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8 May 1998 (USA) See more »
This film explores an elephant clan's search for food and water as seen through the eyes of one old bull. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Avery Brooks ... Narrator (voice)

Directed by
Michael Caulfield 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Caulfield  writer

Produced by
Michael Caulfield .... producer
Tim Cowling .... executive producer
Lori Flekser .... line producer
Original Music by
Roger Mason 
Cinematography by
Tom Cowan 
Film Editing by
Kathleen Korth 
Production Management
Rick Gordon .... post-production supervisor
Sound Department
Steve Burgess .... foley editor
Steve Burgess .... foley recordist
Gerry Long .... foley artist
Ian McLoughlin .... sound re-recording mixer
Andrew Neil .... sound editor
Roger Savage .... sound
Danielle Wiessner .... sound effects editor
Phil Winters .... sound effects editor
Visual Effects by
Alan G. Markowitz .... visual effects supervisor: Imagica USA
Ari Rubenstein .... technical director: Xaos Inc.
Camera and Electrical Department
Jeremy Braben .... aerial camera operator
Editorial Department
Annie Toth .... post-production coordinator
Music Department
Christopher Gordon .... conductor
Christopher Gordon .... orchestrator
Katrina Schiller .... music editor
Other crew
Iain Douglas-Hamilton .... scientific consultant
Edwin Escalante .... post production (as Ed Escalante)

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2 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Africa's Elephant Kingdom!, 12 July 2004
Author: Movie Nuttball from U.S.A.

This is a very good Documentary with good narration by Avery Brooks. I think that all of the filming of the wonderful animals is really great. I knew some things about the African Elephant but by watching this video I learned a whole lot more! I did not know how smart Elephants are. One of the things I thought was remarkable was when two males fight for the female they go into a fight and the thing is they actually know that the are going to get hurt or even die in the battle. Another thing is how the Elephants stay together as family. The video clips of the leader Elephant charging when threatened was really awesome! This video in so interesting, sad, great, entertaining, funny, and exciting all at the same time. There is some death in this feature but it is not by man. If you love Elephants and want to see how intelligent these creatures are and the cute as well as the great things they do in the wild then I strongly recommend you watch this today because I don't think you can watch anything more informal!

Movie Nuttball's NOTE:

I love most animals in the world and I dislike people harming animals and the poachers killing innocent creatures. One day I would like man to be the hunted. This is just how I feel. Thank you for reading!

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