Monday 13 July 2015

ARTICLE: Roar: the long-forgotten wildlife movie that injured 70 cast and crew

It is one of cinema's most disastrous shoots. And one of the most fascinating behind-the-scenes stories. 

To shoot the long-forgotten 1981 wildlife thriller Roar, producer-director Noel Marshall lived with 150 lions, tigers, cheetahs and jaguars along with his actress wife Tippi Hedren​ (The Birds) and her daughter Melanie Griffith (Working Girl).


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