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An Elephant Called Slowly


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Virginia McKenna Bill Travers
Ginny and Bill are invited to exchange the cold of the English winter for the Kenya sun. Whilst there they enjoy a series of unexpected encounters with a trio of amiable elephants and a rhino with a liking for lollipops. This charming film shot largely on location in Kenya comes from the maker of Born Free and Ring of Bright Water.
The lions: Boy, Girl and Ugas The elephants: Eleanor, Kadengi and Pole Pole Written and produced by BILL TRAVERS and JAMES HILL Directed by JAMES HILL
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Unknown: Virginia McKenna
Unknown: Bill Travers
Produced By: Bill Travers
Directed By: James Hill
Ginny: Virginia McKenna
Bill: Bill Travers
George Adamson: Himself
Mr Mophagee: Vinay Inambar
Henry: Joab Collins
MutiSO: Alit Waha

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An Elephant Called Slowly

BBC Two England, 31 December 1987 11.30

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