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  • Actors: Wild Cats
  • Directors: Michael Rosenberg, Wild Cats-, Gil Domb, Elizabeth Green, James McQuinlan
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Gaiam - Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: April 5, 2011
  • Run Time: 186 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004JR3OQ2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,350 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Explore the fascinating world of nature s wild cats lions, tigers, cougars and more. Observe their behaviors in both the wild and in captured settings all while fighting for their survival. Four mind-blowing specials give viewers a close up look at these majestic creatures.

186 MIN (4 episodes, approx. 47 minutes each)

Episode: World of Lions
Run Time: 47:33
Producer names: Michael Rosenberg & Gil DombProduction Year: 1994
Synopsis: Over the course of one year this program follows a family of Lions in Tanzania to observe their behaviors.

Episode: World of Tigers
Run Time: 47:35
Production Year: 1995
Synopsis: Explores the world of Tigers, their behaviors and way of life in both the wild and in captured settings. Also explores the current threat to their survival as a species and how Asian medicine has created high demand for Tiger poaching.

Episode: World of Cougars
Run Time: 47:46
Production Year: 1990

Synopsis: Filmmaker Jim Dutcher along with a team of scientists study a pregnant Cougar who gives birth to cubs and raises them over the course of two years in a protected natural environment. The program also explores this majestic animal and the human threat to its survival. Program 4 Wild Cats:
Wild Cats
(1) Production Year - 2009
(2) Producer (or Director) Name - Max Serio
(3) Runtime - 42:47

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The video was Excellent!!
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This title called [Wild African Cats]; is misleading because; South America, India, Scotland, and Siberia are not in Africa, and neither were those featured cats.
Buddy Love
My wife loves to watch the cats although she refuses to own a kitten.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By D. Kissner on August 16, 2011
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Ok!! I got all worked up. I know, I read the 'teaser' before buying the dvd, it didn't really say anything. I kept hoping. When the Disc arrived, I ripped into it, popped it into the Disc player, and watched, waited (patiently) while the disc kept playing on & on & on. NO CHEETAH'S!!! Why in the Heck do they have the MOST BEAUTIFUL picture of a Mommy Cheetah with her baby (cubs, kittens?) Cheetah's on the cover of this disc, with NO CHEETAH'S INSIDE!?? I was dashed!! After all, Cheetah's are my most favorite animal in the world. The video was Excellent!! But, the people putting it all together did a very mean thing!! (I call it False Advertising!) Putting Cheetah's on the cover, having NO intentions of putting them in the video, at all!!
Meanies!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Buddy Love on April 16, 2012
This documentary is called Wild African Cats, but the very first cat they feature is an Ocelot from the South American jungles. Has the entire landmass of our planet merged together, to be renamed Africa? They only used the term African, as a convenient catch-phrase, without regard to the location of these cats. The second cat they highlight is the Fishing Cat of India. The 3rd cat they focus on is the Snow Leopard, of the Himalayan mountains of India. The fourth cat they emphasize is finally, the African leopard, and each cat they draw attention to so far, they give it 3 minutes or less of air-time. The 5th cat is featured in a dark shadowy setting, and is thought to be an escaped African leopard who attacked someone in Britain. The 6th cat they showcased was the Indian Bengal Tiger. The 7th cat on display was the Siberian Tiger of Russia.

The 8th cat was the Scottish Wild Cat of Scotland. The 9th cat was finally the African Cheetah, this solitary cat was featured running and on display for under 3 min. The 10th cat was the African Serval Cat in Ngorongoro. The 11th cat presented is the Jaguar of South America. The 12th and 13th cats were the North American Lynx and Bob Cat. The 14th cat shown is the Caracal of Africa. The 15th cat exhibited for a few minutes is the African Lion. The 16th cat that aired for just a few seconds, was the Indian Lion which is a completely different sub-species from the larger African Lion. The 17th cat exposed was the Mountain Lion of North America, in which they devote over 47: minutes to a film called: [World of the Cougar, Ghost of the Rockies] of this supposed Wild African Cat profile.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jackie:-) on April 10, 2012
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I watched it over several times I love nature at its best and this film is at its best .
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If you love cats of all sizes, this dvd is for you! Wonderful photography; you feel like you are right there up close with the cats!
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