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During a typically disaster-filled day, Ben Harris, an angry and frustrated bachelor mailman living in a cluttered Greenwich Village basement, learns he has been paying rent to a woman who hasn't owned his building in 6 years. No longer able to endure the injustices of society, he decides to activate the ferocious tiger within himself by abducting a helpless female and dragging her back to his lair.

  1. Arthur Hiller

    Director

  2. Murray Schisgal

    Writer

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  1. Eli Wallach

    Eli Wallach

    Ben Harris

  2. Anne Jackson

    Anne Jackson

    Gloria Fiske

  3. Dustin Hoffman

    Dustin Hoffman

    Hap

  4. Bob Dishy

    Bob Dishy

    Jerry

  5. Ruth White

    Ruth White

    Mrs. Kelly

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The Tiger Makes Out
The Tiger Makes Out

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Status Released

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  • August 18, 1967
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 34m

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