Living Free is a 1972 British drama film directed by Jack Couffer and starring Nigel Davenport, Susan Hampshire and Geoffrey Keen. After Elsa the lioness dies, her three lion cubs (Jespah, Gopa, and Little Elsa) are forced to move to a game preserve and must learn to hunt on their own with the help of George Adamson and his wife, Joy.
This film is a sequel to the movie Born Free, which was based on the book of the same name by Joy Adamson. The film Living Free is also based on a book by Joy Adamson, however it is not based on the book by the same name but is instead based on the third book in the series, Forever Free.
- Nigel Davenport ... George Adamson
- Susan Hampshire ... Joy Adamson
- Geoffrey Keen ... Kendall
- Peter Lukoye ... Nuru
- Shane De Louvre ... Makedde
- Robert Beaumont ... Billy Collins
- Nobby Noble ... Bank Manager
- Allaudin Qureshi ... Bank Clerk
- Charles Hayes ... Herbert Baker
- Jean Hayes ... Mrs. Herbert Baker
- Edward Judd ... Weaver
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