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Born Wild

Born Wild ★★½ 1995 (PG)

Documentary filmmaker Christine Shaye (Shields) has just gotten her first important assignment from overbearing boss Dan Walker (Sheen), which is to capture the beauty of Africa. Christine arrives at the South African game preserve of Londolozi where she meets passionate conservationist John Varty (who plays himself). Varty has filmed one leopard family for 12 years but when the mother leopard is killed, he violates his own ethical code when he rescues her two orphaned cubs. 98m/C VHS . Brooke Shields, Martin Sheen, John Varty, David Keith; D: Duncan McLachlan; W: Duncan McLachlan, Andrea Buck.

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