Stewart Granger on the cover
Number: 1 Series: 1
The entire magazine dedicated to the novelization of the film “Harry Black”
Year of Publication: 1959
Type of publication: Movie Magazine
Publisher: Agência Portuguesa de Revistas
Size: 16,9 / 12,1 cm
Original Price: 1,50$
Price: Not Available
Ciné-Mistério was a magazine dedicated to the novelization of films, published in 1959. There were 2 series with 20 issues each. The magazine’s format is 16.5/11.9 cm.
Director: Hugo Fregonese
Writers: Sydney Boehm / David Walker (novel)
Release Date: 1958
Top Cast: Stewart Granger / Barbara Rush / Anthony Steel / I.S. Johar / Martin Stephens / Frank Olegario / Kamala Devi / George Curzon / Archie Duncan
Original Title: “Harry black”
Portuguese Title: “A Garra do tigre”
Former British Army Colonel Harry Black comes to the rescue of an Indian village terrorized by a ferocious Bengal tiger. During the hunt, Black comes across the wife, Chris, of Desmond Tanner, who already knew Black from a German prisoner-of-war camp in World War Two, where his cowardice during an escape cost Black his leg. Tanner now manages a tea plantation and wants to accompany Black on the hunt to impress his young son, Michael. Black still loves Chris, with whom he had had a brief affair when visiting her to tell her about her husband’s imprisonment, and Tanner senses this. Although none of the two men openly admit it they compete against each other for Chris’ love. During the hunt, Tanner again shows himself as a coward.
Eddie Fischer and Debbie Reynolds are on the back cover.