Matt and his son Nicholas and daughter Angela move to Africa to protect the elephants. Matt uses a helicopter to stop poachers and protect the elephants.

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Matt Robinson
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Rachel Thompson
Cody Jones ...
Nicholas Robinson
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Angela Robinson
Munyaradzi Kanaventi ...
Isaac
Themba Ndaba ...
Ngoi
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Walton Baden Smythe
Jason Kennett ...
Head Poacher
John Chinosiyani ...
Scarface
Elizjah Madzikatire ...
Abraham
Patrice Chakanyuka ...
Poacher #1
Dylan Wilson-Max ...
Poacher #2
Gavin Colborne ...
Mercernary (as Gavin Dolborne)
Dolly Mavunga ...
Jacaranda
Themba John ...
Ranger
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Matt and his son Nicholas and daughter Angela move to Africa to protect the elephants. Matt uses a helicopter to stop poachers and protect the elephants.

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26 July 1998 (USA)  »

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Cacería - Vida salvaje  »

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I think it was pretty good....
26 August 1999 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

Running Wild was an ok movie. I love animals, and could totally relate to some of the scenes in there, but the acting wasn't as good as most movies, and some scenes were very kind of fake. All in All, Brooke Nevin, Gregory Harrison, and Lori Hallier were the only ones who could really act. And besides, a 14 year old girl would SO not have a crush on that old dude. And the wardrobe? For Brooke a.k.a Angela's wardrobe, they put a green shirt and blue plaid pants together! Lord Forbid!


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