Against The Wild: Survive The Serengeti (2016)

Director
Richard Boddington

Main cast
Jeri Ryan; Ella Ballentine; John Paul Ruttan

Genres
Family

Description
Two kids and their dog must use all their skills to survive in the African bush after a plane crash.


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