of the Serengeti: The Lion's Tale (USA, 1995) Tales of the Serengeti Vol. 4
Produzent: Alan Miller
Kamera: Gil Domb
Sprecher: Michael Dorn
Eine Produktion von ABC/Kane Productions (USA)
VHS-Video, NTSC-Format, Farbe, 56 Minuten ABC Home Video (USA), Februar
Synopsis: "Tales of the Serengeti,
a unique natural history series, presents the spectacular wildlife of East Africa enriched with engaging
stories about the men and women who live and work in this wonderful natural theater. These stories are
centered around the camp of filmmaker Hugo van Lawick at Ndutu, in the heart of the African plains. From
here the films take viewers out into the Serengeti, offering them
a front row seat to some of nature's most spectacular events. Lions are the Serengeti's most feared
and popular predators. Cameraman Gil Domb under the tutelage of Hugo van Lawick, spent twelve months in the Ngorongoro
Crater filming the triumphs and failures of a single pride. The Lion's Tale tells a cameraman's
story in the wild. The film illustrates the backup and support that Gil needed in order to capture the
lion's behavior on film."
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Ultimate Enemies: Elephants and Lions (BW, 2003)
Produzent: Dereck Joubert & Beverly
Kamera: Dereck Joubert & Brad Besterlink
Ton: Beverly Joubert
Sprecher: Jeremy Irons
Musik: J. B. Arthur
Films Botswana (BW) Produktion
DVD, Regionalcode 2, PAL-Format, 72
Bild: Farbe, Bildformat 1,85:1 Letterbox
Ton: Englisch (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Next Video (Südafrika), 2003, SWFD 001, EAN 600966321-458-2
Cover: "Over eight years of filming
in the northern wildernesses of Botswana, the Jouberts have now released this follow up to their famous Emmy
Award winning film Eternal Enemies:
Lions and Hyenas. A young pride of lions sets out on a grand adventure, leaving their safe home range
and walking west into the unknown. When they finally arrive at a water hole, it is a vision of paradise,
except the huge bull elephants that dominate stop them from drinking. Their first kill, a kudu, secures them
a place in this territory but this strange status quo changes one day. Two huge bull elephants lock tusks in
a battle. One elephant collapses and the lions come out of the shadows. What happens next changes the course
of nature in this area and affects the relationship between these two ultimate of enemies as the lions
develop techniques for hunting the largest animals in their range. The sensitive narration of Jeremy Irons
sets the mood for this inspired film that blends scenes from nature that have never been witnessed before
with a symphonic film score and poetry, creating a surreal experience. The Jouberts understand the nature of
wilderness and wild things, and they reach deep inside themselves to help us experience and understand it
the way they do in this film."
Cover: "Walking with Lions takes us to a remote corner of the Zambezi Valley in northern
Zimbabwe. Here, a remote spring serves as the sole source of water for thousands of wild animals during the
harsh eight-month dry season. They trek from afar to slake their thirst in a death trap: an African spring
surrounded by a pride of lions. Witness the conflict faced between satisfying their need to drink while
walking the gauntlet into a narrow gorge harbouring hidden predators."
Living with Lions (USA 2002,
Produzent: Maya Laurinaitis
Kamera: Gil Domb, Philip Richardson & Lynne Richardson
Sprecher: Lance Lewman
Musik: Williams/Biondo Music
Eine National Geographic
Television & Films (USA) Produktion
Synopsis: "A behind the scenes look at the making of Walking with Lions."
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The Whole Story: Elephants & Lions
DVD, Regionalcode 0 (weltweit),
PAL-Format, 102 Minuten
Bild: Farbe, Bildformat 1,78:1 Letterbox
Ton: Englisch (Dolby Digital 2.0) Delta Music (UK),
August 2002, 82265, EAN 4006408-82265-3
The Whole Story, Episode 1: Elephants (SA/NL 2000, 51 min.)
Cover: "Elephants are not only the largest land mammals on Earth, they are also among the most
endearing: an irresistible mix of intelligence, dexterity and shear power. Comprised of over 100,000
individual muscles, the elephant's trunk is the world's most versatile nose. At various times it functions
as hand, weapon, drinking straw, vacuum cleaner, snorkel and eating utensil. Combine this with a pair of
tusks which are, in fact, the world's longest teeth and the elephant presents an extremely formidable face.
These powerful pachyderms are able to adapt to almost any African habitat. In the Kunene desert, they trek
for days in search of precious water to drink. In the rainforest of Ghana, the smaller, more agile elephants
face different challenges. In rarely captured footage, the forest elephants are seen spraying themselves
with half-chewed food and saliva to cool down. Wherever they find themselves, elephants are fiercely
familial. They travel in herds and keep in touch with each other using 30 different long-distance,
low-frequency calls. This way, group members can call home from over 8 kilometers away. Science has only
recently revealed a rare new elephant ailment known as 'floppy trunk syndrome'. Thought to be a new type of
virus or the result of eating toxic introduced plants, the result is that the animal loses all control of
its trunk. There is no recovery and, unable to feed properly, there is little hope of survival. With
stunning visuals, the latest scientific research and rare elephant behavior, we tell The Whole Story
on Africa's great grey giants."
The Whole Story, Episode 8: Lions (SA/NL 2000, 51 min.)
Cover: "Lions are a universal emblem of courage – the super-charged hunting beasts admired for
centuries for their strength and prowess. More than any other animal, lions symbolise Africa. The roar of a
lion fills the night – the world's most chilling, spine-tingling sound - as powerful as the noise of a
small plane taking off. It has a huge appetite: at one sitting, a hungry lion can eat the equivalent of a
whole person. Its eyes are keen: this big tawny hunter has night vision six times better than ours. It's a
big killing machine: it weighs at least twice as much as a grown man, has claws like sharp switchblades, a
rasping tongue much rougher than sandpaper. It can overpower animals far bigger than itself. Yet it can be
gentle, caring and affectionate. Mothers even suckle each other's cubs. The secret of the lion's success is
that it lives in a group – Africa's most powerful land carnivore is the only truly social cat in the
world. The mighty male's life is fraught with danger, the sleek female's with the cares of child-minding,
warring with neighbours, and risking all in the hunt. So do lions have it made? We find out The Whole
Story of life in the pride."
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