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The Late Film: The Day of the Animals

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Christopher George Leslie Nielsen
Lynda Day George
An imbalance in the earth's ozone level causes animals at high altitudes to turn hostile Caught in this ecological nightmare is a group of hikers unaware of the danger, who set out on a holiday in California's High Sierras. Their camp is savagely attacked by wolves, and their holiday turns into a terrifying fight for survival.
ScrcGnplsy by WILLIAM AND ELEANOR NORTON
Produced by EDWARD L. MONTORO Directed by WILLIAM GIRDLER
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Contributors

Unknown: Christopher George
Unknown: Leslie Nielsen
Unknown: Lynda Day George
Unknown: William And
Unknown: Eleanor Norton
Produced By: Edward L. Montoro
Directed By: William Girdler
Steve: Christopher George
Paul Jensen: Leslie Nielsen
Terry: Lynda Day George
Taylor: Richard Jaeckel
Daniel: Michael Ansara
Ray Moore: Paul Mantee
Frank Young: Jon Cedar
Forest ranger: Paul Barnes
Bob: Andrew Stevens
Beth: Kathleen Bracken
Jon Goodwin: Bobby Porter
Mandy: Susan Blacklinie
Little girl: Michelle Stacy
Newscaster: Garrison True
Sheriff: Michael Clifford
Officer: Michael Rougas

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The Late Film: The Day of the Animals

BBC One London, 22 May 1987 23.40






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