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Running Wild (1998)

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.

Director:

Timothy Bond

Writers:

Tim Kirk (additional dialogue), Harry Alan Towers (as Peter Welbeck)
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gregory Harrison ... Matt Robinson
Lori Hallier ... Rachel Thompson
Cody Jones Cody Jones ... Nicholas Robinson
Brooke Nevin ... Angela Robinson
Munyaradzi Kanaventi Munyaradzi Kanaventi ... Isaac
Themba Ndaba Themba Ndaba ... Ngoi
Simon MacCorkindale ... Walton Baden Smythe
Jason Kennett Jason Kennett ... Head Poacher
John Chinosiyani John Chinosiyani ... Scarface
Elizjah Madzikatire Elizjah Madzikatire ... Abraham
Patrice Chakanyuka Patrice Chakanyuka ... Poacher #1
Dylan Wilson-Max Dylan Wilson-Max ... Poacher #2
Gavin Colborne Gavin Colborne ... Mercernary (as Gavin Dolborne)
Dolly Mavunga Dolly Mavunga ... Jacaranda
Themba John 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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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 July 1998 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cacería - Vida salvaje See more »

Filming Locations:

Zimbabwe

Company Credits

Production Co:

Save The Animals See more »
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Color
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Gavin Dolborne - a brilliant actor
25 July 2001 | by love2love2See all my reviews

This actor who is based in London now, who is well known for his advert relating to shoes, performed an excellent, deep character considering the work: he shows his depth and range in this movie, taking an elephant kick to the head: shooting blanks from a second hand automatic weapon from Russia into flammable roofing right next to a child wearing no ear protection: standing 4m away from exploding 44 gallon drums of petrol, and all in the name of art.


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