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Living Free (1972)

When Elsa's three mischievous cubs begin wreaking havoc on the nearby villages, Joy and her husband are forced to move them hundreds of miles to a game preserve.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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George Adamson
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Joy Adamson
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Kendall
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Game Warden Weaver
Peter Lukoye ...
Nuru
Shane De Louvre ...
Makedde
Robert Beaumont ...
Billy Collins
Nobby Noble ...
Bank Manager
Charles Hayes ...
Herbert Baker
Allaudin Qureshi ...
Bank Clerk (as Aludin Quershi)
Jean Hayes ...
Mrs. Herbert Baker
Elsa ...
Herself
Jespah ...
Himself
Gopa ...
Herself
Little Elsa ...
Herself
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When Elsa's three mischievous cubs begin wreaking havoc on the nearby villages, Joy and her husband are forced to move them hundreds of miles to a game preserve.

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15 April 1972 (Japan)  »

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Drei Strolche in der Wildnis  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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(Eastmancolor) (uncredited)

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1.85 : 1
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Bill Travers and Virginia McKenna were asked to reprise their roles as George and Joy Adamson but declined. See more »

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Followed by To Walk with Lions (1999) See more »

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from "Born Free" originally composed by John Barry
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Touching, moving...
17 February 2004 | by (B'ham) – See all my reviews

The touching and moving sequal to "Born Free". "Living Free" sees the exellent Nigel Davenport as George Adamson and Susan Hampshire as his wife Joy Adamson. After the death of Elsa the Adamsons have to look after her orphaned cubs and when they start wreaking havok on a nearby villiage the Adamsons have little choice but to move them hundreds of miles away to live in peace at a game reserve but catching them prooves to be a big problem. Anybody who has ever seen "Born Free" will realise what a truely touching storey the tale of Elsa is. Based on a true story this sequal to "Born Free" will have you laughing and crying by the end.


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