The Born Free StoryStreaming Video - 2011
2010 marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Born Free - a book and then a film that changed forever the way we think about wildlife. Elsa, an orphaned lion cub raised by George and Joy Adamson then released back into the wild, captivated audiences around the world, and became a symbol for all animals' right to live free. But behind the film and book lies the real story of the Adamsons' life with Elsa. Their diaries, home movies and detailed records reveal an intimate look into their pioneering work and unique relationship with lions. Recollections of the actress who portrayed Joy in the film, and memories of people who knew and worked with the Adamsons leave us with a new appreciation for the world of animals we never knew until Elsa and Born Free opened our eyes. NARRATED BY CHRIS MORGAN
From Library Staff
Some of you may remember the book "Born Free" about a couple and the lion they adopt. Catch up on the tremendous legacy born of that love in this engaging documentary.