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Born Free

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starring
Virginia McKenna Bill Travers
Based on the bestselling books by Joy Adamson , Bom Free is one of the most famous and successful of all true-life adventure movies.
George Adamson , a senior game warden in Kenya, brings home three baby lion cubs whose mother he has shot. With his wife, Joy, he succeeds in rearing them and Joy becomes particularly attached to the smallest, Elsa.
Screenplay by GERALD L. c. COPLEY
Based on the books by JOY ADAMSON Produced by SAM JAFFE and PAUL RADIN Directed by JAMES HILL * FILMS: page 26

Contributors

Unknown: Joy Adamson
Unknown: George Adamson
Unknown: Gerald L. C. Copley
Unknown: Joy Adamson
Produced By: Sam Jaffe
Produced By: Paul Radin
Directed By: James Hill
Joy Adamson: Virginia McKenna
George Adamson: Bill Travers
Kendall: Geoffrey Keen
Nuru: Peter Luckoye
Makkede: Omar Chambati
Sam: Bill Godden
Baker: Bryan Epsom
Ken: Robert Cheetham
James: Robert Young
Watson: Geoffrey Best
Indian doctor: Surya Patel

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