Big Cat (1956)
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"The Depression in the year 1933,along with a drought, has left the beautiful Utah woodlands parched, and this drives "The Big Cat" from the mountains. The cat's new arrival is upsetting to the balance of nature and brings out the worst in Gil (Forest Tucker) and Tom (Preston Foster) whose long standing rivalry finds new deadly fuel when young Danny appears on the scene. The final scene will bring a tear from the more sensitive heart and leave the audience with a more complete thought of mankind, who we are, and how the law involves us."
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