Most helpful customer reviews
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful.
Read the book on Christian the Lion before viewing this video. The video was awesome to watch. Being animal lovers, we found this whole story absolutely remarkable. Christian's memory was greater than mine is! :) Christian's story is touching, and he was such a fun, loving and majestic animal. This is one video that will be watched over and over and over again. Highly recommend it along with the book on Christian!
21 of 21 people found the following review helpful.
"Christian: The Lion at World's End" DVD
By Suzanne E. Langland
"Christian the Lion at World's End" is an awesome documentary video. The relationship between the humans and lions in this film is unbelievable. I had no idea that lions are so capable of loving and interacting with people with such gentleness and playful enthusiasm. This Love and regard for their human family extended after the necessary introduction into the wild and tears will fall when reconnection occurs.
I watched this with my husband, son and his girlfriend. The friendship between "Boy" and "Christian" moved all of us, as did the paternal care they both gave to the young cubs featured. A classic, historical journey full of Love, Tragedy and Relationships that are beyond belief. A Must-See. (By the way, my son and his girlfriend were so impressed by the film, that they asked to borrow it to show their friends)
Suzanne Langland, Denver, CO
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful. See all 44 customer reviews...
Authorized History of 'Christian the Lion'
By J. G. Lewis
This DVD presents a wonderful, and thorough, history of the Lion called Christian, supported by the Born Free Foundation, and given an intoduction by a representative thereof. The original tapes of the Born Free Foundation have been remastered and attractively presented, and, as with the presentation "Christian the Lion Who Thought He was People", the film has the merry song of 'Christian the Lion' rolling through it. This is a warm film of life, hope, nature and it's animals, disappointment, success and tragedy, but ultimate truimph. Highly recommended.