Lion’s warning

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Possible Answers: ROAR.

Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 5 May 19, Sunday

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Roar is a 1981 American adventure comedy[N 1] exploitation film written and directed by Noel Marshall, produced by and starring Marshall and his then wife, Tippi Hedren, and co-starring Hedren’s daughter, Melanie Griffith, and Marshall’s sons, John and Jerry. The film follows a man who lives with a range of ravening lions and big cats. When he attempts to bring his family to his home in Africa, they are accidentally left alone with the animals they are afraid of.


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The idea for the film was conceived when Hedren and Marshall learned about endangered wildlife while Hedren was filming Satan’s Harvest in Mozambique. The two, alongside their family, prepared for the film by living with lions in their home. Filming started in California during the 1970s. A flood from a dam destroyed the set and equipment three years into filming. After numerous such problems arose on-set, the budget increased drastically and production was delayed for over 11 years. Roar also became notorious for the dangerous situations that the cast and crew were placed in, which resulted in 70 people, including the stars, being injured during filming by the predatory animals used in the film. The actors sustained many life-threatening injuries ranging from bone fractures to scalpings and gangrene. Much of the footage capturing the injuries was included in the final cut of the film. It has been considered the most dangerous film shoot in history.

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