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Save The Tiger (Imprint Collection #171)

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Save The Tiger (Imprint Collection #171)

Jack Lemmon plays Harry Stoner, a man caught in violent collision with his past and present life. He believes there is nothing significant in his life except survival, and that instinct pushes him beyond moral conduct. He'll juggle the books, supply women for clients… and even set fire to his own dress manufacturing factory. He is drawn to an America when life not only had values and heroes, it all seemed worth living and building. But Harry is frightened to break away from the emptiness of his seemingly successful life.

Critic Reviews:

  • " Avildsen has a particular talent for recreating lifelike situations. Here, his camera works like a magnet, picking up each squalid detail. " – Kathleen Carroll (New York Daily News)
  • " Jack Lemmon gives the truest, most convincing performance of his career in “Save the Tiger,” a vividly affecting film about middle-aged survival. " – Stanley Eichelbaum (San Francisco Examiner)
  • " To observe Jack Lemmon's foremost performance in “Save the Tiger” is to witness and share the actor's joy in having reached the pinnacle of his long, gratifying career. " – Joe Baltake (Scripps Howard News Service)
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November 17th, 2022
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  • Region B
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English HOH
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  • United States
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