The Lion

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Time Out says

A girl's best friend is her lion in this cross-eyed savannah drama. Her game warden stepfather (Howard) has to swallow his pride when his wife (Capucine) invites her ex-husband (Holden) to come over from America to 'civilise' this wild child (Franklin). A depressing, patronising conclusion sees the original family returning to domesticity and the States. Ironically, in real life Holden liked Kenya so much that he decided to live there.
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Release details

UK release:

1962

Duration:

96 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Jack Cardiff

Cast:

Makara Kwaiha Ramadhani, Pamela Franklin, Capucine, Trevor Howard, William Holden, Paul Oduor

Music:

Malcolm Arnold

Art Director:

Alan Withy

Editor:

Russell Lloyd

Cinematography:

Ted Scaife

Screenwriter:

Louis Kamp, Irene Kamp

Producer:

Samuel G Engel

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