Bwana Devil Overview:

Bwana Devil (1952) was a Adventure - Action Film directed by Arch Oboler and produced by Arch Oboler and Sidney W. Pink.


Stack plays a lion hunter in this jungle adventure. He's brought to Africa to kill off a pair of vicious man-eaters who keep eating workers during the construction of an important continental rail line. At first, he thinks it will be a walk in the park, but the lions soon change his mind. Filmed in an early 3D process.

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Bwana Devil was the first American feature film shown using Polaroid's dual-projector 3D system.
Based on the 1898 Tsavo Lion attacks that were also told in The Ghost and the Darkness.
First movie released in the 3D film craze of the early 1950s.
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