Cornel Wilde portrays a white hunter captured by African hunters who then make him their prey. He's given a chance to run away, but not much chance for survival.
Mel Gibson "adopted" this story's core element of the human chase and featured it in his film "Apocalypto", including two death scenes that are virtually identical to the originals! (This isn't the first time that Gibson has "adopted" elements from other films for his own productions, either.)
The Naked Prey, however, features the beauty of the African savanna and its wildlife, rather than the dank, dark jungles of South America, and avoids portraying the "natives" as one-dimensional caricatures of human beings.
Well worth repeated viewings.