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Lolita: Slave to Entertainment (2003)

This Provocative and Revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
John Crowe ... Himself
Lolita ... Herself
... Dolphin Activist (as Ric O'Barry)
Russ Rector ... Dolphin Activist
Valerie Silidker ... Narrator
Lila Snover ... Herself
Barbara Stevens ... Herself
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This Provocative and Revealing must-see documentary uniquely addresses man's relationship with wildlife. It speaks not only to animal lovers and activists, but to anyone at all who may have been duped by marine theme park propaganda. In fact, this is the film that an entire industry would rather you not see. And whether you like it or not, Lolita: Slave to Entertainment is assured to ignite conversation - if not heated debate. Written by Tim Gorski

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The film an entire industry would rather you not see

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12 January 2003 (USA)  »

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$20,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound System)

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1.44 : 1
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Howard Garett: The suffering is obvious. The suffering is what kills virtually every whale in captivity.
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