Bristol Bad Film Club: Roar

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Deemed by many as one of cinema's most dangerous films ever made, 'Roar' is a 1981 flick where no animals were harmed in its making... but 70 cast and crew were

This September Bristol Bad Film Club brings you the tale of a woman who travels to Africa with her family to meet a scientest who lives with wild animals, starring Tippi Hedren, Noel Marshall and Melanie Griffith - cast as her real-life mother Hedren's daughter. In short, all the makings for another classic BBC screening.