Roar (1981)

Director
Noel Marshall

Main cast
Tippi Hedren; Melanie Griffith; Jerry Marshall; Kyalo Mativo; Rick Glassey

Genres
Thriller, Adventure

Description
They lived with over 150 lions. In the house! The idea grew from Tippi Hedren and her husband's passion for cats -- VERY, LARGE CATS!!! Truly a family affair and a labor of love that you and your family will enjoy time and time again.


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