Jaws of Justice

Overview

Filmed at picturesque Lake Tahoe, NV, this ultra-low-budget dog melodrama starred one of Rin-Tin-Tin's better successors, Kazan, and silent Western hero Jack Perrin, billed for unexplained reasons as "Richard Terry." The latter plays Kincaid, a Mountie coming to the aid of Judy Dean (Ruth Sullivan) and her mute friend Kickabout (Gene Toler), who are being terrorized by persons unknown because of a treasure hidden on their land. When Judy's father Seeker Dean (Lafe McKee) is murdered, Kazan) is the only one to ...
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Overview

Filmed at picturesque Lake Tahoe, NV, this ultra-low-budget dog melodrama starred one of Rin-Tin-Tin's better successors, Kazan, and silent Western hero Jack Perrin, billed for unexplained reasons as "Richard Terry." The latter plays Kincaid, a Mountie coming to the aid of Judy Dean (Ruth Sullivan) and her mute friend Kickabout (Gene Toler), who are being terrorized by persons unknown because of a treasure hidden on their land. When Judy's father Seeker Dean (Lafe McKee) is murdered, Kazan) is the only one to recognize the killer, Boone Jackson (Robert Walker), a slippery stranger who masquerades as an author. Learning that the clue to the whereabouts of the treasure is to be found in the Edgar Allan Poe story The Gold Bug, Kincaid and Kickabout finally manage to convince Judy that Jackson is her enemy. The wily villain makes a quick getaway but is tracked down by Kazan.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Hans J. Wollstein
Although slightly better than the equally extant The Ferocious Pal (1934), Jaws of Justice remains a rather nondescript action adventure geared solely to the small fry. Leading man Jack Perrin does well enough and Robert Walker is his unctuous self, but leading lady Ruth Sullivan and juvenile actor Gene Toler are strictly bush league. As for Kazan, the dog star offers by far the film's best performance despite having recently lost his tail to cancer. Jaws of Justice was produced and directed by veteran serial ace Spencer Gordon Bennet and Kazan's owner and trainer Jack King.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/30/2010
  • UPC: 089218638199
  • Original Release: 1933
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  • Source: Alpha Video
  • Presentation: B&W
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 71,845

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kazan the Dog Zazan, the dog
Jack Perrin Sgt. Kincaid
Robert Walker Boone Jackson
Ruth Sullivan Judy Dean
Lafe [Lafayette] McKee Seeker Dean
Starlight the Horse Starlight
Richard Terry
Technical Credits
Spencer Gordon Bennet Director
Grace Davey Editor
Sol Lesser Producer
Lew Myers Sound/Sound Designer
Joseph Anthony Roach Screenwriter
Edward Snyder Cinematographer
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