Millionaire Eric Gorman is a zoologist/hunter who has created his own private menagerie of wild beasts from his safaris. He’s also insanely jealous and uses his dangerous pets to get rid of any potential romantic rival for his wife or any person that displeases him. Made before the Production Code used to be enforced, Murders within the Zoo (1933) is a grisly and perverse Pre-Code horror thriller that used to be reasonably shocking for its time. The movie is dominated by Lionel Atwill’s very good performance as the sadistic zoo owner and features stunning cinematography by seven-time Oscar(r) nominee Ernest Haller. The supporting cast includes Charlie Ruggles (Bringing Up Baby, 1938), Kathleen Burke (Island of Lost Souls, 1932), a young Randolph Scott and the longer term Governor of Connecticut, John Lodge.
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