The Lion at World's End (Christian the Lion) (The Lion That Thought He Was People) (1971) - Rotten Tomatoes

The Lion at World's End (Christian the Lion) (The Lion That Thought He Was People) (1971)

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Somewhat of a sequel both to the 1966 film Born Free and 1971's The Lion at the World's End, George Adamson (Bill Travers) works at re-introducing to the wild a lion that was born in a London zoo. ~ John Bush, Rovi

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Bill Travers
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This was a really good, yet heartbreaking, and also redeeming documentary. The scene where he is running down the hill to greet his first "people-parents" after not seeing them for a year really gets me! Don't be put off by the low production value - it is worth seeing.

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