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Lion-Tiger Fight
Description: A large scale tiger hunt in the Gir forest in India followed by a staged fight to the death between a lion and a tiger

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Clip #: TFA-77E
Length: 13:09
Year: 1946
Color: B/W
Sound: Silent
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1940s
Filmmaker: Eugene Castle
Region: Central Asia
Country: India
Subject: Animals
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
tiger hunt, elephant, indian prince, pith helmets, hunters, palace, rajah, large group of elephants with riders, Gir forest, village with grass huts, women in native costume with lots of jewelry, village men, procession of elephants with riders through stream and across fields, elephant pushes over tree, two tigers, hunters, man shoots shotgun and kills tiger, beaters through jungle, lion , lion and tiger fight, lion wins, hunters watch, dead tiger is dragged off lion drinks water.


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