Clarence, the Cross-Eyed Lion

Overview

Dr. Marsh Tracy Marshall Thompson is an animal behavioral research director who travels to East Africa with his daughter Paula Cheryl Miller in this engaging wildlife saga. While Tracy develops a relationship with anthropologist Julie Harper Betsy Drake, Paula befriends the visually challenged lion named Clarence. Because his eyes are crossed, Clarence has never been able to rely on hunting for survival, so the family adopts the lovable lion. Richard Haydn plays the schoolmaster with comic flair as he runs scared...
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Overview

Dr. Marsh Tracy Marshall Thompson is an animal behavioral research director who travels to East Africa with his daughter Paula Cheryl Miller in this engaging wildlife saga. While Tracy develops a relationship with anthropologist Julie Harper Betsy Drake, Paula befriends the visually challenged lion named Clarence. Because his eyes are crossed, Clarence has never been able to rely on hunting for survival, so the family adopts the lovable lion. Richard Haydn plays the schoolmaster with comic flair as he runs scared from the harmless king of the jungle. The evil Gregory Maurice Marsac is the leader of a group of mercenaries who plan to capture Julie's beloved gorillas and sell them for profit. Clarence later traps Gregory in a slapstick scene to save the animals from danger. The film served as a pilot for the television series Daktari.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/15/2011
  • UPC: 883316367032
  • Original Release: 1965
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Region Code: 0
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 25,927

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Marshall Thompson Dr. Marsh Tracy
Betsy Drake Julie Harper
Richard Haydn Rupert Rowbotham
Cheryl Miller Paula
Alan Caillou Carter
Maurice Marsac Gregory
Allyson Daniel Tourist's Wife
Robert DoQui Sergeant
Rockne Tarkington Juma
Albert Amos Husseini
Dinny Powell Dinny
Mark Allen Larson
Laurence Conroy Tourist
Janee Michelle Girl in Pit
Naaman Brown Villager
Napoleon Whiting Villager
Chester Jones Old Man
Technical Credits
Andrew Marton Director
Warren Adams Editor
Art Arthur Screenwriter
Lamar Boren Cinematographer
Alan Caillou Screenwriter
George W. Davis Art Director
Henry W. Grace Set Decoration/Design
Eddie Imazu Art Director
Leonard B. Kaufman Producer
Al Mack Score Composer
Jack Mills Set Decoration/Design
Marshall Thompson Screenwriter
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