Save the Tiger (1973)
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In this film, an upwardly mobile garment manufacturer's underhanded business tactics are catching up with him. He cheats on his wife, arranges business deals by servicing his clients with prostitutes, and torches his warehouse to collect the insurance money, all the while paying empty lip service to his lost ideals.
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Critic Reviews for Save the Tiger
Jack Lemmon won the 1973 Best Actor Oscar in John Avildsen's Arthur Miller-like sentimental melodrama, in which he plays a bitter down-on-his-luck L.A. businessman who feels cheated by the American Dream.
Lemmon turns in showy, theatrical work that's appropriate to the not-terribly subtle film around him, but the whole enterprise is one that's best avoided...
Audience Reviews for Save the Tiger
Set fire to the factory. Supply women for the clients. Harry Stoner will do anything to get one more season.More
The greatest performance ever given by an actor and Jack Lemmon delivers this in his breathtaking Oscar winning role.
One of the top ten best films of 1973.
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