilde focused much of his attention behind the camera starting with Storm Fear in 1956. From there, he balanced duties as writer, actor, producer, and director, making appearances in both film and television as well. From his time juggling these many roles came The Naked Prey, a harrowing and thrilling tale of survival loosely based off of a real life incident from the 19th Century. Criterion has revisited their early DVD release of this movie with a Blu upgrade.
The Naked Prey (1965)
Released: 12 Dec 1966
Runtime: 96 min
Director: Cornel Wilde
Genre: Adventure, Drama, Thriller
Cast: Cornel Wilde, Gert van den Bergh, Ken Gampu, Patrick Mynhardt
Writer(s): Clint Johnston, Don Peters
Plot: During the 1800s, a safari guide, two...