In the Wild

In the Wild Dolphins with Robin Williams (1995)

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"Mork vs Flipper!"
23 November 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very touching, entertaining and informative little expose on Dolphins.

With our host, none other than our very own "dolphin" of the Hollywood set, Robin Williams! Who by the way does a very good dolphin impersonation! Williams little adventure takes us to the Bahamas and Hawaii.

We discover that our friends the dolphins have larger brains than we do and have a capacity to learn and understand full sentences! This is one of the main reasons Williams chose this wonderful animal to explore because he said he has always been fascinated and intrigued by this animal's intelligence and propensity for human contact.

Williams actually gets to "talk" with dolphins at a dolphin research center. And tries the same thing with some dolphins in the wild.

His frolicking with the many dolphins he encounters in the Atlantic Ocean, has him comparing one specially frisky young dolphin with his own young son, Cody! One especially touching moment is the kinship Williams encounters with one famous older legendary dolphin. This he said left him with a real and very strong emotional rapture of real communication with this magnificent animal.

Highly recommended! Williams is like a little kid full of curiosity and so will you at experiencing this wonderful episode!

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