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Born Free is a book written by Joy Adamson in the 1960s about an orphaned Kenya.

It was made into a film of the same name in 1966 directed by James Hill, starring Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers. The song "Born Free" was written by John Barry.

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  • IMDb entry on Born Free (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060182/)

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Born Free is a 1966 motion picture written by Hollywood fllisted writer Lester Cole using the pseudonym "Gerald L.C. Copley." His screenplay was based upon the true-life 1960 international bestselling book written by Joy Adamson about her, her game warden husband, George Adamson, and Elsa, the orphaned cub lioness they raised while living in Kenya.
The film is noted for its soundtrack composed by John Barry that, in addition to winning two Academy Awards, became a pop music hit for Roger Williams and for Matt Monro who sang the title song in the film.
The making of the film was a life-changing experience for actors Virginia McKenna and her husband Bill Travers who became animal rights activists and who were instrumental in creating the Born Free Foundation.
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