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World About Us Special

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SIMON TREVOR 'S Bloody Ivory
This is the astounding true story, filmed over five years, of a single game warden's attempt to combat elephant poachers in Tsavo National Park, Kenya.
While David Sheldrick, with spotter-plane and armed rangers tries to outwit the master elephant-hunter Galo Galo , his wife Daphne must care for the baby animals orphaned by the poachers; like Push-me the rhino, and Aisha the tiny elephant, who arrives only a few days old.
Savage, poignant, comic and tragic by turns, this is.one of the finest documentaries ever to be made about man and big game. It is also a cry from the heart of Africa to save the elephant.
Director/cameraman SIMON TREVOR Film editor ANN CHEGWIDDEN Music JOHN SCOTT
Producers BILL TRAVERS , SIMON TREVOR

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Trevor
Unknown: Galo Galo
Unknown: Simon Trevor
Editor: Ann Chegwidden
Music: John Scott
Producers: Bill Travers
Producers: Simon Trevor

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