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THE LIONS OF LONGLEAT

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The first outside broadcast from Europe's first Big Game Reserve and the discovery of a remarkable real-life Daktari family of animals and humans in darkest Wiltshire
In the Reserve:
Cameras and cameramen in cages observe fifty free-roaming lions
Commentary by Lord Bath and Jimmy Chipperfield
At the House by the Gate:
Mary Chipperfield lives with fifteen animals including the gorillas who play with her baby, the lion cubs in the kitchen, Kumah the guard tiger, Phoenix the panther, and Marquis the horse-riding lion
The programme introduced by Norman Tozer
Produced and directed by DEREK BURRELL-DAVIS

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Commentary By: Lord Bath
Unknown: Jimmy Chipperfield
Unknown: Mary Chipperfield
Introduced By: Norman Tozer
Directed By: Derek Burrell-Davis

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