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A Tiger Walks (1964)

A Tiger Walks (1964)

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After a dangerous tiger turns on its trainer and escapes from the circus, a small town in Texas finds itself in an uproar over its capture. As it is hunted by numerous parties, a young girl begins protesting and starts a nationwide movement to plead for the tiger's safety. As the situation gains more attention, the local attitude is torn by politics and outside pressure. At the time of its release, this feature (taken from a book by Ian Niall) was quite different for Disney as it portrayed realistic small-town politics rather than an ideal community. The titular tiger, on the other hand, seemed to have an uncanny knack of choosing baddies to prey upon while leaving all well-meaning folks alone.

Cast

Brian Keith
as Sheriff Pete Williams
Vera Miles
as Dorothy Williams
Pamela Franklin
as Julie Williams
Sabú
as Ram Singh
Kevin Corcoran
as Tom Hadley
Peter Brown
as Vern Goodman
Una Merkel
as Mrs. Watkins
Connie Gilchrist
as Lewis' Wife
Theodore Marcuse
as Josef Pietz
Merry Anders
as Betty Collins
Frank McHugh
as Bill Watkins
Theo Marcuse
as Josef Pietz
Doodles Weaver
as Bob Evans
Frank Aletter
as Joe Riley
Jack Albertson
as Sam Grant
Donald May
as Capt. Anderson
Harold Peary
as Uncle Harry
Robert Shayne
as Governor's Adviser
Hal Peary
as Uncle Harry
Ivor Francis
as Mr. Wilson
Michael Fox
as Television Interviewer
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All Critics (3)

Pretty odd Disney feature (at least for that studio), involving an escaped tiger.

February 24, 2008
Video-Reviewmaster.com

This Bengal's made for walking!

Full Review… | February 12, 2005
StaciWilson.com

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