How Frank Buck Filmed His Famous Tiger-Python Battle

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Everyone who has seen Frank Buck’s “Bring ‘Em Back Alive,” that amazing movie of jungle life, is asking the question: “How did they ever film that spectacular battle between a Bengal tiger and a 30-foot python? Was it faked? How did the cameramen happen to be on the scene — and how did they escape with their own lives?” Read the answer in this article.

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