The wild, [presented by] Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Beau Flynn, Clint Goldman ; story by Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; screenplay by Ed Decter & John J. Strauss and Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; directed by Steve "Spaz" Williams
The work The wild, [presented by] Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Beau Flynn, Clint Goldman ; story by Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; screenplay by Ed Decter & John J. Strauss and Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; directed by Steve "Spaz" Williams represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Reuben Hoar Library (Littleton).

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  • -17tu1PAVb8
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  • The wild, [presented by] Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Beau Flynn, Clint Goldman ; story by Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; screenplay by Ed Decter & John J. Strauss and Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; directed by Steve "Spaz" Williams
Main title
  • The wild
Responsibility statement
  • [presented by] Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Beau Flynn, Clint Goldman ; story by Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; screenplay by Ed Decter & John J. Strauss and Mark Gibson & Philip Halprin ; directed by Steve "Spaz" Williams
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Sampson is a lion on display at a zoo in New York City's Central Park, and he holds court over all the other animals, including Nigel, a testy koala bear; Larry, a dumb but well-meaning snake; Kazar, a wildebeest with a passion for choreography; Bridget, a bright but cynical giraffe; and Benny, a squirrel who is good friends with Sampson and is trying to romance Bridget without much success. Ryan is the pride and joy of Sampson's life and he becomes devastated when one day Ryan is crated up and sent away to another zoo. Sampson is desperate to find his boy, and with the help of his pals he escapes the zoo and sets out on a rescue mission. However, midtown Manhattan is unfamiliar territory for Sampson and the other zoo animals, and they have a hard time adjusting to the concrete canyons of the Big Apple
Characteristic
  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: G
OCLC Number
  • 70106896
Runtime
  • 82
Target audience
  • general
Technique
  • animation
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