The Suckers (1972)

Directed by: Stu Segall

Stars: Richard Smedley, Laurie Rose, Steve Vincent

Language: English

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Dvdrip

Description: A rich and powerful big-game hunter tires of tracking and killing animals, and gets an idea–he will invite the owners of a model agency he knows and two of their models to be guests on his estate for the weekend, and use them as the objects of his latest hunt.


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1.31Gb | 79:48mins | 853×460 | mkv

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5 Responses to The Suckers (1972)

  1. Brian says:

    One other thing. The premise this movie is base on was made many times in many ways and likely base on the original “The Most Dangerous Game”. In fact, it was actually an episode of “Gilligan’s Island” called The Hunter (Hunting, raping, and killing girls in “The Suckers” is replace by hunting and killing Gilligan on “Gilligan’s Island”)–>

    Gilligan’s Island: The Hunter –> Big game hunter Jonathan Kincaid lands on the island. Disappointed to discover no game to hunt, he decides to hunt “the Most Deadly Game”, also known as Gilligan. If Gilligan can elude him for 24 hours then he will rescue them. Gilligan survives but there’s no rescue, Kincaid is fearful of going to jail if they told anyone about the hunt so he leaves them on the island. Later the castaways hear about how Kincaid shoots 100% at a trap shoot but has a mental breakdown and has to be taken away in a straightjacket to a mental hospital mumbling “Gilligan”. A spoof of The Most Dangerous Game.

    • Wendel says:

      It was also used in an Episode of “Get Smart,” both way before this adaptation and I believe it was the plot for Bloodlust! (1961) with Robert (Brady Bunch) Reed.

  2. Brian says:

    Man, if I had not found this movie recently, I would have thanked the hell out of you!! I still thank you!! I was looking for this movie forever. This movie has been considered unavailable for years and years (out of pring and all prints lost!!). Recently, someone must have found a print, made a DVD, and placed it for sale. I did purchase a DVD of “The Suckers”. The fact that it is posted here, however, is still awesome. And, again, if I didn’t find it previously, I would have been jumping for joy!!

  3. Lucifer says:

    Man! You’re

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