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Born Free: A New Adventure (1996)

Another thrilling adventure for Elsa the lioness as she works her magic on two teenagers struggling with changes in their life

Director:

Tommy Lee Wallace

Writers:

Joy Adamson (characters from the book "Born Free"), John McGreevey
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jonathan Brandis ... Randolph 'Rand' Thompson
Ariana Richards ... Valerie 'Val' Porter
Chris Noth ... Dr. David Thompson
Lea Moreno ... Gina Thompson
Linda Purl ... Eleanor Porter
John Matshikiza ... George Luello
Pamela Nomvete ... Ondine Luello (as Pamela Nomvette)
Siyabonga Twala Siyabonga Twala ... Jomo
Florence Masebe Florence Masebe ... Frances
Wandile Molebatsi ... Nik Nik
Vicky Kente Vicky Kente ... Selena Wilkinson
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Another thrilling adventure for Elsa the lioness as she works her magic on two teenagers struggling with changes in their life

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TV-PG | See all certifications »
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In an interview during filming Jonathan Brandis said he hoped this would be the last child character he played. See more »

Connections

Follows The Lion Who Thought He Was People (1971) See more »

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Although this film is in a trilogy, you don't have to see the other films to appreciate this movie.
20 December 1999 | by suzif56See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this film and anyone out there that is an animal lover would as well. It does have some really funny moments and the occasional downer, but at the end, you have to be satisfied with the end result. It's a good movie, and more for family viewing than anything else. I really didn't know if I'd like this movie, but I did - it isn't offensive and it is a reminder of the people we want to be. Don't expect too much of this film though, it's just a laid back sort of movie and the type of one you should watch if you've had a hard day. Personally, I think it's great but it isn't one for the devoted horror fan or anything like that - just a little bit of fun and the strong underlying message that we should think of others first if we want to become happy ourselves.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 April 1996 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A História de Elza 2 See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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